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By Ryan

5 Business English Textbooks Your Students Will Love

We talk a lot about finding the ideal English learning resources.

You know, the ones that are perfect for you and your students.

Not so long ago, there wasn’t much in the way of consumer choice in the ESL world.

Business people who needed to take English classes had no other alternative but to drill grammar and do general role-plays that were mostly centered on social situations.

These days, they can afford to be a little more selective. Now there are tons of available textbook options out there to suit today’s goal-oriented Business English learner.

Today’s Business English textbooks are designed to give learners techniques and structures for specific situations while also solidifying their fundamental vocabulary and grammar.

But, with so many out there on the market, which ones are any good? And how can you choose the best textbook for your Business English class?
 

 

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What to Look for in a Business English textbook

It needs to be relevant. The business world changes so rapidly. The best Business English textbooks are revised frequently enough to stay either current enough or general enough that they don’t fall behind the times. If the Business English textbooks in your school reference Palm Pilots and President Clinton, chances are they need an upgrade.

It needs to be four-skill focused. That is, it needs to contain activities to support speaking, writing, reading and listening. Some Business English textbooks place too much emphasis on the latter two. While learners can get a lot of theoretical knowledge by developing these skills, they don’t get a whole lot of output practice. Output is critical to succeed in business. The best Business English textbooks will use reading and listening activities as a means to lead to output – speaking and writing.

It needs to be functional. Your students aren’t in your class to learn about business. If they want that, they can get an MBA. They’re there to learn how to complete business functions in English: with the right phrases, tone and logical order. The best Business English textbooks will provide this support and also the cultural insight to help students accomplish tasks properly – in every sense.

Ideally, the Business English textbook you use in your class will also have a modular structure. This means that one unit in the book is one lesson, and the unit’s activities more or less follow the flow of a lesson plan, with a free-speaking activity built in at the end. Modular structures make lesson planning easy and help students maintain a regular pacing.

Homework activities and self-study resources are also handy to have in a Business English textbook. Many texts will have dedicated homework pages. Some newer Business English textbooks have DVD-ROMs which often include in-class audio, video content, review activities and even tests! These resources help you, the teacher, to set appropriate homework assignments and help students take control of their progress.

Finding the Right Textbook for Your Class

Finding the right text for your class is a simple matter of following “The Three Ls:” Level, Learner and Length.

First, find out what the students’ levels are – but not only their English levels. Equally important here is their Business English level. Do they use English for business on a regular basis? If so, in what capacity? For how long? All of this can tell you how difficult your chosen textbook should be and how deeply it needs to delve into business topics.

Next, find out what kind of learners your students are. What are they looking for out of their lesson? Perhaps your students want to build their business vocabulary while also reinforcing their grammar. Or they might be more interested in functional practice using discussions, role plays and case studies. Then again, they might want a bit of both. Look at how the text is built and what kind of activities it emphasizes, and see if it matches the needs of your learners.

Finally, what is their course length? Are they going to take several lessons over a lengthy period? Or are they going to do something more short-term? Are they taking an intensive course? Some Business English textbooks are better suited for long-term courses, while others are more flexible and could easily be customized for a shorter program.

Now, let’s look at 5 Business English textbooks that have worked well for me across a range of Levels, Learners and Lengths.

5 Business English Textbooks Your Students Will Love

Market Leader (Pearson/Longman)

5 business english textbooks

This is the granddaddy of all Business English textbooks.

“Market Leader” takes a four-skill approach to learning Business English with relevant and challenging communicative activities on every page. Each unit covers a topical theme, such as Brands or Money, and introduces a functional business skill, like Opening a Meeting. The exciting case studies at the end of each unit tie everything together.

“Market Leader” uses authentic reading materials (from publications such as “Financial Times”) and listening activities (often interviews with business leaders), which can be very challenging for beginning students. Students will love “Market Leader” if they’re at a lower-intermediate level or above, pretty familiar with business and seeking to improve their overall Business English.

Business one:one (Oxford)

5 business english textbooks

“Business one:one” is the perfect text for the student with some experience using English for business, but who wants to be more fluent and natural.

It provides key vocabulary, phrases and grammar for specific speaking and writing skills. Each unit is only two pages and follows a lesson-like structure, so it’s very easy to visualize how your lesson will be just by looking at the book. The activities in each unit are also easily collapsible or expandable, allowing you to manage pacing effectively.

The “one:one” in “Business one:one” means that the book is designed for private lessons, but it could also be used for group lessons without much difficulty.

Total Business (Cengage)

5 business english textbooks

If your students are interested in studying Business English but don’t have a whole lot of business experience themselves, look no further than “Total Business.”

“Total Business” is designed to give students a gateway into English for business, covering essential vocabulary, grammar and expressions. Like “Business one:one” it also follows a modular structure, and each module can easily be compacted to fit a short lesson or blown up to fit a longer one.

The modules are uniquely divided into Business Topics (focusing on discussion), Business Skills (focusing on functional practice) and Learning Strategies (techniques to help students across several situations, such as Scanning for Main Ideas).

Intelligent Business (Pearson/Longman)

5 business english textbooks

Like “Total Business,” “Intelligent Business” is made for students with limited knowledge of and experience in business.

Each unit explains basic business concepts such as Productivity and Etiquette and contains an article from “The Economist” to provide a real-life example. Similar to the “Market Leader” case studies, units in “Intelligent Business” end with the Dilemma and Decision sections, where students discuss a problem related to the unit’s theme and use key phrases to role-play a relevant scenario.

“Intelligent Business” is available in five different levels, from Elementary to Advanced. It has a Coursebook which focuses on Business English across the four skills, and a Skillbook which is devoted to functional practice.

Business Builder (Macmillan)

5 business english textbooks

Have a student who wants to take a short, intensive course and doesn’t want to spring for a textbook? Are they intermediate or above?

Then “Business Builder” is your answer!

“Business Builder” is a set of photocopiable modules. Each module covers a business scene, like Having a Meeting, and contains important language and techniques for completing the activity. Unlike the other texts mentioned here, though, “Business Builder” doesn’t place a lot of emphasis on grammar or correct English. The key is output: see the phrases, practice the phrases, then go.

“Business Builder” was made with intermediate Business English learners in mind, but its modules and target language can easily be adjusted to suit any level.
 

 

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New International Business English Teacher's Book

New International Business English Teacher’s Book (Paperback)

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English for Business Communication Student's Book

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Five-Minute Activities for Business English

Five-Minute Activities for Business English (Paperback)

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Test Your Professional English - Accounting

Test Your Professional English – Accounting (Paperback)

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Check Your English Vocabulary for Banking and Finance

Check Your English Vocabulary for Banking and Finance (Paperback)

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Jon Marks

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Practice Tests For The Cambridge Business English Certificate Level 2 (Cambridge Professional English)

Practice Tests For The Cambridge Business English Certificate Level 2 (Cambridge Professional English)

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Jake Allsop

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Telephoning in English Pupil's Book

Telephoning in English Pupil’s Book (Paperback)

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B. Jean Naterop

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Cambridge Business English Activities: Serious Fun for Business English Students

Cambridge Business English Activities: Serious Fun for Business English Students (Spiral-bound)

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Jane Cordell

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How to Teach Business English

How to Teach Business English (Paperback)

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Evan Frendo

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Professional English in Use: Finance

Professional English in Use: Finance (Paperback)

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Professional English in Use: Marketing

Professional English in Use: Marketing (Paperback)

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Cate Farrall

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Business Vocabulary in Use: Elementary

Business Vocabulary in Use: Elementary (Paperback)

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Business Vocabulary in Use: Intermediate

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Business Grammar and Practice

Business Grammar and Practice (Paperback)

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Michael Duckworth

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Perfect Phrases for ESL Everyday Business Life: Hundreds of Ready-To-Use Phrases That Help You Navigate Any English-Language Situation in the Workplace

Perfect Phrases for ESL Everyday Business Life: Hundreds of Ready-To-Use Phrases That Help You Navigate Any English-Language Situation in the Workplace (Paperback)

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Natalie Gast

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Business English Language Practice

Business English Language Practice (Paperback)

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English for Business Studies Student's Book: A Course for Business Studies and Economics Students

English for Business Studies Student’s Book: A Course for Business Studies and Economics Students (Paperback)

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Communicating for Results: A Guide for Business and the Professions

Communicating for Results: A Guide for Business and the Professions (Paperback)

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Cheryl M. Hamilton

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Business Grammar Builder

Business Grammar Builder (Paperback)

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Expressways, Level 2

Expressways, Level 2 (Spiral-bound)

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Steven J. Molinsky

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Franklin Covey Style Guide for Business and Technical Communication

Franklin Covey Style Guide for Business and Technical Communication (Paperback)

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Franklin Covey Company

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The York Associates Teaching Business English Handbook

The York Associates Teaching Business English Handbook (Paperback)

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Effective Business Communication

Effective Business Communication

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Market Leader Advanced Business English Course Book

Market Leader Advanced Business English Course Book (Paperback)

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Speak Business English Like an American

Speak Business English Like an American (Kindle Edition)

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Challenges for Internationalization. the Role of English as a Lingua Franca in the Corporate Environment

Challenges for Internationalization. the Role of English as a Lingua Franca in the Corporate Environment (Paperback)

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ESL Business English: The essential guide to Business English Communication (Business English, Business communication, Business English guide)

ESL Business English: The essential guide to Business English Communication (Business English, Business communication, Business English guide)

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303 Business English Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

303 Business English Idioms and Phrasal Verbs (Kindle Edition)

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259 Ways to Say It in Business English

259 Ways to Say It in Business English (Kindle Edition)

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On Business and for Pleasure: A Self-Study Workbook for Advanced Business English Students

On Business and for Pleasure: A Self-Study Workbook for Advanced Business English Students (Paperback)

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Michael Berman

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Teaching Business English

Teaching Business English (Paperback)

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Mark Ellis

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The Language Of Business English: Grammar & Functions

The Language Of Business English: Grammar & Functions (Paperback)

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Nick Brieger

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Speaking Effectively: Developing Speaking Skills for Business English

Speaking Effectively: Developing Speaking Skills for Business English (Paperback)

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Jeremy Comfort

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Business English and Communication

Business English and Communication (Hardcover)

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Lyn R. Clark

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Teach Business English

Teach Business English (Paperback)

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Sylvie Donna

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250 ways to say it in business english

250 ways to say it in business english

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Andrew D. MIles

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Business English Phrasebook

Business English Phrasebook (ebook)

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George Sandford (Goodreads Author)

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Natural Business English

Natural Business English (Paperback)

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Bill Mascull

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Market Leader Business English: Working Across Cultures

Market Leader Business English: Working Across Cultures (Paperback)

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Adrian Pilbeam

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Business English [With Paperback Book]

Business English [With Paperback Book] (Audio CD)

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Living Language (Manufacturer)

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Market Leader: Teachers Resource Book: Business English with the "Financial Times" (LWFT)

Market Leader: Teachers Resource Book: Business English with the "Financial Times" (LWFT)

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David Cotton

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Communicating in Business English (with Audio CD)

Communicating in Business English (with Audio CD)

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Bob Dignen

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In Business: Activities to Bring Business English to Life

In Business: Activities to Bring Business English to Life (Spiral-bound)

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Marjorie Rosenberg

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Speak Business English Like an American: Learn the Idioms & Expressions You Need to Succeed On The Job! (Book & Audio CD)

Speak Business English Like an American: Learn the Idioms & Expressions You Need to Succeed On The Job! (Book & Audio CD)

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Amy Gillett

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Technical English 1 Course Book Audio CD

Technical English 1 Course Book Audio CD (Audiobook)

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Business Letter Handbook

Business Letter Handbook (Paperback)

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Michael Muckian

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Writing Effective Letters, Memos, and E-mail

Writing Effective Letters, Memos, and E-mail (Paperback)

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Arthur H. Bell

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Perfect Phrases for Business Letters

Perfect Phrases for Business Letters (Paperback)

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Ken O’Quinn

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Business Letters Made Easy

Business Letters Made Easy (Paperback)

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David Crosby

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Model Business Letters, E Mails & Other Business Documents

Model Business Letters, E Mails & Other Business Documents (Paperback)

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Shirley Taylor

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