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RUDN University, Moscow
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Business communications are now spreading globally, involving new cultural agents, economies, countries. Future professionals are supposed to be able to effectively communicate with their business partners, achieving their goals by means of communicative impact on their business partners. Thus, English teachers should develop the competence of business communication of students.
The articles deals with the particular form of communication – presentation - as a special form of information organization designed for specific public. Informative presentations aim at introducing new items, bringing awareness about issues, instructing. Persuasive speeches are given to influence audience`s opinion about certain topic, phenomena by using different techniques. Depending on the speaker`s experience, context of presentation, different delivery styles may be used, defining whether a speech is  prepared in advance or not, and if it is the case, to what extent it is done.
The study conducted, enabled us to effectively create the methods of teaching business presentation. We have considered the ways and the means of business presentations teaching in classes with the bachelors and masters at RUDN University. Using the methods of pedagogical modeling we have considered the process of developing communicative competence when training business presentations. Students, initially, having lack of business presentations experience, have improved their competence significantly. In the article, we considerred the practical tasks and exercises which are aimed at achieving the major goal - in particular - developing communicative competence by means of business presentation teaching.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Foreign language teaching and learning
Received: 2019/08/4 | Accepted: 2019/08/4 | Published: 2019/08/4

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