English language III-1 (NOT31O5)
- Level of study undergraduate studies
Ph.D. Zorica Prnjat
- Subject status: obligatory
- ECTS: 3
- Semester: IV
- Number of classes: 2
- Condition: English language II-2 completed (exam passed)
Training students to understand professional texts and to participate in basic written and oral communication.
Students will master grammatical structures of English, language skills, and professional terminology at B2-C1level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; they will be able to use Internet resources in English, read and analyze authentic professional texts (e.g. tourism brochures, catalogues, reports); engage in communication and use professional terminology (see Course contents); they will develop basic written and oral communication skills (e.g. presentation of companies and products, providing information to clients, writing reports and business letters, etc.)
1) Introductory lecture: how to write business correspondence in tourism; 2/3) National tourism organizations; 4/5) Tour operators & travel agencies; 6/7) Managing tour operations; 8/9) Quality in tourism; 10/11) Preparing presentations; 12/13) Writing reports; 14) Working with visuals; 15) Revision
Walker, R.& K.Harding. (2012). Tourism 3. Oxford: OUP.
Emmerson, P. (2007). Business English Handbook – Advanced. Oxford: Macmillan.
Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism (2005). London: A & C Black.