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Business Communication Course

Written

  • •The Keys to Good Written Communication
  • •The Writing Process
  • •Strategies for Direct Messages
  • •Strategies for Indirect Messages
  • •Strategies for Report Writing
  • •Writing Effective Essays
  • •Basic concepts and terminology used for describing writing skills
  • •Sub skills and features of written texts
  • •Stages of teaching writing
  • •Beginner literacy
  • •English spelling and punctuation
  • •Establishes a contact and connection between students and instructors
  • •Sets the tone for the course
  • •Apply critical reading and thinking skills to the writing process.
  • •Understand communication theory and the roles audiences play in the writing process
  • •Write well-organized essays with a firm thesis and a clear introduction, body and conclusion
  • •Support a thesis statement with valid reasons and evidence
  • •Recognize and develop styles appropriate to varied writing situations
  • •Follow the conventions of standard written English in sentence structure
  • •punctuation, grammar and usage and spelling
  • •Avoiding plagiarism
  • •Paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting
  • •Generating ideas

Speaking

  • • Vocabulary Building
  • •Pronunciation / Expression / Accent Neutralization
  • •Fluency / Impromptu Conversation
  • •Hesitation Removal
  • •Group Discussions / Debates
  • •Public Speaking
  • •Grammatical resources in depth
  • •Extempore Skills
  • •Basic concepts and terminology used fordescribing speaking skills
  • •Features of spoken English
  • •Language functions
  • •Paralinguistic features
  • •Phonemic systems
  • •Persuading and convincing
  • •Expressing opinions formally and informally
  • •Checking and clarifying information
  • •Expressing annoyance
  • •Describing people, things and situations
  • •Describing cause and effect
  • •Taking about possibility, probability and certainty
  • •Describing faulty goods
  • •Buying and asking prices
  • •Enable the students to converse in their life situations
  • •Train the students to use English for the practical purposes
  • •Synonyms and their uses
  • •Types of sentences and sentence patterns

Reading

  • • the practice of vocabularyenrichment
  • •reading comprehension exercises
  • •speed reading strategies
  • •written responses
  • •discussions, and reflections
  • •Exploring and examining the entire reading process
  • •independent, effective, and efficient reader
  • •Use strategies to think critically about reading
  • •Use various reading aids such as the dictionary
  • •Basic concepts andterminology used fordescribing reading skills
  • •Purposes of reading
  • •Decoding meaning
  • •Potential barriers to reading
  • •Understanding the difference between connotation and denotation
  • •Inferring the meaning of unfamiliar word
  • •Comprehending concrete and abstract information
  • •Following a logical and chronological sequence of event
  • •critical reading techniques
  • •lecture processing skills, and test cycle evaluation
  • •vocabulary, and recreational reading
  • •Emphasis is on improvement of vocabulary
  • •vocabulary improvement and the ability to select skills and strategies appropriate to a specific reading task
  • •reiteration and application of concepts
  • •Developing language fluency for effective communication

Listening

  • •Basic concepts and terminology used for describing listening skills
  • •Purposes of listening
  • •Features of listening texts
  • •Potential barriers to listening
  • •suspending judgment
  • •listening for hidden meaning
  • •using verbal and non-verbal signals
  • •Barriers and Filters in listening.
  • •Listening Comprehension
  • •Recognize main ideas.
  • •Identify supporting details
  • •Recognize explicit relationships among ideas.
  • •Recall basic ideas and details.
  • •Attend with an open mind.
  • •Perceive the speaker’s purpose and organization of ideas and information
  • •Discriminate between statements of fact and statements of opinion
  • •Distinguish between emotional and logical arguments
  • •Detect bias and prejudice
  • •Recognize the speaker’s attitude
  • •Synthesize and evaluate by drawing logical inferences and conclusions
  • •Recall implications and arguments
  • •Recognize discrepancies between the speaker’s verbal and nonverbal messages.
  • •Employ active listening techniques when appropriate
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Business Communication Course has been introduced for MBA students who wants to improve their 4 skills (LSRW). This is an activity and a participatory programme to acquire practical knowledge.

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