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Overview of China English Teaching Research Based on China Daily

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DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2023.060806 | Downloads: 2 | Views: 109


Jingyi Cao 1


1 Department of General Education, Suzhou Vocational Health College, Kehua Street, Suzhou, China

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Jingyi Cao


Given the lack of Chinese culture in the current English textbooks of higher vocational colleges in China, China English teaching based on China Daily news reading is a necessary supplement to the English classroom of higher vocational colleges. This paper verifies the benefits of integrating China Daily news reading into higher vocational English teaching through one academic year teaching practice. It not only cultivates students to care about current events, but also enables them to master the English expressions of socialist politics, economy with Chinese characteristics and Chinese culture-loaded words. It enables students to better master and apply cross-cultural communicative knowledge and become better messengers to introduce China's stories to the world with cultural confidence and sensitivity to cultural differences.


China English, higher vocational college, English teaching, China Daily


Jingyi Cao, Overview of China English Teaching Research Based on China Daily. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2023) Vol. 6: 42-48. DOI:


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