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A Study on College English Ecological Teaching Strategies in China  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Wei Zhang
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2013.33031
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The aim of this study was to create ecological college English teaching strategies in non-English speaking countries in view of the increasing importance and popularity of English. The study shows most college students hope they are able to learn English well and they will be very happy if college English teachers can adopt some efficient and suitable teaching strategies. In this paper, the author puts forward college English teaching is a kind of micro-ecosystem in the light of ecology which has got such ecological characteristics as adaptability, openness and sustainability. In order to create suitable ecological college English teaching environments, the college English teaching are supposed to insist on 5C principles, that is, cooperation, competition, consideration, creativeness and continuity which are on the basis of such ecological principles as “Symbiotic Effect”, “Niche”, “Laws Limiting Factor”, “Law of Tolerance”, “the Most Appropriate Principle”, “Flowerpots Effect”. The efficiency and practicality of college English teaching in non-English speaking countries are able to be obtained by using ecological college English teaching strategies discussed in the paper.

A Study on Cultivating College Students’ Ecological Consciousness  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Wei Zhang
Sociology Mind (SM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/sm.2013.32018
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The aim of this study is to cultivate modern college students’ ecological consciousness under the background of current deteriorating ecological crisis. The study shows some college students do not realize the harm of the ecological crisis and are not fully aware that it is each person’s duties and responsibilities to relieve even solve the ecological crisis either. The study also conveys most students have realized the importance of ecological consciousness in solving the current ecological crisis. They also would like to gain ecological consciousness and accept the three ways discussed in the part of discussion of cultivating their ecological consciousness. Because college students are the precious source of the world and thus colleges have the special mission of guiding the social trend, developing the social culture and making contributions to spiritual construction, it is absolutely urgent and necessary for colleges to make any effort to cultivate college students’ ecological consciousness.

Dorian Gray’s Spiritual Ecological Crisis and the Inspiration to Modern People  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Wei Zhang
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/als.2013.12002
Abstract: As an individual of spiritual existence, Dorian Gray, in The Picture of Dorian Gray, lacked the ability to love his lovers and friends, lost the normal aesthetic ability, failed to control his gradually increasing evil desires, so his body and soul began to go far away step by step. The imbalance and instability of his spiri-tual factors like love ethic, moral ethic, aesthetic ethic and life ethic led to the completely collapse of Dorian’s spiritual ecological system, even to his suicide. Dorian’s spiritual ecological crisis inspires the modern people a lot. It provides people with a full view of their own life style, stimulates people to pay more attention to their own spiritual ecological system, and spurs modern people on to adjust their spiritual factors in the right orbit of balance and stability. The government and the public media are supposed to play their part in keeping citizens well-informed of the potential benefit of the normal spiritual eco-logical system. Only does a person’s spiritual ecological system runs in order, he can live normally and make contributions to others, to the society.
The Hard but Holly Life of the Eco-Warrior of Holden  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Wei Zhang
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/als.2013.14008
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It is easy for us to make a conclusion that Holden loves nature, admires nature and lives in harmony with nature. Meanwhile, he prefers simple life style. Unfortunately, he is always misunderstood, excluded and even persecuted by the people around him and there are few people who share his ambitions and outlook on life. Holden’s life situation is similiar to the modern environmentalists, so the aim of the paper is to remind people that each citizen is supposed to fully understand and support the environmentalists’ holly mission.

 

A Comparative Study of “as” and “Which” in Non-Restrictive Relative Clauses  [PDF]
Jiancheng Wang, Junhong Tang
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2013.34046
Abstract: Both “as” and “which” can introduce a non-restrictive relative clause. But each of them has its own particular function in meaning, part of speech and sentence structure. Therefore sometimes they can have similar usage in a certain situation, while most often they are quite different and can not be used alternatively.
Study on Balance and Improvement of College English Class in China  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Jiancheng Wang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.29043
Abstract: Considering the current problems in English class, \"5C\" strategies, cooperation, competition, consideration, creativeness and continuity are used to balance and improve the English class in China on the basis of some fundamentals like “Symbiotic Effect”, “Niche”, “Zone of the Optimum” and “Flowerpots Effect”. Meanwhile, it is also very important and urgent to offer opportunities of further study for English teachers in order to balance and improve the English class according to “Edge Effect”.
The Opposition and Integration between Civilization and Nature―Analysis of Wuthering Heights from the Perspective of Eco-Criticism  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Yan Liu
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/als.2014.24022
Abstract: Eco-criticism offers a new perspective for us to study Wuthering Heights. In Wuthering Heights, the place of Wuthering Heights and the residents are the representatives of nature, while the place of Thrushcross Grange and the residents are the spokesmen of civilization. The history of the changing relationship between the human beings and the nature is reflected in the relationships of the main characters in Wuthering Heights. Long ago the human beings lived in awe of the nature and admired it and then they exploited the nature excessively. At last they return to respect the nature and form a harmonious relationship between the human beings and the nature under the guidance of the eco-ethic. With the deterioration of the environment, the relationship between the human beings and the nature reflected in Wuthering Heights drives the modern people to think deeply.
The Impact of Micro-Lecture on College English Teachers’ Niche  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Jing Chen
Creative Education (CE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2016.73054
Abstract: In order to widen college English teachers’ ecological niche and promote their teaching ability, we make an empirical study on college English teachers’ teaching ability and ecological niche on the basis of Ecological Niche Theory. The paper shows how to take advantage of micro-lectures, make full use of 5C teaching strategies and form multiple teaching and learning evaluation and online teaching and learning community to improve discourse power between students and teacher, to change the role of students and teacher. In this way, college English teachers’ teaching ability will be improved greatly.
The Importance of Environmental English Public Signs to Xiong’an New Area’s Ecological Environment in China  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Jiancheng Wang
Open Journal of Ecology (OJE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oje.2017.713047
Abstract: With the establishment and development of Xiong’an New Area in China, more foreign industries and visitors will be attracted to come here. Investigations made in our study show that the environmental English public signs are very important. They can offer directions for foreigners who can’t understand Chinese well because they have these three functions: indication, suggestion and prohibition. In order to help Xiong’an New Area play its “eco card”, the translators are supposed to attach great importance to the translation of environmental English public signs.
The Construction and Application of Digital Resources in Rural Primary School English Teaching and Learning  [PDF]
Junhong Tang, Xinfa Yuan
Social Networking (SN) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/sn.2018.72007
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To arouse rural primary school students’ English learning interest, broaden their horizon and promote their critical thinking, we construct a series of dig-ital education resources which include not only language points of phonetics, vocabulary, language skills of English teaching and learning but western and Chinese cultures. The results show teachers and students’ roles and discourse power changed by using the digital education resources in the process of rural primary school English teaching and learning.
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