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What does English for Specific Purposes (ESP) actually mean? ESP is a tailor-made approach to Business English learning content that […]
I. Introduction In today’s global economy, good communications is a key component in the success of any business. Because of […]
The principle of scaffolding was first developed by the psychologist Lev Vygotsky. It builds on the idea of the Zone […]
Introduction Although Business English is an attractive niche for most teachers, it presents unique challenges. A business English lesson is […]
Introduction: When designing effective instructions for language learning tasks it’s crucial to provide clear rubrics which do not increase the […]
Asking questions is an essential ingredient of language teaching. Questions can be embedded into almost any language learning activity. They […]
In today’s global economy, language skills are more important than ever for businesses to succeed. But with so many different […]
Are you tired of feeling stuck in your language learning journey? The key to making progress is to focus on […]
In today’s fast-changing business landscape, organizations need to prioritize learning and development to keep their staff knowledgeable about industry trends, […]
Gamification is a growing trend in the field of digital language learning, but also plays a very important role in […]
Return on Investment (ROI) and Return on Expectations (ROE) are key metrics that businesses use to evaluate the effectiveness of […]
What is the role of the trainer in that process? Jim Scrivener, in his book Learning Teaching, proposes six stages […]
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Instructional scaffolding is a really cool strategy that helps students learn new skills and knowledge. It’s like having training wheels […]
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Experiential learning is a teaching approach that involves learning through direct experience, often in a hands-on and immersive way. This […]
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These six role-plays have have been designed for the B2 level and practice HR functions. They are intended to be […]
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The conventional approach to assessment in language training often relies on summative assessment tests that evaluate language proficiency based on […]
Assessment is an important component of language training and helps trainers to evaluate the progress of their learners and understand […]
Designing digital content for business English training requires a clear understanding of the language acquisition process. This article will look […]
Designing case studies for your business English classes is a great way to engage your learners and help them develop […]
Andragogy is the theory of adult learning, the study of how adults learn, and the principles and practices that assist […]
Consider the three instructions for the same matching exercise for students at the A2 CEFR level: 1. We kindly request […]
Copyright and AI is still a very grey area at the moment. To delve into this topic further, I decided […]
Cognitivism is a learning theory that gives emphasis to the role of mental processes in the understanding and acquiring of […]
Social constructivism suggests that language learning is based on our interactions with others in particular contexts. This means that language […]