Also From TESOL Press

TESOL Quarterly

The premier journal for the field. Available to both institutions and TESOL members.

Read more

TESOL Journal

A great member benefit. TESOL Journal is available online to all TESOL members.

Read more

White Papers

White Papers propose research-based solutions to emerging issues in English age teaching and learning in contexts around the world.

Read more

About TESOL Press

Learn more about TESOL Press.

Read more

Welcome to TESOL PRESS

Product Search
Search Results

New Ways in Teaching Business English

Clarice Chan and Evan Frendo

Member Price: $39.96
Non Member Price: $49.95
Your Price: $49.95


This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

This volume offers more than 80 ready-to-use activities for the business English classroom, specifically selected to represent the diversity that is driving innovation in business English teaching today. The contributors come from a variety of teaching contexts around the world, including tertiary education, corporate language training, and adult education. This collection of ideas enables both experienced and novice business English practitioners to expand their repertoire of teaching strategies, become aware of key trends in the field, and be inspired in ways that make their teaching more creative, effective, and rewarding.

"The best resource book for business English teachers I’ve seen: excellent for both new and experienced business English teachers. A wonderful combination of practical lessons, creative thinking, and solid pedagogy."

- Vicki Hollett, Award-winning author of business English teaching materials

"This is an exciting new research-informed resource for business English teachers, which incorporates key trends and recent developments, such as intercultural training, English as an international language and learner autonomy, into a wealth of stimulating and creative activities."

- Almut Koester, PhD, Business English researcher and textbook author

"The emergence of English as the global language of business has placed English for business squarely at the center of specific-purpose English. This contribution to the popular New Ways series is a valuable source of ideas from some of the top practitioners in the field."

- David Nunan, PhD, TESOL past president, applied linguist, educator, and author


Table of Contents
Sample Chapter

Publisher: TESOL Press
Number of Pages: 300
Date Published: 4/30/2014
ISBN: 9781942223177
Topics: Series: New Ways
Shopping Cart
Cart is empty
Best Sellers

More Than a Native Speaker, Revised Edition
Snow, Don

This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

This book accelerates the process of learning English language teaching by offering a nontechnical introduction to ELT geared toward native-English-speaking teachers working outside their home countries.

The CCSS in English Language Arts for Grades K•5
Pam Spycher

This is an exciting time to be a teacher. The Common Core State Standards have invigorated the teaching profession.

Paper to Practice: Using the TESOL ELP Standards in PreK-12
Gottlieb, Margo; Katz, Anne and Ernst-Slavit, Gisela

This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

Paper to Practice offers a wealth of information and ideas for educators seeking to infuse the TESOL English language proficiency standards into curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

PreK-12 English Language Proficiency Standards
[an augmentation of the WIDA English Language Proficiency Standards]

This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

These standards provide an invaluable resource for all English language educators and a model for states and districts. They represent a starting point for developing effective and equitable education for ESOL students.

Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education
S. Shapiro, R. Farrelly, Z. Tomas

College faculty and TAs are often unfamiliar with the experiences of international students coming from non-English-speaking countries who are relatively new to the U.S context.