A Study on the Construction of a Multi-Level Autonomous Learning Mode in College English Teaching

Xiaoxin CHEN, Xiao SHANG


This article probes into the construction of a multi-level autonomous learning mode in the light of the problems existing in the college English teaching in China. A tentative study has been conducted to facilitate students’ personalized learning and autonomous learning by the establishment and operation of this learning mode, and the principles of guiding autonomous learning, emphasizing responsive interaction, advocating collaborative constructivism and manifesting humanistic atmosphere are also elaborated on for reference.


Multi-level; Autonomous learning; Teaching mode

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