On the Integration of Cultural Knowledge Into College English Teaching

Lihua TAN

Abstract


As a carrier of culture, English is of great cultural contents, and the cultural knowledge should be integrated into college English teaching. The author in this paper attempts to explore the integration of cultural knowledge in vocabulary teaching, listening and writing. Some suggestions on how to integrate cultural knowledge into college English teaching are provided in terms of college English textbooks, English tests and English teachers’ cultural quality.

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College English teaching; Cultural knowledge; Integration

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9829

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