On the Fairness of Chinese College Classroom English Teaching

Guoqiang HAO

Abstract


Higher education equality attracts more and more attention, but the fairness in the college English classroom teaching is neglected. Uniformity of large class teaching, the unified curriculum system, the single evaluation method result in unfairness in all aspects of teaching. Hierarchical teaching, need-based teaching, evaluation reform of College English Test 4 and 6 can promote the fairness in college English teaching.

 


Keywords


Higher education; Education equality; Classroom teaching; College English

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

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