Guangxi University of Foreign Languages, Nanning, China
Taking Guangxi University of Foreign Languages as an example, this paper introduces the model of blended learning in the course of English Teaching Methodology and then conducts an investigation on the application of this learning model through questionnaires and interviews, aiming to explore the specific implementation effects of blended learning. The main results are as follows: (1)Most students hold a favor to this blended learning model, as they believe that this learning model can largely meet their learning expectations and needs; (2) This blended learning model has an effective impact on most students’ learning cognition, learning emotion and learning behaviour; (3) A majority of the students agree that the scaffolding from teachers, online platforms or media in the blended learning model are of great help, and the teaching interaction is meaningful. What’s more, the achievement of the course’s teaching objectives is satisfactory. Although some deficiencies still exist, positive implementation effects of blended learning in the course of English Teaching Methodology have been found, in the hope of providing enlightenment for blended learning researchers and teachers.
blended learning; English Teaching Methodology; investigation
Yaojing Xie. Investigation on the Application of Blended Learning in the Course of English Teaching Methodology. Frontiers in Educational Research (2023) Vol. 6, Issue 21: 45-52. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2023.062108.
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