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Colleges and universities shoulder the important mission of training qualified contemporary college students. With the development of contemporary social and the rapid promotion of information level, teaching models and methods are faced with great challenges. Therefore, this paper analyzes the problems existing in the classroom teaching in Colleges and universities, combined with the students' thinking and learning ability. The module thought is introduced to the teaching process. A practical case is selected to illustrate the validity of the method. The results show that the teaching method proposed can enhance students' interest in learning professional knowledge and improve their communication skills.
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