언어와 다른 인종의 소통의 다른점을 어떻게 조사할지에 관한
about reducing potential communication problems between teachers and new foreign students. The reason behind my proposal is ‘to give an overview of the other cultural dimensions, stereotyping (race, ethnicity and ancestry), nonverbal communication, classroom etiquette and written communication’ for a successful school life in another country.
Before going into the details in these areas, I will show some short examples.
A French student and a Swedish student are in a class room. They start to talk for 15mins.
On the other hand, the Swedish student keeps silent and listens. After 15mins, the Swedish student says ‘I have to go’ and leaves the classroom.
In this situation, what do they think about each other?
The French student could
In his study, it shows how different Asian and western people are in their thoughts. They would show their behavior and way of thinking in the classroom. These things affect their class attitude and interaction with teachers and friends. When it comes to communicating across different cultures, understanding the language may be just the beginning. Understanding non-spoken expression in various cultural contexts is also an important part of communication. Successful communication between people across cultures requires not only an understanding of language but also of the nonverbal aspects such as behavior, thinking, attitude, and the meaning of silent communication. When two people who are from different native language countries have
. M. 2006.The Ethnography of Communication. Blackwell Publishing.