Developing Multilingual and Multicultural Competence in the Context of Learning Norwegian at Bachelor Level


Dialogos, 20(36), 32-47 (2019) .


The field of foreign language learning has gradually acknowledged the intertwined
relationship between language and culture. This, in turn, led to the development of new
goals as concerns the learning of a foreign language. This paper presented various
theoretical aspects related to the need of addressing cognitive, affective and behavioural
aspects when interacting in a diverse sociocultural context while using a foreign language
as a means of communication. The paper also intended to provide practical aspects related
to good practices that have been used in the Norwegian BA programme. Thus, students
were encouraged to acquire various skills in order to become proficient communicators in
different communicative instances and in diverse multicultural contexts

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