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Developing Intercultural Competence through English : Focus on Ukrainian and Polish Cultures.

Author: Anna Ni¿egorodcew; Yakiv Bystrov; Marcin Kleban
Publisher: Kraków : Jagiellonian University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Polish
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The volume Developing Intercultural Competence through English: Focus on Ukrainian and Polish Cultures edited by Anna Ni¿egorodcew, Yakiv Bystrov and Marcin Kleban offers a valuable result of a joint intercultural project between two universities from the neighbouring countries of Poland and Ukraine.
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Ni¿egorodcew, Anna.
Developing Intercultural Competence through English : Focus on Ukrainian and Polish Cultures.
Kraków : Jagiellonian University Press, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anna Ni¿egorodcew; Yakiv Bystrov; Marcin Kleban
ISBN: 9788323384366 8323384363
OCLC Number: 781615022
Notes: CHAPTER THIRTEEN. Are Polish Students Dishonest?
Description: 1 online resource (154 pages)
Contents: Preface; CHAPTER ONE. Culture --
Communication --
Intercultural Communication; 1.1. Understanding Culture and Communication; 1.2. Approaches to Studying Intercultural Communication; 1.3. Methods of Studying Intercultural Communication; 1.4. Theories of Intercultural Communication; 1.5. Integrating Cultural Awareness into Classroom Learning; CHAPTER TWO. English as a Lingua Franca in Intercultural Communication; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Sociocultural Theory of Second Language Learning. 2.3. Dissociation of English as a Language of International Communicationfrom the Target Language Culture2.4. Role of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF); 2.5. Using English as a Lingua Franca to Familiarize Speakers of OtherLanguages with One's Own Culture; 2.6. Conclusion; CHAPTER THREE. Developing Cultural Self-Awareness and Knowledgeto Enhance Intercultural Competence of Foreign Language Students; 3.1. Cultural Self-Awareness and Knowledge as Prerequisitesof Intercultural Competence. 3.2. Cultural Self-Awareness and Knowledge as One of the Principlesof an Intercultural Approach to Foreign Language Teaching3.3. Developing Cultural Self-Awareness and Knowledge DuringIntercultural Activities; 3.4. Conclusions; CHAPTER FOUR. Computer Technology in Developing Intercultural Competence; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. The Role of Computer Technology in Facilitating the Developmentof Intercultural Competence; 4.3. ICT in Intercultural Exchanges; 4.4. Polish? Ukrainian Computer-Mediated Exchange Project; 4.5. Conclusion; CHAPTER FIVE. Interpreting Fiction; 5.1. Ukrainian Folk Tales. 5.2. Ukrainian PostmodernismCHAPTER SIX. Ukrainian Customs and Traditions; 6.1. Rites and Beliefs; 6.2. Folk Arts; CHAPTER SEVEN. Cultural Stereotypes and Lifestyle; 7.1. Gender Roles; 7.2. Student Life; CHAPTER EIGHT. Tourism and Migration in Ukraine; 8.1. Tourism Development; 8.2. Migration Policy; CHAPTER NINE. A Glimpse of the Latest Developments in Social Life; 9.1. Adopting European Standards in Education; 9.2. Changes in Cultural Life; CHAPTER TEN. Polish People's Attitudes Towards Religion; 10.1. Introduction; 10.2. Religion in Poland in the Past and at Present. 10.3. What Do Polish People Believe in?10.4. How Tolerant Are Poles of Other Religions?; CHAPTER ELEVEN. Is Poland an Anti-Semitic Country?; 11.1. Introduction; 11.2. Historical Background of Polish Anti-Semitism; 11.3. The Present Situation; CHAPTER TWELVE. Polish Standards of Politeness; 12.1. Introduction; 12.2. The Design of the Questionnaires; 12.3. Participants; 12.4. Results; 12.5. The Questionnaire for Polish People: The Evaluation of TenPotentially Impolite Instances of Behaviour; 12.6. The Experience of Polish People Regarding Their Interactionswith Foreigners; 12.7. Conclusions.

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The volume Developing Intercultural Competence through English: Focus on Ukrainian and Polish Cultures edited by Anna Ni¿egorodcew, Yakiv Bystrov and Marcin Kleban offers a valuable result of a joint intercultural project between two universities from the neighbouring countries of Poland and Ukraine.

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