A Study on English Translation Teaching Based on Flipping

Wenwen MAO, Yuying LI


The “flipped classroom”, a new teaching mode, has come into being with the emergence of “students-centered” teaching conception, the development of educational information and the disadvantages of traditional classroom. It reverses the traditional teaching structure and actively practices the humanized teaching concept by making micro teaching videos and other ways, which plays an important role in the development of translation teaching for English major. This paper mainly expounds the specific application of flipped classroom in the translation teaching for English major, in order to provide some references for the optimization of English translation teaching.


Flipped classroom; Micro teaching videos; Translation teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11744


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