Building a business
To provide fluency speaking practice in a managing a discussion in the context of building a business
To provide clarification of managing a discussion in the context of building a business
Procedure (30-45 minutes)
- Ask Ss these questions: 1) Would you consider starting your own business? 2)What kind of business would you start? 3)Is there anything stopping you from doing it? -Reflect the photo of a famous businessman on the board. Ask Ss "Do you know this? What kind of company does he run?" -Tell students they will talk about the story of his business: "Nusret and his business partner decided to start a new business. They needed a plan. Let's see what they planned." -Stick the conversation between him and his partner on the board randomly. Ask Ss to order them. -Once they have ordered, check "first of all, let's recap, let's sum up, moving on the next, let's focus on". -Tell them they will complete the first exercise with these words. -Hand out worksheets. -Tell Ss they have three minutes. -Put Ss in pairs. -Ask them to match the phrases they have just learned to the situations to check the meaning. -Peer check.
-Put the students into groups of two and tell them they will build a company to promote tourism. Instruction: You will set up a company now. Decide the things in the table of your company. Write down some ideas. You have ten minutes. ICQS: Do we work in groups? - Yes. Do you have fifteen minutes?- No. -Monitor them closely. -WC feedback.
-Tell Ss they will come up with a plan for the business. They will work in their previous groups. Give each student a task for the company. Instructions: You have a meeting with your business partners. Come up with a plan. Use the phrases we learned. You have five minutes. Student A: Keep the meeting focused. Make sure you discussed everything. Student B: Take notes about your decisions. You are the spokesperson and will sum up after the meeting. Student C: You will produce ideas for your business. ICQs: Do we have ten minutes?- Yes. Do we discuss our plans?- Yes. After they finished, they will tell the other groups about their business plan. Let them decide which group has the best plan.