Week 12 ethics.leadership

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Week 12 ethics.leadership

  1. 1. Business English Professor Hayashi
  2. 2. Today Attendance/Homework Check Review Vocabulary Language Review Discussion Case Study
  3. 3. Review – International Markets Which of the following belong to OPEN MARKETS and which of the following belong to PROTECTED MARKETS? laisser-faire dumping regulations subsidise quotas Open Open Protected Protected Protected
  4. 4. Review – Int’l Markets Choose the correct verb to complete the sentences. 1) If you (give us / ’ll give us) a 15% discount, we (‘ll place / place) a bigger order 2) (Would / Does) it help you if we (sent / are sending) the product by express mail? 3) (Will you deliver / Do you deliver) by the end of the week if we (pay / ‘ll pay) the shipping fees? 4) If you (will lower / lower) your price by 7%, we (buy / ‘ll buy) at least 1,000 units. 5) If we (will join / joined) an association, we (would get / will get) a better price on the product. ______ ______ _____ ____ __________ ___ _____ ___ ___ _____ _____
  5. 5. Review – Int’l Markets  When making negotiations, what are the seven stags according to our textbook? R E S P E C T eady yourself xplore each other’s needs ignal for movement robe with proposals xchange concessions lose the deal ie up loose ends
  6. 6. Review – Int’l Markets Try to sell something to one of your group members. Use the ‘useful language’ on negotiating
  7. 7. Vocabulary Which of the following words are honest, which are dishonest? Underline the odd word out. trustworthy law-abiding corrupt a slush fund a sweetener compensation insider trading industrial espionage disclosure a whistleblower a fraudster a con artist a bribe a bonus a commission fraud secrecy integrity a confidentiality agreement a cover up a whitewash H H ______ D D D ___________ D D ________ ____________ H D D ______ D D ______ H _____________ _________ D D 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  8. 8. Vocabulary – Pg. 97
  9. 9. Language Review – Pg. 100
  10. 10. Language Review – Pg. 100
  11. 11. Language Review Do exercise D on page 100 with a partner Tell a partner a story and try to use: - past continuous I was playing (set the scene/background info) - past perfect I had studied (events which happen before the story) - past simple I drank (events in the story) - present perfect I have agreed (present results of the story)
  12. 12. Leadership Exercise A & B – pg. 104 Exercise A cautious/decisive; casual/formal; idealistic/realistic; assertive/diffident; encouraging/critical Exercise B dynamic/laid-back; radical/conservative; ruthless/principled; distant/approachable
  13. 13. Leadership Exercise C & D – page 105 Exercise C 1. cautious 2.critical 3. formal 4.idealistic 5.ruthless 6.approachable 7.conservative 8.principled Exercise D 1. e 2.b 3. a 4.f 5.d 6.c
  14. 14. Language Review – Pg. 107 Defining vs. Non-Defining Clauses Exercise A, B Exercise A 1.which or that 2.which or that 3.who 4.who 5.who 6.who 7.which or that Exercise B 1.which or that, where 2.who/that 3.which/that 4.who/that 5.who/that
  15. 15. Useful Language Prepare a short presentation (3-5 minutes) on a topic of your choice, using the useful language on page 109
  16. 16. Homework! page 122 – vocabulary and narrative tenses exercises page 123 – vocabulary exercise

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