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Reform and Development of English Courses for Hospitality Management Majors

Jiaqi Tu, Yinya Huang


The rapid development of China’s economy has led to the rapid rise of the hotel industry. Such a demand puts forward higher requirements for students graduating from this major. Solid professional knowledge and service skills are required, as well as an international perspective, cross-cultural communication and strong foreign language skills. The English course for hospitality management is an important core course to achieve professional training goals. The teaching of the course must be student-led. From the rational use of teaching methods, model structure, teaching material selection, assessment and other aspects to promote the development of English courses. In this way, students can eff ectively improve their cross-cultural communication skills and foreign language skills, and lay a solid foundation for future high-star hotel service and management.


Hospitality Management; English Course; Reform and Development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i14.8667