2 Unit 4 Franchising Objectives Language focus Skills Key Vocabulary Lead-inReadingVocabularyHomework
3 ObjectivesWhen the learners finish learning this unit, they should be able toproviding information on franchisingcollecting information on franchising
4 Language focus Used to, be/get used to • used to we use used to +infinitive to talk about things that happened regularly in the past but have changed now.eg. They used to live in London. Now they live in Madrid. I used to go to work by bus. Now I take my car.
5 • Be/get used to1. we use be used to to talk about things we don't mind doing because we have become familiar with them.eg. I'm used to office work.2. when be used to is followed by a verb it takes the ing form, eg. I'm used to working in an office.3. we use get used to to talk about the process of becoming familiar with something that is new.eg. I quickly got used to working in an office.
6 Skills Writing: an e-mail message: applying for franchise information Reading: Bang & Olufsen franchise brochureListening: Janis Errickson, a Dunkin'Dunuts franchisee
8 Lead-in1.In pairs, think of as many examples as you can of franchise operations in your country in the following sectors.2.student A, make a list of what you think are the principal advantages and disadvantages of the franchise system for a franchisee. Student B, do the same for a franchisor. Compare your lists.3. In pairs, decide if the points below refer to franchisees or franchisors.
9 Reading Words and expression boast: have as a feature rush: a busy periodbomb site: a place where a bomb has explodedsnore: breathe noisily when sleeping
11 AdverbsLook at these adverbs expressing time from the text on page 381.Early morning is always an effort for me.2.Recently I've been arriving around 8:30 a.m.3.Eventually this should give me more time.4.We've already expanded the seating.5.We're currently eighth in the UK league.6.We can sometimes lose our casual workers.7.I‘ve usually divided the mass of paperwork.
12 Homework 1. listening to the tape after class. 2.reciting the new words and the text of key vocabulary.3.writing a composition.