ANGLAIS - SUR MESURE - TOUS NIVEAUX - CERTIFICATION LTE (LANGUAGECERT TEST OF ENGLISH) - VISIOCONFÉRENCE 20H (E-LEARNING "ESSENTIAL" INCLUS)

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ANGLAIS - SUR MESURE - TOUS NIVEAUX - CERTIFICATION LTE (LANGUAGECERT TEST OF ENGLISH) - VISIOCONFÉRENCE 20H (E-LEARNING "ESSENTIAL" INCLUS)

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Référence 1987_FWF
Langue Anglais
Méthode Visioconférence
NB heures (Visio) 20 H
Prix TTC 1500.00 €
Certification LanguageCert Test of English (LTE)

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Parcours de formation
(Exemples)
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Business trips
In this lesson you will study the present perfect form of the verb 'be'. It also contains grammar for 'going to' + infinitive.
60 min
Commuting
In this lesson you will learn key prepositions and useful adjectives for talking about commuting to work. There is also a vocabulary exercise on car parts. The worksheet covers the present simple with adverbs of frequency and comparative forms of adjectives.
60 min
Companies and places
In this lesson you will study the superlative form of adjectives by reading short profiles of several renowned companies.
60 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
At a restaurant
In this lesson you will learn how to order a meal at a restaurant.
60 min
At a supermarket
In this lesson you will learn useful words and expressions that you can use when shopping in a supermarket.
60 min
At the cinema
This worksheet presents basic cinema vocabulary and gets students talking about films using simple, understandable sentences.
60 min
Achievement
In this lesson you will practice forming sentences and questions in the present perfect simple, as well as learn some common irregular past participle forms. The worksheet includes a text about Brad Pitt and rounds off with a 'Find someone who ...' activity.
60 min
Good advice
In this lesson you will read some simple money-saving tips and learn the positive and negative imperative forms.
60 min
The body
In this lesson yu will learn key vocabulary for describing parts of the body, body actions and the five senses. Basic knowledge of the present continuous as well as verbs of liking/disliking is assumed.
60 min
Visiting the doctor
In this dialogue-aided lesson you will learn how to describe a number of typical medical ailments, symptoms and treatments. The lesson includes two simple doctor-patient dialogues. A basic knowledge of the present simple, present continuous and past simple tenses is assumed.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Asking for directions
In this lesson you will learn how to ask for and give directions. There is a role play activity at the end of the worksheet.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Business people
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet includes a text about Steve Jobs and a gap-fill exercise and speaking activity on Anita Roddick, who was Britain's most famous businesswoman.
60 min
First meeting
You will learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other and review the first, second and third person forms of the verb be.
60 min
Making small talk
In this lesson you will learn how to socialise in English. The worksheets presents a variety of conversation starters and responses.
60 min
Questions
You will practise asking questions with the words who, why, where, when, whose, etc. The worksheet assumes a basic knowledge of the present simple, present continuous and past simple.
60 min
On your desk
This lesson teaches vocabulary for common objects found on a desk.
60 min
Problems at work
The theme of this elementary+ lesson plan is work-related problems. Activities cover office, company and personal work problems. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-based exercise in which you listen to two colleagues trying to fix a printer problem.
60 min
Rules of the workplace
In this lesson you will learn the use of can/can't for talking about permission and prohibition. The lesson features a listening exercise in which a manager is explaining workplace rules to a new employee.
60 min
The workplace
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different places of work as well as common collocations for typical work tasks. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
Interrupting & giving opinions
You need to be able to express positive and negative ideas and feelings in an open, honest, and direct manner. In meetings, you may need to interrupt the discussion to be able to express your ideas. There are expressions and structures you need to learn to be able to do this.
60 min
Giving opinions and reactions
When participating in meetings and presentations, you always need to give your opinions or reactions on certain matters. It would be good to learn how exactly this can be done in English.
60 min
Requesting coworkers to perform a task
We cannot do all tasks alone. We need to know how to delegate work. You should be able to ask coworkers to perform tasks in a polite manner.
60 min
Discussing problems and giving advice in a meeting
Imparting knowledge and wisdom is a natural extension of close working relationships. This is needed especially if you are discussing a problem. Giving counsel or suggestions which could influence a situation or decision is a sensitive language function. There are specific rules and expressions that you need to apply.
60 min
Asking questions and clarifying information
It’s important to minimize misunderstandings that can damage relationships and compromise your work by clarifying issues and confirming information in a nonthreatening manner
60 min
Company history
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about the history of a company using the past simple.
60 min
Countries and nationalities (business version)
You will learn and put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. You will use target language to talk about the origins of some world famous brands. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb 'be'.
60 min
Describing people at work
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives for describing people's character traits at work.
60 min
Entertaining business clients
In this dialogue-based worksheet, you will learn vocabulary connected with entertaining business clients. Activities cover choosing places to take clients, the dos and don'ts of hosting clients and useful restaurant language. The worksheet ends with a conversation between two colleagues discussing where to take their clients.
60 min
Work and play
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical work tasks and leisure time activities. The worksheet presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Work relationships
In this lesson you will learn basic vocabulary for describing the relationships between the members of a company's staff.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Countries and nationalities
In this lesson you will put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb ‘be’.
60 min
Describing people
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives and structures for describing people’s appearance and personality.
60 min
Nice to meet you
This is a short warmer lesson. Learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other.
60 min
Celebrities
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet is based on a text about Michael Jackson.
60 min
Christmas Day
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary connected with Christmas. Exercises cover typical Christmas things, presents, Christmas dinner and what people do on Christmas Day.
60 min
Social expressions
You will learn and practise some basic social expressions.
60 min
Summer words
Students learn and practise summer vocabulary in this lesson plan. There are exercises on summer food, clothes, and sports and activities. At the end of the lesson, students ask each other questions about summer.
60 min
True or false
In this lesson you will study the comparative form of adjectives and at the same time learn the names of different animals.
60 min
A city break
In this lesson you will learn and practice vocabulary to talk about a city break. Exercises cover places to go, what to pack and how to get around a city. There is a also a grammar activity on there was/there were, in which you can complete a conversation in a messaging app. 
60 min
At a hotel
In this lesson you will learn how to book a hotel room and check in at a hotel.
60 min
Crazy hotels
In this lesson you will learn how to create sentences with there is and there are. The worksheet is based on a text and dialogue about four unusual hotels. There is a vocabulary exercise and a speaking activity. The lesson develops reading, listening and speaking skills.
60 min
Buying souvenirs
In this lesson you will learn and use words for different souvenirs. Listen to a conversation between a tourist and a shop assistant, and practice buying souvenirs.  
60 min
Clothes and colours
In this worksheet you will look at words for different items of clothing and learn how to describe different colours. There is also a grammar exercise on 'some', 'a/an' and 'any'.
60 min
In a clothes shop
This lesson covers basic vocabulary for describing clothes as well as practical expressions for clothes shopping.
60 min
Sweet things
You will learn words and phrases related to sweet foods and practise how to use subject and object pronouns.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Asking for directions
In this lesson you will learn how to ask for and give directions. There is a role play activity at the end of the worksheet.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Business trips
In this lesson you will study the present perfect form of the verb 'be'. It also contains grammar for 'going to' + infinitive.
60 min
Commuting
In this lesson you will learn key prepositions and useful adjectives for talking about commuting to work. There is also a vocabulary exercise on car parts. The worksheet covers the present simple with adverbs of frequency and comparative forms of adjectives.
60 min
Companies and places
In this lesson you will study the superlative form of adjectives by reading short profiles of several renowned companies.
60 min
On your desk
This lesson teaches vocabulary for common objects found on a desk.
60 min
Problems at work
The theme of this elementary+ lesson plan is work-related problems. Activities cover office, company and personal work problems. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-based exercise in which you listen to two colleagues trying to fix a printer problem.
60 min
Rules of the workplace
In this lesson you will learn the use of can/can't for talking about permission and prohibition. The lesson features a listening exercise in which a manager is explaining workplace rules to a new employee.
60 min
The workplace
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different places of work as well as common collocations for typical work tasks. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
Making and taking calls
The telephone is one of the most important means of communication in an office. Learning the right thing to say when you make and receive phone calls should be a priority.
60 min
Taking and leaving messages
Most people become flustered when asked to leave a message to another person or on a voice mail box. It takes some skill and practice to be able to effectively take and leave messages on the phone.
60 min
Setting an appointment
Setting an appointment is a very important skill in the corporate world. In this lesson, you will learn the basic expressions you need to master to be able to set an appointment through the telephone.
60 min
Making enquiries
It’s important to know how to make enquiries on the phone. In this lesson, you will learn the proper way of asking questions in English.
60 min
Following up requests and orders
After making the initial call to request for or to order something on the phone, you still need to follow it up by calling again. Learn the right expressions and vocabulary to be able to perform this activity.
60 min
Requesting for and clarifying information
It is sometimes hard to understand each other on the phone. For this reason, you need to know how to request and clarify information.
60 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Describing appearance
In this lesson you will learn how to describe other people’s physical appearance. The worksheet presents common adjectives used for describing what someone looks like as well as questions for asking about another person’s looks.
60 min
How do you feel?
In this you will learn and practice words for feelings. The worksheet includes visual, text-based and speaking activities. There is also an explanation on the different verbs that can be used when people talk about how they feel.
60 min
New people
In this lesson you will learn useful expressions for meeting and getting to know new people. The lesson also covers the use of the present simple and present continuous. There is animated video version of the dialogue included in the lesson plan.
60 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
A day out
This lesson presents a range of vocabulary designed to help you talk about activities they might do on a free day, including visting an adventure park, exhibition, art gallery, etc. The lesson includes a dialogue between an art gallery visitor and a ticket seller.
60 min
Pet crazy
The topic of this lesson is keeping pets. Learn key vocabulary and then read an article about a Brazilian family that live with nine tigers. This is followed by an animal vocabulary exercise.
60 min
Shops and shopping
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about shops/stores and shopping.
60 min
Television
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for talking about television. Adverbs of frequency are also reviewed and practised.
60 min
Asking questions
This simple lesson is designed to build confidence when using question structures.
60 min
First conditional review
In this lesson you will review the first conditional structure.
60 min
Prepositions of movement
In this lesson you will study prepositions of movement and practise how to use them. The worksheet contains both visual and written activities.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Education
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the education system in your country using British and American English.
60 min
Famous firsts
In this lesson you will find out about the first time important events happened. There are listening and reading activities, plus exercises covering key vocabulary, irregular verbs and time phrases with 'in'.
60 min
Learning English
This lesson teaches you how to say the letters of the alphabet, how to ask about the meaning and spelling of unfamiliar words and how to describe different parts of speech (nouns, verbs, prepositions, pronouns adverbs).
60 min
Past review
In this video-aided lesson review the past simple and past continuous tenses.
60 min
Controversy
In this lesson you will read about a Norwegian proposal to ban begging. The worksheet also introduces the first conditional structure.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
Prepositions of movement
In this lesson you will study prepositions of movement and practise how to use them. The worksheet contains both visual and written activities.
60 min
Assertive communication in negotiations
You need to be able to express positive and negative ideas and feelings in an open, honest, and direct manner. You need to be able to take responsibility for your words and actions without judging and blaming others. You should also be able to constructively confront and find a mutually satisfying solution in times of conflict.
60 min
Negotiating
A negotiation is like a battle. You need to come prepared and fully armed with the right expressions, vocabulary, and grammatical structure. This lesson will give you some of what you need before you sit at the negotiating table.
60 min
Making predictions in negotiations
One trap commonly experienced by negotiators is the "prediction trap", where conditions regarding uncertain matters are either over- or underestimated. In this lesson, you will learn to recognise these negotiation traps, both in language and in concept, and how to avoid them.
60 min
Expressing probability
To express the likelihood or chance that a given event or situation will occur is a language function used when explaining and discussing figures, trends, progress, future plans, as well as in decision-making.
60 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Work and pay
This lesson plan covers vocabulary for talking about work pay. There are exercises on salary collocations, work benefits and how to read a payslip.
60 min
Business emails
In this lesson you will learn how to write emails for their work. The worksheet compares formal and informal styles of writing.
60 min
Describing a job
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about a job. The worksheet presents some common nouns, adjectives and expressions used for describing jobs.
60 min
What to wear at work
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary for work clothes worn in different professions. The worksheet also includes activities on what to wear for job interviews and common differences between words for work clothing in British and American English.
60 min
Work space
In this lesson you will read a text about the pros and cons of working in an open-plan office. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary and speaking. There is also an exercise on linking words and phrases.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Future review
In this video-aided lesson you will review the structures going to, will and the present continuous for talking about the future.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Coffee personality
In this well-rounded lesson you will read a short article on how people's coffee drinking preferences determine their personality traits. A number of adjectives for describing character are introduced, and comparative and superlative forms are studied in the grammar part of the lesson.
60 min
Informal emails
In this lesson you will learn how to write informal emails. The worksheet presents a variety of typical words and expressions used when greeting someone in an email, writing pleasantries, attaching files, etc.
60 min
Photo story
In this lesson you will listen to Kate talking about her Facebook photos and study the past continuous tense.
60 min
Stereotypes
In this lesson you will read a short article on the perception of British culture according to expats living in Britain. The passive voice is studied in the grammar part of the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
In the family
In this lesson you will learn how to describe family members and relationships.
60 min
In the future
In this lesson you will read about the future predictions that science fiction writer Isaac Asimov made in 1964 about the world of 2014. The structure 'will + infinitive' for making predictions is studied and practised.
60 min
Life stages
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the different stages of a person's life from childhood to old age.
60 min
Future review
In this video-aided lesson you will review the structures going to, will and the present continuous for talking about the future.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
A day out
This lesson presents a range of vocabulary designed to help you talk about activities they might do on a free day, including visting an adventure park, exhibition, art gallery, etc. The lesson includes a dialogue between an art gallery visitor and a ticket seller.
60 min
Pet crazy
The topic of this lesson is keeping pets. Learn key vocabulary and then read an article about a Brazilian family that live with nine tigers. This is followed by an animal vocabulary exercise.
60 min
Shops and shopping
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about shops/stores and shopping.
60 min
Television
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for talking about television. Adverbs of frequency are also reviewed and practised.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
So do I!
In this lesson you will learn how to use the phrases 'so do I' and 'neither do I.'  The lesson ends with a dialogue between two friends talking about a movie they just saw.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
Just/Already/Yet
In this lesson you will learn the meaning of just, already and yet, and how to use them with the present perfect. There are text-based and visual exercises. 
60 min
In the countryside
In this short lesson you will learn how to describe the countryside, including typical land features and people who live and work in rural areas.
60 min
Nature and wildlife
This lesson teaches you how to describe the natural world, including landscape, wildlife and natural disasters.
60 min
Saving the earth
In this lesson you will learn a number of simple collocations for talking about environmental issues as well as the use of 'should/shouldn't + infinitive' for giving advice and recommendations.
60 min
Space
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for space items, planets and words for exploring space. The worksheet also includes a grammar activity on as + as comparisons, and material to help revise the superlative.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Education
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the education system in your country using British and American English.
60 min
Famous firsts
In this lesson you will find out about the first time important events happened. There are listening and reading activities, plus exercises covering key vocabulary, irregular verbs and time phrases with 'in'.
60 min
Learning English
This lesson teaches you how to say the letters of the alphabet, how to ask about the meaning and spelling of unfamiliar words and how to describe different parts of speech (nouns, verbs, prepositions, pronouns adverbs).
60 min
Past review
In this video-aided lesson review the past simple and past continuous tenses.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Work and pay
This lesson plan covers vocabulary for talking about work pay. There are exercises on salary collocations, work benefits and how to read a payslip.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Assertive communication in negotiations
You need to be able to express positive and negative ideas and feelings in an open, honest, and direct manner. You need to be able to take responsibility for your words and actions without judging and blaming others. You should also be able to constructively confront and find a mutually satisfying solution in times of conflict.
60 min
Negotiating
A negotiation is like a battle. You need to come prepared and fully armed with the right expressions, vocabulary, and grammatical structure. This lesson will give you some of what you need before you sit at the negotiating table.
60 min
Making predictions in negotiations
One trap commonly experienced by negotiators is the "prediction trap", where conditions regarding uncertain matters are either over- or underestimated. In this lesson, you will learn to recognise these negotiation traps, both in language and in concept, and how to avoid them.
60 min
Expressing probability
To express the likelihood or chance that a given event or situation will occur is a language function used when explaining and discussing figures, trends, progress, future plans, as well as in decision-making.
60 min
Contracts
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to contracts.
60 min
Different perceptions
Read about a survey on men and women business owners and learn some new adjectives for describing character traits. The lesson includes a grammar exercise on the structure verb + object + infinitive/-ing.
60 min
Email style
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary to write emails in English. The worksheet presents the differences between formal, informal and neutral email styles, and there are a number of writing exercises that you can practise using different levels of formality.
60 min
Unusual CV mistakes
Read an article about mistakes that job candidates make on their CVs and the consequences of these errors.
60 min
Past simple vs. continuous
In this lesson you will study and practise the basic differences between the past simple and past continuous. All of the examples of use are in a business English context.
60 min
Answering questions and queries
As the facilitator or chair of meetings, you will often be asked questions regarding the matter you just took up. How you answer these questions will help you in managing your staff, projects and issues better.
60 min
Expressing and asking for opinions
Facilitating meetings does not prevent you from participating in the discussion and offering your own opinions. However, you must also be adept at eliciting others' feedback and opinions for a more productive outcome to your meetings.
60 min
Giving instructions
Meetings are often concluded with agreed action plans to address issues and work towards the general goal. As facilitator, you are given the task of mediating, assigning tasks, and giving instructions.
60 min
Conducting a meeting
It is important to learn the various stages and structure of a meeting in order to effectively achieve what has been set in the agenda. These stages come with appropriate language structures that need to be learned.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Banking
This lesson teaches useful words and phrases for describing banking products and services including types of bank accounts, loans, payment methods and foreign exchange. Learn how to exchange money from one currency to another, pay in and withdraw cash, enquire about their bank balance and check your overdraft limit.
60 min
Food and drink
Learn and practise vocabulary related to food and drink.
60 min
Learning languages
In this lesson learn vocabulary related to learning languages. The target language includes words and expressions for describing features of languages and useful questions for asking about words.
60 min
Vacation or holiday?
Confused by American and British English vocabulary? Here are some common differences.
60 min
Longevity
The theme of this lesson is longevity. Read an article on the habits that can lead to a longer life and study common collocations for describing healthy lifestyles. Structures for speculating and explaining are also studied and practised.
60 min
Pet benefits
Read an article about the health benefits of keeping a pet. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary for talking about health and well-being as well as functional expressions for connecting ideas and developing an argument.
60 min
Smog war
Read about Italy's air pollution problem and what the government is doing about it. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on the present perfect.
60 min
Sport
Learn and practise vocabulary related to sport.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Crazy idea
The theme of this 6-page worksheet is the migrant crisis in Europe. Read about an Egyptian billionaire who wants to accommodate desperate refugees on two privately-owned Greek islands.
60 min
Sightseeing
In this lesson learn some common adjectives for describing a tourist destination.
60 min
The universe
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with the universe. There is a short text on the universe and a vocabulary exercise on things that happen in space. The lesson finishes with an activity on comparing different things. 
60 min
War and conflict
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary related to war, conflict and terrorism. The worksheet includes several discussion activities.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Cars
In this lesson learn how to talk about cars. The worksheet introduces vocabulary for describing different exterior and interior car parts as well as a number of common phrasal verbs related to driving.
60 min
Metro stress
The theme of this lesson is transport and stress. Read an article on the problems faced by commuters and workers on the metro in the Russian capital Moscow. The passive voice is studied and practised.
60 min
Road and transport
Learn and practise vocabulary related to road and transport.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Comfort food
The topic of this lesson is cooking. Read an article on the cooking repertoire of the British and study words to describe different kinds of food and cooking. Students then talk about their own countries’ cuisines.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Company and job
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary for talking about your company and job. Study expressions for describing a company’s history, location, size, market position, financial results and strategy. Listen to three co-workers talking about their work. Learn how to talk about your job responsibilities and what you like/dislike about your work.
60 min
Introductions
This lesson teaches expressions for first-time introductions. Through listening learn how to introduce yourself to a colleague or business associate and make appropriate small talk.
60 min
Showing round visitors
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing areas of an office, shop or factory and practise giving a tour of their workplace using a variety of useful expressions.
60 min
Work clothes
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about work clothing and dress code. The lesson includes a news report about a London receptionist who was sent home for not adhering to her company's dress code policy.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Emergencies
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary related to the emergency services as well as expressions for reporting an emergency.
60 min
Helping people
In this lesson you will learn and practise expressions for offering, accepting and refusing help. The lesson also teaches common phrases for responding when other people express their gratitude.
60 min
Making plans
This lesson teaches vocabulary and expressions for making plans and arrangements. Through listening learn how to schedule, cancel and re-schedule a meeting. The use of the present continuous for stating future plans is also studied, as well as common phrasal verbs used when making arrangements.
60 min
Staying with people
The lesson teaches vocabulary and expressions related to the topic of staying and living with other people. Through listening learn how to welcome a guest, make small talk, make offers and requests, as well as thank somebody for their hospitality.
60 min
At the clothes shop
This lesson teaches common words and expressions for describing clothes (in British and American English), clothing material and shopping for clothes.
60 min
At the hospital
This lesson presents words and expressions for describing different ailments and injuries as well as hospital wards and staff. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-aided exercise in which you can listen to a hospital patient discussing her problem with a doctor. 
60 min
At the restaurant
This lesson teaches common words and expressions for describing food and drink, restaurant service and parts of meals. Through listening learn how to order a meal in a restaurant as well as discuss menu options with a guest and decide who to pay.
60 min
Visiting the dentist
In this lesson you will learn a variety of words and expressions for describing dental equipment and communicating with a dentist in English.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Contracts
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to contracts.
60 min
Different perceptions
Read about a survey on men and women business owners and learn some new adjectives for describing character traits. The lesson includes a grammar exercise on the structure verb + object + infinitive/-ing.
60 min
Email style
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary to write emails in English. The worksheet presents the differences between formal, informal and neutral email styles, and there are a number of writing exercises that you can practise using different levels of formality.
60 min
Unusual CV mistakes
Read an article about mistakes that job candidates make on their CVs and the consequences of these errors.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Cultural diversity
Read an article on the cultural and linguistic diversity of Manchester.
60 min
Cultural know-how
The topic of this lesson is the importance of understanding the cultural etiquette of different countries. The lesson introduces idioms concerned with etiquette and behaviour such as go Dutch, follow suit, return the compliment. Present modal verbs for advice, possibility and necessity are revised and past forms are introduced and practised.
60 min
Networking
Read an article on the benefits of making useful connections in business and how to be a good networker. In the grammar section of the worksheet, a variety of structures with ‘get’ are studied and practised.
60 min
Problem solving
In this lesson you will learn useful language for handling and solving problems at work. Vocabulary for describing different types of problems and solutions is studied. Listen to several dialogues and study the expressions used by the speakers to declare and diagnose a problem as well as make suggestions and take action.
60 min
Sharing viewpoints
This lesson teaches language for sharing opinions during business meetings and discussions. Listen to a teleconference involving the board members of an IT distribution company discussing a proposal to expand their business.
60 min
Introduction
One of the best ways to ensure the success of a presentation is to start it right. Introducing the presentation with the right expressions and vocabulary words will help make the participants understand the objectives of the presentation clearly.
60 min
Body of the presentation
All the important points are discussed in the body of the presentation. This is the reason why you should carefully choose the words you use in order to make your message clear and understandable to the participants. You must also be adept at managing your “audience” to ensure your presentation does not go overtime.
60 min
Conclusion
Wrap up the presentation correctly with the appropriate expressions and grammar structures. This part of the presentation has to be remembered well by the participants as this is where you sum up what has been discussed.
60 min
Presentation Proper
This session is in place for the sample presentation you will give during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Office annoyances
Read an article about the things that people find most annoying in the office in this lesson plan. Activities focus on understanding the text, plus key words and phrases.
60 min
Office hygiene
Read an article about the microorganisms that can be found on our office desks. The worksheet activities focus on key vocabulary and understanding the text.
60 min
Office speak
The theme of this light-hearted lesson is office jargon. Read a satirical article on everyday business cliches used in the modern workplace.
60 min
Waiting in line
Read about how the modern office environment has changed and the innovative workplace practices of Google, Facebook and other big tech companies.
60 min
Back to work
This lesson looks at the benefits of working at home compared with office work. Read an article about Yahoo!'s controversial decision to ban staff from working remotely.
60 min
Flexible working and gender roles
Read about the benefits and drawbacks of flexible working for men and women in the UK workforce. The lesson focuses on vocabulary, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Leadership and management
Learn words and phrases related to leadership and being a manager. Read an article about what makes a good manager and practise vocabulary for positive and negative leadership qualities. Also learn management verbs.
60 min
Managing a phone call
Learn how to manage a phone conversation in English. Vocabulary for describing telephone behaviour is studied. Listen to a phone call and study the expressions used to direct and change the topic of the conversation.
60 min
Stereotypes and the older worker
Read an article about the misconceptions people have about older workers. Complete comprehension activities plus exercises on key vocabulary.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Born to snooze
The theme of this lesson is people’s sleep-wake cycles. Complete a questionnaire to discover if you are genetically predisposed to waking up early or late and then read an article to find out how you fit in society and what type of profession would suit you best. The lesson teaches a variety of idioms related to waking and sleeping. You will also learn how to indicate your opinion using a variety of adverbs and adverbial phrases.
60 min
Patience and waiting
In this vocabulary lesson learn words and phrases connected with patience and waiting. 
60 min
Personality
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to personality.
60 min
Procrastination
Do you procrastinate? This lesson is based on a newspaper article that discusses procrastination and presents a few creative solutions for avoiding idle behaviour.
60 min
Smart but lazy
Read an article on the connection between laziness and high intelligence. The lesson focuses on vocabulary, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Colloquial English
Learn and practise a variety of common colloquial terms used in text messages and everyday speech.
60 min
Mind your thoughts
Read an article about how computers will soon be able to read our minds and delete our thoughts. Activities focus on reading, speaking and understanding, plus key vocabulary. There is also an exercise on prefixes.
60 min
Time
Learn useful phrases, words and idioms related to the topic of 'time'.
60 min
Burnout
The topic of this lesson is occupational burnout. Read an article about a French proposal allowing employees the right not to send emails out of hours.
60 min
Funny business
How can comedy be useful in a business environment? That's the topic of this lesson plan. Read an article on the benefits of improvisational comedy in business and discuss whether learning improv would be useful in their professions.
60 min
Stress relief
Read an article about an unusual method of relieving stress involving volunteers from Madrid. In the grammar section of the lesson, reduced relative clauses are studied and practised.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Digital detox reality
Read about the possible effects of taking a break from using technology, especially smartphone usage. The lesson focuses on vocabulary, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Information technology
This lesson covers a range of vocabulary for talking about general areas of IT, including software, hardware, web hosting, web design and troubleshooting.
60 min
Technology and inventions
In this lesson you will learn how to describe technology and inventions. The lesson includes plenty of discussion activities as well as a newspaper article on Google Glass, Google's latest technical innovation.
60 min
The media
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary for describing the media.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Used to vs. would
This lesson presents the differences between used to and would for talking about repeated actions in the past.
60 min
In the city
This video-enhanced lesson will help you talk about cities in a more descriptive manner.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
Being tactful
In this lesson you will study common adjectives for describing polite and impolite behaviour. You will also learn how to avoid causing offence by using diplomatic ‘softening’ words and structures.
60 min
Body language
In this lesson you will learn and practise a variety of verbs, collocations and idioms related to body language, movements and gestures. Learn how to be more descriptive when talking about common emotions and non-verbal signals.
60 min
Discussing opinions
Listen to two friends discussing the cuisines of different countries and study the expressions that are used for sharing opinions, agreeing and disagreeing.
60 min
Optimism and pessimism
This lesson focuses on the language of optimism and pessimism. Learn a variety of words to describe people that are optimistic and pessimistic, as well as phrases and idioms on the theme.
60 min
Holiday myths
In this lesson you will read an article on ‘holiday myths’ – common misconceptions about holiday risks and dangers. Study vocabulary for talking about first-aid and hygiene.
60 min
Solo travel
In this lesson you will read an article about how people are increasingly travelling alone, according to a recent UK survey. The lesson focuses on reading, vocabulary development and speaking.
60 min
Taxi!
The topic of this lesson is driving. Read an article on the opinions of British travellers on taxi drivers around the world and learn vocabulary for describing driving technique as well as British and American English terms for different road features. The differences between the gerund and infinitive forms in two-verb structures are reviewed and practised.
60 min
Travel and holidays
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to travel and holidays.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Business idioms
Learn 13 common idioms used in Business English.
60 min
Chairing meetings
This lesson teaches useful expressions for those who need to chair meetings in English. After studying vocabulary for describing the skills and roles of a chairperson, listen to a dialogue in which the managers of a language training centre discuss their company’s advertising strategy. Key expressions used by the chairperson of the meeting are studied.
60 min
Small talk
This lesson teaches expressions and techniques for making conversation. Study vocabulary for describing different types of social interaction as well as typical conversation openers and responses.
60 min
Speaking
In this lesson you will learn a variety of verbs and idioms for describing the way somebody speaks.
60 min
A changing world
The lesson is based on an article about a Polish railway worker who regained consciousness after 19 years in a coma to discover how much his country had changed since the time of his accident in 1988. Vocabulary related to health and politics is studied, and there is a review of the past and present tenses used when giving biographical information about someone.
60 min
Household problems
In this lesson you will learn how to describe a variety of household problems, including leaking pipes, carpet stains, power cuts, blocked toilets, mislaid keys, etc.
60 min
Problems
Study several nouns used for describing different types of mistake. Also learn how to make a complaint, explain a problem, make an apology, show sympathy and promise action.
60 min
What if?
This lesson is based on an article that examines what the world would like be if certain past events had or had not taken place. The third and mixed conditionals are studied and practised in the grammar exercises.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Phrasal verbs with get
The lesson presents 16 common phrasal verbs with 'get'.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
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