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Title: Intercultural Collaborative Learning: Using Role-Play as a Tool
Authors: OGAWA, Naoto
Author's alias: 小川, 直人
Keywords: Intercultural Learning
collaborative learning
cross-cultural training
role play
activity theory
multicultural symbiotic community
Issue Date: Mar-2010
Publisher: Center for Human Activity Theory, Kansai University
出版者の別表記: 関西大学人間活動理論研究センター
Shimei: Actio : an international journal of human activity theory
Volume: 3
Start page: 61
End page: 72
Abstract: This study examines the nature of intercultural collaborative learning. The concept of intercultural collaborative learning involves two types of learning: intercultural learning and collaborative learning. Intercultural learning generally refers to understanding different cultures by subscribing to a philosophy of cultural relativism. Collaborative learning is characterized by cooperating creatively with others in an atmosphere filled with mutual esteem; effective communication; successful utilization of fellow students as resources; an equitable division of labor; divergent and daring thinking; a high degree of interaction; mutual trust, influence, acceptance and support; emotional involvement; and coordination of effort. In this study, cross-cultural training using roleplay is analyzed from the point of view of activity theory. Through this analysis, role-play is found to be a useful tool to promote intercultural collaborative learning in effective and creative ways. Intercultural collaborative learning may help to build a multicultural symbiotic community to foster creative and innovative activity in the global village.
type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/7570
ISSN: 18821065
NCID: AA12212533
Text Version: publisher
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