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100 1  Dervin, Fred 
245 10 Linguistics for Intercultural Education 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bJohn Benjamins Publishing Company,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
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490 1  Language Learning & Language Teaching ;|vv.33 
505 0  Linguistics for Intercultural Education -- Editorial page 
       -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- 
       Introduction: Linguistics for intercultural education -- 
       1. Introduction -- 2. A different approach: Linguistics 
       for intercultural education? -- 3. What is the 
       "intercultural" in "intercultural education"? -- 4. 
       Language and intercultural education -- 5. What linguistic
       approaches can benefit intercultural education? -- 6. A 
       proposal: Four emphases -- 7. About this volume -- 
       Acknowledgements -- References -- I. Developing 
       intercultural competence through the use of linguistics --
       Avoiding the essentialist trap in intercultural education:
       Using critical discourse analysis to read -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Nationalist standard practices and 
       intercultural education -- 3. The uses and utility of 
       critical discourse analysis -- 4. Objectification, 
       prescription, and alignment in essentialized language 
       instruction -- 5. Objectification, prescription, and 
       alignment in an alternative to nationalist essentialism --
       6. Discussion -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- Linking 
       learning objectives of linguistic savoir-faire and 
       intercultural competence in mobility expe -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Articulating objectives of linguistic 
       and intercultural competence -- 3. Materials and method --
       4. Analysis -- 5. Conclusions -- References -- A place for
       pragmatics in intercultural teaching and learning -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Methodology -- 3. Data -- 4. Conclusion
       -- References -- Strategy-based learning of pragmatics for
       intercultural education -- 1. The role of pragmatics in 
       intercultural education -- 2. Language learner strategies 
       -- 3. A strategic approach to the learning and performance
       of speech acts -- 4. The research design -- 5. The 
       findings -- 6. Discussion and conclusions -- References --
       Appendix: 
505 8  Making the 'invisible' visible: A conversation analytic 
       approach to intercultural teaching and learn -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Overview of intercultural language 
       learning -- 3. Making the 'invisible' visible through talk
       -in-interaction -- 4. Chinese Mandarin telephone openings 
       and the use of ni hao ma -- 5. Analysis of language 
       learners' use of ni hao ma -- 6. Using CA as an effective 
       tool in ILT and ILL -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- 
       Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- II. Linguistics for studying 
       interculturality in education -- Language teachers and 
       learners interpreting the world: Identifying intercultural
       development in lang -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Linguistics 
       and its possibilities for understanding intercultural 
       learning -- 3. The language lesson -- 4. Language teachers
       and learners interpreting their worlds -- References -- 
       Constructing a relationship to otherness in web-based 
       exchanges for language and culture learning -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Discourse analysis of the 
       'intercultural' -- 3. Cultura -- 4. A methodology for 
       understanding the "inter" -- 5. Positioning of the 
       students: Some linguistic markers -- 6. The contextual 
       constraints of discourse -- 7. Discussion and conclusion -
       - References -- Complex and symbolic discursive encounters
       for intercultural education in plurilingual times -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 2. Symbolic competence as a way of 
       understanding intercultural competence -- 3. Plurilingual 
       competence, code-switching and trilingual education -- 4. 
       Social representations of plurilingual competence and 
       language uses by French-German learners -- 5. Conclusions 
       and open questions -- References -- Appendix -- Index 
520    The goal of this chapter is to present some new ways of 
       conceptualizing linguistic competence in relation to 
       intercultural education. With the impact of globalization,
       immigration, new technologies, and the competitiveness of 
       national and international markets, multilingualism 
       represents the practical norm. It has been deemed a tool 
       for local integration and international mobility. In the 
       school context, the question of a plurilingual and 
       pluricultural identity has also become important and 
       research incorporating language biographies has tended to 
       focus on the subjective view of linguistic and cultural 
       learning and on the significance of the interaction of 
       identities (Inter, an indicator of relationship and not of
       a simple juxtaposition). It is this plurality or notion of
       plurilingual competence that is of issue and holds 
       significance in this chapter, particularly as regards 
       intercultural education. In drawing upon an 
       interdisciplinary approach, which combines sociolinguistic,
       psycholinguistic, and educational perspectives, we 
       demonstrate how linguistics has much to offer 
       intercultural education today 
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650  0 Cross-cultural orientation.;Intercultural 
       communication.;Language and culture.;Language and 
       education.;Language and languages -- 
       Variation.;Multicultural education 
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