Reviews: Intercultural communication

4 reviews found for "Intercultural communication"
Book review : Get global! A practical guide to integrating the global dimension into the primary curriculum
This is a book review of Get global! A practical guide to integrating the global dimension into the primary curriculum edited by Tony Pickford, published by Trentham in 2009, ISBN 9781858564241. It was reviewed by Angela Jaap of the University of Glasgow on behalf of ESCalate. The main focus of Get Global is the curriculum subjects and how they can be useful tools for promoting global ideas in learning. This book is divided into 16 chapters, with...
Book review : Learning to read in a new language : making sense of words and worlds
This is a book review of Learning to read in a new language : making sense of words and worlds by Eve Gregory and published by Sage in 2008, ISBN 9781412928571. It was reviewed by Naomi Flynn of the University of Winchester on behalf of ESCalate. This book explores the issues specific to children learning to read when English is not their home language, and is aimed chiefly at an audience of primary school teachers of second language learners...
Book review : Modern languages in the primary school
This is a book review of Modern languages in the primary school by Philip Hood and Kristina Tobutt, published by Sage in 2009, ISBN 9781848601291. It was reviewed by Liane Purnell of Newman University College on behalf of ESCalate. This book aims to examine ways in which language learning can be made a rich experience for all addressing, as an audience, those with language programmes already in place or those who wish to start language...
Book review : The challenge of teaching controversial issues
This is a book review of The challenge of teaching controversial issues edited Hilary Claire and Cathie Holden, published by Trentham Books in 2007, ISBN 9781858564159. It was reviewed by Daniel Kirk of the American University of Sharjah - United Arab Emirates, on behalf of ESCalate. The book states it is for teachers and coordinators of Citizenship, English, PSHE, drama and humanities. It is divided into three distinct parts (Overview and policy...