Research on the Construction of Academic English “Golden Course” under the Collaborative Task Based Teaching Model
Keywords:Collaborative Task Teaching, Academic English, Golden Course.
The collaborative task based teaching model is a teaching optimization model based on constructivist learning theory. Through this model, learners can be placed in a dominant position in classroom teaching, which can not only improve teachers' teaching organization ability, but also it will improve the learning atmosphere in the classroom, especially enhancing students' autonomy, enthusiasm, and ability to acquire knowledge through multiple channels, in order to achieve the best learning outcomes and high level competence, which accords with the criterion of “Golden Course”.
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