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What is Worldview?       What is a People Group?
Culture, Learning and Communication     Multi-Cultural People Groups
How to Do Research on the Web       Cities and People Groups

How to Learn a Language and a Culture

Dr. Orville Boyd Jenkins

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Introductory Perspectives
Study or Learn
Basic Goals
The Society

Philosophy of Language/Culture Learning
General Approaches
Culture-Learning and Personality
Scheduling Learning Activities

Cultural Role and Language Proficiency
Host People's Perception
Language and Personality
Work in Orientation
Dynamic and Relational Approach
Relational Skills

[PDF]Cultural Investigation Guide:  Getting Acquainted with Your New Home

Language in Society (Aspects of Language)
Cultural
Social
Cognitive
Physical

Principles and Techniques of Language Learning
Principles
Techniques

Proficiency as Progress:  Defining Cross-Cultural Communication Competence

Approaches to Language
Learning Sequence
Models
Levels of Progress
Approaches to Grammar
What is Grammar?

Transfer of Language Experience

Philosophy of Proficiency Evaluation

Menu of Learning Guides and Evaluation Instruments -- PDF

Series Posted 06 July 2000
This menu last edited 21 September 2009

Orville Boyd Jenkins, Ed.D., Ph.D.

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What is Worldview?       What is a People Group?
Culture, Learning and Communication     Multi-Cultural People Groups
How to Do Research on the Web        Cities and People Groups

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