Business Communication SIG


Published: Sat, 05/08/2010 - 1:37pm

The forming JALT Business Communication SIG is intended to develop the discipline of teaching English conducive to participation in the world business community. We wish to provide instructors in this field with a means of collaboration and sharing best teaching practices.

JALT Business Communication SIGは、世界のビジネス界に通用する英語教育の発展を目的に持ち、結成されました。連携体制を組み、最善の教育方法を共有することにより、英語教育に携わるインストラクターの皆様のお手伝いを致します。

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SIG Officers


Alan Simpson
Alan Simpson
John Kania
Jo Williamson
Bill Burns

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Upcoming Events


Professor Hiromasa Tanaka
Doctor Florin Nechita
Friday, 14 October 2016 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Well-known business discourse analyst, management training consultant, prodigious author and ex-TV guy, Professor Hiromasa Tanaka (Meisei University) will be giving a talk at NYU on a Japanese-Romanian experiment on the development of intercultural communication through Project Based Learning (PBL). Anyone interested in IC, Business English or pragmatic development should come along to NYU on Friday, October 14th to hear Hiro and his co-researcher report on a rather unique project in Transylvania that investigated the development of discourse strategies in English during a 15-day collaboration between a Japanese and a Romanian project team. During the talk, Hiro and his Romanian co-researcher will draw conclusions on the development of mutually comprehensible discourse strategies within the team: their efficacy and learnability. Also, pizza afterwards!

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