On the Bilingual Teaching Reform in China: A Look into Sino-U.S Bilingual Education

Baoren Su

Abstract


China is increasingly opening its door to the outside world and is actively making connection with the international community economically, culturally and politically. Within such a context, Chinese education, higher learning education in particular, is undergoing a profound reform trying to keep pace with the development of international education, especially the US education system, to train Chinese students to cope with international competition with the bilingual ability as the era of global economic integration and knowledge economy knock at the door of China. The purpose of this paper is to explore the way of how to reform the bilingual teaching in China and, at the same time, make a comparison of Sino-US bilingual education.

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