Post-colonial English-speaking Cultures in EFL Teaching in Secondary Education

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dc.contributor Jacob Abad, Karen Lesley Sánchez Moll, Cristina 2016-02-10T10:54:00Z 2016-02-10T10:54:00Z 2016-02-10
dc.description.abstract The presence of cultural content in the EFL lesson has changed from being inexistent to almost indispensable. New teaching trends defend the development of intercultural approaches that offer the students the opportunity to learn about countries all around the world and their culture. This master’s dissertation aims to defend the presence of cultural content related to postcolonial English-speaking countries specifically because of the strong relation that exists between these territories and the English language. A teaching proposal that incorporates some of these issues was designed and applied with a group of students of secondary education to study how they respond and react to the appearance of these topics. Results show that if materials are properly adapted, these issues can be undoubtedly tackled and can provide the students with an engaging and enriching experience in terms of knowledge and values. ca
dc.language.iso eng ca
dc.subject.classification Matèries generals UIB::Educació ca
dc.title Post-colonial English-speaking Cultures in EFL Teaching in Secondary Education ca
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis ca
dc.subject.keywords Post-colonial English-speaking countries ca
dc.subject.keywords Culture ca
dc.subject.keywords Textbook ca
dc.subject.keywords Critical pedagogy ca
dc.subject.keywords Països de parla anglesa post-colonials ca
dc.subject.keywords Cultura ca
dc.subject.keywords Llibre de text ca
dc.subject.keywords Pedagogia crítica ca

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