Business Consultation
 
 

Workers' Rights

In this lesson students will look at rights and responsibilities in the workplace by reading scenarios, learning work-related vocabulary and roleplaying situations. 

 

Knowing Your Rights

In this lesson students will listen to a story about one woman’s experience at work; they will take notes and learn lots of new work-specific vocabulary. 

 

The Gig Economy

In this lesson students will watch a video about the Gig Economy, in pairs will each read a case study about working in this sector and will convey the advantages and disadvantages within them to a partner. 

 

Changing Jobs

In this lesson students will listen to someone talking about their work history and will answer questions on it, practicing using subordinating conjunctions, and then they will role-play and ask one another about their characters’ work histories. 

 

Expectations of Work

In this lesson students will look at the findings of a survey about what people felt was important to them at work and to an audio of two people discussing this survey and their own work preferences and dreams; students will then think and talk about their own work values using the language of expressing and responding to opinions. 

 

Reasons for Volunteering

In this lesson students will look at three people’s experiences of volunteering: their motivations and the skills they hope to gain. 

 

Developing Skills through Volunteering

In this lesson students will look at hard and soft skills and how these can be developed, and will read about three people’s experience of volunteering. 

 

Choosing a Volunteering Role

In this lesson students will look at adverts for volunteering roles where they’ll identify the hard and soft skills a volunteer might develop, and will write an application. 

 

The Right Volunteering Role

In this lesson students will match voluntary roles with people they might suit, and then will talk about their own experience and skills to role-play interviewing one another for a position.