CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IN CROSS – CULTURAL CONTEXT
Keywords:cross-cultural setting, multicultural, management, classroom, communication, facilitator, culture
AbstractThe subject to be discussed in the present article is classroom management in cross-cultural context. The main reason for the choice of this particular choice was determined mostly by the necessity of varying English language teachers’ management skills and teaching techniques in a mixed linguistic classroom. The aim of the research is to explore the ways of improving classroom management skills in a cross-cultural context.
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