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  • 体验商务英语教师用书5(第2版)(附光盘)[平装]
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  • 作者:杜比克(DubickaI.)(作者),奥克菲(O'KeeffeM.)(作者),《体验商务英语(第2版)》改编组(编者)
  • 出版社:高等教育出版社;第2版(2012年4月1日)
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    《体验商务英语教师用书5(第2版)》是本系列教程中最有深度的教程,也具有很强的实用性,它以世界著名的国际性金融媒体《金融时报》及其他知名媒体为材料来源,蕴含大量时代信息,内容丰富,有权威性,编写灵活,为商务英语学习者提供了难得实用且适用广泛的学习材料。

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    作者:(英国)杜比克(Dubicka I.) (英国)奥克菲(O'Keeffe M.) 编者:《体验商务英语(第2版)》改编组

    目录

    Notes on units
    Unit 1 Being international
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 2 Training
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 3 Partnerships
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Revision unit A
    Unit 4 Energy
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 5 Employment trends
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 6 Business ethics
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Revision unit B
    Unit 7 Finance and banking
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 8 Consultants
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 9 Strategy
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Revision unit C
    Unit 10 Doing business online
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 11 New business
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Unit 12 Project management
    At a glance
    Business brief
    Lesson notes
    Revision unit D
    Text bank
    Teacher's notes
    Unit 1 Being international
    Networking
    Relocating
    Unit 2 Training
    Business ideology
    Professional development
    Unit 3 Partnerships
    Toll systems
    Partnerships with NGOs
    Unit 4 Energy
    India's energy needs
    Nuclear energy
    Unit 5 Employment trends
    Offshoring
    Older people
    Unit 6 Business ethics
    Business responsibilities
    Business models
    Unit 7 Finance and banking
    International banking
    Corporate recovery
    Unit 8 Consultants
    The growth of management consultancy
    Management consultancy
    Unit 9 Strategy
    What is strategy?
    Mission statements
    Unit 10 Doing business online
    Online groceries
    Using a website
    Unit 11 New business
    Technological innovation
    Increasing market share
    Unit 12 Project management
    Project mediators
    Remote management
    Text bank answer key
    Resource bank
    Teacher's notes
    Unit 1 Being international
    Networking
    Unit 2 Training
    Telephone strategies: Clarifying and confirming
    Unit 3 Partnerships
    Negotiating: Being vague and being precise
    Unit 4 Energy
    Problem-solving
    Unit 5 Employment trends
    Resolving conflict
    Unit 6 Business ethics
    Ethical problems
    Unit 7 Finance and banking
    Business vocabulary
    Unit 8 Consultants
    Consultant's quiz / sales negotiations
    Unit 9 Strategy
    Brainstorming
    Unit 10 Doing business online
    presentations
    Unit 11 New business
    Telephone strategies
    Unit 12 Project management
    Functions and culture
    Appendix
    Translation reference
    Business brief
    Reading
    Audio scripts

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    Ask them for their initial reactions to the points made in thearticle. Do they agree or disagree with the advantagesmentioned? Are there any disadvantages they can think ofnow after reading the article?
    1 The MBA director at the Brisbane Graduate School ofBusiness says E-learning is engaging, authentic(paragraph 2)-although this is debatable, it may bemore motivating for certain students, and the use ofnew technologies makes it appear more up-to-date thantraditional classroom methods.
    2 More accessible/less elitist than other MBAs: It alsoaims to break away from the elitist model of highereducation by making tertiary education accessible tomore people. (paragraph 3)'An online course is more democratic, everybody has avoice, where you don't have just your typical Anglo-Saxon who is loud and talks more, 'says Mr Williams.(paragraph 4) This again is debatable, although it'spossible that students who may sit quietly in a class willcontribute more readily to an online discussion.
    3 It's cheaper than other MBAs: Universitas 21 Global saysthat it is offering an alternative route for students inAsia, who cannot afford to pay for higher education ortravel to the US, UK or Australia. To make its online MBAprogramme affordable, the institute charges varyingtuition fees, depending on where the students comefrom. (paragraph 5)
    4 Older working students can save time: … flexibility ofboth time and curriculum, offers a huge incentive forworking professionals. (paragraph 7)Get Ss to read through the summary of the article first to check vocabulary. If someone asks a vocabulary question, throw it open to the whole class to find out if someone else can provide an explanation. If not, explain where necessary.
    Ss read the text again and complete the summary individually. Circulate and check answers, clarify any doubts and confirm correct answers.
    Ss compare answers in pairs. Ifthey need extra help, put the missing words on the board with a few distractors and get Ss to choose answers from there.