A Brief Talk on Chinglish from the Level of Teaching Methods

Song Siyu, Zhou Jing (Instructor)


China has been promoting English teaching activities since the 1960s with the goal of cultivating a global perspective and proficiency among the younger generation. Despite decades of teaching, issues such as the inconsistent use of British and American pronunciation and the incorrect use of tenses in Chinese English persist and have not seen improvement. This paper delves into a comprehensive study from the perspective of the differences between English teaching in China and foreign countries, specifically exploring the relationship between Chinese English and educational methods while analyzing the underlying logic and differences in Chinese and Western English teaching methods. This paper starts with the scientific laws of language acquisition and aims to provide practical solutions to address Chinese English problems and other language-related issues, and offers valuable insights into the innovation and development of Chinese English teaching in the future.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/eltls.v5n2p200


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