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Volume 168, 20232023 International Conference on Language, Innovative Education and Cultural Communication (CLEC 2023)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Cultural Industry Development and Service Design|
|Published online||18 May 2023|
Exploring the Design of Junior High School English Assignments under the “Double Reduction” Policy——Based on multiple intelligence theory
Guangzhou Vocational University of Science and Technology
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Previous research has shown that the optimization of homework design has a positive impact and an important role in improving performance. In the process of practical application, the burden reduction on campus has evolved from a disguised form of burden reduction on and off campus to a practical dual burden reduction on and off campus. This all indicates that the work in promoting the burden reduction of students in the compulsory education stage over the past two years has been fruitful, and various novel homework optimization schemes have also reaped initial success, however, after the implementation of the “double reduction” policy, teachers in the compulsory education stage bear more pressure than in the past. This article will use the theory of multiple intelligences to deeply explore the optimization plan for junior high school English homework under the “double reduction” policy, and propose some practical suggestions. Based on the theory of multiple intelligences, taking the current junior high school English education as an example, this paper analyzes the possible optimization directions of junior high school English homework using a combination of survey methods, literature research methods, and empirical summary.
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