Differentiation in the business English classroom

Rogers, Louis
March 2013
English Teaching Professional;Mar2013, Issue 85, p52
The article discusses the issues related to differentiation and assess their relevance to the business English classroom. The growth of the issues to include many wider concerns and contexts which differentiation encompasses is highlighted. The areas in which business English provides particular challenges are discussed.


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