The Construction and Application of a Personalized Teaching Space in Mobile English
Keywords:Internet, personalization, English teaching
This paper designs the construction dimension of College English individualized teaching space, and constructs its system architecture combining with the requirements of teaching and learning cloud space. Secondly, it expounds the four application strategies of learning cloud space in College English Teaching: individualized spatial dynamic allocation strategy, self-taught strategy under the support of experience, and based on the ubiquitous environment. Fragmented learning strategy and language learning oriented interactive dialogue strategy; finally, it introduces three application patterns in College English Teaching in the light of learning cloud space: overturning, subject inquiry learning and mixed teaching, and verifying the use effect of cloud space through case studies. The results show that customized learning cloud space and its application can improve the efficiency of College English teaching and promote students'mastery of English application skills.
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