Chapter One Introduction
1.1 Background of the research
In order to thoroughly implement the spirit of the report delivered at the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and solve the hot spot issue in enrolling students in primary and secondary schools to ensure that every child receives fair and excellent education, the General Office of the Ministry of Education issued The Notice about the Enrollment in Primary and Secondary Schools in 2018 on February 12, 2018.
The “Notice” pointed out that children should accept education at the nearest schools without entrance examination during the stage of compulsory education; The scope of the service area must be defined scientifically for each primary and secondary school; Multi-divisional arrangement should be carried out where education resources are not well-balanced; For the most competitive and popular public schools with vacancies and private schools with more application than enrollment, guide these schools to use computer random allocation methods .
The school in which the author works is a private school in Liaocheng, Shandong Province. In 2014, Liaocheng Education Bureau proposed a regulation on enrollment: Public and private schools must enroll exempted from examination at the compulsory education stage. If the number of applications exceeds the quota of enrollment, the applicants will be randomly assigned to other schools. In recent years, due to the effects of exemption from entrance examination and random assignments, there have been obvious and wide differences in students’ academic performance, especially in the English subject. Take the author’s school as an example; most of the classes have a serious polarization. Some students have a better sense of English but some students have no interest in English. For some students, they can’t even understand what the teacher is saying.
1.2 Purpose and Significance of the research
As English Curricular Standards in the Phase of Compulsory Education mentions, English Teaching should be geared to the needs of all students and lay a foundation of integrated and lifelong development of them. Teachers should admit every student’s difference in their daily teaching process. In order to improve the students’ personal development, teachers should base on their status and personalities to differentiate their teaching. Currently, in one English lesson, some of the students have good English foundation, strong language talent, plenty of interest in English while others have little interest in English, or even simply do not understand the lesson. For the latter,&n