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International Journal of New Developments in Education, 2023, 5(26); doi: 10.25236/IJNDE.2023.052626.

Integrated Teaching Model of the Course Nobel Prize-Winning Author's Selected Reading under the Guidance of the Production-Oriented Approach


Qiannan Lu

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Qiannan Lu

School of Foreign Languages, Xianda College of Economics and Humanities, Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai, 200083, China


The blended learning model, integrating online and offline classrooms, has reached its peak in the post-pandemic era. The reform of the Nobel Prize-winning Author's Selected Reading Course began in the global context of the 2020 pandemic. After exploring traditional lecture-style and online teaching as individual models, it was concluded that the hybrid teaching model centered around the Production-Oriented Approach (POA) exhibited superiority. With the support of diverse information technologies, transformative teaching methods and approaches were employed. Teaching design and practice were structured around three key aspects: context-driven, task-facilitated, and multi-dimensional assessment. Utilizing a diverse assessment mechanism that combines formative and summative evaluation, the interconnected stages of output, input, and assessment were meticulously aligned. This innovative approach breaks away from traditional teaching methods, effectively cultivating a new classroom model aimed at nurturing versatile, application-oriented, and interdisciplinary talents.


Production-Oriented Approach; Nobel Prize-Winning Author's Selected Reading; Blended Learning

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Qiannan Lu. Integrated Teaching Model of the Course Nobel Prize-Winning Author's Selected Reading under the Guidance of the Production-Oriented Approach. International Journal of New Developments in Education (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 26: 148-153. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDE.2023.052626.


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