English for Tourism and Hospitality B
- Course Description
- Learning Objectives
- Who should take this course
- Instructor Biography
Would you like to improve your speaking and listening skills? Are you interested in international travel and the tourism industry? If so, here is your chance to learn more about places around the world, and the tourism and hospitality industries. This course aims to build confidence, widen vocabulary and provide students with several opportunities for pair work and group work. There is a focus on the professional skills needed for the tourist industry. Students will practice language skills in realistic case studies that reflect issues in the tourist industry today. Topics include: air travel, negotiating, marketing, nature tourism and trends. This course is aimed at lower-intermediate to intermediate students.
* This is Part B of a two-part course. (However, it can also be taken as a stand alone course.)
1. Acquire specialized vocabulary & phrases for tourism
2. Gain professional skills needed for the tourist industry (Including presentation skills)
3. Improve listening & speaking skills
Who should take this course
Betty came to Tokyo soon after completing her Master's Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. She has taught English for over twenty years - In Brisbane, Taipei, London and Tokyo.
Betty is a supportive teacher who strives to help students feel comfortable. The experience and enthusiasm she brings to the classroom makes it the perfect environment for students to broaden their skills and knowledge.