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Online Cafés: Intercultural Learning Communities

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Title:Online Cafés: Intercultural Learning Communities
Authors:National Foreign Language Resource Center
Keywords:online learning
learning communities
Samoan
Japanese
Chinese
show 3 moreFilipino
French
foreign language
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LC Subject Headings:Language acquisition
Distance education
Distance education
Date Issued:21 Sep 2010
Relation:http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/onlinecafes/?page_id=505
Abstract:This 25-minute video describes the Online Cafés project, in which language educators have worked together to design online cafés in which language learners in different locations can engage in intercultural exchange and language practice. The Online Cafés project is an adaptation of the Cultura model for intercultural exchange developed at MIT. Cultura offers ways for language teachers to access the “silent language of culture” (Edward T. Hall) by having their students engage in online intercultural exchanges with speakers of the target language. The Online Cafés project is an adaptation of the Cultura model for intercultural exchange developed at MIT. Cultura offers ways for language teachers to access the “silent language of culture” (Edward T. Hall) by having their students engage in online intercultural exchanges with speakers of the target language. To learn about the background of the project, read an introduction to Cultura and explore the Cultura community site. The Cultura site also has a resource for creating your own exchange.
Description:This 25-minute video describes the Online Cafés project, in which language educators have worked together to design online cafés in which language learners in different locations can engage in intercultural exchange and language practice. The Online Cafés project is an adaptation of the Cultura model for intercultural exchange developed at MIT. Cultura offers ways for language teachers to access the “silent language of culture” (Edward T. Hall) by having their students engage in online intercultural exchanges with speakers of the target language.
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/14546
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