Research on English Autonomous Learning Ability Training of Vocational Students
At present, Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools projects are increasing, but students’ English comprehensive ability in the projects fail to meet the demand. Especially the students’ initiative, such as learning motivation, learning effectiveness, and learning methods and so on, can’t be fully used to improve their English learning ability. Therefore, this paper studies the status quo of these projects, makes investigation and analysis on the problems in the process, establishes related mathematical model and analyzes through mathematical statistics law to improve students’ English proficiency, in order to provide reasonable methods to improve students’ English autonomous learning, and to further improve the developing capacity of the Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools.
KeywordsChinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools English ability Independent study
The research was funded by the research projects of Zhejiang Provincial Education Department. The special item is vocational college students’ autonomous learning ability under internationalization culture—Taking English Ability for example (No. Y201122461).
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