Culture and Cultural Capital in the languages classroom.

Presentation by Rachel Hawkes for the Association for Language Learning (ALL) London webinar held on 5 December 2020.

Most (all?!) teachers would say that language and culture are linked, and you can’t teach one without the other. What do we mean when we say this? What is culture in the languages classroom? How can we integrate cultural content in an optimum way? How does language learning contribute to our learners’ cultural capital?

Watch the session recording on YouTube: http://www.ncelp.org/vid/ALL-Dec5-20 .

Link to second session on 'Making practice meaningful': https://resources.ncelp.org/concern/resources/rx913q643?locale=en .

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