From foreign language education to education for intercultural citizenship: essays and reflections
This collection of essays analyses the evolution of theory of intercultural competence and its relationship to education for citizenship. It does so by analysing the concepts of intercultural competence, including the notion of the intercultural speaker, by discussing the ways in which language education policy develops and by comparing the theories and purposes of foreign language education and education for citizenship.
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Foreign Language Education
Purposes for Foreign Language Education
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ability acquire acquisition analysis argues assessment attitudes become bicultural Byram Chapter citizens citizenship education classroom cognitive communicative competence community of action concept context Council of Europe countries critical cultural awareness crucial culture learning curriculum democracy democratic dimension discussion documents Doye education for intercultural education systems emphasis English ethnic European identity European Union evaluative example explicit focus foreign language education foreign language learning foreign language teaching French globalisation identify important individual interaction intercultural citizenship intercultural communicative intercultural competence intercultural speaker interlocutor internationalisation Japan Japanese knowledge language and culture learners lingua franca linguistic competence linguistic relativism means national identity national language native speaker Norway Norwegian perspective plurilingual political education potential practice promote purposes question Risager savoir secondary socialisation sense shared significance skills social groups social identities teachers teaching and learning tence tertiary socialisation tion understanding values and behaviours