Power and authenticity: Moving from the classroom to the museum

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Abstract

It is well known tbat tbe spatial environment bas an impact on people's learning. Tbe author takes ber language classes to an art museum to use tbe exhibits as stimulants for target language communication.Tbis article provides a theoretical exploration of some of tbe underlying concepts tbat are affected by spatial sbifts. It is argued tbat space is interconnected to power and authenticity and tbat we need to analyze tbis tbreefold structure in order to understand bow learners and educators experience spatial sbifts.

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  • authenticity
  • museum
  • power
  • space

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