Critical Thinking Oriented Teaching Reform of Business English Translation

Ying JIANG

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Business English Translation is a major course of Business English. Under the background of “New Liberal Arts”, how to highlight the characteristics of deep integration of language knowledge and business discipline? How to transform traditional language and skill-based courses into critical thinking-oriented courses based on business knowledge? How to change from teacher-centered to student-centered? This paper will discuss the feasibility of cultivating students’ critical thinking in this course from teaching objective, teaching content, teaching method, and teaching assessment.

 


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Business English Translation is a major course of Business English. Under the background of “New Liberal Arts”, how to highlight the characteristics of deep integration of language knowledge and business discipline? How to transform traditional language a

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11258

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