A Study on the Blended Learning Model of Public English in Vocational Colleges from the Perspective of New Liberal Arts
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Higher vocational education is also an important place for talent cultivation, and compared to undergraduate colleges, vocational colleges cultivate more specialized talents. With the globalization of the economy and cultural diversity, all majors are gradually aligning with international standards. The traditional public English teaching in vocational colleges mainly focuses on offline teaching, resulting in low learning efficiency and quality for students, which is not conducive to their comprehensive development. To meet the requirements of the connotative development of higher education, in foreign language teaching, each school should combine its own characteristics. In the era of "new humanities", there are significant innovations in teaching tools and concepts. Combining students' cognitive patterns and learning levels, laying a solid foundation for public English learning. In text teaching, vocational English teachers focus on explaining word definitions and labeling language points in online courses, providing help for students to understand long and difficult sentences in the text. Under the new humanities, the construction of interdisciplinary and knowledge fusion oriented new humanities must improve political standing, broaden development horizons, and strive to cultivate composite talents that the country urgently needs in the future, thereby providing new impetus for the new era and development.
New Liberal Arts; Higher vocational education; Public English; Blended learning mode