DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1246

Creative English Classroom Teaching Model Considering Brain Cognition Enhancement

Jingfang Wu, Yajun Xie


In order to maximize the students' brain potential in English learning, this paper makes an investigation and analysis of brain-based college English teaching classroom, and proposes an English classroom teaching mode considering brain cognition enhancement method according to the investigation. By means of comprehensive analysis of the application of brain science theory and the teaching of brain science, in combination with the model of literature investigation and questionnaire survey, this paper summarizes the theoretical basis of brain cognitive science and explains its application in college English teaching. This paper puts forward the strategies and suggestions of English classroom innovation based on brain science, so that English teaching classroom can be innovated and transformed according to the laws of brain cognition as much as possible, arouse students' brain activity, and finally realize the better learning of English knowledge. On the one hand, this study provides reference for English classroom teaching based on brain science in colleges and universities, on the other hand, it has guiding significance for the reform of English teaching in colleges and universities.


Brain Cognition, Brain Science, College English Classroom, Questionnaire Survey, Innovative Teaching Mode

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