Education Quarterly Reviews
Published: 25 August 2023
A Survey Study of a Catechism Course in Academic English Writing
Jiangyu Chen, Huijia Shen, Shuhang Hu
Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics
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Keywords: Catechism, Academic English Writing, MOOCs, Online Education
This article conducted an investigation on the data associated with the academic English writing course offered through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). This article was to gain initial insights into the development of the course. Employing a case study methodology. This article conducted a sample survey to evaluate students' perceptions of the course. Building upon these findings. This article undertook a comprehensive literature review and integrated the proposed teaching ideas of several experts to develop a MOOC teaching model for academic English writing. This article optimizes teaching strategies and enhances education and training programs across three key dimensions: universities, teachers and students, and the platform. By doing so, the overall quality of academic English writing instruction could be significantly improved.
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