Macmillan English Campus 'InCompanySecondEditionUpperIntermediate'CMCB00109001 This course accompanies In CompanySecondEditionUpperIntermediate. It corresponds to CEFR level C1 and Cambridge ESOL CAE. There are 18 syllabus items, each matching a student's book unit, and an extra syllabus item with video activities. Within each syllabus item, resources are grouped into two categories - 'Topic Focus' and 'Grammar Focus'. UNIT 1 Description ID number Title 0 1 Business or pleasure? This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to discuss corporate entertainment, and start and keep a conversation at social events. It also provides practice of present and past tenses. Syllabus components Syllabus component description Topic Focus Listening to part of a presentation about the facilities MLAB004199 Entertaining company visitors available for business hospitality. Listening to a tourism officer from the local government talking about services for corporate hospitality. Listening to a manager explaining what needs to be organized as entertainment for a group of visitors to the company. Teacher's Notes MLAB005285 What's on offer? Video Activities MLAB004204 Hospitality services Language Focus Practising the use of negative question forms for beginning a conversation or part of one. Practising formal and informal English. Practising the present simple, present continuous, past simple, present perfect simple, present perfect continuous, past continuous and past perfect. MGA000002 MLGB004050 MLG005564 MLG000161 MLG002460 The Ambassador's Cocktail Party Conversation openers The people in the picture Mixed tenses Past tenses 1 2 Exchanging information This syllabus item provides practice of the kind of language we use to talk about meetings and discuss company performance. It also provides practice of conditionals. Syllabus components Syllabus component description Video Activities MVAB005437 Points for the agenda Language Focus Practising your understanding of conditional MLAB004238 What's on the agenda? sentences. Practising first, second and third conditional. Playing a game and shooting down all the balloons that carry the correct tenses to complete the conditional sentences. Topic Focus Practising vocabulary associated with meetings and MLAB005283 To spend or not to spend agendas. Listening to two colleagues discussing a meeting agenda they are preparing. Listening to two colleagues discussing a meeting about their company's spending. Practising words associated with statistics. Teacher's Notes MVAB004263 Sales crisis MGA000003 MLG001194 MLG001397 The Balloon Fiesta Conditionals Conditionals 2 3 Do the right thing This syllabus item provides additional material on the topic of business performance and ethical investment. Syllabus components Syllabus component description Topic Focus Teacher's Notes Language Focus Listening to an interview with a schoolgirl who has MLA004167 her own successful company. Listening to some university students discussing social responsibility and identifying the correct turn-taking signals in the discussion. Practising finding synonyms and understanding the gist of a text. 'The schoolgirl millionaire' provides useful practice MSEB005445 of the topic of this unit although some students may find the level somewhat high. Writing an assignment about ethical investment on MLA006534 a business studies course, then looking at a sample answer and reading comments on it. The schoolgirl millionaire Put your money where your heart is What is social responsibility? Page 1 of 8
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