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Teletandem and telepresence: Rethinking the cultural component in language teaching and language teacher education
This articles discusses some of the results of a qualitative ethnographic research on foreign language teacher's conceptions of culture in an extension course for continuing education in the virtual collaborative learning ...
Caribbean Languages and Caribbean Linguistics
(UWI Press, 2012)
Of the 1,000 plus languages of the Americas, 70 are in use across the 29 territories of the Caribbean, including both the archipelago and continental rimlands (Allsopp 1996). Linguistic situations of the Caribbean are ...
Language in local spaces: Using linguistic landscape (LL) to design culturally relevant curricula in Caribbean Creole environments [PowerPoint presentation]
Linguistic landscape (LL) is an emerging multi-disciplinary field that focuses on the significance of words, images and other artifacts represented and displayed in public spaces (Shohamyand Gorter, 2009). Such instances ...
A cross-cultural comparison of nonverbal teacher immediacy and foreign language anxiety in Chilean and Russian English language classrooms
(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso<br> Instituto de Literatura y Ciencias del Lenguaje, 2006)
Addressing cultural diversity in a Creole space: The SEMP language arts curriculum
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2004)
Proposals for curriculum reform under the Secondary Education Modernisation Programme (SEMP) call for a curriculum that respects diverse cultural experiences of students in Trinidad and Tobago, and that gives all students ...
DELL HYMES (editor). Language in Culture and Society. A reader in Linguistics and AnthropologyDELL HYMES (editor). Language in Culture and Society. A reader in Linguistics and AnthropologyDELL HYMES (editor). Language in Culture and Society. A reader in Linguistics and Anthropology
(Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, 2010)
A Proposal for the Implementation of an English for Specific Purposes Specialization in a Master's Degree Program in Second Languages and Cultures with Emphasis in English as a Foreign LanguageA Proposal for the Implementation of an English for Specific Purposes Specialization in a Master's Degree Program in Second Languages and Cultures with Emphasis in English as a Foreign Language
Focusing on culture-related episodes in a teletandem interaction between a Brazilian and an American student
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2016-01-01)
Teletandem is a telecollaborative learning context that involves pairs of native (or competent) speakers of different languages interacting through voice, text and webcam image. Using Skype, each participant plays the role ...