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The Application of Intelligent Classroom in College English Teaching in the Era of “Internet +”

  • Ou-chun OuyangEmail author
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)

Abstract

In the actual teaching process, the application of “Internet +” technology, through the construction of corresponding smart classroom, to continuously improve the overall level of College English education, has a very positive significance for improving the professional ability and professional quality of students. “Internet + Intelligent Teaching” breaks the limitation of traditional teaching environment, makes college English teaching face new development space, brings more innovative characteristics and teaching innovation possibilities. Teachers must constantly learn and improve their own cultural literacy teaching skills, so that they can strongly stimulate students’ innovation consciousness ability, have a comprehensive understanding of students’ spontaneous innovation potential, better stimulate students to generate innovative thinking, and help students to develop the habit of innovative thinking. Taking this as the core, this paper explores the innovative teaching mode of “Internet + Intelligent Teaching” in College English.

Keywords

“Internet +” Wisdom classroom College English Teaching innovation 

Notes

Acknowledgement

Fund Project: This paper is the outcome of the study, Construction and Application of “Teacher-Led and Student-Centered” College English Smart Class Teaching Model, which is supported by the Foundation for Projects on Teaching Reform Research of Jiangxi University of Science and Technology in 2019.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jiangxi University of Science and TechnologyNanchangChina

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