Cultural awareness and language awareness based on dialogic interaction with texts in foreign language learning
Anne-Brit Fenner, European Centre for Modern Languages, Malta. Ministry of Education and National Culture
Council of Europe Publishing, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 130 pages
This study contains a number of articles which consider concepts in foreign language teaching and learning relating to: dialogue, communication, intercultural awareness, language awareness, and the roles of teacher and learner. It attempts to widen the scope of the discussion about language and culture awareness by including aspects of linguistic, literary, philosophical, and teaching theories from the authors' own cultures, as well as from other traditions.
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