Lessons

Business & Corporate

How to be an Entrepreneur

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise on how to be an entrepreneur and what makes them successful. It includes discussion questions, conversation, and other activities about entrepreneurs / entrepreneurship. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms, expressions, and phrases from the video. The grammar exercise features nouns + gerunds and infinitives. There is also a quiz & review section which includes some bonus activities.
Speaking:
Entrepreneurs, Business
Viewing:
Short Answers, Finish the Sentences
Vocabulary:
Adjectives / Adverbs, Phrases, Context Usage
Grammar:
Nouns + Gerunds / Infinitives
Cooperation:
Quiz & Review + Bonus Activities

The single biggest reason why start-ups succeed

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise on startup companies and what makes them successful. It includes discussion questions, conversation, and other activities about entrepreneurs and startups. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms, expressions, and phrases from the video. The grammar exercise features the modal verb 'would' in the progressive form. There is also a quiz & review section which includes some bonus activities.
Speaking:
Startup Companies, Entrepreneurship
Viewing:
Short Answers, Finish the Sentences
Vocabulary:
Nouns, Parts of Speech, Phrases, Context Usage
Grammar:
How to Use: 'Would' + be + -ing Verb
Cooperation:
Quiz & Review + Bonus Activities

How 9 Billionaires Start Their Mornings

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise on the morning routines of 9 billionaires. It includes discussion questions, conversation, and other activities about morning routines. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms, expressions, and phrases from the video. The grammar exercise features the difference between 'while' and 'when'. There is also a quiz & review section which includes a bonus activity.
Speaking:
Morning Routines
Viewing:
Match the Sentence Halves, Short Answers
Vocabulary:
Adjectives / Adverbs, Missing Letters, Phrases, Images, Context Usage
Grammar:
Difference Between 'While' and 'When'
Cooperation:
Quiz & Review + Bonus Activity

Fake meat is the future. Here's why

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise about 'Impossible Foods' and 'Beyond Meats', and the surge in plant-based burgers. It includes discussion questions, conversation, and other activities about vegetarianism and plant-based foods. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms, expressions, and phrases from the video. The grammar exercise features the usage of 'though'. There is also a quiz & review section which includes a bonus activity.
Speaking:
Vegetarianism, Plant-Based "Meats"
Viewing:
True / False, Short Answers
Vocabulary:
Verbs, Nouns, Context Usage
Grammar:
Usage of the Adverb 'though'
Cooperation:
Quiz & Review + Bonus Activity

What is Neuralink - Neural Lace Explained

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise about 'Neuralink' and neural lace, what exactly it is, and how it works. It includes discussion questions, conversation, and other activities about advanced technology and AI. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms, expressions, and phrases from the video. The grammar exercise features the usage of 'recently' and 'so far' in the present perfect simple and continuous. There is also a quiz & review section which includes a bonus activity.
Speaking:
Advanced Technology, Artificial Intelligence
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False
Vocabulary:
Nouns, Verbs, Images, Context Usage
Grammar:
'Recently' and 'So far' with Present Perfect Simple & Continuous
Cooperation:
Quiz & Review + Bonus Activity

Google's AI Assistant Can Now Make Real Phone Calls

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video of Google's AI assistant making a phone call. It includes discussion questions and activities about scheduling appointments and booking reservations. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic and do an activity using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do an exercise on prepositions of time. In the cooperation activity, students can do a dialogue and role play.
Speaking:
Scheduling, Booking, Reserving
Viewing:
Short Answers
Vocabulary:
Phrases, Dialogue, Booking
Grammar:
Prepositions of Time
Cooperation:
Dialogue & Role Play

How to Close a Sales Deal

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to close sales. It includes discussion questions and activities about closing sales, finalizing deals, and action plans. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic and do an activity using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do an exercise on the difference between above and beyond. In the cooperation activity, students can create and action plan.
Speaking:
Closing Sales, Finalizing Deals, Action Plans
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False, Sales Technique Matching
Vocabulary:
Adjectives, Nouns, Idioms, Context Usage
Grammar:
Difference Between 'Above' and 'Beyond'
Cooperation:
Creating an Action Plan

Handling Customer Complaints: Defusing Frustration

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to handle customer complaints on the phone. It includes discussion questions and activities about customer service, and making & handling complaints. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic and do an activity using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do an exercise on using gerunds. In the cooperation activity, students can do a dialogue and role play activity.
Speaking:
Customer Complaints, Customer Service
Viewing:
Short Answers, List the Events in Order, Fill in the Letters
Vocabulary:
Expressions, Terms, Phrases, Verbs, Context Usage
Grammar:
Using Gerunds
Cooperation:
Dialogue & Role Play

When the Phone Rings: Telephone Skills for Better Service

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about phone call communication and taking and leaving messages. It includes discussion questions and activities about phone call communication. 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 how to use say, tell, talk, and ask. In the cooperation activity, students can do a dialogue and role play activity.
Speaking:
Phone Call Communication
Viewing:
Choose the Correct Word, List Phrases in Order, Comparing Calls
Vocabulary:
Expressions, Phrases, Terms, Context Usage
Grammar:
How to Use Say, Tell, Talk, Ask
Cooperation:
Dialogue & Role Play

The Basics of Making Motions & Voting in Meetings

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.
Speaking:
Making Motions, Taking Votes
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False
Vocabulary:
Adjectives, Nouns, Phrases, Context Usage
Grammar:
Present Continuous in the Passive
Cooperation:
Making Motions and Agreeing / Disagreeing

Negotiation Deadlocks

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about negotiation deadlocks. It includes discussion questions and activities about deadlocks and how to resolve them. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to negotiations. Students also do some activities using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do exercises on present perfect + yet, still, and already. In the cooperation activity, students can resolve a negotiation deadlock related to their professional life.
Speaking:
Resolving Deadlocks
Viewing:
Short Answers
Vocabulary:
Phrases, Adverbs, Context Usage
Grammar:
Present Perfect + Yet, Still, Already
Cooperation:
Resolving a Deadlock, Quiz & Review

Negotiation Tutorial: Reviewing the Offer

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to handle a new job offer. It includes discussion questions and activities about different types of negotiations and conversation activities about job offers. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to job offers. Students also do some activities using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do exercises on question formation with auxiliary verbs. In the cooperation activity, students can put together a response to a job offer.
Speaking:
Types of Negotiation, Job Offers, Clarifying
Viewing:
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Adjectives, Adjectives + Nouns, Phrases, Context Usage
Grammar:
Questions Using Auxiliary Verbs
Cooperation:
Responding to a Job Offer, Quiz & Review

Sales Proposal Structure

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to structure a sales proposal. It includes discussion questions and activities about accepting offers, counter proposals, and the sales process. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to proposal structure. Students also do some activities using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do exercises on how to use 'get + someone + doing something.' In the cooperation activity, students can do an activity on making a sales proposal.
Speaking:
Proposals, Accepting an Offer, Counter Proposal
Viewing:
Parts of the Proposal Structure, Description, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Verbs, Phrases, Context Usage
Grammar:
Get + Someone + [Doing] Something
Cooperation:
Sales Proposal Structure, Quiz & Review

5 Steps for Achieving a Win-Win Negotiation

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to achieve a win-win negotiation. It includes discussion questions and speaking activities about negotiations. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to negotiations. Students also do some activities using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do exercises on how to use 'neither' and 'whether.' In the cooperation activity, students can do an activity on how to achieve a win-win negotiation.
Speaking:
Negotiations, What Makes a Successful Negotiator
Viewing:
True / False, Short Answers & Step Outline
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Adjectives + Nouns, Parts of Speech
Grammar:
How to Use 'neither' and 'whether'
Cooperation:
How to Achieve a Win-Win Negotiation, Quiz & Review

Negotiation Skills: SMART Objectives

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to set SMART objectives in a negotiation. It includes discussion questions and speaking activities about negotiations. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to negotiations. Students also do some activities using the important vocabulary terms from the video. For grammar, students do exercises on how to use indefinite and definite articles. In the cooperation activity, students can create SMART objectives.
Speaking:
Setting Objectives, Getting to Know Your Customers / Suppliers
Viewing:
Short Answers, Acronym Matching
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Adjectives, Verbs, Parts of Speech
Grammar:
Indefinite / Definite Articles
Cooperation:
Setting SMART Objectives, Quiz & Review