Promoting intercultural citizenship in EFL listening materials through digital storytelling
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Intercultural citizenship has been around the corner since the globalization era and the paradigm of English as an international language emerges. The reasons of international posture of a nation along with other and self-nation appreciation are two among some important points to note in all English language learning classes, like listening. However the nature of materials for listening classes in Indonesian contexts is more to assessing listening than teaching listening. It certainly diminishes the potentials of gauging learners to benefit more on the tenet of intercultural citizenship. To fill this gap, a strategy of developing materials for teaching listening by incorporating digital storytelling applications and the use of folklores is proposed. The article highlights the use of literary works as materials’ sources to promote intercultural citizenship. It further explores the how to use digital storytelling to maximize the outcome of the learning of listening skills.
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