First submitted to the TeachingEnglish website by NikPeachey on 23 June, 2002.
Discussion wheels are a good way of giving students time to think and formulate opinions before they do discussion work. They work particularly well with areas of discussion which can have ranges of agreement or disagreement.
First submitted to the TeachingEnglish website by Sally Trowbridge on 14 May, 2012.
This lesson focuses on two important aspects of managing a meeting: setting up the meeting with a series of emails, and keep the meeting under control. Two other important parts of managing a meeting, introducing the meeting and closing the meeting, are covered in lessons 1 and 5.
First submitted to the TeachingEnglish website by Sally Trowbridge on 13 May, 2012.
In a negotiation, it’s very important to know when to speak, when to ask and when to listen. Here students rank and discuss the stages of negotiation, do a reading activity and look at negotiations vocabulary, examine question types, then finish with a role play to practise clarifying, summarising and responding.
First submitted to the TeachingEnglish website by Sally Trowbridge on 15 May, 2012.
For many people, the idea of walking into a room full of strangers and trying to socialise with them can be terrifying, especially if they have to use a foreign language. This lesson can help your students overcome their fears.