This month we welcome Dr.Lindsey Macdonald as our guest blogger for the HubICL Hubbub newsletter at In her blog Macdonald interviews Dr. Matthew Goode about his original intercultural learning tool "Childhood Saying," curated into the Intercultural Learning Hub at Would you like to contribute an activity to the HubICL Toolbox? The process is simple. To get started, go to close

Tags: Nonverbal Communication

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  1. Introduction to Communication: open source textbook compiled by Tony Arduini

    Collections | 19 Feb 2019 | Posted by Julie Medlin

    Includes chapters on culture and communication and on diversity in group interactions. Otherwise, material does not address intercultural learning explicitly.

  2. Nonverbals can be as important as conversation skills

    Collections | 18 Jan 2022 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    Don't neglect nonverbal communication in the language classroom! Not only can attention to nonverbals be very helpful to language learners in interpreting what they hear, but also they can get...

  3. An oldie but a goodie

    Collections | 18 Jan 2022 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    This activity, the Scissors Game, has been around forever, but I still like it because it is simple, fun, kinesthetic, and effectively makes the point that students need to pay attention to other...

  4. Focusing on space

    Collections | 18 Jan 2022 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    Draw a House is a good proxemics activity. Rather than the more typical focus of personal space bubbles in most proxemic learning exercises, this one emphasizes the differences in how people around...