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  • COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
  • WHAT IS COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE   The concept of communicative competence involves not only knowledge of the code, but the knowledge of cultural aspects as it is the field of communication.
  • IN SERVICE The term in-service refers to teachers already working in schools, with the explicit purpose of updating and renewing their knowledge, technical skills, etc., for main-training and/or enhancing their efficiency. In fact, the relevance of in-service education can be understood only when viewed in this context.
  • Pre service * Educating pre-service teachers to develop multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skills for teaching diverse students is a major responsibility of teacher education program coordinators and teacher educators. * Numerous studies have discussed and explored the characteristics of teacher preparation that improve pre- service teachers’ competency to teach diverse students.
  • Findings The study found that three characteristics of teacher preparation for diversity reported by pre-service teachers: 1) classroom as a learning community. 2) instructor modeling constructivist and culturally- responsive teaching. 3) field experience for understanding diverse students were significantly associated with positive changes in pre-service teachers’ beliefs about diversity in both personal and professional contexts.
  • Conclusions Creating a sense of community in classrooms, and modeling constructivist and culturally responsive teaching are likely to promote positive beliefs about diversity among pre- service teachers. In addition, field experiences should promote pre-service teachers’ interactions with people from diverse backgrounds, assign a mentor to support their learning experience and promote self reflection, and provide opportunities to understand the connection with diversity coursework.
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  • ALBA LUCÍA BUSTAMANTE V. ¡ Thank you !