Contemporary American Civil and Human Rights Drama in the Foreign Language Classroom
This book is mapping the fields of modern output-oriented teaching, intercultural learning, and drama methods in the foreign language class. It explains that drama-based language learning transcends the usual learning scopes in its practical relevance and its far-reaching contextual implications. By including (inter-)cultural aspects, as well as human and civil rights issues, modern teaching can provide students with new frames of references and shifts their attention from an individualistic worldview towards a more tolerant perception of «the other.» The term of «cultura franca» hints at a liberation of cultural restraints and this is exactly what is indispensable in order to educate students to become the interculturally adept speakers our modern time needs.
Part I: Setting the Stage: Culture and its Derivatives in Modern Society
1.1. We are Many Cultures: Who is the I in We?
1.2. Culture and Identity
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