Culture Bound: Bridging the Cultural Gap in Language Teaching
This book is designed to give language teachers a basis for introducing a cultural component into their teaching. The paperback edition is a collection of selected essays that attempts to provide language teachers with a basis for introducing a cultural component into their teaching. It includes essays written especially for the volume, as well as some that have been previously published.
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Language thought and culture
Culture and the written language
Acculturation and mind
Learning a second culture
Cultural differences and similarities
Kinesics and crosscultural understanding
Intercultural differences and communicative approaches
So near the United States
Cultural clues to the Middle Eastern student
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