Self-study|IT|Pre-Int|Lesson 15: Meetings
Do the crossword
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Read some bad tips for organizing a meeting, correct and rewrite them
Today we’re going to learn how to participate in a meeting successfully using the right tactics and target language.
Spin the wheel and answer the questions. Use the voice recorder
Listen to two people describing the meetings they remember well and choose the correct option about each of them
Match the problems with the actions that must be done in such situations
Tick the appropriate phrases according to the category
Complete the second sentence with one of the given words so that it means the same
Imagine you’re in a meeting and your colleagues say such phrases. Think of possible responses in these situations.
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Reorder the words and read some problems you can face during the meeting
Complete the questions with the right words
Take part in a meeting with your colleagues. Use the phrases you’ve practised today
Purpose: to create an action plan on how to improve meetings in your workplace
Agenda: Read the short dialogues between your boss and colleagues below. In each case, express your opinion. You might have to butt in a conversation, contradict, clarify, etc.
Read the text and choose a heading for each paragraph
Choose the correct option to complete the phrases
Learn other phrases useful for holding a meeting.
Click on the extra word in each sentence
There are different classifications of meetings based on their purpose, format, regularity, duration and many other factors. Let’s learn more about these types of meetings that are popular in the IT sphere.
Read the texts about types of meetings and choose the best name for each
Listen to three people giving their opinions about meetings and mark the sentences as True or False
Complete the points below with the right words
How are meetings held in your company? Write about it in the text area below covering the points from the previous exercise
- Firstly, …
- Also, …
- What’s more, …
- However, …
- Nevertheless, …
- Finally, …
- As for me, …
- Let's start!
- What do you think of meetings?
- The language that will help
- Let's practise it!
- Meetings at your workplace
- Stick to the agenda
- Homework 1
- Homework 2
- Homework 3
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