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Put simply, conducting a needs analysis is vital for the success of any course see Martins, Find out what students really want to achieve; 2. They are encouraged to visualise their ideas through brainstorming activities such as designing company logos, websites, and advertisements. Typically, business English learners can be grouped into three main categories: Cripps, A. The students, although reticent at first, soon begin to enjoy experimenting and use the pads throughout the course to express their ideas.
Choose your materials wisely and; 5. Be flexible and try to anticipate problems. Educators should bear in mind that each course is different, as is each class, and each student.
Flexibility is encouraged when choosing your keys and approach to teaching business English and business skills. Conclusion This paper has aimed to illustrate some of the salient stages of course design.
Analysing and anticipating the needs of students is a key element of course design. In a vocational course, such as the one outlined in this paper, it is imperative that course designers conduct a needs analysis at the initial stage of course construction. In tandem with this, constant assessment by the course designers before and at the start of the course, along with continuous feedback from the students will help refine a course in its nascent stages.
The advanced business English skills course outlined in this paper is just one example of many business English courses that are being offered at Japanese universities. Each set of students have their own needs and this should be reflected in course design.
The keys provided by the authors at the end of this paper can be used by novice and expert educators alike to help develop and improve their own courses. Constant reflection and refinement will help hone any course and lead to increased student satisfaction and effectiveness.
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