Cambridge Business English Activities: Serious Fun for Business English Students by Jane CordellCambridge Business English Activities: Serious Fun for Business English Students by Jane Cordell

Cambridge Business English Activities: Serious Fun for Business English Students

byJane Cordell

Spiral Bound | February 28, 2000

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This photocopiable resource is packed with interesting, ready-to-use activities. It offers a variety of pair and group activities to practise the most common functions and language of business, from socialising and eating out to negotiating and marketing.
Title:Cambridge Business English Activities: Serious Fun for Business English StudentsFormat:Spiral BoundProduct dimensions:128 pages, 11.73 × 8.78 × 0.55 inShipping dimensions:11.73 × 8.78 × 0.55 inPublished:February 28, 2000Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521587344

ISBN - 13:9780521587341

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Table of Contents

1; FINDING OUT ABOUT YOUR STUDENTS; 1.1; Four skills needs analysis; 1.2; This is me; 1.3; Personality scales; 1.4; Graph skills analysis; 1.5; Identity swap; 2; Socializing in English; 2.1; Introducing yourself and others; 2.2; Restaurant board game; 2.3; Question and answer Pelmanism; 2.4; Asking questions; 3; Using the phone; 3.1; A telephone maze; 3.2; Phone quartets; 3.3; What not to do; 4; Business writing; 4.1; Formal or informal?; 4.2; Writing a CV; 4.3; A letter to correct; 4.4; A group letter; 4.5; Keeping it brief; 5; Making decisions; 5.1; Bingo diaries; 5.2; Napoleon's decision making; 5.3; How shall we market it?; 5.4; A meeting; Negotiating; 6.1; Conditionals in a negotiation; 6.2; Someone else's shoes; 7; Describing CHANGE; 7.1; The crystal ball game; 7.2; A company's progress; 7.3; Graph dictations; 8; DESCRIBING COMPANIES AND JOBS; 8.2; Describe an organigram; 8.2; Talking pictures; 8.3; My working day; 9; DESCRIBING PROCESSES; 9.1 A roof over your head; 9.2; The process jigsaw; 10; Making comparisons; 10.1; The best offer; 10.2; Selling yourself; 11; Pronunciation; 11.1; Intonation patterns; 11.2; A phonemic phone call; 11.3; Strong or weak?; 12; Giving feedback to your students; 12.1; A memo to your students; 12.2; Pairs to compare; 13; Giving advice; 13.1; When it goes wrong; 13.2; Business scruples; 14; Using numbers; 14.1; Number noughts and crosses; 14.2; Checking the details; 14.3; Shared number dictations; 14.4; Testing each other.

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'A very worthwhile addition to any resource library since it provides both stimulating and highly adaptable material and reduces the burden of preparation for so many of us overworked teachers.' IATEFL Issues