English in the laundry : an English language training course for overseas staff in hospital laundries ; prepared at the Pathway Centre Public Deposited

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  • London
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  • King's Fund Centre
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  • 1974
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  • Teacher's handbook
Abstract
  • Many hospital laundries employ workers from overseas and for them the most crucial element in their general ability to work well and to live happily in Britain is their knowledge of the English language. This course aims: to teach the English the learner needs for his immediate job, and to enable him to communicate more freely about the work situation in general; to teach the English needed for simple social contact within the work place between the learner and native English-speaking workers.
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  • Pagination: various pagings; Contents: 1. Teacher's handbook.- 2. Section 1: Building confidence, establishing teaching methods, basic remedial grammar. Section 2: Simple social conversation, set forms for use at work. Section 3: Responding in more complicated situations. Section 4: All about the laundry. Section 5: Explanation and apology, cultural differences of behaviour, solving problems.- 3. Three sets of flashcards. 4. One tape. 5. Two sets of slides.
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