Yulin University, Yulin, 718000, China
The word "visualization" originates from the English word "visual", which means "visual and intuitive". Generally speaking, visualization is the method by which we can transform abstract things into directly observable graphics and images. In teaching, especially in reading teaching, the use of thinking visualization tools is very helpful to realize the ordering of disordered knowledge and the concretization of abstract knowledge. It can not only improve students' interest in learning, make classroom knowledge more specific, but also improve teaching efficiency and optimize teaching effect.
Thinking Visualization Tool; Reading Teaching; Teaching Strategies
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