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  Introduction Skills for Commodity Exhibitions
 
發文單位:English Elite Program      張貼日期:2012-12-05  


Course

Introduction Skills for Commodity Exhibition

科目代碼:

■大學部課程 □研究所課程

講授-實習-學分:2-0-2

Objective 

CEF B1 speaking (equivalent to an intermediate level of proficiency on the TOEIC speaking test). The objectives of this course are as follows:

1. Development of a high frequency of commonly used business language related to the  

  buying and selling of commodities.

2. Ability to communicate accurately and concisely

3. A high level of appreciation of register and ability to vary one’s tone.

4. Effective and persuasive representation of one’s company

5. Bargaining and other negotiating skills.

6. Problem solving and decision making skills

7. Intercultural awareness and experience.

Course outline and content

Introduction skills for Commodity Exchange aims to equip students, via authentic scenarios, with the essential English language skills related to the successful buying and selling (i.e., exchange) of commodities. This course is suitable for intermediate level learners.

The topics to be covered in this course include:

Jobs and responsibilities

New Contacts

Offers

Negotiations

Orders

Customer Care

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 Introduction Skills for Commodity Exchange Course Description
Course Outline

Introduction skills for Commodity Exchange aims to equip students, via authentic scenarios, with the essential English language skills related to the successful buying and selling (i.e., exchange) of commodities. This course is suitable for intermediate level learners.

Objective CEF B1 speaking (equivalent to an intermediate level of proficiency on the TOEIC speaking test). The objectives of this course are as follows:

1. Development of a high frequency of commonly used business language related  

  to the buying and selling of commodities.

2. Ability to communicate accurately and concisely

3. A high level of appreciation of register and ability to vary one’s tone.

4. Effective and persuasive representation of one’s company

5. Bargaining and other negotiating skills.

6. Problem solving and decision making skills

7. Intercultural awareness and experience.
Course Criteria Credit(s) 2 credits, 1 semester
Evaluation 1.      Students will be given a mid-term and a final exam. Each exam will be based on the learning content and will count 30 %.  2.      Class participation and homework will count 30 %. 3.      Attendance will count 10%
Learning Content

The topics to be covered in this course include:

Jobs and responsibilities

New Contacts

Offers

Negotiations

Orders

Customer Care
Communication Skill Listening Speaking Reading Writing
Description Objective: Can understand the main points and important details of clear standard speech and conversations relating to commodity exchange, provided the content incorporates a higher frequency of commonly used business language related to buying and selling. Can understand the main points of many radio or TV programs on current affairs in commodity exchange, provided the delivery is clear.

Objective (Spoken Interaction): Can deal with common situations encountered when exchanging commodities. Can enter unprepared into a conversation involving commodity exchange, provided the discourse involves using mostly commonly used business language related to buying and selling. 

Objective (Spoken Production): Can connect phrases in order to describe familiar business experiences, events, plans, etc. when exchanging commodities. Can briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans regarding an exchange.
ObjectiveCan understand texts such as catalogues, advertisements, notices and warning, queries and complaints, requisitions and receipts, contracts, business articles, and other texts relating to commodity exchange.

Material(s)

1. English for Sales and Purchasing, by Lothar Gutjahr and Sean Mahoney,  

  Published by Oxford University Press.

Jobs that the students who have completed the course can apply for

This course is suitable for students who anticipate that their job will involve promoting their companies products and services. It is highly suitable for sales, marketing and advertising staff, product designers and service developers, and managers and entrepreneurs.

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