THIRD GENERATION LEARNING IN BUSINESS ENGLISH

Jelena Stepanova

Abstract


Third generation learning in Business English is a tool increasing students’ life-long competences and achievements. Business English today is about communication where the content and the communicative competences- linguistic, sociolinguistic and pragmatic are of crucial importance.  The article reflects the results of 3rd generation learning in Business English in post-secondary institution in Latvia where students using team-based learning in the classroom mastered their language skills and communicative competences to achieve an academic success.

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third generation learning; team-based learning; Business English

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/sie2016vol1.1505

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