Task-Based Flipped Classroom in Chinese College EFL Teaching: An Empirical Study in Oral English Course

Sumin Wang, Changjiang Liu


As a new teaching model, the flipped classroom inverts the sequence of imparting knowledge and internalizing knowledge. On the basis of flipped classroom concept and previous empirical research, the present study is intended to construct task-based college EFL flipped classroom model and put it into Chinese college oral English teaching practice. The design of the study involves contrastive experiments, questionnaires and in-depth interview. The results suggest that the task-based flipped classroom teaching model has a remarkably better effect on boosting students’ communicative competence of English.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijce.v1i1.3086


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International Journal of Contemporary Education

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