Teaching Business English: How to Conduct a Needs Analysis

Teaching Business English Needs AnalysisBusiness English students have a high level of English and require lessons for a specific purpose. With this in mind, it is vital for teachers to find out what the students’ needs are as early as possible, preferably before we even start teaching. The best way to do this is to conduct a thorough needs analysis.

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Task-Based Learning Activities for Teaching Business English

Teaching Business English Activities Task Based Learning If you are new to teaching Business English, these 4 Task-based Learning activities will help you prepare classes for students across a wide range of positions and English language proficiency levels.

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Task-Based Learning in the Business English Class

Teaching Business English Task-Based Learning Task-Based Learning is a teaching methodology that is particularly useful for students learning English for business purposes. Focusing on real-world scenarios, rather than hand-holding through mechanical grammar tasks, empowers adult learners by boosting their confidence and showing them that it’s better to go for it and make a mistake than sit back and be silent. Making an impression and demonstrating one’s confidence and strengths matters in the business realm, and focusing on tasks rather than form has proven to be a great way to facilitate those things in ESL learners.

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How to Teach Business English: An Introduction

How to teach Business EnglishIn some countries, Business English teachers earn up to $100 per hour. Many teachers want to enter this lucrative sector in the TESOL industry, but they don’t because they think that experience in business is required to teach Business English. The answer is no! You don’t need experience in business to teach Business English! Teaching Business English is about teaching processes and communication skills. In this article, you will learn about the teaching methods and activities that work best in a Business English class.

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Teaching Business English: 6 Things to Consider in Your First Lessons

250-hourIn class, just as in every other aspect of life, first impressions count. Whether you are working with just one student, or with a large group, the things that you do in your first lessons will set the mood for how the rest of your Business English course will proceed. Here are six things you can do in your first lessons to make a good impression and develop instant rapport with your new business English students.

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5 Practical Tips for Teaching Business English One-to-One

Teaching Business English One-to-OneAt first, the idea of teaching a professional business person on a one-to-one basis may seem extremely daunting. You will be working directly with someone who has a professional career and for whom learning English is a top priority. Nevertheless, such a working environment offers unique opportunities for teaching and learning, which you won’t experience with a larger class. Here are some practical suggestions for making the most of teaching business English on a one-to-one basis.

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5 Great Activities to Use with Business English Students

Teaching Business English activitiesIf you are teaching a business English class, you will probably find that your lessons revolve around a course book. While it’s always a good idea to stick with the core materials of any given course, you should keep an eye on the level of interest that your students have in the lesson. This is particularly important for business English students, who are most often taking lessons after a busy day at work, or who are finding time in their daily schedule to take classes. The learning process should, therefore, be made more enjoyable with the addition of a few fun activities. Here are five activities that most business English students will enjoy.

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The 5 Dos and Don’ts of Teaching Business English

Teaching Business English TESOLAlthough teaching business English is in many ways similar to teaching any other kind of language course, there are certain important differences. In this teaching environment, you will be working with professional, career-minded individuals who have clear goals in mind and who are aiming to further their careers.  Here are five things you should be aware of when you start teaching business English.

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