English for International Banking and Finance (Guide for teachers)
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English for International Banking and Finance develops language skills relevant to a wide range of professionals working in financial institutions and related areas of business. Each of the nine units contains thematically linked listening extracts, speaking activities, reading passages and writing tasks designed to match the interests and needs of the learner. The topics covered include different types of bank organisation, international currency dealing, trade finance, and electronic banking. English for International Banking and Finance provides: - oral skills development through discussion, role play and work related activities such as giving presentations - recorded material based on transcripts of native and non-native speaker exchanges - a variety of authentic text types e.g. telexes, letters, memos and newspaper articles - a core of specialist vocabulary - task based activities The Student's Book is accompanied by a cassette and teacher's/self-study guide, which includes useful banking related background information for non-specialist teachers. English for International Banking and Finance is suitable for use with groups in class, one-to-one tuition or self-study.
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