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Lesson plans. Negotiations 2: Positions and interests. Negotiations 2: Positions and interests Submitted by admin on 14 May, 2012 - 10:31 The key to successful negotiation is preparation and research.

Negotiations 2: Positions and interests

This means finding out exactly what you want from the negotiation, and why you want it. This lesson includes a discussion, vocabulary input, a reading activity, useful language for negotiation, team problem solving and a role play in pairs. Topic: Negotiation, positions and interests Level: Intermediate (B2) and above Aims: To discuss techniques for planning and preparing for a negotiation;To examine the differences between positions and interests;To teach some useful phrases for stating your opening position;To provide practice and feedback of the situation of stating your position in a negotiation.

Plan components Lesson plan: download Worksheets: download By Jeremy Day The plans and worksheets are downloadable and in pdf format - right click on the attachment and save it on your computer. Copyright - please read Printer-friendly version. Negotiations 1: Building relationships. Negotiations 1: Building relationships Submitted by admin on 15 May, 2012 - 12:44 When we think of negotiations, we tend to focus on the hard negotiating skills connected with bargaining.

Negotiations 1: Building relationships

In fact, many professional negotiators will confirm that the most important skill is effective relationship building. If there is trust and understanding between the two parties, the negotiation will be much more successful, as will the long-term business relationship between them. In this lesson students start with a quiz which leads into a reading activity. 1_Getting down to business_worksheets.pdf. 1_Getting down to business_lesson plan.pdf. 7 Terrific Telephone English Activities for Adult ESL Learners. - Business English Vocabulary and Grammar Exercises for ESL Students. What Every Teacher of Business English Needs to Know. 8 Tips On Becoming A Successful Corporate Teacher. Teaching With Documents. Skip Navigation.

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Teachers Home > Teachers' Resources > Teaching With Documents Lessons by Era More Lesson Plan Resources Primary Source Research & Classroom Resources DocsTeachFind and create interactive learning activities with primary source documents that promote historical thinking skills. Analysis Worksheets Teaching With Documents: Lesson Plans This section contains reproducible copies of primary documents from the holdings of the National Archives of the United States, teaching activities correlated to the National History Standards and National Standards for Civics and Government, and cross-curricular connections.

Teaching with primary documents encourages a varied learning environment for teachers and students alike. PDF files require the free Adobe Reader. Teachers > Connect With Us Primary Sources DocsTeach Visits & Workshops Other Resources. Business English. With hundreds of specialized resources dedicated to the world of work, onestopenglish has all you need to help you develop your students' business skills while keeping your classes engaging and thought-provoking. In this section you'll find materials and lesson plans to get your students prepared for real work scenarios and introduce them to business-related language and grammar, as well as tips and ideas on a range of teaching techniques used in business English classes. And, if you need to keep your lessons topical, our Business Spotlight series provides the perfect solution: based on articles from Business Spotlight, it covers a range of stimulating professional topics, from honesty in job interviews to the challenges of self-employment – and we add a new one every month!

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Lesson Plans and Ideas for Business English Trainer. Breaking News English Lesson Plans - Business English Lessons. Telephone Conversations - Practice Standard Business Telephone Conversations with a Role Play. Telephoning in English is an important part of doing business in English.

Telephone Conversations - Practice Standard Business Telephone Conversations with a Role Play

It's also important to know how to answer the phone and help customers over the phone. Use this telephone conversation role plays to help you practice telephoning in English. It's also a good idea to practice these conversations over the telephone. Photocopy the scripts and then call your business colleagues, friends, or classmates. Before you begin, it is important to learn key vocabulary used when telephoning. Someone answers the phone and asks if he / she can help. Of course, all business telephone conversations do not follow this rigid scheme. The following example business telephone conversation can be used as a role play in class to introduce a number of standard phrases used when telephoning in English. Example Business Telephone Conversation - Role Play Ms Anderson: Yes, this is Ms Janice Roberts calling. Ms Anderson: Uhm... actually, this call is rather urgent. Ms Anderson: Great, should I come by at 9? Free Business English Lesson Plans for ESP and Vocational English Setttings.

Ready to use free Business English lesson plans for English for Special Purposes and Vocational English classes including student worksheets.

Free Business English Lesson Plans for ESP and Vocational English Setttings

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