By John Corbett
Intercultural language schooling has redefined the fashionable languages time table in Europe and North the US. Now intercultural studying can also be starting to impression on English Language educating. This obtainable publication introduces lecturers of EFL to intercultural language schooling through describing its heritage and theoretical rules, and via giving examples of lecture room projects.
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Of course, dialect-speakers’ ‘errors’ do not arise because of incomplete mastery of the L1 system – the stigmatised ‘errors’ of dialectspeakers are only regarded as such in relation to the standard variety. Dialect features are usually completely systematic and intelligible within their own context, and they are used at least in part to signify alignment with a particular social or regional group of speakers, in the same way that use of the standard variety shows affiliation to elite, educated or powerful groups.
G. , 2001). Proponents of the ethnographic approach to language learning acknowledge that it involves accepting a new set of purposes for language learning and teaching. Effectively, it fundamentally reconfigures the longaccepted goals of communicative language teaching by seeking: • an integration of linguistic and cultural learning to facilitate communication and interaction; • a comparison of others and self to stimulate reflection on and (critical) questioning of the mainstream culture into which learners are socialised; • a shift in perspective involving psychological processes of socialisation; • the potential of language teaching to prepare learners to meet and communicate in other cultures and societies than the specific one usually associated with the language they are learning.
Tomalin and Stempleski (1993: 6–7) talk about culture with a ‘little c’ as incorporating products such as literature, art and artefacts,ideas such as beliefs, values and institutions, and behaviours such as customs, habits, dress, foods and leisure. They present a series of lesson plans that explore the relationship between the language taught in the classroom, and the products, ideas and behaviour that impact upon its meaning. The cultural products, ideas and behaviours are presented primarily as a means of motivating language use.
An Intercultural Approach to English Language Teaching by John Corbett