Jilin Engineer Fan College, Changchun, Jilin 130052, China
With the rapid development of economy and society, The interaction among China and western countries is becoming more and more intensive as well as the substantial opportunities of cultural communication increasing. However, because of the difference of Chinese and western thinking model and the negative transfer caused by chinese on chinese students’English learning, it is very easy for us to encounter the hint of chinglish in chinese students’English writing. This writing aims at cultivating a certain English thinking model of chinese students in English writing which is needed to be used in a real way through Conceptual Fluency Theory in order to get rid of Chinglish writing and enhance students' English comprehensive writing abilities. Conceptual Fluency Theory, knowledge about how the target language reflects or encodes its concepts on the basis of metaphorical structure and other cognitive mechanisms, should be applied into English classes in which students learn about it to improve their writing skills. Finally, students may write an authentic composition rather than a Chinglish article.
The difference of Chinese and western thinking model; Middle school English writing; Conceptual Fluency
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