Application of Interactive Teaching Approach to Oral English Teaching in Junior Middle Schools

Xiaojing FAN

Abstract


There is no denying that the traditional teacher-centered teaching pattern is the main oral teaching approach of our country. We spend much time on it but with low efficiency. However, with the further reform of the new curriculum system, students are required to improve their oral English to a higher level. Under such circumstances, the teacher-centered teaching pattern shows more and more disadvantages. The interactive teaching approach originate from the communicative language teaching focusing on equally communication through interaction among teachers and students, students and students, students and materials in order to arouse their initiative and exploration. The study aims to investigate students’attitudes towards interactive activities on oral English learning, and the effects of interactive theory for oral English teaching.


Keywords


Interaction; Interactive Teaching Approach; Oral English teaching in junior middle school

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11315

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