Currently, the multimedia language teaching has gradually entered the university, the old and the young program, and gradually plays a great charm, and gradually influence and change the traditional language teaching. Multimedia is a new technology lived in a simple or synthesized form shown by the text, the graphics, the images, the animation as well as audio, video and other information, which processed through the computer’s software and hardware. I apply this new technology in teaching that’s the multimedia teaching.
University literature teaching Multimedia technology Traditional teaching
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