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Teaching Communication, Skills and Competencies for the International Workplace
A Resource for Teachers of English




  • Available for pre-order on June 6, 2023. Item will ship after June 27, 2023
ISBN 9781032223599
June 27, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
200 Pages 6 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Backed by evidence and research, this practical book presents an innovative yet comprehensive approach to teaching non-native English speakers the main communication and cultural competencies that are required to succeed in an international English-speaking workplace. Each unit includes strategies for teaching key skills, tasks to encourage reflection and notes on relevant cultural and technological issues. Practical features in each unit include lesson plans and materials, insights from the research, extension tasks, reflection activities and further readings.

Supported by current learning theories, key teaching methodologies and assessment materials, the chapters address the challenges that non-native English speakers may face in the international English-speaking workplace. Areas of focus include:

  • Job hunting
  • Job applications
  • Interviews
  • Interpersonal, written and spoken communication
  • Performance appraisals
  • Applying for promotions

Written for pre-service, practicing and future teachers, with specific guidance for each role, this is an essential resource for all educators who want to confidently address the challenges that non-English speakers may encounter at work, including linguistic proficiency, cultural awareness and the use of technology.

Table of Contents

Part I: Getting ready;  Introductory unit- Reflections for the (new) teacher;  Part II: Preliminaries;  Unit 1 - Teaching skills and competencies for job hunting;  Unit 2 - Teaching skills and competencies for job applications;  Unit 3 - Teaching skills and competencies for job interviews;  Part III: The new job;  Unit 4 - Teaching skills and competencies for interpersonal communication;  Unit 5 - Teaching skills and competencies for written communication;  Unit 6 - Teaching skills and competencies for spoken communication;  Part IV: Appraisal and promotion;  Unit 7- Teaching skills and competencies for performance appraisals;  Unit 8 - Teaching skills for applying for promotion

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Biography

Julio Gimenez is Principal Lecturer of English Language and Academic Literacies at University of Westminster, UK.