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  • Developing Intercultural Competence October 30, 2007
  • Today’s Goals
    • Announcements and HW for next time (2:00-2:05)
    • Warm-up (2:05-2:10)
    • Intercultural competence discussion (2:10-2:25)
    • Double look thinking experiment (2:25-3:15)
  • Homework for next time…
    • Complete the Language Strategy Use Inventory SA pp. 21-28 and bring it to class with you
    • Read SA pp. 167-172; be prepared to discuss
  • Warm-up – Intercultural 1 minute paper
    • In just one minute (timed!) you will write how you define Intercultural Competence and how a study abroad experience might help you to work toward increasing your intercultural competence
    • 1 minute to think; 1 minute to write
    • Collect and redistribute to someone else; then discuss briefly
  • What is intercultural competence?
    • When you feel effective in the host culture and others see you as effective
    • Any examples or personal experiences to share?
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  • Activity: Double-Loop Thinking
    • “Seeing Two Perspectives”
    • Goal: to analyze a cross-cultural encounter from at least 2 perspectives – the viewpoints of both of those involved