International Business and Entrepreneurship We have been working feverishly to get more business education resources ready for you and your students. The lessons for this unit include: Here are some of the key learning objectives for this unit: Identify what international business is Understand the global economy Determine the role of international business in the global economy Determine reasons countries trade internationally Identify major international resources Recognize major U.
Pull together a brief discussion of points made in the group discussions. In pairs Open Unit 8 Promoting your ideas - Presenting: Either hide all but the list of words on the right or, if you are not using an IWB or data projector, write the ten words separately on the whiteboard.
Have learners make up example sentences containing each word. You could give different pairs different words from the list.
Open class Briefly check with the class that correct examples have been created. Remember that high frequency words like these can be used in a wide variety of contexts, often with a range of shades of meaning. In pairs Ask the learners to open Making presentations and work through the activity in pairs, discussing their answers.
When they have finished deal with any queries that arise as necessary. Open class Ask them to close or hide the resource and hide yours. Ask them to summarize what advice was contained in the text.
In pairs Now ask them to do the second part of the resource, discussing their answers. Make sure they understand the point made in 'Hint'. Open class When they have finished and checked their answers, ask them to identify which of the points in the resource are pieces of advice.
In pairs Convert the observation points into advice sentences, using key vocabulary from the first part where possible. Open class After a while, share some of the ideas. There are no right or wrong answers, of course. Tell learners they are now going to hear some more advice.
Open class Ask them to open Unit 8 Promoting your ideas - Presenting: Advice about giving presentations Run the resource directly as a class. If you are not using an IWB ask the learners to listen at their individual workstations.
Read through the audioscripts to confirm the answers. In groups Ask students to discuss together and decide which are the three best bits of advice given throughout the two resources. They could be asked to produce a snappy, slogan-like summary sentence or two. Homework Produce a brief posting for a website or intranet section to help staff be prepared for giving presentations.Lesson Objectives.
In this lesson, your students will learn how to: describe the parts of a business plan ; analyze how a business plan helps companies make decisions with the future in mind. Being intentional and methodical when it comes to organizing a presentation outline – whether a 5-minute presentation during a team meeting, a formal training session or even a sales pitch – is a tool that can change how effective you can be.
introduction & presentation Introduction and presentation go together because the introduction usually leads right into the presentation phase of the lesson. They are still separate parts, however, because they accomplish different purposes. Whether you’re an entrepreneur preparing to give an official business plan PowerPoint presentation, or you're getting ready to deliver a proposal to a prospective client, one thing’s for sure: You’ve got a lot riding on these slides.
This Business skills lesson plan by Tim Bowen presents common features of presentations and practises useful language for putting together and giving presentations.
Project management In this lesson by Barney Barrett, students examine, discuss and use the language of project planning and management applied to an ongoing project at the learner.
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