The construction of English teaching models from a cross-cultural perspective in the context of globalization is of significant importance. To achieve this goal, this paper explores the need for clearly defined teaching objectives, the integration of cultural education into the curriculum, covering cultural backgrounds, social customs, and values, among other content. The paper also emphasizes that teaching principles should adopt comprehensive principles such as student-centered approaches, practical applications, diversity in education, and independent learning to promote students’ overall qualities and cross-cultural communication skills. Regarding teaching methods and strategies, methods like task-based teaching, communicative approaches, and cultural communication methods contribute to enhancing students’ cross-cultural communication skills. Additionally, through well-defined objectives, suitable principles, methods, and evaluation methods, we can construct English teaching models that are better suited for a cross-cultural perspective, with the aim of improving students’ English proficiency and cross-cultural awareness.