A Teaching Model for College Learners of Japanese Based on Online Learning
Online learning has not been fully implemented by college Japanese teach-ers, due to the lack of supports from intelligent technology and the poor de-cision-making of college management. This paper attempts to develop a teaching model that effectively integrates online learning to enhance the learning ability of Japanese among college students. To begin with, the au-thors summarized the status quo, impacts, and problems of online learning among Japanese learners in colleges. Through expert survey and literature review, an index system was established to measure the online learning abil-ity of Japanese among college students. The weight of each index was de-termined by analytic hierarchy process (AHP). Based on index system, a grey relational analysis (GRA) model was set up to evaluate the online learn-ing ability of Japanese among college students. The research results provide a good reference for the online learning of other language majors.
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