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Moving into Tourism & Hospitality is a course for college and university students who need English for their continuing education. It caters for pre-intermediate learners who want to study more effectively and to prepare for a career in tourism and hospitality. It combines carefully controlled development of English-language skills with coverage of key aspects of tourism and hospitality.
Communicative activities encourage students to become confident, effective communicators.
A wide range of topics introduce students to the most important and interesting areas of tourism.
A graded approach to skills enables students to use English effectively. The course teaches transferable skills that students can use both in their wider studies and in their future careers.
Key vocabulary from the world of tourism and hospitality is highlighted for easy reference and revision.
Grammar is carefully matched to the skills that are practised in each unit, and students are introduced to the most common language patterns and tenses. An additional Grammar reference section provides extra support.
End-of-unit round-up sections provide personalized activities, project work and a self-assessment checklist.
31 Jan 2020
Number of pages: 220
Unit 1: The business of fun
Unit 2: Things to do
Unit 3: Globetrotters and day trippers
Unit 4: Keeping the customer happy
Unit 5: What’s your motivation?
Unit 6: Starting up
Unit 7: Now you’re talking
Unit 8: Up, up and … down?
Unit 9: Do the right thing
Unit 10: Getting a good job
Hans Mol worked as a teacher, teacher trainer, director of studies, producer, project coordinator, editor and author in and for countries such as Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Indonesia and Australia.
He was joint coordinator of the Young Learners and Teenagers Special Interest Group for IATEFL (International Association for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language).
He wrote many course books and resources for young learners, teens, young adults and adults published globally and regionally. He also produced ELT songs through supasongs.com.
For Garnet Education, he wrote Tourism and Hospitality in the ESAP series, and co-authored Business English course, Business Update.
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