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Abstract

The study delves into the online teaching practice that uses “Rain Classroom” for the school-based curriculum of college English and explored whether such a teaching mode can arouse students’ interests in learning, and enhance their learning effect and satisfaction by means of a questionnaire survey and semi-structured interviews to collect feedback from students of art or physical education majors on the effectiveness of Rain Classroom-based teaching for quantitative and qualitative analysis. The collected data indicates that this teaching mode was greatly accepted by these students, who showed strong interests in learning, but as they were not disciplined much in their studies, their learning effect was not significant. Therefore, this paper concluded therefore that we should integrate such smart teaching modes as Rain Classroom with traditional classroom teaching styles to tap the benefits of blended learning which features the combination of information technology (IT) with foreign language teaching.

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.19873/j.cnki.2096-0212.2022.01.010

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