On the Problems of Bilingual Teaching ---- In Perspective of a Teacher

Peng Gao


As lots of colleges and universities are engaged in discussing whether a subject should perform bilingual teaching or not, the bilingual class encounters unexpected confusions. For example, why should we have bilingual classes? Why is this class bilingual? What textbooks should bilingual classes use? And how does the bilingual teaching perform? Aiming at these questions, author puts advance several suggestions in this paper for further discussion based on her experiences in bilingual teaching.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v4n12p50

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