Navigating the Intercultural Classroom / Tuula Lindholm and Johanne Mednick Myles; with a foreword by Darla Deardorff.
By: Lindholm, Tuula.
Contributor(s): Mednick Myles, Johanne | Deardorff, Darla.Series: Teacher Education. Publisher: Alexandria, VA : TESOL International Association ; NAFSA (Association of International Educators), 2019Description: xi, 193 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781945351266 (pbk).Online resources: Publisher's Website.
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"Teachers are cultural informants. The resources teachers use and their interactions with students convey meanings that are both linguistic and cultural. It is important for ESOL teachers to guide students toward integrated intercultural/language learning that will carry them through diverse life experiences. This book goes beyond theoretical discussions and provides concrete methods for integrating intercultural communicative competence into the language classroom through its inclusion of practical examples, engaging activities, and real-life case studies. Develop both the consciousness and the practical skills required to navigate the increasingly intercultural English learning classroom.
Explore the topics of:
Intercultural communication and teaching culturally diverse earners;
The role of intercultural communicative competence in language teaching and learning;
Teacher as a cultural informant and classroom strategist; English for academic purposes programs and cultural expectations;
Employment preparation programs and cultural integration;
Technology and computer-mediated intercultural communication." (Back cover)
Chapter 1 Intercultural Communication and Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners
Chapter 2 The Role of Intercultural Communicative Competence in Language Teaching and Learning
Chapter 3 Teacher as a Cultural Informant and Classroom Strategist
Chapter 4 English for Academic Purposes Programs and Cultural Expectations
Chapter 5 Employment Preparation Programs and Cultural Integration
Chapter 6 Technology and Computer-Mediated Intercultural Communication
Appendix A Understanding Cultural Preferences
Appendix B Models of Intercultural Competence
Appendix C Six Principles of Culture
Appendix D Observing and Analyzing Cultural Behaviors
Appendix E Communication in the Workplace
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