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Practical materials from our expert authors, covering essential business skills such as emailing, meetings and presentations.
Students gain an introduction to emailing and practise using the present continuous for arrangements.
Students review important elements of good business writing in English, especially for letters and emails.
A lesson exploring and reviewing good meetings practice and procedure through brainstorming sessions and interviews.
This lesson will equip students with some common expressions for talking about their successes and failures.
A lesson to help students talk about jobs and what they involve and to talk about what people are responsible for in a company.
Adrian Doff introduces a new series of lesson plans specifically designed for teachers of English for business. This article provides an overview of the series, as well as hints and tips on how best to exploit it.
A lesson by Adrian Doff for students to practise using common expressions for talking about making progress and achieving something.
Use these interactive materials to deliver an online or face-to-face lesson on how to lead a discussion.
Teach your students about the benefits of regular meetings while developing their Business English.
Watch authentic London office workers describe the ways to conduct successful negotiations and the skills good negotiators need. Now Interactive!
Get your students talking about business qualifications and their value with this ready-to-go worksheet.
In this lesson by Rosemary Richey, students practise small talk about weather, hotels and travel. Exercises include: revising small talk vocabulary, ordering words to make questions, listening to small talk conversations in a business scenario and role-playing.
In this lesson by Rosemary Richey, students practise basic language associated with job interviews. Exercises include: identifying vocabulary used in job adverts, listening to a job interview and completing the gaps, creating a CV and role-playing a job interview.
In this lesson by Rosemary Richey, students practise helping a new colleague with office procedures. Exercises include: identifying the correct modal verb, listening to an office conversation, giving advice and writing a set of office procedures.
This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight, offers 20 tips that can help everybody further their career.
This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight, is about taking pets into work.
This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight, is about what we wear to work.