Intercultural Communication (ICIS)

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  • Dear Colleagues ~ Amal is a 12-foot tall*, nine-year-old Syrian girl, a refugee -- and a puppet. In ...

  • Thank you, Roxanna! ------------------------------ Ramin Yazdanpanah, PhD Past ICIS Chair TESOL USA ...

  • TESL-EJ.org is an open access journal. It has no official connection to TESOL. There are over 1000 ...

  • Thanks a lot, Prof. Thomas! I was wondering if the articles are available to nonTESOL members? I would ...

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  • If the audience is future TESOL educators, I'd recommend Zsuzsanna Ittzés Abrams'  Intercultural Communication ...

  • Hello, I am currently a master's student in a course on intercultural communication. The book we are ...

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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The Intercultural Communication Interest Section (ICIS) addresses the ever growing needs of language teachers who must engage in intercultural communication even when they are teaching in their home countries. For the ESOL teacher who faces a classroom of students from different language and cultural backgrounds, or the TEFL teacher who has to adapt to a new cultural environment, ICIS provides teaching methods, reflective discussions, and online/in-person sessions that can help these professionals be more effective in the classroom.

LEADERS, 2021-2022

CoChairs: @Natalia Balyasnikova and @Jennifer Lacroix
CoChair-Elects: @Barbara Lapornik and @Andrea Lypka
Past-Chairs: @Roxanna Senyshyn and @Amy Chastain
Editors: @Leslie Bohon and @Josephine Prado
Community Managers: @Sharon Tjaden-Glass and @Andrea Lypka
Members-at-Large: @Ha ThiThanh Nguyen@Ramin Yazdanpanah@Amina Douidi, and @Soyoung Han

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