Деловой английский язык на курсах для бизнеса по скайпу


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Курсы делового английского языка или Business English Course для тех, чьей целью является работа в международных компаниях или за рубежом, достижение карьерных высот, выстраивание доверительных взаимовыгодных отношений с партнерами, использование деловой переписки.

Курс «Деловой английский язык» лучше всего подойдет для людей, уже знакомых с основами английского. Если вы учите английский с нуля, обратите внимание на курс «Английский язык для начинающих».

  • занятия проходят один на один с преподавателем;
  • рекомендуемая интенсивность — 2-6 урока в неделю;
  • подходит для среднего и продвинутого уровня (Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Advanced);
  • оплата происходит дробно, согласно пакетам;

 

Учебно-методическая литература

ElementaryBusiness Result Elementary, David Grant, John Hughes, Rebecca Turner, Oxford, 2009  
Inter Pre-Intermediate Market leader Business English Course  
Upper Intermediate Market leader Business English Course   
Advanced Upper-Intermediate Market leader Business English Course   

 

Содержание курса

В курсе моделируются реальные рабочие ситуации: от письма англоязычному партнеру и обсуждения нового проекта до выступления на зарубежной конференции. Вы изучите профессиональную лексику и терминологию в бизнес сфере и сможете без труда понимать зарубежных коллег, четко выражать свои мысли и отстаивать свою точку зрения.

 

Курс состоит из:

  • говорения (40%);
  • чтения (5%);
  • письма (25%);
  • аудирования (10%);
  • лексики (10 %);
  • грамматики (15 %).

 

Занятия проводятся по коммуникативной методике

  • В основе процесса — разговорная практика
  • Все общение на английском
  • Вы заговорите с первого урока

 

Цели:

  • формирование и развитие знаний, умений и навыков английского языка для практического применения в бизнес среде и деловой переписке (уровней Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Advanced);
  • развитие всех навыков, приоритетно говорение и деловая переписка, в наименьшем приоритете чтение;
  • равномерное обучение аспектам языка, необходимым для каждого уровня, в наименьшем приоритете находится произношение, регулируется преподавателем в зависимости от потребностей и способностей студента.

 

В результате курса студент научится:

  • обсуждать темы, представленные в курсах;
  • отстаивать свою точку зрения на встречах;
  • ездить в зарубежные командировки;
  • участвовать в обсуждении проектов;
  • грамотно вести деловую переписку;
  • читать СМИ и блоги на английском языке;
  • воспринимать на слух аутентичную речь.

 

Содержание курса бизнес английского по уровням

 

УрокГрамматикаЛексика
  1. Jobs
Present simple — be; possessivesCountries, nationalities, jobs: Japanese, British, technician, managing director, etc
  1. Products & services
Present simpleCompany types and activities: electronics, automobile, produce, provide, etc
  1. Location
There is/there are, some/anyLocation and company buildings: head office, distribution centre, etc
  1. Technology
Adverbs of frequency, questionsTechnology and functions: switch on, enter a password, etc
  1. Communication
Past simple — be and regular verbsDocuments and correspondence: print a hard copy, forward an email, etc
  1. Contacts
Past simple — irregular verbs, time expressionsFood and drink: menu, a coffee, some coffee, etc
  1. Departments
Prepositions of place and movementResponsibilities and departments: be in charge of, Customer Services, etc
  1. Employment
Present continuousEmployment: imaginative, practical, be good at… etc
  1. Competition
ComparativesCompetition: wide choice, high quality, etc
  1. Teamwork
Present continuous — present and future, superlativesWorking in teams: attend meetings, solve problems, etc
  1. Travel
Going to, infinitive of purposeAir travel: check-in, business class, passport control, etc
  1. Schedules
Present perfectCalendars and schedules: busy period, tight deadline, etc
13. Exam

 

 

МодульУрокГрамматикаЛексика
Careers1. Career movesCareer
2. Changing jobsrevision of modal verbs (abilities, requests and offers)a job interview
3. Case study 1: Recruitingmaking contact on the phone.
Companies4. Describing companiesvocabulary to describe companies
5. Two different organisationspresent simple and continuouspresenting a company
6. Case study 2: Investing moneyproposing a strategy for revival and growth
Careers7. Revise and check
Selling8. Making salesvocabulary of making sales.
9. Sales skillsrevision of modal verbs for obligation, necessity and prohibitionqualities that make the best salespeople.
10. Case study 3: Partnershippartnership agreement
11. Working across cultures and revision 1Can, could, wouldrevise or check the topics of careers, companies and selling
Great ideas12. New ideasideas and opportunities.
13. Three great ideasrevision of past simple and past continuous in comparison and contrast; past simple and past continuouslanguage of meetings
14. Successful meetingsparticipating in meetings
15. Revise and check 2
Stress16. Stress in the workplacestress-related vocabulary.
17. Business owners feeling stresscomparing Past simple and Present perfectvocabulary of participating in discussions.
18. Participating in discussionlanguage of participating in discussions.
Entertaining19. Eating and drinkinglanguage of food and describing restaurants.
20. Corporate entertainmentMulti-word verbsbehaviour in the context of entertaining.
21. Organising a conferencegreetings and small talk.
22. Doing business internationallyPast simple, past continuoustopics of ideas, stress and entertaining.
23. Revise and Check
New business24.New businesseconomic terms
25.Business ideastime clausesexchange business information, statistical information
26.Case Study: Suitable LocationNumbersTo expand business, production, location, factory, analysis, revenue, gdp
Marketing27. Marketing pharmaceuticalspartnerships, marketing campaigns
28. Sports goods manufacturerquestionsmaking and receiving phone calls
29.Case Study: Improving salesQuestion formationtelephoning
30. Revise and Check 4
Planning31. Planningbusiness planning
32. To plan or not to planfuture tensesfuture plans
33. Case study: European presslanguage of meetings and planning, preparing a plan for bringing out a new magazine
34.International conference callsTime clauselanguage of telephoning
Management35.Managing skillsPrepositionsmanagement
36. Management and motivationreported speechlanguage of socialising and entertaining
37.Case Study: Search Agencysocializing and entertaining
38. Revise and Check 5
Conflict 39.Conflictword-buildingconflicts, resolving disputes
40. Conflict managementconditionalslanguage of negotiations
41.Case Study: Viable acquisitionnegotiations
Products42. Favourite productsproducts description
43. Launching new productspassive voicelanguage of presentations
44. Case Study: Innovative productProduct, innovative, benefits, to present ideas, qualities
45.Doing business internationallylanguage of presentations and speeches
46. Revise and Check 6
Exam47. Get ready for the exam
48.Exam

 

 

МодульУрокГрамматикаЛексика
Brands1. Brand managementBrand, brand loyalty, successful brand, to like brands, to dislike brands, brand management
2. Building luxury brandsThe Present Simple, the Present ContinuousLuxury brand, newness, expansion, market development, to dominate the market
3. Case study 1: Hudson Inc.Market research, market strategy, to conquer the market, to create a new market, to enter the market
4. British and American EnglishTravel problems

To travel, travel experience, luggage, travelling, comfort, safety, reliability

Travel, hotels, problems5. What business travellers wantWill, will not, to be going to do smth, Present Simple, Present Continuous for futureTraveller, ground staff, an airplane, crew, frequent flyer points, emergency
6. Case study 2: Solving problemsBusiness travel service, to answer the phone, problem solving, travel consultant, account manager
R&C7. Revise and Check
Change, acquisition, conference8. Describing changePrefixes usageChange, significant change, merger, efficient management
9. Helping companies to changeThe Past Simple, the Present PerfectManagement consultant, to go through changes, merger, to manage a meeting
10. Case study 3: AcquisitionAcquisition, CEO, benefit, e-mail, manager, takeover, expansion
11. Revision 1: Polite «No»Accent, to deal with, speaker, conference, meeting, executive, brands
Organisations12. Company structureCompany, company structure, department, successful, employees, hr, r and d, finance department, production department, administration
13. Analysing company organisationnoun combinationsTo analyse, business, sales, management, consumer, research, analysis, survey tool
14. Case study 4: RelocationRelocation, to relocate, staff, to accept the relocation, management committee, attitude, to discuss changes
R&C15. Revise and Check 2
Advertising16. Advertising media and methodsAdvertisement, to advertise, commercial, product endorsement, promotion, billboard, hoarding, product placement
17. How advertising worksArticlesAdvertising
18. Case study 5: AdvertisingAdvertising agency, presentation, advertising company, advertising team, promotion, advertising campaign
Money, trends, investments19. Attitudes to moneyTo keep money, cash, investment, divident, turnover, bankruptcy, to manage investment
20. Describing trendsNumbers prepositionsBusiness transaction, trend, analyst, bear market, bull market, to describe trends, financial analyst
21. Case study 6: Make your pitchFiguresEntrepreneur, business idea, tycoon, to invest, pitch
22. Revision 2: MeetingsOrganization, advertising, money, trends, culture, international meeting
R & C23. Revise and Check
Cultural awareness24. Cultural DifferencesCulture, cultural issues, cultural differences, to do business internationally
25. Cultural ShockShould, must, have toCulture shock, cultural awareness, national stereotype, to communicate, business rules
26. Case study 07Cross-cultural communication, multicultural corporation, social interaction
Human resources27. Employing the right peopleTo employ, to hire, recruitment procedure, to get a job, recruitment agency, application, to apply for, personnel, staff
28. Case study 8 Fast FitnessStaff training, male manager, female manager, job advertisement, candidate
29. Finding a JobInfinitive, -ing formsTo find a job, human resources department, resume, cv, interview, to change job, recruiter
30. Revise and Check 4Staff training, male manager, female manager, job advertisement, candidate
International markets: negotiating31. Free tradeFirst conditional, second conditionalInternational market, free trade, open market, barriers, protected market, developing industries, dumping, restrictions
32. Training for NegotiatingUnless, as long as, providingTrade, international trade, negotiations, to negotiate, protectionism, banning
33. Case Study 9To over-negotiate, to lose a deal, to have a deal, agreement, to make an agreement, to negotiate
34. Working across culturesModal verbs, conditionalsHuman resources, international market, cultural differences, to get a job
Ethics35. Right or Wrong?Past simple, past continuous, past perfect, present perfectEthics, ethical, bribery, corruption, to lie on cv, background information, money laundering, deception
36. Ethics and CompaniesTo conform the rules, to bribe, corrupt official, environmental problems, code of ethics
37. Case Study 10Employee, volunteer, ethical trading, to accept bribes, ethical dilemmas
38. Revise and Check 5
Leadership39. Qualities of LeadershipLeader, leadership, authority, qualities, leadership in business, strategical thinker, business leader
40. Leading L’ÒrealPrepositions, relative clauseTo lead, teamwork leader, team spirit, company leader
41. Case Study 11To make a presentation, to launch a product, diagram, pointer, projector, company’s performance
Competition42. Head-to-Head CompetitionPrepositionsCompetition, to compete, rival, rivalry, competitor, to be neck and neck, to lag behind, to lead
43. Competition in BusinessPassive VoiceTo be ahead, healthy competition, competition commission, competitor
44. Case Study 12Passive voiceTo negotiate a contract, supplier, market, competition, manufacturer
45. Working across Cultures 4Narrative clause, relative clause, passive voiceEthics, leadership, competition, culture, communication style, business communication
46. Revise and Check 6
Exam preparation47. Get Ready for the Exam
48. Exam

 

 

МодульУрокГрамматикаЛексика
Communication1.Good communicatorsvocabulary related to communication
2. E-mail: for and againstvocabulary to deal with communication breakdowns
3. The price of success
International markets4. Marketing and partnershipsvocabulary of international marketing
5. Marketing internationally
6. Going globalvocabulary of brainstorming
Building relationship7. Describing relationsvocabulary of relationships
8. How east is meeting west
9. Building customer loyalty
10. Working across cultures
Success11. What makes people successful
12. The greatest achievementsTo revise present and past tenses
13. A sponsorship deal
Job satisfaction14. Job motivationvocabulary on the topic Job Motivation
15. Job satisfactionTo revise the Passive Voice
16. Relationships at worklanguage for cold-calling
Risk17. Taking risksvocabulary connected with “Risks”
18. Insuring trade riskTo revise the adverbs of degreevocabulary connected with risk and insurance
19. Evaluating riskslanguage of agreement
20. Working across cultures
Management styles21. Management qualitiesvocabulary describing management qualities
22. Successful managersvocabulary describing good and bad qualities of managers
23. A new project manager
Team building24. Building successful teamsteach the prefixes and practise them in the context.
25.New ways of team buildingrevise the Modal Perfect
26. Motivating the teamTo revise modal verbs.
Raising finance27. Money and financevocabulary on the topic “Money and Finance
28. Finding financeFinance, bank, business, fundraising, money
29. Negotiating financial issuesFinance, to invest, investment, venture capital
30. Working across Cultures 03Culture, cultural, international, a team, a leader, revision
Customer service31. Dealing with complaintsCustomer, customer service, customer care, a complaint, to complain
32. Changing customer serviceCustomer, customer service, a trait, a complaint
33. Customer satisfactionCustomer satisfaction, angry customer, dealing with complaints
Crisis management34. Handling crisisCrisis, crisis management
35. Dealing with crisisCrisis, crisis management, conditionals
36. A video games companyCrisis management, dealing with difficult questions
37. Making acquisitionsA merger, an acquisition
Making business38. Acquiring a green businessAcquire, acquisition, take over
39. Buying a companyA presentation, to acquire a company
40. Working across Cultures 04Negotiations, cross-cultural, international, revision
Exam41. Get ready for the examRevision, exam preparation
42. ExamExam

 

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