A Mixed Class is Preferred 国际混合教育的好处

“In my class, there are two Japanese and one American. We are getting along well and it’s fun to study together with people from different cultures.” This is how a college student describes his class. Recently with rapid development of economy, China is embracing more foreign students who are eager to learn Chinese and know about Chinese culture. In my opinion, a mixed class is more preferable to an exclusive one in terms of benefits of both foreign and Chinese students.

I have reason to support my view. Foreign students may find it very helpful to further improve their language skills in a mixed class. Provided that their Chinese is competent enough to follow the lectures, a mixed class furnishes them with a golden opportunity to brush up their Chinese proficiency and understand Chinese people. Only in this way can they get into closer contact with Chinese. Coming from afar, they are reluctant to be separated and treated as “ foreigners”. Hence to their benefits, we should not set barriers for their deeper involvement. Only by mixing with Chinese students can they gain a better knowledge of Chinese culture.


Taking into account of all these factors, we may arrive at the conclusion that it is beneficial to adopt the practice of a mixed class. A seemingly trivial event as it is in study, it may exert a profound impact on both students’ individual life and cross-cultural communication. (大学英语作文带翻译 www.lyy5.com )





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