EKONOMSKO-POSLOVNA FAKULTETA


Subject
 BUSINESS ENGLISH II - VS 
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Study unit code    V116 2019

Level Study program or it's part Year Semester
2 B110 PUBLIC SECTOR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 2 Both
2 B110 PUBLIC SECTOR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 2 Winter
2 B110 PUBLIC SECTOR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 3 Both
2 B110 PUBLIC SECTOR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT 3 Winter
2 B120 MANAGEMENT 2 Both
2 B120 MANAGEMENT 2 Winter
2 B130 MARKETING 2 Both
2 B130 MARKETING 2 Winter
2 B130 MARKETING 3 Both
2 B130 MARKETING 3 Winter
2 B150 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2 Both
2 B150 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2 Winter
2 B150 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 Both
2 B150 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3 Winter
2 B160 BUSINESS FINANCE AND BANKING 2 Both
2 B160 BUSINESS FINANCE AND BANKING 2 Winter
2 B160 BUSINESS FINANCE AND BANKING 3 Both
2 B160 BUSINESS FINANCE AND BANKING 3 Winter
2 B170 ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS TAXATION 2 Both
2 B170 ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS TAXATION 2 Winter
2 B170 ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS TAXATION 3 Both
2 B170 ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS TAXATION 3 Winter
2 B180 TURISM 2 Both
2 B180 TURISM 2 Winter
2 B190 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 2 Both
2 B190 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 2 Winter

ECTS kredits 6

Hours - Lectures 30
Hours - Tutorial 30
Hours - Individual Student's Work 120

Lecturers
lekt.  KOROPEC TATJANA

Languages - lectures slovene
Languages - tutorial slovene

Prerequisits
Successful completion of Business English I 
Content (Syllabus outline)
The subject comprises various topics and vocabulary forms in the field of economics and business as well as situations in which the future graduates will use the language, i.e. planning, human resource management, solving conflicts, establishment of new companies, products and services, meetings and negotiations within the business context. In addition, the students become acquainted with the basics of commercial correspondence (content and style, enquiries, replies and quotations, orders and miscellaneous correspondence within business context).  
Textbooks
Obvezna študijska literature (Compulsory textbooks): Handford M., M. Lisboa, A. Koester, A. Pitt. (2011). Business Advantage. Student's Book Upper-intermediate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (izbrana poglavja) Armitage-Amato, R. (2005). PONS. Jezikovni priročnik Poslovni stiki ANGLEŠČINA, PONS, Ljubljana: založba Rokus d.o.o. Dodatna literatura: Sanderson, P., A. Williams, I. Wood (2002). Pass Cambridge BEC Vantage – Student's Book, Summertown, Oxford: Summertown Publishing Ltd. – (izbrane enote); Mascull, B. (2010). Business Vocabulary in Use (Secoond edition). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Duckworth, M.(2004). Business Grammar and Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press; Šega, L.: Veliki moderni poslovni slovar – angleško-slovenski (CZ, 1997). http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish http://www.macmillandictionary.com/  
Objectives
In this course students: 1. Get the basic grasp of terminology used in various fields of economics and business, which is related too other subjects studied in the second year. 2. Upgrade and expand the knowledge and business and work related terminology. 3. Gain the ability to apply their theoretical knowledge of English language in practice. 4. Acquire basic skills of commercial correspondence. 5. Develop specific work related communication skills (presentations).  
Intendend learning outcomes - knowledge and understanding
Development of knowledge and understanding Students: 1. Acquire basic knowledge in the field of commercial correspondence. 2. Have a detailed knowledge of English language in the field of economics and business. 3. Develop the skills to interpret the English texts. 4. Are able to pursue further studies of English language by using various sources. 5. Can demonstrate awareness of wider social and environmental ethical issues in areas of economics and business.  
Intendend learning outcomes - transferable/key skills and other attributes'
Cognitive/Intellectual skills: Students: 1. Can identify key aspects of problem from different view points. 2. Are able to collect, analyze, evaluate and interpret short authentic business English texts. 3. Understand basic concepts in economics and business related to other subjects within the second year study program. Key/Transferable skills Students: 1. Further develop skills and expertise in the use of English language knowledge in a specific working area. 2. Upgrade the ability to become an autonomous learner. 3. Upgrade the ability to apply information technology. 4. Upgrade the ability to work in pairs and groups. 5. Further develop their communication skills in an effective manner to effectively and professionally communicate. Practical skills: Students: 1. Get practical experience in the field of public speaking and presentations in English language. 2. Are able to act autonomously with defined guidelines and certain level of supervision.  
Learning and teaching methods
Lectures/Language tutorials AV presentations Problem-based language learning Pair work and group work Case study analysis 

Assessment Weight (%)
Written examination 70  
Oral exam 15  
Concurrent student work 15  
Comments
15% - course assignments 15% - oral examination 70% - written examination The student must complete all compulsory tasks set by the teacher and sit for the oral examination when scheduled. The student who does not complete the above mentioned tasks and oral examination will automatically fail the course. The student can complete these tasks and sit for the oral examination in the next academic year when they are scheduled.  
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