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Author Shaules, Joseph, author
Title Language, culture, and the embodied mind : a developmental model of linguaculture learning / Joseph Shaules
Imprint Singapore : Springer, [2019]
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 人文社會聯圖  P118.2 .S5519 2019    AVAILABLE    30630020133912
Descript xi, 228 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references
Part 1: Background. Deep learning, language and culture -- Introduction -- Deep language and culture learning -- Globalization and deep culture learning -- The intuitive mind -- Deep learning -- The psychology of linguaculture learning -- Part 2: Theory. The Developmental Model of Linguaculture Learning -- Language and culture pedagogy -- The language and culture debate -- An embodied view of linguaculture -- A developmental model of linguaculture learning -- The DMLL as a roadmap to learning -- Part 3: Practice. A user's guide to the DMLL -- FAQs of a linguaculture learning approach -- The DMLL in Language Learning -- Deep culture learning -- 15. Conclusion
"There is an odd contradiction at the heart of language and culture learning: Language and culture are, so to speak, two sides of a single coin-language reflects the thinking, values and worldview of its speakers. Despite this, there is a persistent split between language and culture in the classroom. Foreign language pedagogy is often conceptualized in terms of gaining knowledge and practicing skills, while cultural learning goals are often conceptualized in abstract terms, such asawareness or criticality. This book helps resolve this dilemma. Informed by brain and mind sciences, its core message is that language and culture learning can both be seen as a single, interrelated process-the embodiment of dynamic systems of meaning into the intuitive mind. This deep learning process is detailed in the form of the Developmental Model of Linguaculture Learning (DMLL). Grounded in dynamic skill theory, the DMLL describes four developmental levels of language and culture learning, which represents a subtle, yet important shift in language and culture pedagogy. Rather than asking how to add culture into language education, we should be seeking ways to make language and culture learning deeper-more integrated, embodied, experiential and transformational. This book provides a theoretical approach, including practical examples, for doing so"--Page 4 of cover
Subject Second language acquisition
Intercultural communication
Multicultural education
Intercultural communication. fast (OCoLC)fst00976084
Multicultural education. fast (OCoLC)fst01028816
Second language acquisition. fast (OCoLC)fst01110576
Hochschulbildung. (DE-588)4160198-1 gnd
Kulturkontakt. (DE-588)4033569-0 gnd
Spracherwerb. (DE-588)4056458-7 gnd
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