culture and communication, Humanities

Globalisation has impacted in various spheres of our lives and has made our world become small. In the educational field, classrooms have become smaller and increasingly culturally diverse where skills like inter-cultural communication have become a prerequisite.

(a) With reference to the above statement, explain the term intercultural communication in an educational context.

(b) Using examples, describe five challenges that an international classroom might face while delivering lectures to culturally diverse students.

(c) Suggest two strategies you would propose to improve the communication process among students of diverse cultures.
Posted Date: 2/13/2014 7:21:09 AM | Location : Mauritius

Related Discussions:- culture and communication, Assignment Help, Ask Question on culture and communication, Get Answer, Expert's Help, culture and communication Discussions

Write discussion on culture and communication
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Role of a Thesaurus in Indexing and Searching   The thesaurus contributes to consistency in  indexing between indexers and reduces incorrect term assignments to a great extent

Cross Reference Entry   "A Cross Reference Entry enters a document under one or other of the classes other than the dominant focus or class  For example, suppose the book is

Canadian Politics- In one sense, the Constitution of Canada is extremely old and in the other sense, this is new.The Constitution Act of 1867 formerly termed as the British North A

Animal Behavior -It is the scientific study of the wild and wonderful ways wherein animals interact along with each other, along with the other living beings and also with the envi

what are some of the issues that results from dependency on modern media

What is Ageing and Health- ? Please provide me report on Ageing and Health . It is about 2000 words count report on topic Ageing and Health . Ageing and Health- Ageing, irre

Analytical Entries   Sometimes we may wish to draw the attention of a library user to a part or parts of a book which we feel may otherwise escape the attention of the user. A

The Development of Chan (Zen) Buddhism Amitabha Buddha Buddha of the Western Paradise, a.k.a. Pure Land Buddhism. Intercession of the help of this Buddha: if you recite his

"In China, Buddhism apparently took root among the common people before it found popularity with the elite. In Japan, despite the leading role of the state and great families i