Highly Efficient English MOOC Teaching Model Based on Frontline Education Analysis
Keywords:MOOC model, English reading, frontline education, effect
The MOOC teaching model is a teaching method emerging with the rapid devel-opment of the Internet, characterized by openness, large scale, interactivity and feedback. However, at present, English is mostly taught in the traditional cram-ming model, which has such problems as fossilized teaching content, small cor-pus, single teaching method and lack of a feedback mechanism. Under this mod-el, students lack the enthusiasm and initiative in English learning. By introducing MOOC, this paper innovates a new teaching model that combines the traditional English teaching model with the MOOC teaching resources. This model proves to be able to increase the classroom efficiency and students’ enthusiasm and awareness of independent learning and also help significantly improve their abili-ties of reading, deep analysis, expression and cooperation. The introduction of the MOOC teaching model is an attempt in English teaching, which is in line with the contemporary education philosophy in this new era.
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