Practice of Teaching Creative Writing with Text in a High-quality Context for College Students Based on Predictive Analysis Ability of Big Data

Authors

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/eetsis.3833

Keywords:

big data predictive analysis, college students' writing, creative writing with text, writing teaching

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: With the advent of the digital age, big data has become essential to all walks of life. In digital education, it has become an indispensable part, which can cover the students' learning progress, learning hours, practice scores, course information, classroom interaction information and so on, which makes the teaching process fully covered and a one-stop learning experience. Big data is essential to promote China's education to the scientific, systematic, informatization and customization continue to move forward.

OBJECTIVES: To further improve the writing ability of college students in China, the systematic learning of big data is integrated into the daily teaching and life of the university so that college students can better embrace this significant data era.

METHODS: This paper discusses the analysis of the current situation of college students' accompanying writing, the problems and improvement methods of college students' accompanying creative writing, the systematic elaboration of big data, and the method of predictive analysis of big data to explore the practice of teaching college students' accompanying creative writing in a high-quality context based on the ability of predictive analysis of big data.

RESULTS: With the advent of the digital age, big data has become an essential part of various fields. As an even more indispensable part of the digital education field, it can cover students' learning progress, learning time, practice results, course information, classroom interaction information, Etc., indeed covering the entire education program for a one-stop learning experience.

CONCLUSION: For language teachers in colleges and universities, improving the ability of predictive analytics under big data and then integrating it into the teaching practice to cultivate college students with high-quality creative writing skills based on the ability of predictive analytics of big data is the current priority, and is also the goal of colleges and universities to cultivate talents.

References

Neyestani Tirang R, Nikooyeh Bahareh. A comprehensive overview on the effects of green tea on anthropometric measures, blood pressure, glycemic and lipidemic status: An umbrella review and meta meta-analysis study. Nutrition, metabolism, and cardiovascular diseases: NMCD,2022,32(9).

Qiangchun Wang, Tingting Liu. On Creative Writing Teaching in the Context of New Liberal Arts Construction. International Journal of Literature and Arts,2022,10(5).

Acheoah John Emike, Zainab Abdulkarim. The Effectiveness of Classroom Exercises in the Teaching and Learning of Creative Writing in Tertiary Institutions. English Language Teaching and Linguistics Studies,2022,4(3).

An Experiential Approach to Teaching Creative Writing. Pedagogy,2022,22(2).

GottliebSmith Rachel, Sullivan Gail M, Yarris Lalena M. Publishing in the "On Teaching" Category: Powerful Creative Writing.. Journal of graduate medical education,2022,14(1).

Mamadou Dieng. Developing Poetic Writing Skills: A Teaching Technique for Advanced ESL/EFL Learners. Education, Society and Human Studies,2021,3(1).

Cosgrove Shady Ellen. Liminality and process: strategies for the creative writing classroom. New Writing,2021,18(3).

Gilbert Francis. Why Teach Creative Writing? Examining the Challenges of Its Pedagogies. Changing English,2021,28(2).

Ansoriyah Siti. The Development of Teaching Material For Popular Writing Based On Creative Industry Using M-Learning For College Students of the Faculty of Language and Literature. Journal of Physics: Conference Series,2021,1764(1).

Srimunta Phetaree, Suphandee Terdsak, Senarat Somprasong, Sunan, Ardwichai Sirisak. Development of the English teaching evaluation model focusing on task-based learning to develop English writing ability and creative thinking in Language for sixth-grade students in Thailand. Educational Research and Reviews,2020,15(7).

Sarah Holland-Batt, Ella Jeffery. Debate, discourse and productive disagreement: interrogating the performative dimensions of authorship in the creative writing classroom. New Writing,2020,18(2).

Williams Paul. ‘How to do things with words’: teaching creative writing as performance. New Writing,2020,17(3).

McAbee Donovan. Shifting the power dynamics in the Creative Writing workshop: assessing an instructor as participant model. New Writing,2020,17(3).

Rachel Hennessy. Am I no longer a writer? ‘Universal’ tenets and the writing/teaching self. New Writing,2020,18(2).

Dobson Tom, Stephenson Lisa. Challenging boundaries to cross: Primary teachers exploring drama pedagogy for creative writing with theatre educators in the landscape of Performativity. Professional Development in Education,2020,46(2).

Alex Southern, Jenny Elliott, Colin Morley. Third Space Creative Pedagogies: Developing a Model of Shared CPDL for Teachers and Artists to Support Reading and Writing in the Primary Curricula of England and Wales. International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies,2020,8(1).

Gatta F.. Between creative writing and specialised writing. Review of a teaching experience [Tra scrittura creativa e scrittura specialistica. Considerazioni su un'esperienza didattica] [Entre écriture créative et écriture spécialisée. Considérations sur une expérience d'enseignement]. Synergies Italie,2020(16).

Hanratty Brian. Between the Contingent and the Transcendent: Heaney’s ‘Poetics’ and their Implications for Teaching Poetry and Creative Writing in the Upper Post-primary School. Changing English,2019,27(2).

Pei Rong Lim, Norah Md Noor. Digital Storytelling as a Creative Teaching Method in Promoting Secondary School Students’ Writing Skills. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies,2019,13(7).

Hawraa Hafudh Kareem, Sabeeha Hamza Dehham, Muhataram Abid Al-Wahid. The Impact of Teaching the Creative Writing by FOCUS Strategy to Develop. Indian Journal of Public Health Research amp; Development,2019,10(6).

Rebecca Lipperini. Teaching Women's Writing: A Case Study in Creative Praxis. Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy,2019,28(2).

Ulrika D. Creative writing as feminist freedom. European Journal of Women's Studies,2023,30(1).

Downloads

Published

28-08-2023

How to Cite

1.
Xu M, Li Y. Practice of Teaching Creative Writing with Text in a High-quality Context for College Students Based on Predictive Analysis Ability of Big Data. EAI Endorsed Scal Inf Syst [Internet]. 2023 Aug. 28 [cited 2024 Jun. 18];10(6). Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/sis/article/view/3833