The author points out that “even the most homogenous EFL class will have some cultural variety” and presents a “buffet” of activities designed to help students become curious about the differences they discover, analyze cultural values, and improve skills needed to communicate effectively with people of other cultures.
Ingrid Brita Mathew
Finding Heterogeneity in Cultural Homogeneity
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