Economy

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A conversation based lesson plan designed for students who are learning English as a second language.

The

Economy

Lesson Plan

Objectives

Express your opinion…..

• Vocabulary expansion

• Pronunciation improvement

• Grammar development

• Confidence building

• Comparative and superlative

tenses

• Reduction in translation time

Let’s talk

• Use technology to learn

• Specialist language

instructors

• Flexible class times

• Confidential service

• Mix teachers

• Native speakers

• Online academy

• Recorded classes

Your the star

of the show.

Interaction is key with our conversation lesson plan series.

Challenge your listening skills and interact with a

language instructor. Monitor your performance with

recordings from key parts of your class.

Lesson Plan

A highly interactive lesson plan designed to get you to talk. Challenging

and results orientated you will discuss a very topical subject that is

common place in every language.


02 The Economy

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A lesson plan designed to get

you to talk!

1. Describe

the

economical

situation in

your

country.

2. In your

opinion,

which

country is

performing

the best in

terms of

having a

balanced

economy.

Links and videos

The following link is

f r o m t h e B r i t i s h

Council and is one we

r e c o m m e n d f o r

research on

c o m p a r a t i v e a n d

superlative adjectives.

Link:https://

learnenglish.britishcou

ncil.org/en/englishgrammar/adjectives/

comparative-andsuperlative-adjectives

Some interesting links

to practice your

listening skills taken

f r o m t h e B B C

Panorama series.

Link:https://

www.youtube.com/

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v=NKVPwdNVb4s

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w a t c h ?

v=2zDYrFE985g

3. Has your country

ever been in a great

economical

position? When?

Why?

4. Did you

personally

experience the

effects of the global

economic crisis?

How? When?

5. Do you think that

the economy in your

country will get

stronger or weaker

in the future? Why?

6. If you were

responsible for your

economy for just a

day, what would you

do differently?

7. If you could ask a

question to an

economist in your

country, what would

it be?

8. Do you think that

people live beyond

their means in your

country? Why?

9. In your opinion,

what is the

difference between

a luxury and a

necessity?

10. Describe how

your economy used

to be compared to

how it is today.

11. Describe the

housing market in

your country. Is it

strong or weak?

Explain why.


03 The Economy

Express your opinion!

Voice tones can change the

meaning of a sentence. They can

help you relate to how passionate

you feel about a topic or a subject

to your audience.

12. Is it better to buy a

house or rent one? Why?

13. Is it easy to obtain

loans and credit cards in

your country?

14. Have some businesses

grown while others have

contracted over the last 5

years? Why?

15. Has

technology

effected

your

economy?

16. Could

your job be

replaced by

technology

in the

future?

17. How

have

shopping

habits

changed

over the

last 5

years?

Interview practice with a TEFL

business instructor who has 5

years experience in the

recruitment sector.

• Practice in role play scenarios.

• Translate your skill set into

English.

• Learn about telephone

etiquette and how it can effect

your telephone interview.

• Use recorded sections of your

class to learn about how voice

tones effect an interview.

• Study the different formats

for a job interview.

• Learn how to talk about your

educational background and

experience in detail.

• Build business vocabulary.

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Listening skills

A collection of audios to help you…

We know that listening

skills have a direct

impact on the way that

you interact both in

informal and formal

environments.

These audios were

designed for students

t o i d e n t i f y w i t h

recording information.

Based on a series of 4

audios, you will hear

the voice of our

business instructor

within different

scenarios. Listen to the

audios to see how

much information you

can retain.

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04

The Economy

The jobs market

18. Is it easy or hard to

find a job in your

country?

19. Describe the best

method for finding a job

in your country.

20. How has the jobs

market changed in the

last 5 years?

21. Are loans necessary?

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