Discussion on the Factors Influencing the Effect of Bilingual Teaching in Chinese Universities and Countermeasures

Jing SUN, Bing XU


Bilingual education is conducive to promoting the teaching reform, cultivating international talents, but the effective of bilingual teaching will be restricted by the level of foreign language, teaching model, teachers’ shortages, foreign information and orientation, and some other factors. Bilingual teaching in China’s colleges and universities should implement the techniques of step by step, and at the same time enhance the training, guidance and encouragement of teachers, correctly handle the relationship between professional teaching and foreign language teaching, use the original teaching material and carry out interactive learning; thus will there be better teaching efficiency.

Key words: Bilingual education; Teaching models; International; Teaching reform


Bilingual education; Teaching models; International; Teaching reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.hess.1927024020120203.1683


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