An Empirical Study of Blended Teaching Model in University English Teaching

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ABSTRACT

It has been seven years since Education Ministry issued College English Curriculum Trail Requirements. It is of manifest necessity to conduct a survey about the effectiveness application under blended teaching model in common university. This paper adopts consecutive three years’ empirical study of blended teaching model and analyzes the data from both English teachers’ and students’ viewpoint. Then it discovers some problems and proposes corresponding suggestions with the purpose to facilitate the improvement of the English teaching in universities.

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Jiang, S. & Li, D. (2012). An Empirical Study of Blended Teaching Model in University English Teaching. Creative Education, 3, 503-506. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.34076.

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