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Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
Claire Hart English360 Webinar: Creating communicative activities english360 1
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If you teach English for professional purposes, the aim is usually to prepare your learners to successfully communicate in the workplace. Most participants will have a series of communicative events …

If you teach English for professional purposes, the aim is usually to prepare your learners to successfully communicate in the workplace. Most participants will have a series of communicative events which they need to take part in through the medium of English and, particularly with in-company learners, it becomes important to move away from just talking about their job and focus on helping them to do their job in English. Creating authentic and relevant communicative activities can sometimes be a challenge however. Claire Hart will share ideas on creating effective activities which enable learners to rehearse the communicative events they take part in during their working lives, leaving you with a 5 step plan you can use with your own learners.

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  • 1. CREATINGCOMMUNICATIVEACTIVITIESEnglish360 Community Webinar – ClaireHart
  • 2. Communicative activitiesDoing business in English, not justtalking about business in English
  • 3. Five Steps 1. Communicative event analysis 2. 5. Feedback/ Communicative post-task event selection 4. Student- 3. Language driven input simulation
  • 4. 1. Using communicative tasks toidentify needs
  • 5. 1. Using communicative tasks toidentify needsDescribe a process at work 1. 2. 3.
  • 6. Production process- Business FrameworksPaul Emmerson http://learn.english360.com/courses/view/2730
  • 7. 1. Communicative eventanalysis What do you...? Who do you...? How often do you...? Why do you...? What´s your role...?
  • 8. What...? Explain how to process acontractWho...? Colleagues from home & abroadHow often...? About once a monthWhy...? Processing is always done inEnglishYour role...? Trainer/ guide
  • 9. Manfred the milling shopmanagerHas contact with: other managers in his department colleagues in other countries suppliers from other countries customers in other countries
  • 10. 2. Prioritising communicativeeventsWhat factor should impact the most when weprioritise communicative events?
  • 11. English360 needs assessments
  • 12. 3. Language input Making a phone call to a supplier 1. Asking for information 2. Making requests 3. Negotiating
  • 13. complaints - Business Contacts, CarlDowse http://learn.english360.com/courses/view/17 4
  • 14. Self-authored activities
  • 15. 3. Language Input Taking part in an international meeting 1. Active listening 2. Making suggestions 3.Talking about the future
  • 16. 4. Student-driven simulation RELEVANT AWARE ALERT
  • 17. 5. Feedback / post-task How do you do feedback? Have you tried recording learners or having them record themselves?
  • 18. Thanks for coming along...Please stay in touch:clairehart@gmail.combusinessenglishlessonplans.wordpress.com

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