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    • 1. International and Intercultural Study August 23, 2007 Day 1
    • 2. Plan for the day
      • Introduce course and goals of semester (11-11:15)
      • Why are you here? (11:15-11:30)
      • What’s in a Name? (11:30-12:00)
      • Review Syllabus (12:00-12:15)
    • 3. Goals of course
      • Understand the role of communication in culture
      • Develop a higher sensitivity to cultural differences and variables
      • Become more aware of your own culture and communication styles
      • Analyze cases of intercultural contact to understand what happens and why
    • 4. Goals of course
      • Learn about barriers to intercultural communication
      • Increase sensitivity to your own cultural background and its impact on how you communicate
      • Prepare for a successful study or work abroad experience
    • 5. What is culture?
      • Brainstorm ideas alone and then with a partner
    • 6. What is culture?
    • 7. What is intercultural communication?
      • Brainstorm ideas alone and then with a partner
    • 8. What is intercultural communication?
    • 9. Why are you here?
      • Discuss two reasons you decided to take this course with a partner? What do you hope to gain from taking this course? How will it benefit you in your studies and future career?
    • 10. What’s in a Name?
      • Go to the board, write down your full name, and tell a story that explains an aspect of your name.
    • 11. Syllabus
      • Blog (1x/week)
      • Projects
      • Exchange partner meetings
    • 12. Homework
      • Fill out “Culture-Learning Strategies Inventory” on pp. 29-34 in Maximizing Study Abroad (SA) .
      • Meet in Ted Mimms FL Learning Center (HuCl 102) on Tuesday for intro to blogging