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2020 Business News Lesson archive

The full archive of monthly business news lessons published in 2020.

2020 news lessons

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    Business News Lessons: New apps, new work opportunities

    Author: Ed Pegg Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

    January 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students read a business news article and look at the language necessary to understand and talk about recruitment, technology, law and trade unions.

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    Business News Lessons: The benefits of a sabbatical

    Author: Tim Bowen Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

    February 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students read a business news article and look at the language associated with the benefits of taking time off work. 

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    Business News Lessons: Debate skills for women in the workplace

    Author: Ed Pegg Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

    March 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students will read a business article and look at the language necessary to understand and talk about the article.

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    Business News Lessons: The changing image of Goldman Sachs

    Author: Tim Bowen Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

    April 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students will read a business article and learn or revise some business collocations.

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    Business News Lessons: Will we be eating meat-free burgers?

    Author: Tim Bowen Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

    May 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students discuss starting a new business and how to market its product or products.

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    Business News Lessons: Artificial or human intelligence: Which will drive future innovation?

    Author: Tim Bowen Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes, Worksheet Print material

    June 2020: In this lesson, available at two levels, students research an innovative area of technology and present its current state and possible future development.

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