English for Doing Business in Asia – Speaking

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متاح الآن إلى 2024-07-30
24.50 ساعة تعليمية
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The use of English for doing business in multinational settings is a fact of life for many business people. As Asian economies expand and become more involved in the global economy, a lingua franca – a language used to communicate among groups of people who do not share a mother tongue – is needed to exchange information. This course has two goals. The first is to introduce non-native speakers of English to methods for developing spoken English language and communication skills for doing business in Asia. The second is to examine the impact of interculturality and globalization on English communications. By exploring and participating in a business simulation set in Asia, you will develop the principal skills for effective communication in English when conducting business in China and other Asian countries.

This course is part of a series developed by the same instructors. Enroll in EBA102x English for Doing Business in Asia – Writing to continue developing your English language and written communication skills. Learn about business writing format, audience, culture, purpose, grammar, style and more.

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Delian Gaskell
Delian Gaskell

Delian Gaskell is a Senior Lecturer in the Center for Language Education at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She teaches and coordinates undergraduate courses in Business Communications and writing. Her professional interests include blended learning, computer-aided language learning, the use of ‘flipped’ classrooms, corpus linguistics and discourse analysis.

Sean McMinn
Sean McMinn

Dr Sean McMinn is the Director of Center for Educational Innovation at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and former Director of the English Language Centre at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Having nearly 20 years’ experience in higher education, Sean has taught a range of subjects, such as Business Communications, EAP, Digital Literacies, and Social Complex Systems, and has interests in educational technology, digital literacies, and networked learning. He won a Teaching Innovation Award for his work with podcasts and education at HKUST in 2007 and has published and presented at international conferences on the subjects of MOOCs, social media and education, and digital literacies.