Teaching Culture: Perspectives in Practice
TEACHING CULTURE: PERSPECTIVES IN PRACTICE offers multiple viewpoints on the interrelationship between language and culture and how they serve to teach meaning, offer a lens of identity and provide a mechanism for social participation Authentic classroom experiences engage the reader and offer teachers invaluable support as they expand their ideas about how language and culture work together.
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Introduction to Teaching Culture l
The Cultural Experience
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