The 6 most important negotiation skills

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negotiation skills

LESSON OVERVIEW

This is a reading and vocabulary worksheet which you can use with your Business English students. They will read some original blog article where an expert talks about negotiation skills and tips. The text is packed with nice and useful language that your students will learn as well as practise by getting engaged into a meaningful work-related conversation.

B2 / Upper Intermediate30 minStandard LessonPremium Plan

DISCUSSION

The worksheet starts with a short discussion about negotiation skills. Students get a list of negotiation skills and they have to say what they mean in their opinion. Monitor the discussion and set some time limit for it as some students might get into really extensive discussions about these negotiation skills.

READING & VOCABULARY

Next, students read the text and compare the ideas they’ve come up with during the discussion. In the next task, students have to find some words and phrases in the text and match them to the correct meanings. The worksheet ends with a fill-in the gaps exercise. Students have to complete a few questions with the vocabulary from the text. After that, they can work in pairs, and ask and answer these questions.

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  1. timexer

    Is there a presentation version included in this lesson? I can only see the student’s and teacher’s versions. Thanks 🙂

    1. Justa

      This worksheet doesn’t have a presentation as it’s based on a quite a long text and includes just a few tasks connected with it. Actually, it is one out of only three worksheets on our website that don’t go with e-lesson plans.

    2. Justa

      Hi there! We decided to create an e-lesson plan for this worksheet, so check it out!

  2. Jordana Villanueva Cantero

    WHERE IS THE REST OF THE LESSON? AREN’T YOU GONNA PUT IT, BECAUSE THERE A FEW PIECES OF INFORMATION MISSING. PLEASE

    1. Stan

      What do you mean? Everything is there, as far as I see. This worksheet is just 2-page long. Email us so that we can help you out with this.

  3. [email protected]

    Where’s the link for the text?

    1. Justa

      The text is in both the student’s and teacher’s worksheets.

  4. pjacovella

    Thank you ! It s been an excellent opportunity to practise business vocabulary with my students.

    1. Ewa

      That’s great to hear! Thank you for the feedback 🙂

  5. Anna Malzy

    I love this lesson so please do consider making a presentation version as I would love to share it with my online students in the clear and attractive way I share the rest of your lessons! Anna 🙂

    1. Justa

      Hi Anna! Thank you so much for your feedback! We’re glad you find this lesson useful! To make your life a bit easier, we’ve just created an e-lesson plan for it 🙂 Enjoy!

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