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Unit1 COMPANY STRUCTURES
Unit1 COMPANY STRUCTURES Objectives Language focus Skills Key vocabulary Lead-in Language Focus Homework
Objectives When the learners finish learning this unit, they should be able to providing information on some companies structures collecting information on some companies structures.
Language focus Present perfect and past simple Describing changs
Skills Writing: a company profile Reading: the Phillips story :company profile Listening: company structures of Zurich Financial
Key vocabulary company detail structure marketing literature annual report presentation information founder key dates events shareholders management workforce organization chart board of directors managing director Senior management middle management
Lead-in listen to seven people talking about their work and decided which department each one works for? Phillips is a major multinational company which has almost 30,000 trademarks registered worldwide. In groups, study the organization chart below.
Words and expression Patent : to get a legal document to stop others manufacturing a product Anti-establishment: not in agreement with government or authority. Rebel: some one who fights against authority Customized: designed for a particular customer
Language Focus Present Perfect and past simple We use the present perfect to talk about: the present result of something that happened at an unspecified time in the past. Hes decided to look for a new job. Im afraid Ive forgotten your name.
actions or situations which started in the past and continue in the present. How long have you worked here? Shes been away on business since last week. I havent seen him for several years. 1
We use the present perfect + for to show the duration of an action, and the present perfect + since to show when an action began. Ive known her for three months. Ive known her since July. We often use the present perfect with these adverbs: just ever never lately so far up to now 2
Past Simple We use the past simple to talk about actions and events which happened in a finished period of time in the past. Pasteur made important medical discoveries. Did you go to the meeting yesterday? She worked in Paris for five years before moving to Rome. 7
Reading Refine: improve Modify: make small changes Synonymous with a disposable age: represents our fast-moving world Gillette: major manufacturer of razors and toiletries Manufacture: a firm which makes or produces goods.
Skill Focus 1. this job involved… 2.I reported directed to … 3. I was employed as… 4.I worked… 5. the next position I held was… 6. I was then promoted to … 7. In this role… 8.Ive worked…
Homework 1.listening to the tape after class. 2.reciting the new words and the text of key vocabulary. 3.writing a composition.