Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Life
Open Access
Sign In

Research on SPOC as a Teaching Model for English Elective Course in Medical Colleges

Download as PDF

DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2023.071606 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 195

Author(s)

Zixun Yu 1, Dandan Zhao 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Foreign Language Teaching Department, Changchun University of Chinese Medicine, Changchun, Jilin, 130000, China

Corresponding Author

Zixun Yu

ABSTRACT

College English elective courses have improved the college English teaching system and played an important role in improving students' English proficiency. Some teachers and experts and scholars have also begun to realize that it has some shortcomings: a single form, inability to mobilize student participation, less interaction, and no significant improvement in teaching quality. Teachers can fully utilize SPOC teaching methods and provide students with a large amount of online resources for independent learning outside of class. Only in this way can abstract and dull learning content be transformed into vivid and vivid effective information, while also creating a relaxed and authentic English language environment for students, improving teaching efficiency.

KEYWORDS

SPOC, English Elective Course

CITE THIS PAPER

Zixun Yu, Dandan Zhao, Research on SPOC as a Teaching Model for English Elective Course in Medical Colleges. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2023) Vol. 7: 47-51. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aetp.2023.071606.

REFERENCES

[1] Yun Wei, Zhu Jing. Practical Reform of SPOC Based College English Task Based Teaching Model in the Era of Big Data. Modern Vocational Education, 2020 (27): 194-195 
[2] Zheng Wei. Exploring the Task Based Teaching Model of College English in the Context of Blended Learning. Writers' World, 2019 (22): 30, 32
[3] Sang Xinmin. Cold Thinking in the MOOCs craze. China Higher Education Research, 2014 (6): 5-10
[4] Zheng Qi, Yang Zhuyun. SPOC: Integrating Innovation with Higher Education Teaching. Physics and Engineering, 2014 (1): 15-18
[5] Yang Zhuyun, Zheng Qi. Preliminary Exploration of Online Education Models by MOOC et al. Technology and Publishing, 2014 (2): 9-12
[6] Li Hongmei, Lu Guodong, Zhang Jianping. Exploration of New Teaching Models in Higher Education Institutions in the Post MOOC Era. Research on Higher Engineering Education, 2014 (6): 58-67
[7] Wang Haoliang, Zhang Chunlai. Construction and Application of Integrating MOOC and Bloom Education Theory Teaching Model. Maritime Education Research, 2018 (1): 37-47 
[8] Zhang Donghui, Zhu Xiaoming. Experimental Teaching of Computer Software Courses Based on SPOC and Multimedia Network Classroom. Experimental Technology and Management, 2017 (8): 195-205 
[9] Liu Chunyan, Li Dan, Zhang Baoren, Hu Xiaoling. Systematic evaluation and meta-analysis of the effectiveness of flipped classroom teaching in POPC. Open Education Research, 2019 (2): 82-91
[10] Tao Haizhu. Discussion on the Design of MOOC+SPOC Mixed Teaching Mode. Adult Education, 2018 (5): 21-25
[11] Dewey, J. Democracy and Education. People’s Education Press, 1900. 
[12] Sujanta Kazemanzadeh. Distributed System Integrating Virtual Reality Technology in English Teaching. Distributed Processing System (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 1: 62-70.

All published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2016 - 2031 Clausius Scientific Press Inc. All Rights Reserved.