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Try intercomprehension

When and why it is better to try to understand the languages of "the others" - than to use a lingua franca
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Erik Hemming

on 4 March 2011

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Transcript of Try intercomprehension

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Try Intercomprehension between Languages
Message
Ethos
Logos
Pathos
Object(ive)
Subject(ive)
Personal
Cultural
Natural
Lifelong Learning
Constructing meaning
Building trust
Making sense of a text is a special case of making sense of the world (de Beaugrande, 1980).
Clues
Relation
Situation
Context
Context
Text
Section
Sentence
Word
Morpheme
Phoneme
International Vocabulary
Common Heritage Vocabulary
Sound Correspondences
Spelling and Pronunciation
Common Syntactic Structures
Conjugations
Prefixes and Suffixes
Lingusitic Similarity
Newspapers
Magazines (weeklies, professional, special interest, comics)
Radio, TV
Music/lyrics
Novels (especially low-brow)
Textbooks/specialist literature
Learning materials (CDs, cassettes, educational TV/radio, computer programs)
Poetry/philosophy/religion
Films (DVD/video/TV)
Writing (letters/e-mail/blogs)
Forms (filling out)
Conversations (work, authorities, shops, friends, discussion groups)
Advertising (direct mail, web, newspapers, TV)
Electronic menus (telephones, iPods, electronic devices)
Product information (manuals, warning texts)
Computer programs
Competence Transfer
Methods
Authentic materials
• communication in the mother tongue
• communication in the foreign languages
• mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology
• digital competence
• learning to learn
• interpersonal, intercultural and social competences and civic competence
• entrepreneurship
• cultural expression
According to Hofmann (2009) the following attitudes are necessary for a person to be successful in learning to learn, a so-called meta-competence:
• “Self-motivation and endurance in learning, don’t give up when you hit a problem
• Inner willingness for personal development and to change the present situation
• Self-confidence and self-awareness
• Positive attitude towards learning
• Willingness to support and motivate others in their learning and the ability to search for support from others”
It follows that facilitators of learning should be equipped with the following attitudes (Hofmann, 2009):
• Authentic willingness to support the learners on their way
• Genuine trust that a learner knows best his/her own needs
• Empathy in transparent relationships with learners
• Awareness of the life-long learning context in which the learning activity takes place
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