English, Article edition: PRACTISE FIRM AND ITS ROLE IN ECONOMICAL KNOWLEDGE AND LANGUAGE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Miroslava Žirovnická

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  • PRACTISE FIRM AND ITS ROLE IN ECONOMICAL KNOWLEDGE AND LANGUAGE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Author
  • Miroslava Žirovnická
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  • Idea of founding of practise firm comes from Austria. Practise firm forms a model of a real economy which makes part of economical disciplines learning. Practise firm usually works at secondary school for more years and helps students to prepare for their future jobs in a practical way. There is developed international cooperation in the field of practise firms - EUROPEN organization. For functioning practise firm is necessary quality language preparatiton. Creation of learning materials for practise firms was a part of GRACES project, organized by Department of teaching of economical disciplines and Department of English language, University of Economics, Prague.
  • practise firm, language education, international cooperation
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2006:y:2006:i:4:id:96:p:18-25
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  • English
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