This study uses task-based language teaching methods and the ABC's teaching model to design courses, combined with multinational remote synchronous teaching, hoping to improve students' intercultural communication abilities. In collaboration with partner institutions in Japan through remote synchronous teaching and direct online interaction, it is hoped to improve students' Japanese expression ability and guide students to reflect on their own culture from experience. Further, it is expected to enhance their understanding of other cultures, and to develop cross-cultural communication skills in the process of direct interaction with Japanese students.
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