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Title: A Study on the Input Modality of L2 Literary Adaptations and Cross-Cultural Sensitivity
Authors: Saeedi, Zari
Ahmadi Fatalaki, Javad
Amini, Ehsan
Keywords: Intercultural-sensitivity
audio-only listening
text-based reading
audio-visual tasks
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Khazar University Press
Citation: Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
Series/Report no.: Volume 19;№ 2
Abstract: In the last few decades, by the substantial contribution to the nature of the taskbased language instruction in EFL settings, several considerations have been taken into account regarding the internal aspects of tasks. As a result, the juxtaposition and manipulation of the task’s elements took the priority over the simplistic view of some language acquisition models dealing ultimately with a fixed range of structures. However, there are misunderstandings about the potentiality of the prototypical task types to raise the learners’ preparation levels to confront with the unexpected circumstances. In this regard, the potential contribution of the typical task types irrespective of the cultural attributes will lead to an imperfect perception of the societal norms within the target languages. Thus, the cultural norms and concepts, which are interwoven with the linguistic codes, play the significant roles of encoding and decoding the discourse constituents.
ISSN: 2223-2613
Appears in Collections:2016, Vol. 19, № 2

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