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It is not important for the students to come up with the correct diagnosis or treatment, but to use the clinical problem as a focus to acquire the knowledge in order to meet the learning objectives [. ]. , 2008). In the first session, the tutor presents the group of about 10 with a case study that acts as a ‘trigger’. A chairperson and record-keeper are selected from among the students: the chairperson directs the discussion, with some possible input from the tutor when necessary. The students then make hypotheses and identify learning issues.

The American Standards: Preparing for multicultural citizenship The American Standards are explicitly designed to encourage teachers and learners to address the practices and engage with the products of diverse cultures as a way of ‘decentring’ from familiar perspectives and estranging familiar values. Cross-cultural engagement is embedded into language learning through a process of comparison and making connections between communities. Thus, the American Standards recognise that modern languages can be learnt through content-based courses on a variety of subjects, such as history, social studies, science and the fine arts.

The learners might role-play a dialogue between a doctor and a man who wishes to keep his treatment secret from his wife, using whatever linguistic resources they can draw upon. The teacher then might review the learners’ performance, drawing attention to ways of enhancing their linguistic performance. Lloyd and Bor (2009: 137) suggest that: Asking future-oriented and hypothetical questions is a non-confrontational device that that will help some patients to consider ideas that they might otherwise fear to address.

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