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Teaching as a business

Charles William Bardeen

Teaching as a business

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by Charles William Bardeen

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Published by C. W. Bardeen in Syracuse, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teachers.

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    Statementby C.W. Bardeen
    SeriesStandard teachers" library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB"1731"B24
    The Physical Object
    Pagination154 p.
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20276491M
    LC Control Number60040671

      Whether you are an online influencer, a business owner, a manager, parent, grandparent, teacher, or just friend - you are considered a coach, and you can benefit from the content in this book. Sets forth the rationale for teaching notes, what they should contain and why, and how they can be prepared. In discussing the value of a well-written teaching note, this case highlights the critical structural elements of preparing for an effective class: timing, pastures, transitions, identifying potential pitfalls, board plans, question plans.

      An extremely useful book for those starting out to teach Business English. Although it is aimed, primarily, at teachers training within corporate business set-ups, a lot of the material included is adaptable for schools and many of the principles outlined are relevant for the wider world of English s: 7.   The business world needs better writers, as indicated by studies that show writing training is a billion-dollar industry and research that shows writing is a skill desired by 73% of hiring.

    long-time teacher of English, the text is devised to make learning the skills of professional business writing simple and straightforward. ** The full Table of Contents is included in this sampler. Excerpts from The Essential Handbook for Business Writing. SELECTING A BOOK. Selection of a textbook is serious business. It involves an expenditure of considerable funds, and you will be "stuck" with the book you choose for years. It is worthwhile taking time to make a good selection. Teaching Style, Curriculum, and Philosophy.


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