Research on the Application of the Non-directive Teaching in College Oral English Instruction in Micro-media Context
Journal of Literature and Art Studies
With the continuous Promotion of the Belt and Road Initiative in China, the requirements for oral English competence of college graduates have been becoming increasingly important. However, the oral English instruction of many colleges still lacks interaction and most students have few opportunities to speak English in class. In order to enhance the effectiveness of English teaching, this paper aims to introduce Non-directive Teaching Theory of Rogers, an American humanistic psychologist, and
... psychologist, and micro-media environment and create a better dynamic and interactive classroom atmosphere and authentic environment to speak English through group discussion, English debate, and situation learning and so on. Keywords: Non-directive Teaching Theory, college oral English, application assess their group member's performance according to the scoring criteria as well. Feedback was given promptly. After the assessment, students were informed how they had performed immediately. This process enables them to learn from each other. Conclusion Non-directive teaching in micro-media context has changed the traditional teaching mode. These internships and the real environment may well provide students with more opportunities to practice and apply oral English quite often. Although leading us into a brand new era, the use of non-directive teaching in college oral English and what effects it will cause in the end will take time to test. It's necessary to consider teaching syllabus, students' learning attitudes, and teachers' level, then further give the feedback through this mode. Only the integration of constant testing, responses and feedback, summing up and assessment, the ultimate goals of college oral English instruction can be better achieved.