The Enlightenment of Production-oriented Theory to Teach the Continuation Task

  • Yao Song China West Normal University NanChong
Keywords: The continuation task, Production-oriented theory, enlightenment of teaching


As a foreign language teaching theory with Chinese characteristics, production-oriented theory is the enrichment and development of foreign language teaching approach. In recent years, the research on production-oriented theory has involved all aspects of foreign language teaching.In 2016, it was officially used in the English College Entrance Examination of Zhejiang Province. Relevant studies have proved that it improves students’ writing ability and overcomes the disadvantages of traditional writing being out of context. However, no research pay attention to relationship between the two. This paper mainly analyzes the development of production-oriented theory and continuation task, and proposes how to improve the quality of students’ continuation task under the guidance of production-oriented theory.


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