Effects of Bilingual Videos in National Innovation Project in College English Listening Teaching Under the Influences of Multi-modal Theory
Keywords:Multi-modal, Listening comprehension, Empirical study, Subtitles.
Multi-modal discourse refers to the phenomenon of using multiple senses such as auditory, visual, and tactile senses to communicate through multiple means and symbolic resources such as language, images, sounds, and actions. This paper reviews the theory of multi-modal discourse and studies the application of multi-modal discourse in English teaching at home and abroad, and conducts an empirical study of a new university English listening teaching mode in a multi-modal context by using comparative analysis method, taking Y University as an example. Secondly, through comparative analysis, one control group and four experimental groups were set up , the relevant materials of this experiment are all from the impression Yue platform, and video, audio, Chinese subtitles and English subtitles were used as variables, and through analyzing the experimental results, it was found that the reasonable use of multi-modal combinations can significantly improve students’ listening comprehension, and the use of audio-visual combinations and English subtitles is more beneficial to students’ listening The experimental results showed that the use of multi-modal combinations can significantly improve students’ listening comprehension, and the use of audio-visual combinations and English subtitles is more beneficial to students' listening comprehension.
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