ERIC Number: ED239494
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Apr
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of the 1983 EMU Conference on Foreign Languages for Business (Ypsilanti, Michigan, April 7-9, 1983). Part II: Program Development and Retraining Strategies.
Voght, Geoffrey M., Ed.
A collection of 10 papers from the second part of the conference on the applications of foreign languages and international studies to business focuses on the development of programs in foreign languages for business purposes. The papers include: "Foreign Languages for Global Vocations: From Theory to Practice" (Rochelle K. Kelz), "A Grim(m) Fairy Tale: Professional Acceptance of Business Language Inside and Outside of Academia" (Margit Resch), "Gaining Support for Establishing a Course in Commercial Foreign Language" (Jeffery D. Stokes), "Problems, Prospects, Strategies: Implementing a Workable Foreign Language for Business Program at the Undergraduate Level" (Daniel E. Rivas), "Teaching Foreign Languages for Business, Problems and Pitfalls: How to Solve the Former and Avoid the Latter" (Claude Le Goff), "Dear Colleague, I Am Sorry to Inform You about Your New Teaching Assignment" (Margit Resch), "A Workshop for Teachers in Foreign Languages and International Business" (Frances S. Hoch), "Attitudes in Higher Education toward Foreign Languages for Business" (Christine Uber Grosse), "Foreign Language Education and the Future" (Geoffrey M. Voght), and "An Open Forum for the Establishment of an Applied Languages Association" (Luis F. Fernandez Sosa). (MSE)
Descriptors: Business, College Faculty, Faculty Development, Higher Education, International Studies, Language Teachers, Languages for Special Purposes, Professional Associations, Program Development, Retraining, School Business Relationship, Second Language Instruction, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Placement, Undergraduate Study
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Eastern Michigan Univ., Ypsilanti. Dept. of Foreign Languages and Bilingual Studies.
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