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In the global world, you will have to communicate in English no matter what kind of job you have. This course will help you improve your communication skills for the workplace.
Bachelor degree skills: English literacy
Students should be able to understand business terminology and vocabulary.
Students should be able to conduct meetings and give presentation in English.
*The schedule is subject to change based on the needs of the class.
Week 1. Introductions & Syllabus Overview
Week 2. Unit 1: Meeting People (1)Introducing yourself
Week 3. Unit 1: Meeting People (2)Developing conversation
Week 4. Unit 2: Telephoning
Week 5. Unit 3: Schedules and Appointments (1)Talking about schedules
Week 6. Unit 3: Schedules and Appointments (2)Making an appointment
Week 7. Unit 6: Talking about Decisions (1)Cause and effect
Week 8. Unit 6: Talking about Decisions (2)Business decisions
Week 9. Unit 7: Complaints and Problems
Week 10.Unit 11: Meetings and Discussions
Week 11.In-Class Meetings
Week 13.Unit 12: Speaking in Public
Week 14.In-Class Presentation (1)
Week 15.In-Class Presentation (2)
We will develop your speaking and listening skills through role-play.
Besides, you will have chances to make successful meetings and effective presentation.
Mid-term essay 15
Final essay 25%
Oral presentation 30
Class participation 30%
Roger Barnard and Jeff Cady, Business Venture 2, Oxford University Press, 3110 yen + tax.
Bob Disgnen, Communicating in Business English, Compass Publishing.
Classroom language is English. You are asked to talk and write in English.
Join the class actively and be ready for the workplace!
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