• Be able to understand and interpret informative work-related documents
  • Be able to understand and follow written instructions
  • Identify and interpret main points in written texts
  • Find specific information in work-related documents
  • Judge quality and accuracy of text content
  • Be able to use context clues to clarify meaning
  • Identify and interpret non-verbal (visual) information like drawings, graphics, diagrams, and charts complementarity between text and pictures (Molitor, Ballstaedt & Mandler 1989)

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Listen for specific work-related information
  • Listen for precise detail
  • Be able to understand and follow verbal instructions
  • Be able to understand suggestions and implications
  • Be able to understand spoken feedback

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Use correct grammar and spelling
  • Use appropriate format and style for writing
  • Recognise and produce relevant business genres (e.g. formal correspondence, internal memos, reports, ...)
  • Recognise and produce TW genres
  • Critique and edit own writing
  • Take notes of lecture or meeting

SEE ALSO CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Address an audience
  • Present a topic fluently based upon notes
  • Make a business presentation
  • Read aloud
  • Develop and present information

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Respond to non-verbal cues
  • Take part in (in)formal discussions
  • Engage in a conversation
  • Participate in a meeting
  • Ask for clarification
  • Explain viewpoint and opinion
  • Give and receive feedback
  • Exchange information with peers and with specialists
  • Interview customers (SMEs)
  • Take turns in conversation

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Be able to understand and interpret informative work-related documents
  • Be able to understand and follow written instructions
  • Identify and interpret main points in written texts
  • Find specific information in work-related documents
  • Judge quality and accuracy of text content
  • Use context clues to clarify meaning

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Listen for specific work-related information
  • Listen for precise detail
  • Be able to understand and follow verbal instructions
  • Be able to understand suggestions and implications
  • Be able to understand spoken feedback

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Use correct grammar and spelling
  • Use appropriate format and style for writing
  • Recognise and produce relevant business genres (formal correspondence, internal memos, reports, …)
  • Recognise and produce TW genres
  • Critique and edit own writing
  • Take notes of lecture or meeting

SEE ALSO CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Address an audience
  • Present a topic fluently based upon notes
  • Make a business presentation
  • Read aloud
  • Develop and present information

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Respond to non-verbal cues in foreign culture
  • Respond to cultural differences
  • Take part in (in)formal discussions
  • Engage in a conversation
  • Participate in a meeting
  • Ask for clarification
  • Explain viewpoint and opinion
  • Give and receive feedback
  • Exchange information with peers and with specialists
  • Interview customers (SMEs)
  • Take turns in conversation

SEE ALSO COMMUNICATION THEORY AND MODELS

SEE ALSO PERSONAL COMPETENCIES

SEE ALSO INTERCULTURALITY

  • Know the specific terminology in Technical English
  • Know the specific terminology in Business English
  • Know the domain-specific terminology