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An Innovative Application of Task-based Language Teaching Based on Flipped Classroom Concept

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2020.41016 | Downloads: 17 | Views: 1151

Author(s)

Shanbo Song 1

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1 Jilin Engineering Normal University

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Shanbo Song

ABSTRACT

In recent years, the rise of the innovative teaching mode in the flipped classroom has attracted the attention of people. This teaching mode is not contradictory to some other teaching methods and it can be perfectly integrated with the task-based language teaching through the author's innovation. Adopting the concept of the flipped classroom, teacher carefully prepares tasks and distributes them to students, the students complete various tasks according to the teacher's guidance before class and give feedback to the teacher. It can release teachers' class time, help students answer questions; improve classroom teaching flexibility and teaching quality. Pre-class learning and classroom interaction will be combined to achieve better educational results. Therefore, to some extent, it solves the problems existing in English education in our country, and provides some reference for our country's English teaching model.

KEYWORDS

Flipped classroom, task-based language teaching, Innovative applications

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Shanbo Song, An Innovative Application of Task-based Language Teaching Based on Flipped Classroom Concept. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2020) 4: 110-115. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aetp.2020.41016.

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