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Employers' Viewpoints on Strategic Competence for Workplace Communication
International Journal of Education
Strategic competence refers to the use of both verbal and nonverbal communication to (1) compensate for breakdowns in communication, (2) manage insufficient competence in communication, or (3) enhance the effectiveness of communication (Canale, 1983). In the teaching and learning of English as a second or foreign language, such strategies are useful to ensure that messages are communicated accurately despite limitations in vocabulary or grammatical competence. In the context of higherdoi:10.5296/ije.v14i3.19998 fatcat:56fvdxasj5ghdgw2zkwhg2cxv4