Why teachers should incorporate other languages, cultures into lessons

08/5/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Exposing students to a second language or other cultures can improve their overall language skills, open-mindedness of other people and future career prospects, English-language educator Marc Anderson writes in this blog post. He suggests teachers of all grades and subject matters use other cultures in their curriculum -- such as a comparative literature unit or a themed international night offering food, music and games from other countries.

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