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Discourse analysis as an approach to intercultural competence in the Advanced EFL classroom

 

Author - Dr Sue Norton


 


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References

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Pulverness, A. (2001) ‘Content-Driven: Materials Design for Intercultural-Awareness’, Paper presented at IATEFL Conference, Brighton, England.

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Todorova, R. (1999) ‘Teaching Intercultural Competence through Advertisements’, IATEFL Literature and Cultural Studies Special Interest Group Newsletter, 17: 2730.


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