Research on College English Education From the Perspective of Culturally Responsive Teaching

Mingjie BAO

Abstract


Culture and language are inseparable. Language is the carrier of culture, and culture is merged with language. At present, college English education has mostly neglected the cultural elements in terms of setting teaching goal, content and method. This paper mainly explores the effective education of college English from the perspective of culturally responsive teaching. It focuses on cultural responses by deeply digging into cultural connotations, paying attention to the output of native culture, and innovating teaching methods, which enables English teaching to have semantic and pragmatics education value, as well as the value of cultural education.


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Culturally responsive teaching; College English; Teaching strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10929

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