Effect of the Flipped Classroom Model on Chinese English-majored College Students in International Business Law

  • Yougen Lou Yangtze University Jingzhou City,
  • Xiaoguang Li Yangtze University Jingzhou City
Keywords: The Flipped Classroom, English-majored, International Business Law

Abstract

This paper reviewed a one-term experiment on the flipped classroom model in teaching the curriculum International Business Law to 120 second-year English-majored undergraduate students majored the business English from Yangtze University as participants. Participants in this study consisted of 60 English-majored undergraduate students in the control group (CG) and 60 English-majored undergraduate students in the treatment group (TG). The process of the flipped classroom model in teaching the course International Business Law was divided into the three parts: outside of the flipped classroom, inside of the flipped classroom and outside of the flipped classroom. The results showed that 1) compared with a teacher-dominated approach for CG, the flipped classroom model in teaching the course International Business Law for TG did a better job in enhancing students’ ability applied in International Business Law; 2) there were significant differences between males in CG and TG, and females in CG and EG

Author Biographies

Yougen Lou, Yangtze University Jingzhou City,

School of Foreign Studies, Yangtze University Jingzhou City, China

Xiaoguang Li, Yangtze University Jingzhou City

School of Foreign Studies, Yangtze University Jingzhou City, China

Published
2017-08-31