Writing to Host Nationals as Cross-Cultural Collaborative Learning in Study Abroad
Keywords:study abroad, host nationals, cross-cultural learning
This essay is thus written for study-abroad instructors and directors who have been or who are interested in using writing as an effective structure of experiential education in study-abroad programs.
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