giving presentations, participating in meetings, negotiating agreements, explaining and defending positions, using business vocabulary and idiomatic expressions in work-related conversations, and business writing including reporting and summarizing
Key Language Skills:
Speaking, Listening, Pronunciation, Vocabulary, Reading, and Writing
The program includes three unique one-session modules of instruction with four weeks of instruction per module. In each module, students research, prepare, and give an oral presentation, lead and actively participate in simulated meetings, defend a position taken or an argument presented, and read and discuss case studies, business news and other authentic business literature. Students may register for one, two, or all three business modules.
Individual competencies and objectives are addresses through technology-supported learning in ELS Language Technology Centers.