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Altemueller, L. and Lindquist, C. (2017) Flipped Classroom Instruction for Inclusive Learning. British Journal of Special Education, 44, 341-358.

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  • TITLE: Research on New Model of Business English Negotiation Talent Cultivation Based on Flipped Classroom Mode

    AUTHORS: Dan Xu

    KEYWORDS: Flipped Classroom, Business English Negotiation, Self-Learning, Negotiation Skills

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Business and Management, Vol.7 No.4, August 9, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The new teaching model of flipping classrooms has been widely used in business English negotiation talents in recent years. With the valuable time in the classroom, students can concentrate more on active project-based learning, jointly study and solve the challenges of localization or globalization and other real world problems, thus gaining a deeper understanding. Teachers no longer occupy classroom time to teach information, which requires students to complete autonomous learning before class. They can watch video lectures, listen to podcasts, read enhanced e-books, and discuss with other students on the Internet, and access the required materials at any time. Teachers can also have more time to communicate with everyone. This model subverts the traditional teaching mode and is loved by teachers and students. Through the application of flipped classroom in business English negotiation course teaching, this paper draws a conclusion that flipped classroom is very helpful to the smooth development of business English negotiation classroom activities and to the improvement of learners’ autonomous learning ability and business negotiation skills in the process of training business English negotiation talents.