Description - Business English by Dona Young
"Business English: Writing for the Global Workplace" includes all of the essentials of a traditional Business English text and more: its unique approach enhances its value for your students. This book helps students to quickly learn that the value of speaking and writing Business English relates to our global marketplace: technology has made the world smaller, and just about every job today includes writing e-mail and speaking to people from diverse cultures. It also enables students to use their own local language as a springboard to learn Business English, discovering that Business English is the best choice in formal environments with their local language remaining valuable in informal ones."Business English: Writing for the Global Workplace" also takes the practical approach of using writing as a tool to have students apply their grammar skills: as your students' grammar skills improve, so do their writing skills. This book provides the tools students need to compete in today's global job market, and your students will find its unique presentation motivating as it leads them to solid skills they can use to enhance their career.
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(274mm x 215mm x 14mm)
McGraw Hill Higher Education
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - Dona Young
A teacher and facilitator for more than twenty years, Dona has a passion for making learning exciting and relevant. For the past ten years, she has been facilitating writing programs at major corporations. Prior to that, Dona was the director of general education at a private college. She was responsible for curriculum development, faculty training, and program management of general education studies. Dona has been a speaker at conferences and conducted numerous training programs throughout the country. She holds an M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Chicago. Dona considers herself a life-long learner, believing that who we become is a result of what we learn. Beyond that, her dog Reggie keeps her from taking work, or life, too seriously.