The unit is taught in 13 weeks of 2 hours of seminar on Tuesdays from 4.00 to 6.00 pm in 25 Wally's Walk room A208.
Special Circumstances are applied to this unit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which means you are welcome to attend this unit remotely until such time this arrangement changes. Prior to the scheduled seminar meeting, students are expected to have read the assigned chapter and/or journal article.
This unit is delivered in blended mode, which means that both internal and external students are expected to work through the online materials. Specific readings and activities need to be done prior to the Tuesday meeting. These will be clearly outlined in the Weekly Plan folder.
Full details of the reading list and the assessment tasks are available in the unit’s iLearn site. You are expected to familiarise yourself with the site and access the resources available to you for this unit. There are 2 folders, in particular, that you need to regularly access: Weekly Plan and Assessment Tasks.
There is a set textbook for this unit.
Piller, I. (2017). Intercultural Communication: A Critical Introduction (Second Edition). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Additional readings are also set for each week, and these are available in Leganto. These are also outlined in the Weekly Plan. It is important that you read the assigned reading(s) for each week to be able to participate well in the discussions.