Language For Banking: Study Skills And Language Practice At Advanced Level

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    This course is intended for students who have used English for a number of years, possibly as a medium in secondary school, and are interested in, or have to take exams on, banking and finance. Their oral English is probably much more advanced than their reading and writing ability. Also the students may know more about the subject than you, but your curiosity will serve as a genuine motive for getting students to talk about banking. For these reasons it is important for you to take an interest in banking and read one or two textbooks. The most readable is Teach Yourself Banking, by Stuart Valentine and Stan Mason, Teach Yourself Books (paperback), Hodder and Stoughton, 1981. But you should read the introductory textbook recommended for the students’ course and, in order to get an idea of the problems (i.e. of dryness, textual density and ethno-centrism) faced by your students, one or two of the other recommended textbooks. There is also a list at the end of this introduction.
    • Publisher : London : Collins ELT
    • Publication date : 1985
    • Language : English
    • Paperback : 164 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 0003706362
    • ISBN-13 : 9780003706369
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