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“Little c ” Culture in the Foreign Language Classroom. Presenters: Jessica Bickert , Kelly Eichenlaub , John MacDonald, Cameron Murray, Kayleen Notchick. Video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =SBuKuA9nHsw. Overview. Overview. Overview. C ulture. Overview. c ulture. Overview. Summary.

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little c culture in the foreign language classroom

“Little c” Culture in the Foreign Language Classroom

Presenters: Jessica Bickert, Kelly Eichenlaub, John MacDonald, Cameron Murray, KayleenNotchick

video
Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBuKuA9nHsw

overview2
Overview

Culture

overview3
Overview

culture

overview4
Overview

Summary

the cultural iceberg
The Cultural Iceberg

“Big C”

“little c”

teaching no culture
Teaching No Culture
  • +
    • Time
    • Ethnocentrism
    • Lack of Dialectical language
    • Culture shock
teaching solely big c culture
Teaching Solely “Big C” Culture
  • +
    • Broad, extensive overview
    • “C–ing” culture
    • Overgeneralization
    • Stereotyping
    • Misunderstanding
teaching little c culture
Teaching “little c” Culture
  • +
    • Ethnorelativism
    • Culture + language
    • Comprehensive analysis
    • Time
    • Hard to assess
summary
Summary

Implementation

Vitality

Curriculum Conflict

the three step plan
The Three Step Plan

1. Get over yourself

2. What can you “C”?

3. Ask why.

conclusion
Conclusion

What should students take away from the foreign language that they studied in high school? It is not likely that students will remember every single vocabulary word or verb conjugation of the target language. But if students can celebrate differences as unique rather than wrong, then language teachers have done their job.

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Garrett­Rucks, Paula. "A Discussion­Based Online Approach to Fostering Deep Cultural Inquiry in an Introductory Language Course." ACTFL Foreign Language Annals. 46.2 (2013): 191­212. Print.

Kramsch, Claire J. "Teaching Language along the Cultural Faultline." Context and Culture in

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Lantolf, J. P. (2006). Re(de)fining language proficiency in light of the concept "languaculture." In H. Byrnes. (Ed.), Advanced language learning. The Contributions of Halliday and Vygotsky(pp. 72­91). London: Continuum.

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Kirsch, Claudine. Teaching Foreign Languages in the Primary School. New York: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2008. 154­169. Print.

Thanasoulas, Dimitrios. The Importance Of Teaching Culture In The ForeignLanguage Classroom. Radical Pedagogy, 2001. Retrieved from https://media.startalk.umd.edu/workshops/2009/SeattlePS/sites/default/files/files/The%20Importanc e%20Of%20Teaching%20Culture%20In%20The%20Foreign%20Language%20Classroom.pdf