Special course "Business English"

The program is designed for grades 10-11 classes that already have basic skills in the English language. Learning objectives include studying vocabulary, including business terminology in the context of authentic materials obŝedelovoj or professional focus, and the development of effective communication in business skills, which are necessary for oral and written communication with native speakers.

Thus, the following goals and objectives of the learning business English course:

The learning process includes:

Education-thematic plan

    1. The visit of a foreign partner. Meeting at the airport, explore occupations, greetings, thanks, goodbye, forms of address.
    2. The device to work. Profile. The cover letter. The Summary.
    3. The Summary. Interview. A thank you letter. What to and not to do in search of work.
    4. On a business trip. A phone conversation with the company, ordering hotel, buying a plane ticket.
    5. Fax, e-mail. Common abbreviations used in business correspondence.
    6. Differences between English and American English. The global Internet network.
    7. Arrival in the country. Customs and passport control.
    8. At the airport. At the train station. Schedule.
    9. Transport.
    10. Life and service (hotel services, restaurants).
    11. Life and service (fast food, car rental).
    12. At the firm. Familiarity with the firm. Discussion on plans for further work.
    13. A letter of offer. The spirit of the organization.
    14. Forms of business organization.
    15. At the exhibition. Visiting the exhibition. Interview with a representative of the company.
    16. The Order. Confirm or reject orders.
    17. Types of companies in the Uk and CAN.
    18. Wholesale and retail trade.
    19. Agents. Advertisement. Marketing.
    20. Sales letter. Advertising as a career in the United States.
    21. Health Care. At the doctor. Doctors and pills.
    22. Money. Forms of payment, cash, currency.
    23. Payment as the most important link in international trade transactions.
    24. Foreign trade.
    25. The Contract. Money and checks in England and CAN.
    26. In the Bank. The differences in American and English business terminology.
    27. Check out the home.
    28. To change the order. Taxes back home. Shops.
    29. The counter query. Review of the order. Change of conditions.
    30. Protection of consumer rights.
    31. Claims and complaints: backorder, delay in delivery, violation of the terms of the contract.
    32. Letter-complaint and response.
    33. Public holidays in the United Kingdom and the United States.
    34. Small business in the United States.
    35. Business contacts.
    36. Structure of the business letter.