Business English students, it’s important that ESL lessons are based on the needs of their day to day work.
They want to practice situations taken from their real professional lives.
They should choose from one of the topics below they’d like to do a presentation about, or they can also make their own topic.
They should prepare and give a one-minute presentation to the other groups on their chosen topic.
Even if they don’t know much about the topic, you can just instruct them to be as creative as possible and come up with some interesting things to talk about.
Here are the topics they can choose from: You can have students do research on the internet if they have access.
Here are three simple ways in which we business English teachers can also benefit from reflective practice: The important thing to remember is that doing something, however small, is more helpful than doing nothing.
No matter how busy you are, you can always tune into your inner dialogue and you´re likely to see the benefits of doing that right away.
Archive of worksheets from In Company for Pre-intermediate, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate levels.
These are great resources that we’ve saved from the original edition of In Company, which are still relevant and useful!