Training Strategies of Cross-Cultural Communication Competence in Chinese Police College

Wei BAI

Abstract


Meeting the requirements of social development, Police colleges should be enhance their global awareness to cultivate their students of intercultural communicative competence. The author try to combine cross-cultural communication theories with metacognitive strategies, making use of metacognitive strategy to promote learners’ autonomous learning ability, accordingly, improving the competence of international communication in the teaching of Police College.


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Intercultural communicative competence; Metacognitive strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5059

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