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The Application of Task-based Modular Teaching Model in Teaching International Business Negotiation Course

Yunqin Zeng


The International Business Negotiation course is a comprehensive course that combines theory and practical application. Traditional teaching models, which mostly lack coherence, do not reasonably stimulate students’ self-motivation towards negotiation activities. The emergence of a task-based modular teaching model can help solve this dilemma. Based on this, this paper firstly discusses the current situation of international business negotiation, then describes the theoretical basis for the application of the task-based modular teaching model, and finally analyses the specific application of the task-based modular teaching model in the teaching of international business negotiation course, in the hope of learning from it.


Task-based modular teaching; International business negotiation; Application of teaching mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i6.7678