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  1. 1. Recap 1© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Recap In the previous lesson you learnt to: • Understand the structure of a presentation • Use signposting language • Use linking language • Prepare and deliver a presentation For Aptech Centre Use Only
  2. 2. Supply Chain Management For Aptech Centre Use Only
  3. 3. At the end of this lesson you will be able to: • Describe a process • Use passive when talking about a process • Use sequencers to organise a description of a process • Write about a process 3© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Learning Objectives For Aptech Centre Use Only
  4. 4. • What can you see in the picture below? How would you define a ‘supply chain’? 4© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Supply Chain Management For Aptech Centre Use Only
  5. 5. Match the definitions. 5© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Pre Listening Tasks Words Definitions 1. complexity of (n) a. an important basic part of something complicated, for example, a system or plan 2. Intricacy (n) b. to make something clean by removing dirty or harmful substances from it 3. element (n) c. the complicated nature of something 4. notion (n) d. To put goods on display ready for sale 5. fundamental (adj) tenet (n) e. to start doing something or to start to have success in your career or an area of activity For Aptech Centre Use Only
  6. 6. Match the definitions. 6© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Pre Listening Tasks Words Definitions 6. break into the bottled water business (phr v) (transitive) f. relating to the basic nature or character of something a principle, or a belief 7. purify (v) (regular) (transitive) g. the complicated parts or details of something such as a system or problem or pattern 8. distribution (n)[uncountable] h. to remember to consider something when you are thinking about or doing something else 9. bearing something in mind (expression) (transitive) i. the process of supplying goods from one central place to shops 10. To stock the shelves (v) (regular) (transitive) j. knowledge or understanding of something For Aptech Centre Use Only
  7. 7. Listening Skills • Listen to part of a lecture on supply chain management. • Then check your answers with your partner. 7© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Pre Listening Tasks For Aptech Centre Use Only
  8. 8. Answers 8© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Pre Listening Tasks Words Definitions 1. complexity of (n) c. the complicated nature of something 2. Intricacy (n) g. the complicated parts or details of something such as a system or problem or pattern 3. element (n) a. an important basic part of something complicated, for example, a system or plan 4. notion (n) j. knowledge or understanding of something 5. fundamental (adj) tenet (n) f. relating to the basic nature or character of something a principle, or a belief For Aptech Centre Use Only
  9. 9. Answers 9© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Pre Listening Tasks Words Definitions 6. break into the bottled water business (phr v) (transitive) e. to start doing something or to start to have success in your career or an area of activity 7. purify (v) (regular) (transitive) b. to make something clean by removing dirty or harmful substances from it 8. distribution (n)[uncountable] i. the process of supplying goods from one central place to shops 9. bearing something in mind (expression) (transitive) h. to remember to consider something when you are thinking about or doing something else 10. To stock the shelves (v) (regular) (transitive) d. To put goods on display ready for sale For Aptech Centre Use Only
  10. 10. Match the pictures to the nouns: 10© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise bottling plant spillage shrink wrap forklift plastic cap For Aptech Centre Use Only
  11. 11. Answers 11© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise plastic cap forklift bottling plant shrink wrap spillage For Aptech Centre Use Only
  12. 12. 12© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise Complete the following sentences using the words from 16.1.1. 1. The rooms are fitted with systems that ____________ the air and water. 2. She was familiar with the ______________ of international law. 3. Do you ____________ green tea? 4. __________________ that it's Christmas, how much do you think the flight will cost? 5. Difficulties were caused by the __________________ the application process. 6. Plans have been made for the for the marketing and __________________of the new software. 7. I haven't the faintest ____________ what you're talking about. 8. Our new management system includes two __________________.For Aptech Centre Use Only
  13. 13. Complete the following sentences using the words from 16.1.1. 1. The rooms are fitted with systems that ____________ the air and water. 2. She was familiar with the ______________ of international law. 3. Do you ____________ green tea? 4. __________________ that it's Christmas, how much do you think the flight will cost? 5. Difficulties were caused by the __________________ the application process. 6. Plans have been made for the for the marketing and __________________of the new software. 7. I haven't the faintest ____________ what you're talking about. 8. Our new management system includes two __________________. 13© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise purify intricacies stock Bearing in mind complexity distribution notion essential elementsFor Aptech Centre Use Only
  14. 14. Listening Skills • Listen to the lecture giving an introduction to Supply chain management. 14© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Supply Chain Management Process For Aptech Centre Use Only
  15. 15. While listening answer the following either True or False. 1. Supply chains are a group of different organisations. 2. Supply chains are always complex. 3. The customer is central to the supply chain. 4. A bottle of water has four components. 5. Cardboard boxes are shrink wrapped. 6. Shopkeepers make a large profit on bottled water. 7. Storage fridges are free. 8. Supply chain managers are good organisers. 15© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise For Aptech Centre Use Only
  16. 16. Answers 1. Supply chains are a group of different organisations. 2. Supply chains are always complex. 3. The customer is central to the supply chain. 4. A bottle of water has four components. 5. Cardboard boxes are shrink wrapped. 6. Shopkeepers make a large profit on bottled water. 7. Storage fridges are free. 8. Supply chain managers are good organisers. 16© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise True False True False True True True True For Aptech Centre Use Only
  17. 17. Speaking Skills 17© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Opinion 1. What is the profit to the entrepreneur? And to the retailer? 2. Is the water bottling industry a good business to invest in? 3. Look at the figures below. Do they surprise you? Discuss with your partner if you think these figures are realistic. 4. What overheads do you think the retailer must pay? 5. How much profit do you think they now make out of the $67c they receive from you for the water? Where the money goes on a $1.45 bottle of water Amount Retailer $0.67 Transportation $0.47 Water Bottle Production $0.16 Profit to manufacturer $0.15 For Aptech Centre Use Only
  18. 18. Look at the following and underline the passive in each of the following sentences. 1. If your company makes a product from parts purchased from suppliers, and those products are sold to customers, then you have a supply chain. 2. The complexity of the supply chain will vary with the size of the business and the intricacy and numbers of items that are manufactured. 3. A simple supply chain is made up of several elements that are linked by the movement of products along it. 4. Back to those bottles and caps, they will be transported to your factory in card board boxes. 5. Those boxes must be shrink wrapped, to keep the bottles all together, then put on pallets and carried by forklift to a lorry which will drive them to you. 6. When the bottles are taken from the distribution centre to the shops and vending machines we again need more drivers. 18© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Passive Voice For Aptech Centre Use Only
  19. 19. Answers 1. If your company makes a product from parts purchased from suppliers, and those products are sold to customers, then you have a supply chain. 2. The complexity of the supply chain will vary with the size of the business and the intricacy and numbers of items that are manufactured. 3. A simple supply chain is made up of several elements that are linked by the movement of products along it. 4. Back to those bottles and caps, they will be transported to your factory in card board boxes. 5. Those boxes must be shrink wrapped, to keep the bottles all together, then put on pallets and carried by forklift to a lorry which will drive them to you. 6. When the bottles are taken from the distribution centre to the shops and vending machines we again need more drivers. 19© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Passive Voice For Aptech Centre Use Only
  20. 20. Thinking • Look at the picture of how plastic bottles and caps are made in a factory. 20© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Writing About a Process For Aptech Centre Use Only
  21. 21. 1. Where does the process start and where does it end? Label each stage of the process 1-10. Check with another pair. 2. Discuss what you think happens before stage 1 and what happens after stage 9. Compare your thoughts with another pair. 21© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Writing About a Process For Aptech Centre Use Only
  22. 22. Answers 1. lorry from oil refinery 2. raw materials 3. high pressure oven 4. PET plastic granules 5. recycled PET plastic 6. injection moulder melts plastic and forces it into blow moulder 7. blow moulder releases product - removed by technician 8. quality controller 9. packaging 10. warehouse storage 22© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Writing about a Process For Aptech Centre Use Only
  23. 23. It is very important to plan before writing anything. Look at the plan and write notes of what you are going to include in each paragraph. 23© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Planning Planning notes Para 1 Introduction and overview of picture Para 2 How process begins up to mixing of plastic Para 3 From granules to product Para 4 From product creation to warehouse For Aptech Centre Use Only
  24. 24. • Compare your plan with your partner. • Discuss any differences in approach and finalise your plan. 24© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise For Aptech Centre Use Only
  25. 25. Now prepare to write about 200 words. Two things to think about using when writing about a process are: 1. Sequencers for example, next, then, after, before, once, show the order in which things happen. Now look back at the text. What other sequencers can you find? 2. Passive 25© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise For Aptech Centre Use Only
  26. 26. • Check each other’s finished work. • Correct any mistakes and highlight any points that could be made better. 26© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Exercise For Aptech Centre Use Only
  27. 27. Compare your answers with the model answer. The diagram shows the various stages involved in the making of plastic bottles and caps in a plastic bottling plant. Clearly, this is a complex procedure that involves a wide range of complicated machinery and many workers with different skill sets. Initially, the raw materials have to be transported from the oil refinery to the plant. On arrival these are transferred to a large storage drum and from there they are put into a special oven which heats them at high pressure to create the PET plastic granules. These granules are then mixed with recycled PET granules to create the right mix ready to convert them into plastic bottles. To do this, the plastic granules are funnelled into an injection moulder which melts the plastic. This is then forced into the blow moulder where the shape of the bottles are made. When they are ready they are removed from the machine by a technician and transferred to the conveyor belt for packaging. It is here that the bottles or caps are monitored for quality and purpose by the quality controller. Any damaged or faulty products are recycled. The products that are fit for purpose are then packaged into cardboard boxes. These boxes are then taken to the warehouse, in this case by a forklift. 27© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Check Your Answer For Aptech Centre Use Only
  28. 28. 28© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Test Your Knowledge 1. Rearrange the components of the supply chain. Components Correct Order 1 Manufacturer 2 Shopper 3 Retailer 4 Distributor 5 Supplier For Aptech Centre Use Only
  29. 29. 29© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Test Your Knowledge 1. Answers Components Correct Order 1 Manufacturer Supplier 2 Shopper Manufacturer 3 Retailer Distributor 4 Distributor Retailer 5 Supplier Shopper For Aptech Centre Use Only
  30. 30. 30© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Test Your Knowledge 2. Identify the passive voice. Sentences 1 I don’t believe it could have been written by him!. 2 She opened the door and walked in. 3 The article was written in 2014. 4 The producer gave the instructions. 5 The entire event was planned by James. For Aptech Centre Use Only
  31. 31. 31© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE Test Your Knowledge 2. Answers Sentences 1 I don’t believe it could have been written by him!. 2 She opened the door and walked in. 3 The article was written in 2014. 4 The producer gave the instructions. 5 The entire event was planned by James. For Aptech Centre Use Only
  32. 32. 32© Aptech Training Ltd. FZE In a Nutshell… In this lesson you learnt to: • Describe a process • Use passive when talking about a process • Use sequencers to organise a description of a process • Write about a process For Aptech Centre Use Only
  33. 33. 33 Thank You © Aptech Training Ltd. FZE For Aptech Centre Use Only

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