School of Foreign Languages, Chengdu Neusoft University, Dujiangyan, China
This paper investigates multimodal vocabulary teaching based on the Outcome Based Education (OBE) concept. Throughout the research process, the OBE concept provides the overall framework, while multimodality serves as a specific teaching approach. Vocabulary teaching in the comprehensive English course offers research content and specific examples for this paper. The OBE concept, which emphasizes outcome-oriented education, imposes new requirements on curriculum design, teaching objectives, and educational outcomes. The comprehensive English course integrates various modes and media, implementing diversified and flexible teaching. Vocabulary teaching, as the core of the comprehensive English course, becomes an important case study in this paper.
OBE Teaching Concept, Multimodal Theory, Vocabulary Teaching, Comprehensive English Course
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