刊物属性
  • 刊物名称:校园英语
  • 国内刊号:CN 13-1298/G4
  • 国际刊号:ISSN 1009-6426
  • 邮发代号: 18-116
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  • 时间:2020-01-11 来源:校园英语杂志社

    作者:Ma lin
      【 Abstract 】China’s “One Belt And One Road” has become the most internationally influential initiative. Its solid and steady development trend has brought unprecedented new development opportunities and driving forces for various countries in economy, culture and education. Under this background, talents are even more important. It has become the primary task of universities to cultivate talents who have both native culture and foreign culture and can communicate fluently in foreign languages. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the importance of intercultural communication competence and the strategies for cultivating talents, so as to guide future English teaching practice.
      【 Key words 】Cross-cultural communication; talent training; English teaching
      【作者簡介】Malin,Jilin Institute of Chemical Technology.
      Ⅰ.Definition of intercultural communication competence
      In 1999, professor Hu Wenzhong put forward his own authoritative opinion on its meaning. It is pointed out that cross-cultural communication is the communication among people with different cultural backgrounds. Due to their different cultural backgrounds, local customs, values, personal beliefs,, etc., people will receive and transmit information according to their own understanding. In this process, due to the lack of mutual cultural understanding among them, it is easy to cause language communication barriers.
      Ⅱ.Current situation of intercultural communication
      For many years, we have stressed the importance of reform in English learning, but in fact, we have given English a “tool” label. When it comes to English learning, people naturally use it as a tool for communication. We should know that English is not only a tool of communication, but also a means of transmitting the culture behind it. Therefore, in the future English public class teaching, we should pay attention to the cultural orientation.
      However, for students, due to the long-term influence of exam-oriented education, cross-cultural learning awareness is weak, is still lack of enthusiasm. English learning is faced with the awkward situation of not understanding and speaking. Then, there is still a gap between the spread and introduction of culture in the current English textbooks used in universities. Cultural teaching lacks emphasis, detail and systematicness, which cannot build a bridge for the cultivation of cross-cultural communication for students.
      Ⅲ. The strategies taken by teachers to cultivate students’ competence of cultural communication