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TEL. (81) AV. JOSÉ ELEUTERIO GONZÁLEZ # 2901, LOCAL 16 3er. PISO, NEXTEL. (81) COL. MITRAS NORTE, 64230, MONTERREY, N.L.MX LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS
Our Programs Program - Business Pre- Intermediate - Get introduced to business vocabulary/ situations. Intermediate - Easily follow and contribute to complex interactions between third parties in group. Advanced – effective communication in Business. Program - Conversation Level 1 – Give a simple description or presentation of people, living or working conditions, daily routines Level 2 – Make his/her opinions and reactions understood Level 3 - Maintain a conversation or discussion fully engaged..
Our Proposal –Module Development English Program Module Development English Program especially designed for a specific group of participants with a limited agenda. Training will be conducted as workshops allowing thus to complete a monthly minimum attendance through an integral Business Competences Skills Development focusing on specific opportunity areas.
Prepare a meeting including its essential elements: purpose, agenda, result and report assigning the member’s roles to each participant. Acting out their roles. Assessment - Example
Inversión : Inversión por participante por módulo $1500 m.n Inversión de examen de ubicación $500 m.n (examen en línea)
MEETINGS Main Objective To provide the participants with the vocabulary, grammar structure, and expressions to run meetings in a successful way.
MEETINGS 1st. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions Identify the main elements that makes a good meeting One Grammar: Wh Questions. The present simple, the present continuous Forms: Positive, Negative, Interrogative Vocabulary: Verbs of speaking: say, tell, talk, speak and discuss. *Chairing – Starting, moving, along, bringing in/stopping, finishing. *Turn – Taking – coming in, handing on *Listening *Considerations for others. *Recommending *Voice - pronunciation, intonation.
MEETINGS 1st. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions Identify the main elements that makes a good meeting Two Grammar: The future with will and the future with going to. Nouns, articles and time prepositions. Type of Questions 1: Overhead – What are the figures for the last quarter? Direct - ____, what is the current bugdet? Factual – When will the system be installed? Leading – I suppose you are pretty busy? Encouraging – I’d be interested to hear about… Vocabulary: Verbs of reporting: arise, rise, raise, lie and lay. Language – Accuracy, vocabulary Style – Speed, manner, polite forms Discussing Clarifying information Asking questions Presenting and dealing with questions.
MEETINGS 2nd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/ Abilities Functions Provide the participant with certain amount of language to Chairing a meeting One Grammar: The past simple, the past continuous Expressions of frequency, degree with very, too, and enough; adverbs: already, yet, again and still. Opening the meeting- Good morning, ladies and gentlemen/colleagues If we are all here – Shall we start? First of all, I’d like to introduce…. Would you like to say a few words? Have you all got a copy of the agenda? Moving to the first point – Let’s look at the first point. Hanging over to another person – Right ----, over to you Bringing people in – Anything to add, ……..? Stopping people talking – One at a time, please! Listening actively – Right, I see; Um, that’s interesting Asking for repetition or clarification – I’m sorry. I didn’t hear what you said
MEETINGS 2nd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge /Abilities Functions Provide the participant with certain amount of language to Chairing a meeting Two Grammar: Auxiliaries and modals Noun compounds Determiners: some, any, all; Quantifiers: all, many, much, several, few, little, both, either, neither, each, evey Preventing irrelevance – Keep to the point, please Paraphrase – So what you´re saying is… Summarising – To sum up then… Keeping an eye on the time – We’re running short of time Moving to the next point – Well. I think tat covers everything on that point. Let’s move on. Controlling decision-making – I’d like to propose that… Indicating follow-up tasks , do you think you could…..? Closing the meeting – Thanks for your participation.
MEETINGS 3rd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/ Abilities Functions The participant will conduct a meeting One Grammar Questions: Direct and indirect Shall and should Vocabulary: Comparison of adjectives; likes and preferences ability and inability, prepositions of place. Getting the chair’s attention – May I come in here? Asking for and giving opinions – I believe that... ; Do you really think that…..? Agreeing and disagreeing – I totally agree with you; I’m afraid I can’t agree with you Advising and suggesting – We should meet again. I don’t think we have enough time. Requesting information and action – Does your company organise training programmes? Could you tell me if your company organises training programs. Checking and confirming information – I’m sorry I didn’t hear what you said
MEETINGS 3rd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions The participant will conduct a meeting. Two Grammar: Clauses of contrast Types of Questions 2: Ambiguous – Is it a good move to make the investment now? Controversial – Are managers born or made? Provocative – What do you feel about the claim that we have weasted? Probing – Could you give an example of….? Closed – Do you think we can solve this problem? Supportive – So you feel this is pretty important? Redirected - ____, how would you define “ _____”? Comparing and contrasting ideas – We will use their services despite the high cost Asserting and toning down information - We have had an extremely good year. Connecting and sequencing ideas. After seeing the experiences of other companies, we must take action to increase our market share. Describing trends – Production volumes have falen. This year profits have risen to $2m.
MEETINGS 4th. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions - Competencies Assesment Video- shooting OneParticipants will be assesssed either individually or in group. Items to be Assess: 1.Vocabulary 2.Acceptable performance 3.Pronunciation 4.Use of Structure - Grammar Prepare a meeting including its essential elements: purpose, agenda, result and report assigning the member’s roles to each participants.
MEETINGS 4th. Week ObjectiveSessionEvaluationFunctions - Competencies AssesmentTwo Feed back to participant s – three screenins: Individual, Partners and Teacher. Criteria 1 to 4 where pass is 3. Acting out their roles.
PRESENTATIONS Main Objective To provide the participants with the vocabulary, grammar structure, and expressions to prepare an effective presentation.
PRESENTATIONS 1st. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions Identify the main elements of an effective presentation One Grammar: Verb tenses, adjectives and adverbs. Verb… ing: *The present continuous verb, e.g. I am going. *Adjective forms, e.g. an interesting product. Vocabulary: and, or, but. Subordinating conjunctions: when, though, because. Organisation of information Delivery of information Use of language
PRESENTIONS 1st. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/Abi lities Functions Structuring the presentation Two Grammar: Verb… ing *The present participle, e.g. I hear the MD presenting the results. *Noun forms, e.g. interested in increasing our market share. Vocabulary: General purpose connectors: who, which. Adverbial connectors: so, yet, then. Introduce yourself: Good morning/afternoon, ladies and gentlement/colleagues. My name is … and I am … of … Introduce your talk: I’d like to say a few words to you today about… I shall take about 15 minutes of your time. I aim to talk to you for about 15 minutes.
PRESENTATIONS 2nd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions Giving an effective presentation One Grammar: Sentence types – simple and complex Vocabulary: To signal logical relationships: Cause: therefore, as a consequence. Contrast: yet, but, even so, nevertheless, still. Condition: then, i that case. Comparison: similarly, in he same way. Concession: anyway, at any rate. Contradiction: in fact, actually, as a matter of fact, indeed. Alternation: instead, alternatively. *Introducing your first point: to start with, then I’d like to consider… First of all, I’d like to look at… *Finishing a point: Those are the main points on… So that, then, is … Now we’ve looked at/deal with. *Starting a new point: Now let’s turn to… Next we come to… Turning now to…
PRESENTATIONS 2nd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge /Abilities Functions Giving an effective presentation Two Grammar: Present Perfect Vocabulary: Connectors and sequence markers such as: first of all, therefore, in brief. However. *Referring to what you have said: As I said at the beginning… I told you a few moments ago that… *Referring to what you will say: I’ll come to that later. I’ll return to this point in a few minutes. I’ll comment on this in my conclusion.
PRESENTATIONS 3rd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions Presenting visuals effectively One Grammar: Past Perfect Vocabulary: To signal textual relationships: Addition: also, besides, too, moreover, furthermore. Equivalence: in other words, that means, that is to say. Inclusion: for example, for instance, such as, as follows. Highlight: in particular, in detail, notably, mainly. Verbs: increase, extend, collapse, slump, reduce, drop, mantain. Other expressions: to stand at, to reach a peak of, chart, flowchart. *Emphasizing important points: I’d like to start by drawing your attention to… I think you’ll be surprised to see that… *Making contrasts and describing results: As a result… the venture resulted in sharp fall in share prices. *Talking about trends: Sales increased slightly in summer. This was followed by a gradual decline.
PRESENTATIONS 3rd. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/AbilitiesFunctions Concluding presentation Two Grammar: Subordinate clauses Vocabulary: To signal textual relationships: Summary: to sum up, then, overall, in brief/short. Conclusion: in conclusion, finally, lastly, to conclude. Generalization: usually, normally, as a rule, on the whole, in most cases. Stating the obvious: naturally, of course, obviously. *Summarising: So now I’d just like to summarise the main points. In brief, we have looked at … *Concluding: That’s all I have to say for now. That concludes my talk. Thank you for your attention. Inviting questions: An now, if you have any questions, I’ll be glad to answer them. Does anyone have any questions?
PRESENTATIONS 4th. Week ObjectiveSessionSkills/Knowledge/Abiliti es Functions Assesment Video-shooting OneParticipants will be assesssed either individually or in group. Items to be Assess: 1.Vocabulary 2.Acceptable performance 3.Pronunciation 4.Use of Structure - Grammar Create an effective presentation including the main elements and using the learnt functions.
PRESENTATIONS 4th. Week ObjectiveSessionEvaluationFunctions AssesmentTwo Feed back to participant s – three screenins: Individual, Partners and Teacher. Criteria 1 to 4 where pass is 3. Exhibit the prepared presentation