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Globalization has made intercultural interactions more frequent and complex than ever before. Language learners today need not only linguistic skills, but also the ability to deal with cultural differences. The Japanese government has in recent years implemented numerous “global” projects aimed at cultivating in learners the skills necessary to bec...
Teachers often struggle to bring a communicative approach to the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) classroom, yet the fundamental goal of EAP is to cultivate in students the communicative skills they need to study in an English-medium university environment. Curriculum development and course design are essential elements of a successful academic...
Communication in today's global context is complex, and language learners nowadays need to be able to react and adapt appropriately and smoothly to negotiate meaning in a range of situations. This has pedagogical implications for language teachers. Where traditional language education focused on imparting knowledge, we now need to consider how to c...
Effective communication in today's global society necessitates more than simple mastery of linguistic forms. With the growing diversity of language users, purposes, and domains comes a new complexity of ideas, assumptions, and cultural differences. This demands a more comprehensive approach to language education. In addition to linguistic competenc...
Investigating classroom methods to help learners cultivate global communicative competence, with special interest in project-based learning.