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The Research and Practice for A Bilingual Course of Computer Engineering

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2 Author(s)
Limin Liu ; Huzhou Univ., Zhejiang ; Ping Yan

IT, information technology, influences our life more and more. Since the newest IT documents, such as papers, reports and data sheets, are mostly issued in English, some graduated students feel difficulty to collect new information for updating their knowledge. It is because their native language and course books are not in English. In order to improve their professional English in study and applications, a new way, bilingual education, is developing in some countries. This paper focuses on the organization, objects, and contents of bilingual education for electronic or computer engineering. The plan, practice and review for bilingual education are discussed. As an example, MCU, Micro-Controller Unit, course with bi-language is introduced. According to assessment of experts and feedback of students, the attempt is significant and helpful.

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EUROCON, 2007. The International Conference on "Computer as a Tool"

Date of Conference:

9-12 Sept. 2007