Dongmei Meng and Chunming Meng
School of Foreign Languages, East China Jiaotong University / Research Center for Applied Translation of Transportation and Engineering, Nanchang, Jiangxi 330013, China
With the rapid development of modern educational technology, corpus with the concept and technical features of big data has played an important role in the field of language teaching and research. The study investigates the use of corpus resources in teaching English program language and introduces the concepts and function of academic formula, outlines the research on language teaching using corpus, analyzes the types of corpus, and gives an overview of the common corpus resources for teaching English in college. The study outlines the research on language teaching using corpus, analyzes the types of corpus and gives the common corpus resources for teaching English in university.
Academic Formula, Corpus-Based, Postgraduate Teaching
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