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The Basics of Making Motions & Voting in Meetings

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Lesson Notes
Video Length

Lesson Time
1–2 hrs.

Video Type

The Basics of Making Motions & Voting in Meetings

Lesson Description

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about making motions and taking votes in meetings. It includes discussion questions and activities about making motions, Robert's Rules of Order, and voting. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic. Students also do some activities using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do an exercise on using present continuous in the passive. In the cooperation activity, students can create two motions and then practice agreeing and disagreeing.

Lesson Activities

Making Motions, Taking Votes
Short Answers, True / False
Adjectives, Nouns, Phrases, Context Usage
Present Continuous in the Passive
Making Motions and Agreeing / Disagreeing

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