Employment-oriented Knowledge Reconstruction of English Teachers in Higher Vocational Colleges
- 10.2991/icsshe-15.2015.118How to use a DOI?
- higher vocational colleges, college english teachers, knowledge structure reconstruction
With the in-depth development of domestic economy and the increasing international communication, foreign language learners are provided with more space and opportunities to perform their knowledge and skills, which also enables domestic English teacher to face a deep reform and further development opportunities. With development and opportunities coexisting at the same time, higher vocational college English teaching has caused a universal attention of society, education departments and English teachers. The goal to cultivate talents of higher vocational education taking the employment as the guidance makes it become inevitable to reconstruct knowledge become in knowledge structure for the college English teachers. In the process of knowledge reconstruction of English teachers in higher vocational colleges, some of the higher vocational colleges carry out the goal slowly and passively. Different majors require student to possess different English skills, so, there still exist problems such as difficulty in knowledge reconstruction and low enthusiasm of teachers. In terms of the problems, this paper puts forward some methods to effectively reconstruct the knowledge systems of teachers, including attention of leaders, partial reconstruction, major penetration and coordination and distribution of responsibilities
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TY - CONF AU - Hongbin Li PY - 2015/12 DA - 2015/12 TI - Employment-oriented Knowledge Reconstruction of English Teachers in Higher Vocational Colleges BT - Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Social Science and Higher Education PB - Atlantis Press SP - 469 EP - 471 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsshe-15.2015.118 DO - 10.2991/icsshe-15.2015.118 ID - Li2015/12 ER -