Business & English for Specific Purposes Home Catalogue Business English Resources for business and vocational English - for careers (nursing, IT, aviation, gas and oil industry, etc), one-to-one teaching and business English classes at all levels. Inside Business & English for Specific Purposes (353) International Express Third Edition New Edition Linking life and work Rachel Appleby, Angela Buckingham, Keith Harding, Alastair Lane, Bryan Stephens, Frances Watkins This completely revised International Express, with 100% new material, meets all the practical language needs of adult professional learners. Look inside International Express Beginner Bryan Stephens and Angela Buckingham International Express Elementary Angela Buckingham, Bryan Stephens and Alastair Lane International Express Intermediate Keith Harding and Alastair Lane International Express Pre-Intermediate Keith Harding and Rachel Appleby International Express Upper Intermediate Rachel Appleby and Frances Watkins Oxford Grammar for EAP Ken Paterson and Roberta Wedge Format:
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 15+ Great Chrome Extensions for Teachers The thing about Chrome extensions is that you need to be careful with the ones you install on your Chrome browser; some might cause loading time issues and others might cause the sudden crushes that Chrome is known for. Therefore, choose only the add-ons that you think can really be helpful to you and if it happened that you installed an extension and then later on realized that you don't use it at all, go to your Chrome settings and get it deleted. Another work-around for problems caused by installing too many extensions on your browser is to download the extensions you need and put them in 'disabled' mode, activate them only when you need them. Here is how to do it : 1- Click on customize button to open the drop down menu 2- Click on Tools, then on extensions 3- Uncheck the " enable" button in front of the extension you want to disable . Now check out the list of some great Chrome extensions created by Link Jake Duncan.
Business English vocabulary reference lists for ESP (English for Special Purposes) classes and students, including over 2,500 key words and phrases for a variety of industries. Business English vocabulary reference lists for ESP (English for Special Purposes) classes and students. Vocabulary for advertising, banking and stocks, bookkeeping and financial administration, business and commercial letters, human resources, insturance, legal, logistics, marketing, production and manufacturing and sales and aquisitions. Food Service VocabularyList of 170 essential words for the food service industry for English language learners Standard Business QuestionsThis interview focuses on asking standard business questions in English. Each of the standard business questions then has a number of variations as well as related questions in the reference section. Collocations with MoneyCollocations used with the noun money including an example sentence for each strong collocation pair. Driver Education - DMV - Key VocabularyMany ESL speakers and learners are required to take driver education courses to obtain their driver license from the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles).
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 13 Good Social Studies Resources February 11, 2014 It's been awhile now since my last post on resources for social studies teachers. I have been bookmarking some new websites and platforms that can be of some help to social studies teachers and today I sat down and went through all of these resources and compiled the list below. I invite you to have a look and share with your colleagues : 1- Google Cultural Institute Google Cutltural Institute allows you to discover exhibits and collections from museums and archives all around the world. EdHelper has this page packed full of resources and teaching materials on social studies for different grades and age groups. 3- Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers This is another page full of resources curated specifically by PBS Media for teachers and students of social studies. 5- Social Studies Teaching Resources This Pinterest board provides teaching resources that cover a wide variety of social studies topics including geography, history, economics, and politics.
Vocabulary Useful for Writing Business Letters By Kenneth Beare This sheet focuses on core vocabulary and phrases used when writing business letters or e-mails in English. This business writing reference can be used in English for specific purposes classes as a starting point for students who need to use English on an everyday basis for written business communications. Teachers are often not equipped with the exact English terminology required in very specific trade sectors. For this reason, core vocabulary sheets go a long way in helping teachers provide adequate materials for students with English for Specific Purposes needs. English for Specific Purposes Core Vocabulary Lists English for AdvertisingEnglish for Banking and StocksEnglish for Book Keeping and Financial AdministrationEnglish for Business and Commercial LettersEnglish for Human ResourcesEnglish for the Insurance IndustryEnglish for Legal PurposesEnglish for LogisticsEnglish for MarketingEnglish for Production and ManufacturingEnglish for Sales and Acquisitions
short stories at east of the web A game of Scrabble has serious consequences. - Length: 4 pages - Age Rating: PG - Genre: Crime, Humor A semi-barbaric king devises a semi-barabaric (but entirely fair) method of criminal trial involving two doors, a beautiful lady and a very hungry tiger. - Length: 7 pages - Genre: Fiction, Humor Sandra performed her little charade in front of the mirror and morphed into the Gisela character on a whim. - Length: 20 pages - Genre: I won’t tell anyone about the diagnosis. - Length: 8 pages - Genre: Fiction “Going souling", they used to call it. Stella cannot remember a time before nature was her haven, her place of peace and healing. - Age Rating: U “We left the map behind,” said Annie as they were five hours away from Anstruther, pulling into their own driveway. - Length: 7 pages - Age Rating: U - Genre: Nothing is as visceral as holding a handful of human ash. - Length: 9 pages - Age Rating: PG - Genre: Fiction - Length: 6 pages - Length: 20 pages A game of Scrabble has serious consequences. - Genre:
Standard Business Questions - Standard Questions asked about Business and Variations There are a number of standard business questions used when making general inquires into the nature of a company. The following dialogue covers a number of standard business questions. The reference section then provides variations and related business questions for a number of the standard business questions used in the dialogue. Business Reporter: Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today. Manager: It's my pleasure Business Reporter: Who do you work for? Business Reporter: What does Springco do? Business Reporter: Where is the company based? Business Reporter: How many people do you employ? Business Reporter: What's your annual revenue? Business Reporter: What type of distribution services do you provide? Business Reporter: What sort of internet presence do you have? Business Reporter: Is your company public? Business Reporter: What type of logistical structure do you have? Business Reporter: Where are your products manufactured? Standard Business Questions Variations:
Convert to Cartoon - Convert photo to Cartoon - Cartoonize Yourself Confusing Words and Homonyms | Misued Words in English | Letter A Letter A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z Many words in English sound or look alike, causing confusion and not a few headaches. This section lists some of these words, and other troublemakers. a.m., p.m. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 10 Useful Web Tools for Creating Online Quizzes and Polls February, 2014 Following the visual I posted here a couple of weeks ago featuring the differences between formative and summative assessments, somebody shared with the link to this Listly list that comprises dozens of interesting web tools to create online assessments. I have already reviewed some of the tools mentioned in this list in separate posts here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning but I also found out new tools I did not know about. I am re-sharing the whole list created below and I invite you to spend some time sifting through its content. Update : After posting the original Listly list, I received several emails informing me that the list does not appear to them so I decided to copy the list manually here. 1- Socrative | Student Response System Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational games and exercises via smartphones and tablets.
How to Write a Business Report Updated July 28, 2015. If you would like to learn how to write a business report in English follow these tips and use the example report as a template on which to base your own business report. First of all, business reports provide important information for management that is timely and factual. English learners writing business reports need to make sure that the language is precise and concise. The writing style used for business reports should present information without strong opinions, but rather as direct and accurately as possible. Linking language should be used to connect ideas and sections of the business report. Terms of reference refer to the terms on which the business report is written. The procedure describe the method that was used to collect data for the report. continue reading below our video Play Video The findings describe the data or other important information the report produced. The recommendations are specific suggestions made based on the conclusions of the report.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 Excellent Web Tools to Teach Collaborative Writing Collaborative writing is a great way to to teach students the writing skill while enjoying it. Now that technology and web 2.0 tools are ubiquitous, you can use a plethora of awesome tools to enhance collaborative writing in your class. Natalia et al. paper on collaborative writing sheds some light on the importance of this skill for students: In the classroom, collaborative writing increases student participation, facilitates discussion of readings and enhances critical thinking (Chan, 1996). Here some of the web tools to encourage and foster collaborative writing : This my number one tool for writing collaboratively. This is another awesome web tool that allows people to work on the same document simultaneously. This is a very simple writing editor that has great collaborative features. PrimaryPad is a web-based word processor designed for schools that allows pupils and teachers to work together in real-time. Create as many surfaces as you need and link them together.