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Surviving in a Global World

Authors Junji Nakagawa / Justin Charlebois
Genres Intercultural Communication / Four Skills
Format B5 / 80P
Price 1,900yen(2,090yen including tax)
ISBN 9784791972098
Audio Language Amer E
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A multi-skills textbook designed to help make students aware of how to live in a global society. It contains 12 topics useful for cross-cultural communication, such as global human resources, reading the atmosphere, and defining what it is to be a global citizen. Each chapter of around 350 words is written in an easy-to-read style and structured to facilitate comprehensive study. In addition, the teacher’s manual contains self-evaluation sheets for students and review quizzes for all units.


Globalization and the Global Society
How Do You Define a Global Citizen?
You Can Become a Global Citizen
Saying “Yes” or “No” Clearly
Start Conversations with a Nice Compliment
Why Can’t People Read the Atmosphere?
Don’t Be Afraid to Make Mistakes
Develop the Ability to Express Your Thoughts
Prepare for Culture Shock
Overcome Communication Gaps in This Way
Effective Ways to Reduce Stress
Have a Positive Way of Thinking
(Total 12 Units)