School of Foreign Language, Changsha Normal University, Hunan Changsha 410100,China
Corresponding author e-mail:[email protected]
The development and cultivation mechanism of College English teachers are very prominent, Under the strategic deployment of the State Council’s request for the transformation of undergraduate universities to application-oriented universities and from the requirement of the Ministry of Education’s speeding up the revitalization, improving the quality of undergraduate education, eliminating “water courses” and creating “MOOCs”. The teaching of College English lexicogrammar has become a major obstacle for College English teachers. The author constructs the teaching model of College English lexicogrammar chunks from three branches of Cognitive Linguistics: Prototype Category Theory, Conceptual Metaphor Theory and Image Schema Theory, and applies the cognitive teaching model to the specific teaching practice of lexicogrammar chunks, so as to promote the development of lexicogrammar chunks teaching ability and practical cultivation mechanism for College English teachers.
MOOCs, lexicogrammar chunks,cognitive teaching model and practice,cultivation mechanism
Yilong Chen. Research on the Cognitive Teaching Development Ability of Lexico-grammar Chunks MOOCs and Practical Cultivation Mechanism of College English Teachers under the Transformation Background of Newly-rebuilt Universities. International Journal of Frontiers in Engineering Technology (2020), Vol. 2, Issue 1: 50-60. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFET.2020.020105.
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