A Talk About Oral English Teaching Problems and Solutions

5798 WordsFeb 22, 201224 Pages
Contents Introduction 1 Theoretical Framework 2 1.1 The requirements of the New English Curriculum Standard 3 1.2 Foreign language methodologies 4 1.3 The second language acquisition 5 1.4 Motivations for junior students’ English learning 5 2. Causes of the problems 6 2.1 Students’ factors in their oral English learning 6 2.1.1 Linguistic factors that influence students’ oral English learning 7 Weak basic language knowledge of the students 7 Language itself 7 2.1.2 Non-linguistic factors that influence students’ oral English learning 8 The lack of cultural background knowledge 8 The lack of language environment 8 Few opportunities to…show more content…
The third one is the objective reason, for example, the non-English environment, the different culture between China and western countries. This paper will only focus on the problems existing in spoken English teaching in High school and suggests some teaching strategies to deal with these problems to help improve students’ spoken English and communicative competence. Theoretical Framework 1 1.1 The requirements of the New English Curriculum Standard The overall aim of the New English Curriculum Standard is to develop students’ overall language ability. Such abilities are grounded in the development of language skills, language knowledge, affects, cultural awareness and learning strategies. Language skills contain listening, speaking, reading and writing. And the requirements of speaking skills in junior high school advocate what students can do in the speaking process as following listed: the third level requires students can tell some simple and short stories. The fourth level requires students can use simple words to describe his own or others’ experiences with the teacher’s help. And the fifth level requires students can exchange ideas and complete tasks corporately.( New English Curriculum Standard,2001). It has six designing principles: Firstly, it aims for educating all students, and emphasizes quality-oriented education. Secondly, it promotes learner-centeredness, and respects individual differences. Thirdly, it develops
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