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A model for training in intercultural communication for ESOL teachers and other professionals

Ann Marie Frentzen

A model for training in intercultural communication for ESOL teachers and other professionals

by Ann Marie Frentzen

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication in foreign language education.,
  • English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.,
  • Intercultural communication.,
  • Teachers -- Training of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ann Marie Frentzen.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, 282 leaves.
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21165933M

    Page 10 Critical Incidents for Intercultural Communication Facilitator and Activity Guide Facilitator and Activity Guide Critical Incidents for Intercultural Communication Page 11 For learners in the stages of denial and defence, facilita-tors should use activities that focus on drawing out simi-larities before talking about Size: KB. Neuliep’s contextual model of intercultural communication examines communication within macro- and micro-cultural contexts, a unique method not offered in any other text Student Voices Across Culture features fascinating, real life applications, as students from .

    Frentzen, A.M. (). A Model for Training in Intercultural Communication for ESOL Teachers and othe Professionals. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Teachers College, Columbia University. Furey, P.R. (). A Framework for Cross-Cultural Analysis of Teaching Methods. In P. Byrd (Ed.). Teaching Across Cultures in the University ESL Program. Strategies for Intercultural Communication. Seelye, H. Ned Based on the assertion that language and culture study are best brought together when the teacher is effective in the affective as well as cognitive and skills domains, teaching strategies and activities are presented that combine specific teaching techniques and ideas with other human.

    Further, this book series recognizes and explicitly attempts to overcome wide-ranging real-world barriers to intercultural dialogue and intercultural citizenship. This is especially important in the field of English language education considering the status of English as a global language and associated problems connected to linguistic.   Joe McVeigh Using movies or films in class is a great way to help student both learn more about language and also about culture and cultural differences. These days there are tons of films available that deal with interesting intercultural issues.


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A model for training in intercultural communication for ESOL teachers and other professionals by Ann Marie Frentzen Download PDF EPUB FB2

ABSTRACT A MODEL FOR TRAINING IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION FOR ESOL TEACHERS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS Ann Marie Frentzen The focus of this descriptive study is a model which the author developed and implemented for training in the area of intercultural communication. This paper is aimed at presenting a developed intercultural communicative language teaching (ICLT) model to facilitate the integration of intercultural content into English language teaching in an.

for intercultural communication. Framework for intercultural training of Bennett [20] An approach for intercultural training that proposes a developmental model of intercultural sensitivity. Research on specific cultural variations (e.g. [11]) Research on cultural variations related particularly to emotion, facial expressions, and nonverbal.

In reflecting on my experience delivering a teacher training course, this article describes strategies for incorporating seven virtues in an Intercultural Communication for Teachers : Michael Lessard-Clouston. filter of intercultural communication as they draw from other fields.

She included specific suggestions for the classroom implementation of the insights gleaned. She also maintained that “there is a need for professionals in the field of intercultural communication to understand the particular circumstances, problems, and variables at. This guide provides a starting point to learn about intercultural communication, equity, diversity, and inclusion in the educational setting.

For information on inclusive classrooms, check the section on "College and university - creating inclusive classrooms, curriculum, and pedagogy", for resources on anti-racism or difficult dialogues, check the sections, "Anti-racism" and "Selected. An Intercultural Communication Lesson Plan Asako Kajiura.

Lesson Objectives: Increase student's ability to interact with and understand aspects of other cultures such as body language, discourse patterns, male and female roles. The students use English during the whole process. Student Levels. teachers from two classes and the school ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher were included in the study.

Amongst the 56 students, 24 students were interviewed along with the classroom teachers and the ESL teacher. School documents regarding the promotion of intercultural communication were also collected during the observation period.

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 Author: Tuula Lindholm, Johanne Mednick Myles.

“Intercultural business contexts force us to be more self-aware and to rely on words more than we do in our native cultures.” ― Sherwood Fleming, Dance of Opinions: Mastering Written and Spoken Communication for Intercultural Business Using English as a Second Language.

ICC has become current in the agenda of ESL teachers’ professional development and important ingredient in teachers’ intercultural training, since most ESL teachers are language learners in the same sense with other learners.

ESL Teachers and the Practice of Intercultural EducationFile Size: KB. Abstract This chapter addresses a global issue of education: the teaching of diverse student populations. Global Education Professional Development (GEPD) programs for both pre-service and in-service teachers have become one of the most important teacher training programs to prepare teachers working with English as a Second Language (ESL) learners in global : Ellen Yeh, Monika Jaiswal-Oliver, Gigi Posejpal.

Without teachers' awareness and understanding of the main issues in intercultural communication, students' progress is under threat (Sercu, b). In turn, language teachers' intercultural skills cannot develop without appropriate training.

The concept of intercultural competencies was used in the context of studies related with efficient intercultural communication, adaptation to other cultures, intercultural learning.

This concept is defined on the intersection of the concept of culture and competence (Figure 1).File Size: KB. I teach Intercultural Communication at an urban college, and I use the activities and case studies in this book quite a lot in my classroom.

The book includes exercises, role-play activities, ideas for teaching and discussion, and case studies. I use the activities from this book more than any other Cited by: ESL Teacher Education and Intercultural Communication: Discomfort as a Learning Tool.

RuthJohnson. This article reports on asimulation used in acourse in intercultural communica­ tion in an ESLjEFL teacher education program at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. The simulation was designed to create an unfamiliar and uncomfort­ able atmosphere, culturally, for the students, similar to.

Intercultural communicative competence is an attempt to raise students' awareness of their own culture, and in so doing, help them to interpret and understand other cultures. It is not just a body of knowledge, but a set of practices requiring knowledge, skills and attitudes.4/5(36).

intercultural communication process: The discourses telling whom to include and whom to exclude, which I find is a social practice crucial to research in intercultural communication.

It’s often argued that there is no difference between intercultural communication and other kinds of communication (GudykunstSarbaugh ).File Size: KB. most teachers have limited knowledge about intercultural communication (Sercu, ).

Given the fact that the ICC is one of the key competences in the twenty-first century, so it is agreed that one of the ultimate goals in language training programs is to educateAuthor: Thao Quoc Tran, Tham My Duong. Book Description. The importance of integrating the teaching and learning of language and culture has been widely recognised and emphasized.

However, how to teach English as an International Language (EIL) and cultures in an integrative way in non-native English speaking countries remains problematic and has largely failed to enable language learners to meet local and global communication demands.

Intercultural communication is the verbal and nonverbal interaction between people from different cultural backgrounds. In other words, it's the process of communicating with people from another.

They need to grasp the concepts of intercultural communication, which are skills that become more important as the global population makes tighter connections. With intercultural training, which has become a survival guide in the global business environment, companies can improve their value and marketability.

This video applies parts of chapter 7 of Malcolm Gladwell's book, "Outliers" to the ESL classroom. It touches on Hofstede's five dimensions of culture.