This lesson helps learners to be able to use a person specification when applying for work. They will develop their understanding of the vocabulary used to describe personal skills and attributes in an employability context.
Even simple social tasks like inviting a person out to a restaurant can cause embarrassment and stress. This lesson includes discussions of why such situations are difficult, as well as plenty of practice.
What do you and your students know about the non-competitive urban sport, parkour? In this lesson students read about this activity, focus on informal language, then ask and answer questions about other activities in pairs.
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.
When we think of negotiations, we tend to focus on the hard negotiating skills connected with bargaining. In fact, many professional negotiators will confirm that the most important skill is effective relationship building.
Many learners of English worry about their mistakes and allow their insecurities to prevent them from participating in meetings fully. This lesson provides reassurance that such insecurities are very common and normal.