Follow-up Course Construction of College English Based on Vocational Applied Ability
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The vocational characteristics of higher vocational education determine the importance of English applied teaching. Vocational competence-oriented English curriculum reform should not only strengthen the construction of Vocational English teaching curriculum, but also reform the traditional teaching mode. College English teaching requires the cultivation of students' basic language competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and translation, the cultivation of students' language output ability, the adaptation of English teaching reform needs, and the promotion of English teaching quality. In the theory of foreign language teaching, listening and reading represent a process of obtaining English information from the outside. This paper explores the application of vocational English and the humanities quality through the definition of teaching objectives, the introduction of project-based teaching mode and the reform process evaluation model. Thoughts and suggestions for the path of reform of the English curriculum in the demonstration colleges.
Vocational Application, College English, Follow-up Course Construction