FAST FLUENCY Communication in English for the International by William Boletta

By William Boletta

Данная книга нацелена на обучение говорению и наполнена интересными заданиями, которые дают Вам возможность использовать свой английский, чтобы разговаривать обо всем. Но Вам следует не просто читать эту книгу, с ее помощью Вы должны учиться непосредственно общению с людьми.
Книга разбита на 20 уроков, которые можно проходить в любой последовательности. Каждый урок состоит из единообразных частей:
1) Беседа 2) Вариации three) Ваша очередь four) Обсуждение идей five) Попробуй сам.
Тематика книги разнообразна и взята непосредственно из повседневной жизни: начиная с приветствий и прощаний, заканчивая праздниками, разговорами на работе, транспорте и в др. социальных ситуациях.
Описание на английском:
There are twenty classes, and lecturers might conceal them in any order. they don't seem to be graded, and every one comprises extremely simple in addition to tougher and no more frequently-used language goods. whereas there's a definite common sense to the presentation of the subject material of the conversations, the extent of trouble continues to be kind of uniform all through. Early classes deal with greetings, introductions, and small speak – issues and features which regularly take place early in relationships or in preliminary encounters with strangers.
Each lesson has a uniform layout such as 5 parts:
1 dialog 2 diversifications three Your flip four Sharing five attempt Your Hand.

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Com/liu2e: Ho, Robert (1990) ‘Multiculturalism in Australia: a survey of attitudes’, Human Relations, 43(3): 259–272. Building intercultural understanding Understanding is the first step towards acceptance. The biggest benefit of accepting cultural differences is that cultural diversity enriches each of us. Throughout history, people around the world have accumulated a rich stock of cultural traditions and customs, but we are often not aware of the cultural rules governing our own behaviour until we encounter behaviours different from our own.

Indeed, we are being multiculturalized every day. Our local market is as culturally diverse as the global market. Cultural diversity brings many opportunities, particularly in the economic realm, and helps to make our society the cosmopolitan, dynamic and exciting place it is today. However, one of the biggest economic and social challenges facing us today is to unlock the barriers to the 9 10 Introducing Intercultural Communication acceptance of cultural diversity in the economy and society as a whole (Beamer and Varner, 2008).

Reference Rybacki, Karyn and Donald Rybacki (1991) Communication Criticism: Approaches and Genres. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Further reading on rhetorical theory Hartelius, Johanna and Larry Browning (2008) ‘The application of rhetorical theory in managerial research: a literature review’, Management Communication Quarterly, 22: 13–39. Theory in Practice Managers as rhetors Managers are rhetors in that they strategically communicate with organizational members at different levels. Classifying a person in a management position as a rhetor draws attention to the ways in which he or she faces many of the same challenges as does the classical orator, but the notion of rhetor in the management context extends beyond an orator to denote a complex set of meanings, involving audience analysis, contextual sensitivity, and message structure.

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