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Volume 9, Issue 3, May 2020, Page: 64-72
The Further Study of the Blended Learning Model of the Video-aural-oral Course-the Combination of Web-based Learning, Flipped Classroom and Face-to-Face Instruction
Xiaomei Liu, School of Humanities and Law, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
Lindong Zhang, School of Humanities and Law, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
Shufang Zhang, School of Humanities and Law, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
Yingtao Tian, School of Humanities and Law, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
Received: Apr. 22, 2020;       Accepted: May 18, 2020;       Published: May 27, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.edu.20200903.12      View  197      Downloads  151
Abstract
The teaching model of blended learning with flipped classroom has been prevalent in China in recent years, but the empirical study in this regard is relatively less. On the basis of related theories, the innovative type of blended learning, which was a combination of mobile terminal learning, web-based autonomous learning, flipped classroom and face-to-face instruction, was designed. The purpose of this study was to enhance students’ autonomy in their e-learning, to raise the efficiency of the face-to-face instruction of the video-aural-oral course and to improve students’ listening and speaking ability. The new teaching model was tested on 156 non-English majors in Grade 2017 in Beijing University of Chemical Technology for two terms. The correlation coefficient of the scores of the web-based autonomous learning and the scores of the objective listening in the final exams was made. The criterion of the dynamic assessment of the oral test was designed. The different forms of the oral tests, which were assessed on the mobile terminal, by the peer and by the teacher, were adopted. The learning outcomes were collected and analyzed to verify the effect of this teaching model. The results show that most of the subjects did the web-based autonomous learning earnestly. The subjects’ listening and oral ability improved. In this study, the teacher’s leading role was manifested in all aspects of teaching: carefully designing the teaching content of the flipped class, raising the efficiency of the face-to-face instruction of the video-aural-oral class, closely tracking the subjects’ learning processes online and providing them with timely, personalized online and offline guidance. The students’ principal part was manifested in the interaction with the resources, motivated autonomous learning, learning before class, peer study, teamwork and self-reflection. All of these are the key elements in this teaching model. The conclusion has important reference significance on the research of blended learning.
Keywords
Mobile Terminal Learning, Web-based Autonomous Learning, Flipped Classroom, Face-to-Face Instruction, Blended Learning
To cite this article
Xiaomei Liu, Lindong Zhang, Shufang Zhang, Yingtao Tian, The Further Study of the Blended Learning Model of the Video-aural-oral Course-the Combination of Web-based Learning, Flipped Classroom and Face-to-Face Instruction, Education Journal. Vol. 9, No. 3, 2020, pp. 64-72. doi: 10.11648/j.edu.20200903.12
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