only lower than the Asian average, but also 89 points lower than South Korea and 208 points lower than China. The English Proficiency Index (EPI) published by internationally renowned educational institutions in 2014 also pointed out that my country's English proficiency ranks 30th in the world, behind Japan and South Korea. After spending so much time and effort on English, why can't we see significant results? Because the education system in Asia is more "achievement-oriented" and pays attention to the scores of paper-and-pencil tests,
such learning methods often have practical problems, especially in language learning. Taking Taiwan's education system as an example, we have always been taught a passive learning, form-filling English learning model. Most teachers prepare their teaching according to textbooks, and the international language proficiency assessment tends to sms services be a paper-and-pencil test. The education model that students can receive is obviously more passive. Therefore, it is cultivated to study only for the purpose of blindly analyzing the text,
learning grammar, memorizing words, and seeing the questions on the test paper, only know that there are four choices. But forget the language communication between people, where are the options for you to choose? Photo Credit: Brittany Stevens CC BY 2.0 Photo Credit: Brittany Stevens CC BY 2.0 In contrast to the English education policies of other Asian countries, for example, Japan has recently implemented reforms in English education, and several universities have added a model of interactive teaching in English. The Korean government has realized the importance of English for economic growth as early as 2008.