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Study on the Intercultural Communication Ability of English Teachers in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Background of International Education

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DOI: 10.23977/langta.2018.11002 | Downloads: 22 | Views: 1171

Author(s)

Aimei Yang 1

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1 Wenzhou Vocational & Technical College, Wenzhou, China

Corresponding Author

Aimei Yang

ABSTRACT

With the continuous development of global economic integration, global cultural exchanges have also changed. Education also needs to be in line with international standards, contact with education resources in other places, and generate communication and collision between different cultures. In the context of current international education, teachers' intercultural communication ability is indispensable. Intercultural communication not only needs communication at the language level but also involves culture and its related elements. In this study, the current situation of intercultural communication ability of English teachers in higher vocational colleges and the reasons for this situation are mainly discussed. Based on the actual situation of teachers in higher vocational colleges, the effective strategies of cultivating their intercultural awareness are put forward, so as to offer suggestions for improving the overall level of intercultural communication ability of English teachers in higher vocational colleges.

KEYWORDS

Intercultural communication, English teachers, Vocational colleges

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Aimei, Y., Study on the Intercultural Communication Ability of English Teachers in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Background of International Education. Journal of Language Testing & Assessment (2018) Vol. 1: 14-23.

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