The Necessity of the Role Change for English Teachers in China’s Junior High Schools

Na WEI

Abstract


In any language classroom, the whole process of management and organization is quite important and critical for language teachers. With the development of the society, the traditional role of Chinese language teachers has been being under great controversy. This paper is going to analyze the middle school students’ learning characteristics and the present roles teachers are playing, emphasizing the necessity of the role change for English teachers in China’s junior high schools. It is hoped that this discussion will contribute to further studies in this area.


Keywords


Junior high school teachers; Role change; Characters

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8224

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