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Cultural studies in the EFL classroom

Cultural studies in the EFL classroom

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Published by Universitá̈tsverlag Winter in Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers,
  • English language -- Globalization,
  • Language and culture

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesCultural studies in the English as a foreign language classroom.
    Statementedited by Werner Delanoy, Laurenz Volkmann.
    SeriesAnglistische Forschungen -- Bd. 369, Anglistische Forschungen -- Heft 369.
    ContributionsDelanoy, Werner., Volkmann, Laurenz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1128.A2 C78 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination394 p. :
    Number of Pages394
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16633361M
    ISBN 103825352560
    ISBN 109783825352561
    LC Control Number2007385673

    Culture now becomes a key element in most educational systems, particularly in Higher education, where cultural Studies are an essential part of most language : Aicha Rahal. Because the alliances built by Cultural Studies practitioners in the U.S. and the global north are deeply shaped by the global south/Third World perspectives, this book extends an invitation to teachers and practitioners in and outside of the US, including those who may offer a transnational perspective on teaching and practicing Cultural Studies.

    The book is divided into two parts: the first consists of six papers on current relevant issues and suggestions for new approaches to the teaching of literature and language; the second part consists of thirteen papers that focus on empirical research and case studies in various aspects related to classroom practice. Lafayette, R. C. (). Integrating the Teaching of Culture into the Foreign Language Classroom. In Heusinkveld, P.R. (Eds.), Pathways to culture: Readings on Teaching Culture in the Foreign Language Class. Yarmouth: Intercultural Press, Liu, S. (). Cultural Content in EFL Listening and Speaking Textbooks for Chinese University Cited by: 1.

    Authentic Materials and Cultural Content in EFL Classrooms Ferit Kilickaya kilickay [at] content is a key to effective teaching and learning a language provided that problems arising from introducing culture into EFL classroom are dealt with effectively and teaching strategies and learning materials are chosen appropriately. EFL teachers need to be careful in their decision on the selection of cultural content for ELT classrooms. To address the issue, this paper investigates the design guidelines to evaluate textbooks as sources of cultural content in the ELT curriculum.


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Hardcover. Cultural Studies in the English Classroom is the first book of its kind to provide concrete models of cultural studies programs and classrooms for high school and college teachers. Read more Read less click to open popover Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle : Paperback.

Introduction to Werner Delanoy, Laurenz Volkmann, eds. Cultural Studies in the EFL Classroom. Heidelberg: Winter, Cultural Studies in the English Classroomopens up ways of teaching and devising programs which place the students' cultural experiences at the center of language production and consumption.

It is the first book of its kind to provide concrete models of cultural studies programs and classrooms for high school and college teachers who would like to try this approach and are looking for effective examples. Most studies that examine culture in textbooks as a source of cultural learning tend to assign fixed meanings to images rather than treating them as mediators of cultural meaning-making.

One such example is Yuen’s () study, which examined the representation of foreign (i.e. non-local) cultures in English language textbooks used in Hong Kong by: 5. Awareness of FL culture should be viewed as an important component of EFL learning/teaching.

It involves a gradually inner sense of the equality of cultures and an increased understanding of one's. everyday ‘classroom culture’. Explicit teaching of the classroom culture was infrequent, but some elements were made noticeable through more implicit means.

Cultures regularly featured as topic studies, however the intentional incorporation of the ESL learners’ cultures was infrequent, and most often occurred non-purposefully.

Consequently, the present study sought to shed some light on the place of culture in EFL classrooms at secondary-school level in an Iranian educational context in general, and the main goals of teaching culture, major means of teaching culture, the main obstacles facing teachers in teaching culture, and the cultural content of textbooks in Cited by: 1.

Teaching Culture in the EFL/ESL classroom are likely to ignore the problems or reduce their importance. People at the third level of cultural awareness are aware of both their way of doing things and others‟ ways of doing things, and they tend to choose the best way according to the situation.

At the third level, people come to realizeFile Size: KB. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Introduction: cultural studies in the EFL classroom / Werner Delanoy & Laurenz Volkmann --Cultural studies: key issues and approaches / Doris Teske AREA STUDIES RECONSIDERED.

AREA STUDIES RECONSIDERED. In addition, the Cultural Studies approach criticizes that mainly the ‘inner circle’ countries of the English language are fundamental for cultural learning in the EFL classroom.

It is not surprising that the United Kingdom and the United States of America are labeled as the English speaking countries par excellence. culture should be taught in the EFL classroom from a contentious and controversial perspective in such a way that it explores the deep, complex elements of culture.

This approach helps students become more critical about the controversial cultural dynamics that exist in.

going study into the presence and status of cultural content in tertiary EFL teaching in Vietnam and the effect of intercultural language learning on learners’ EFL learning. In the paper, I will critically analyze the under-lying assumptions about culture in two traditional EFL textbook units currently used in a Vietnamese univer-sity.

The aim of EFL is thus no more the mere combination of a linguistic competence in the foreign language with a factual knowledge of the target culture; instead, Cultural Studies are aiming at a multicultural and intercultural competence of the learners: firstly, they must know about the target society and its ethnic groups with their codes of behaviour and communicative exigencies, unwritten rules as well as non.

The Department of Cultural Studies at the EFL University has played a significant role in the new questions and approaches that have livened up English Studies (and the larger field of “critical humanities”) in India since the s. Widely recognized for its scholarly output and excellence in teaching, the Department maintains a strong commitment to.

regarding specific aspects of cultural learning in EFL classroom were proposed in relevant research. Chen (), for example, carried out a survey to examine Chinese students’ attitudes towards cultural themes in EFL classroom. In his study, Chen proposed a cultural framework. View Teaching Culture In the EFL Classroom Research Papers on for free.

developing cultural awareness in English language learning. Practical research program of cultural awareness in EFL teaching and its results We have made a two-year classroom teaching experiment on integrating the cultural education and English language learning for non English majors at.

Learning with Literature in the EFL Classroom provides a comprehensive, in-depth and state-of-the-art introduction to literature learning in EFL attention to both theoretical and practical concerns, the study focuses on a wide range of literary genres, different age and ability groups and new topics for literature learning.Title: Culture in the EFL classroom - which cultures dominate the classroom?

Author: Marcus Hammar Supervisor: Rhonwen Bowen Abstract: In this essay a number of English teachers at upper-secondary level in Sweden have responded to questions concerning the concept of culture.

This article examines the role of cultural awareness (CA) and intercultural awareness (ICA) in classroom theory and practice.

CA and ICA can be roughly characterised as an awareness of the role of culture in communication with CA focused on national cultures and ICA on more dynamic and flexible relationships between languages and by: