Write Your Own Fairy Tale by Natalie M. Rosinsky

By Natalie M. Rosinsky

Writing counsel and actions to assist readers develop into writers of fairy stories.

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In 2005, the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education identified nearly 100 offshore campuses, including joint ventures whereby the hosting institution is a partner and uses the name of the foreign institution (McBurnie and Ziguras, 2006). In many cases the mother institution is a top-tier university in its home country. In a twinning arrangement, an institution delivers a degree program on foreign soil that is similar to the one offered on the home campus or is slightly modified (Kritz, 2006; Schuerholz-Lehr, 2007).

Do those who excel in the academic arena necessarily thrive in the host culture or are different skills, attributes, and mindsets required for successful intercultural adjustment and engagement? , the host culture). For these linguists, “[l]anguaging is a life skill. : 2–3). : 3). com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromsoe - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-05 Intercultural and Global Competencies 27 28 Intercultural Journeys “Languagers”, for us, are those people, we may even term them “agents” or “language activists”, who engage with the world-inaction, who move in the world in a way that allows the risk of stepping out of one’s habitual ways of speaking and attempt to develop different, more relational ways of interacting with the people and phenomena that one encounters in everyday life.

Educators and theorists in these fields have offered their own unique ideas about what it means to be intercultural. ” How might this ideal be achieved in practice? What steps can be taken to foster what Heyward (2002: 10) refers to as intercultural literacy – “the understandings, competencies, attitudes, language proficiencies, participation and identities necessary for successful cross-cultural engagement”? For Alred, Byram, and Fleming (2006), L2 specialists, becoming intercultural (or “interculturally literate”) entails the following process: • Questioning the conventions and values we have unquestioningly acquired as if they were natural • Experiencing the Otherness of Others of different social groups, moving from one of the many in-groups to which we belong to one of the many out-groups that contrast with them • Reflecting on the relationships among groups and the experience of those relationships • Analyzing our intercultural experience and acting upon the analysis (p.

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