A Practical Study on Teaching of Community Hosted Bilingual Popular Science Course

Xinleer Li, Xiaozhe Liu, Lina She


The community hosted projects play an important part in community service. Among its various offerings, the community hosted popular science course has gained great love by both students and parents due to its interest and practicality. Drawing from practical experience, this study explores the teaching of community hosted bilingual popular science course. Based on the characteristics of the service objects and the requirements of hosted courses, it analyzes feasible teaching methods in combination with practical samples, so as to increase students' scientific knowledge reserve, improve their English proficiency, hone their skills in telling Chinese stories in English, and make community hosted courses more interesting and meaningful.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/selt.v12n2p95


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