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English and Other Foreign Languages For Business

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Business correspondence

Overview:

This course is designed for people who wish to improve their ability to correspond effectively in business English. The course emphasizes two skills:  writing and grammar usage needed to succeed both in work and in everyday life. Vocabulary is also an important focus of the course. Awareness of the international standard of business English correspondence skills will be put into practice at all times throughout the course.


Objectives:

The primary objective of the course is that participants will be able to correspond effectively and practically in the international business world. This course also involves reading, listening as well as speaking. The course focuses on providing participants with the skills to create internal and external messages, memos, e-mails and faxes effectively in English.

 

Outline:

- Layout and structure conventions of a letter.
- Style differences: Letters, faxes, e-mails.
- Introduction to Word Processing, PDF file-writing, and Printing documents.
- Differences between spoken and written language.
- Letter and e-mail writing styles.

- List of topics for practicing business correspondence.
- Typical business documents in a supplier/customer transaction.

 

Report Writing

Overview:

This course is designed for people who wish to improve their ability to correspond effectively in business English. The course emphasizes two skills:  writing and grammar usage needed to succeed both in work and in everyday life. Vocabulary is also an important focus of the course. Awareness of the international standard of business English writing skills will be put into practice at all times throughout the course.


Objectives:


The primary objective of this course is that participants will be able to correspond effectively and practically in the international business world. This course also involves reading, listening as well as speaking.


Outline:


- Structure, style and language of a business report.
- Introduction to word processing, PDF writing and printing documents.
- Cohesion: sequencing, generalizing, contrasting, rephrasing, etc.
- Paragraph structure Impersonal style: passive, compound nouns.
- Balanced style: ‘vague’ language
- Approximate and exact numbers.
- Writing numbers.

- Writing minutes of meetings.

- Describing information in a chart/table.
- List of topic ideas for writing reports General and Outlining
- Organizing and expanding on given information: a report on negotiations,   or an investment report.

 

Creative writing


Overview:

 

This course is designed for people who wish to improve their ability to compose creative writing works effectively in English. The course emphasizes three skills:  creative and idea development, writing and grammar usage needed to succeed in creating marketable creative writing works. Awareness of the international standard of creative writing skills in English will be put into practice at all times throughout the course. Vocabulary is also an important focus of the course.

Objectives:


The primary objective of the course is to familiarize participants with the skills necessary to create scripts, screenplays and poems effectively and practically in the international world of creative writing. This course also involves reading, listening as well as speaking. This course provides the skills to develop ideas and creativity, creative writing format, class critics and publishing strategy.


Outline:

- 9 Styles of Creative writing.
- Self description, people and past times.
- Grammatical exercises and reviews.
- Using perspective in creative writing.
- Creating colorful characters.
- Building description and incorporate symbolism into your writing.
- Improving your technique as well as resources which will assist in further developing your ideas into marketable films and shows.
- Getting some effective methods for strengthening writing style.

 

 

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