College English Teaching and Cultivation of Intercultural Communicative Competence
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the Purpose of College English Teaching is to Cultivate Students' Intercultural Communication Ability and Realize Intercultural Communication. the Traditional College English Teaching in Our Country Neglects the Cultivation of Students' Awareness of Cultural Differences, Which Results in Their Low Intercultural Communicative Competence. Learners Are Exposed to as Many Information Resources about the Life of the Target Language Country as Possible Outside the Teaching Materials, and Pay Attention to Seeking the Improvement of Cross-Cultural Communication Ability from Simple Life Practice. the Cultivation of Cultural Awareness Should Not Be Carried out in Isolation, But in Daily Language Teaching and Daily Life. the Cultivation of Students' Cross-Cultural Communicative Competence Can Be Carried out by Means of Comparative Method, Classroom Communication or Special Introduction, Reading Literary Works, Etc. Learning from Modern Language Teaching Theory and Cross-Cultural Communication Theory, We Can Correct the Tendency of Attaching Importance to Language Knowledge and Skills and Belittling Cultural Factors in Foreign Language Teaching. on This Basis, a Brand-New College English Teaching Mode Based on Cross-Cultural Communication is Constructed.
College English Teaching; Cross-Cultural Communication; Ability Training