LEARNING CROSS-CULTURE IN PLANTING SOCIAL VALUES FOR STUDENTS


Triyo Supriyatno, Samsul Susilawati
Vol-129-Issue-Sep-16-2020

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Abstract

Cross-Cultural Learning is a teaching and learning process that trains future learners to remove the barriers between learning in the classroom, and real-life in society between modern science and traditional knowledge and especially between the younger generation with existing cultural heritage. The object of research is foreign students of UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang. Cross-cultural learning is learning local genius culture to foreign students. Culture is the integration of knowledge, beliefs, and human behavior that is very dependent on their ability to learn and give it to the next generation about the knowledge they have. In transferring cultural knowledge that is owned can be done through social communication using language facilities. Besides, to integrate knowledge and belief systems as the basis of cultural behavior, it can be through how the language patterns are made.

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