we argue that our understanding of culture is socially and historically contingent and that different views on history are not only difficult to grasp but, for many, impossible to accept. We offer a way of language teaching that approaches language as both a personal and a cultural/historical event and that places individual experience into a larger social and historical framework.
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- (no access) - Byram, Katra and Claire Kramsch: Why Is it So Difficult to Teach Language as Culture.pdf, p21
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