Adaptive Learning Mode of a Multimedia-based "English Literature" Learning System

Jie Mei, Yanhong Guo, Xiaokun Li

Abstract


In this paper, a multimedia-based English pronunciation learning system was designed. On this basis, a self-adaptive learning mode which consists of the teaching mode and the independent learning mode was proposed. The self-adaptive teaching model uses corpus technology and covers the exploratory “3I” (Illustration-Interaction-Induction) teaching model, thereby changing the traditional teaching pattern of “spoon-feeding”; when it comes to the independent learning mode, the self-adaptive system can automatically set corresponding learning tasks according to the learning situation of students, to improve the autonomy and differences of students’ self-learning. At the same time, the approach of comparative teaching was especially adopted to test the validity of this system and the learning mode. Specifically, the exquisite course of “English Literature” for students of Grade 2015 majoring in English was selected as the experimental group, to compare with the learning situation of their counterparts of Grade 2014 in the last year. The results show that the learning mode is remarkable in its teaching practicality, could bring a significant effect on improving teaching efficiency and students’ independent learning ability, and enjoys a high research value and a promising application prospect.

Keywords


Multimedia English teaching, corpus, self-adaptive learning, teaching application

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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