A Comparative Analysis of English Education Between Chinese and Japanese Universities

Yaoyao ZHANG

Abstract


With the strengthening of the trend of global integration, the world needs more and more bilingual talents. English, as the first common language in the world, is undoubtedly important. Both China and Japan are in Asia, so there are many similarities in education that can be borrowed from each other. This article makes a comparative analysis in Chinese and Japanese college English education from the following three perspectives: educator, educatee and educational influence. In this paper, documentation method, comparison analytic method and logic reasoning are used to study Chinese and Japanese college English education which includes faculty, student source, students’ attitude, instructional objectives and educational evaluation. The result makes a reference to the college English education reform in the future. It also helps to improve the English teaching method and the quality of teaching.


Keywords


China and Japan; College English education; Educator; Educatee; Educational influence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10790

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