ECONOMIE

THE BUSINESS ENGLISH LANGUAGE CURRICULUM

Teodora Popescu

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ISBN 978-606-543-858-3
Anul apariției: 2017
Format: A5
Nr. pagini: 232
Preț: 35 lei

TABLE OF CONTENTS List of abbreviations Introduction Chapter one Curriculum. A history of the concept 1.1 Definitions of curriculum 1.2 Main theorists 1.3 Curriculum studies nowadays 1.4 Learning situations and experiences integrated in the curriculum 1.5 Educational programmes from a curricular perspective 1.6 Types of curriculum 1.7 Curriculum components Chapter two The language curriculum 2.1 Language curriculum vs language syllabus 2.2 Types of language syllabi 2.3 The formal syllabus 2.4 The functional syllabus 2.5 The situation / topic syllabi 2.5.1 The situational syllabus 2.5.2 The topical syllabus 2.6 The lexical syllabus 2.7 The skills syllabus 2.8 The procedural syllabus 2.9 The process syllabus 2.10 The task-based syllabus Chapter three The business language curriculum 3.1. The origins of English for Specific Purposes 3.2. Definitions of ESP 3.2.1. Purpose of ESP 3.2.2. ESP course content 3.2.3. Learner constraints 3.3. ESP categories 3.3.1. Occupational vs educational orientation 3.3.2. English for Business within ESP 3.4. ESP development stages 3.4.1. Register Analysis 3.4.2. Discourse or Rhetorical Analysis 3.4.3. Needs Analysis 3.4.4. Skills and strategies 3.4.5. The Learning-centred Approach 3.5. ESP nowadays 3.5.1. Content and language integrated learning) 3.5.2. English for Academic Purposes (EAP) 3.5.3. ESP and Corpus Linguistics 3.6. ESP course evaluation 3.7. General English (GE) vs Business English (BE) 3.8. Business English materials design 3.9. Business English and culture 3.10. Metaphoricity of business English 3.11. Business English and public speaking skills 3.12. A possible business English programme paradigm Chapter four Practical applications 4.1. Business English materials design 4.1.1. Developing reading skills 4.1.2. Developing listening skills 4.1.3. Developing writing skills 4.1.4. Developing speaking skills 4.1.5. Building language structures 4.1.6. Building vocabulary knowledge 4.2. Translation in the business English class 4.2.1. Translation of business figurative language 4.2.2. Translation error analysis 4.3. Dictionaries in business English 4.3.1. Dictionaries of business collocations 4.3.2. Business glossaries 4.4. CLIL applications 4.4.1. A possible course in Human resources management 4.4.2. A possible course in Entrepreneurship Bibliography Index