The Necessity of Intensifying English Vocabulary Teaching in the Remote Minority Area College English Teaching

| June 30, 2004
Title
The Necessity of Intensifying English Vocabulary Teaching in the Remote Minority Area College English Teaching

Keywords: remote minority areas vocabulary learning trilingual adult beginners

Authors
Ma Zhan-Xiang
Lingnan University, Hong Kong
naoadamson@hotmail.com

Bio Data
Ma Zhanxiang is president of Inner Mongolia College Foreign Languages Teaching and Research Association and member of China’s Foreign Languages Teaching and Research Association. He is Editor in chief of Foreign Language Teaching and Coaching. He was vice- president of Foreign Languages College of Inner Mongolia Normal University. In addition to more than 20 research papers in linguistics and English teaching, he is the author of 2 English textbooks and co-author of 6 other books. For more than 20 years he has studied minority English education in China with particular emphasis on the Mongolian nationality.

Abstract
Vocabulary learning is very important in English study especially for the beginners. This paper discusses the present situation of English teaching in Inner Mongolia, the English level of the Inner Mongolian students, and the necessity of intensifying English vocabulary teaching and learning in the remote minority area college English teaching.
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