A Study on Cultivating Autonomous Learning Ability in English Classroom Teaching in Junior Middle School

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32629/rerr.v1i1.54

Mingxian Tan, Jing Xu


With the development of society and science, English is playing an extremely important role. However, having been affected by the exam-oriented education, the English classroom teaching in junior middle school remains some problems. Such as the Grammar Translation Method leads students to learn English passively and their learning efficiency to become lower. This thesis mainly explores the significance and functions of cultivating students’ autonomous learning ability on the basis of analyzing the current situation of the English classroom teaching in junior middle school. Then it exposes the features and weaknesses of the traditional teaching method. And finally, it puts forward some effective strategies for teachers to cultivate junior middle school students’ autonomous learning ability.


English learning; junior middle school English classroom teaching; autonomous learning ability;


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