The Application of Autonomous-Cooperative Learning in Senior High School English Writing Teaching

Pan DONG, Dezhi WANG

Abstract


With the implementation of the new curriculum reform, it has become one of our teaching objectives to stimulate and cultivate students’ interest in English writing. If students like to learn English, they can establish self-confidence, develop good learning habits and effective learning strategies, and then develop the ability of autonomous learning and cooperative spirit. As an advanced teaching method, autonomous-cooperative learning model is gradually widely used in the student-centered teaching practice, which is an important breakthrough and supplement to the traditional teaching mode. Among the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, English writing has always been a weak part in students’ English learning.
This paper tries to combine the autonomous-cooperative learning mode with English writing teaching in senior high school. Through stimulating students’ interest in autonomous learning and actively carrying out group discussion, cooperative learning can be carried out so that students can master effective writing strategies and improve English writing.


Keywords


Senior High School English; Writing teaching; Autonomous-cooperative learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11837

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