Cultivation of Undergraduates’ Intercultural Communication Competence in English Teaching

Zhaowen SHEN

Abstract


Under the context of present globalization, it’s urgent to develop undergraduates’ intercultural communication competence (ICC). On the explanation of related theories of ICC, this paper will analyze the main obstacles in the improvement of undergraduates’ intercultural communication competence in English teaching with an aim to probe into some solutions as to how to cultivate students’ ICC in the process of English learning.   


Keywords


Intercultural communication; Intercultural communication competence; Undergraduates

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