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Facets of interculturality in education
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|Number of Pages||82|
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Get this from a library. Facets of interculturality in education. [Jean Michel Leclercq; Council of Europe.] -- Interculturality is a set of processes through which relations between different cultures are constructed on a basis of equality and mutual respect.
This book provides an overview of the Council of. Description: This book explores the decades-long use of the notion of interculturality in education and other fields, arguing that it is now time to move beyond certain assumptions towards a richer and more realistic understanding of the ‘intercultural’.
Many concepts such as culture, identity and intercultural competence are discussed and. This book explores the decades-long use of the notion of interculturality in education and other fields, arguing that it is now time to move beyond certain assumptions towards a richer and more Author: Fred Dervin.
Table of Contents. Introduction: Interculturality in study abroad ence and awareness in cultural travel: negotiating blocks and threads 2.‘Breathing the smells of native-styled English’: a narrativized account of an L2 sojourn al adaptation in different facets of life and the impact of language: a case study of personal adjustment patterns during study abroad 4.
Author Dervin, Fred, Subjects Multicultural education.; Education - Philosophy & Social Aspects.; Education. Summary This book explores the decades-long use of the notion of interculturality in education and other fields, arguing that it is now time to move beyond certain assumptions towards a richer and more realistic understanding of the 'intercultural'.
Intersecting Identities and Interculturality: Discourse and Practice, Edited by Regis Machart, Choon Bee Lim, Sep Neo Lim and Eriko Yamato This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK.
interculturality in education is not claimed on th e ground of the minorities’ identity necessities; the struggle for intercultural education is here justifie d by the apparentAuthor: Gunther Dietz.
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Intersecting Identities and Interculturality: Discourse and Practice (Post-Intercultural Communication and Education)Cited by: 1. Intersecting Identities and Interculturality; Book Description. Most scholars now refute the monolithic, static definition of identity and adopt a fluid approach to the concept which takes into consideration overlapping, or rather intersecting different facets of identity.
linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, literature and. Facets of interculturality in education () Interculturality is a set of processes through which relations between different cultures are constructed on a basis of equality and mutual respect.
This book provides an overview of the. This collection of four articles offers a radical new view of intercultural competence. It places language teaching in a wider context, demonstrating that it has political and ethical implications of the kind found throughout education.
Language teaching is not just a professional skill, but a social activity of major signifiance in the contemporaray importance and usefulness of the.
This book explores the idea of ‘intercultural competence’, which, despite its current popularity across various discourses, has remained a vague and oscillating concept. Interculture lacks a universal definition and ‘competence’ is not only a cognitive construct but also includes psychological traits such as attitudes, affective aspects Pages: Education has many facets.
Just like the people and topics with us. Accordingly, our formats in education range from language courses and creative writing to workshops in storytelling or deep ecology.
A basic principle of our educational offers is to make knowledge and theory tangible. The questions dealt with areas we could call socio-linguistic and the prompts for the questions were developed by the Seminary for Linguistics and Education (semle), which seeks to promote interculturality, the use of the mother tongue by indigenous children (bilingualism) and the use of.
Leclercq, J. Facets of interculturality in education. Strasbourg: Council of Europe. Nasr, R. Whole education: a new direction to fill the relevance gap. This book explores the idea of "intercultural competence", which, despite its current popularity across various discourses, has remained a vague and oscillating concept.
Interculture lacks a universal definition and "competence" is not only a cognitive construct but also includes psychological traits such as attitudes, affective aspects and constructions of by: 2.
Chapter 4: Dwelling or sojourning. Modalities of interculturality. Chapter 5: Conclusion. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Drawing on interdisciplinary theoretical perspectives, this book critically examines intercultural theory and its interrelations with globalisation, education and dialogue in multicultural societies.
Intercultural competence is a range of cognitive, affective, and behavioural skills that lead to effective and appropriate communication with people of other cultures. Effective intercultural communication relates to behaviors that culminate with the accomplishment of the desired goals of the interaction and all parties involved in the situation.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Jean Leclercq books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The melting pot theory of multiculturalism assumes that various immigrant groups will tend to “melt together,” abandoning their individual cultures and eventually becoming fully assimilated into the predominant society.
Typically used to describe the assimilation of immigrants into the United States, the melting pot theory is often illustrated by the metaphor of a foundry’s smelting pots Author: Robert Longley.
E-learning and intercultural dimensions of learning theories and teaching models 1. eLearning and Intercultural dimensions of learning theories and teaching models Claire Bélisle LIRE (University Lyon 2 & CNRS), France Summary It will be argued in this article that developing intercultural awareness in students can be facilitated by e-learning environments.
Abstract. Introduction: Multinational companies are now looking for graduates with a wide range of skills that include awareness of other cultures and mastery of more than one language (Jones, ).According to Alred, Byram, and Fleming () education should promote “a sense of interculturality, an intercultural competence” (p.6) through a process that is dynamic, interactive, and Author: Ana Dias Daniel, Mariana Pita.
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