700 Reasons: Reason #235

Reason: 235
Through foreign language education, learners have the opportunity to engage with people with other values, meanings and behaviours, potentially but not necessarily in a pluralist mode... for a multicultural society
Byram, M., Guilherme, H. (2000) cited in Starkey, H. (2002) 'Citizenship, human rights and intercultural education' in Swarbrick, A. (ed) Teaching Modern Foreign Languages in Secondary Schools (London: Routledge Falmer, The Open University), pp. 95-111
Related Keywords:
Intercultural competence, Networking, Values