Design and implementation of a simulation-based learning system for international trade

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<p>In the traditional instructional method used in international trade, teachers provide knowledge to learners by lecturing using slides and setting assignments; however, these methods merely deliver international trade knowledge rather than facilitating student development of relevant skills. To solve these problems, we proposed a simulation-based learning system for international trade, combining international trade-process simulation and business letter writing. We investigated learner opinions toward the system and the quality of business letters by using quantitative and qualitative analyses. Regarding the results, learners perceived that the proposed system improved their knowledge of international trade and business English.</p>

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Luo, G. H., Liu, E. Z. F., Kuo, H. W., & Yuan, S. M. (2014). Design and implementation of a simulation-based learning system for international trade. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 15(1), 203–226.

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