On China’s English Teaching Reform: From Micro-lesson and MOOCs to Flipped Class

Wenming Zhang, Erwen Zhang

Abstract


This paper aims to find possible ways to reform China’s English teaching with the application of micro-lesson, Moocs and flipped class. Based on the summary of the current studies on micro-lesson, Moocs and flipped class, this paper analyzes the hidden teaching concepts in the three elements, and proposes that in the era of big data, only by the integration and reconstruction of the three elements, can the learning effects of students be greatly improved and the English teaching reform in China be further pushed forward.

Keywords


micro-lesson; Moocs; flipped class; integration and reconstruction; English teaching reform

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