NingboTech University, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
With the development of New Liberal Arts Education, more attention is paid to the construction of grassroots teaching organizations of English major, which lays a solid foundation for the cultivation of practical and skilled talents. This paper focuses on four aspects: cross-cultural communication ability, interdisciplinary teaching ability, ability to spreading Chinese culture and values in English, and the ability to master new technologies and apply them to teaching practice. Through analyzing these four aspects, this paper provides suggestions for the construction of English major grassroots teaching organizations under the context of New Liberal Arts Education.
Grassroot Teaching Organization, New Liberal Arts Education, New Technology
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