CULTURAL INCORPORATION THROUGH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN INDIA

Authors

  • Mrs. S. ARCHANA Research Scholar, Department of English, KL University, Vaddeswaram, Vijayawada, AP India
  • Dr. K. USHA RANI Assistant Professor, Department of English, KL University, Vaddeswaram, Vijayawada, AP India

Abstract

Communication plays an important role in our day-to-day lives.  It can be used in expressing our thoughts, emotions, feelings, ideas and opinions may be in conformity and in discontentment.  Successful Language Teaching plays a significant role in the mode of communication.  As India is primarily a multi-lingual country, language plays an essential part in elevating cultural communication. There are dissimilar ways we converse with people throughout the country.  The approach in which one keeps up a correspondence with others symbolizes their intelligence, skill, communal status, groups and the ethics which are accepted based on the language in turn leading to incorporation. If the communication is transferred with superior intention retaining the above said features, then it can lead to the well-built reactions, but if it is in the divergent side it may cause tensions and clashes, relating to social distinctiveness and belonging. Thus, Language Teaching influences our thoughts, approaches and manners, leading to cultural assimilation through various approaches in India.  This paper tries to explicate and discuss varied socio-linguistic deviations on a variety of aspects related to masculinity, race, civilization, group, caste and beliefs.  Finally, the paper also suggests some approaches for successful cross-cultural communication which leads to compress cultural differences leading to harmony.  

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Published

2018-08-31