Construction of optimized Design Model for English Courseware Based on 4C Overall Design Model

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Xianjie Zhang


In the ever-evolving landscape of education, the development of effective courseware stands as a pivotal strategy in fostering engaging and impactful learning experiences, particularly in the domain of English language learning. This study delves into the construction of an optimized design model for English courseware, rooted in the principles of the 4C Overall Design Model. The methodology encompasses a systematic approach, including needs assessment, design iteration, content development, technological implementation, pilot testing, evaluation, and validation. Statistical analysis of pre-test and post-test scores demonstrates a significant enhancement in learners' language proficiency following engagement with the courseware (paired t-test, p < 0.001). The mean post-test scores surged from 60% to 85%, indicating a substantial improvement in language skills. Complementing these quantitative findings, survey responses from participants reveal high levels of satisfaction, with an average rating for overall satisfaction of 4.5 on a Likert scale ranging from 1 to 5, and 85% of respondents indicating a rating of 4 or higher. These findings underscore the efficacy of the optimized design model in promoting language acquisition and user engagement. The study contributes to the discourse on effective courseware design, emphasizing the importance of integrating technology, pedagogy, and content to create immersive and effective learning environments. Implications for practice and future research are discussed

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