Business English: Meetings

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About this course: This course will teach you vocabulary and skills related to participating in meetings. You will learn terms and phrases used both in email and in speaking to arrange, participate in, and conclude meetings. The goals of this course are to enable you to participate effectively in on-site meetings and teleconferences and to prepare you to write a proposal as an outcome of a meeting. Course Learning Objectives • Arrange a meeting though email and by telephone • List expectations and protocols related to on-site meetings and teleconferences • State phone numbers, dates, currencies and sales figures accurately • Write a proposal with appropriate organization and vocabulary

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About this course: This course will teach you vocabulary and skills related to participating in meetings. You will learn terms and phrases used both in email and in speaking to arrange, participate in, and conclude meetings. The goals of this course are to enable you to participate effectively in on-site meetings and teleconferences and to prepare you to write a proposal as an outcome of a meeting. Course Learning Objectives • Arrange a meeting though email and by telephone • List expectations and protocols related to on-site meetings and teleconferences • State phone numbers, dates, currencies and sales figures accurately • Write a proposal with appropriate organization and vocabulary

Created by:  University of Washington
  • Taught by:  Richard Moore, Extension Lecturer, International & English Language Programs

    UW Educational Outreach
  • Taught by:  Daphne Mackey, Extension Lecturer, International & English Language Programs

    UW Educational Outreach
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Syllabus


WEEK 1


Introduction to Meetings
In this first week, you’ll learn about different types of meetings and what makes a successful meeting.


10 videos, 6 readings, 2 practice quizzes expand


  1. Video: Video: Welcome to Meetings
  2. Reading: Read Me
  3. Video: Video 1: Course Overview
  4. Video: Video 2: Successful Meetings
  5. Discussion Prompt: Discussion Forum
  6. Video: Video 3: Costco
  7. Reading: Costco Reading
  8. Reading: Vocabulary List
  9. Video: Video 1: Setting Up a Meeting
  10. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1
  11. Video: Video 2: Writing an Email Announcing a Meeting
  12. Video: Video 3: Improving a Meeting Announcement Email
  13. Reading: Vocabulary List
  14. Video: Video 1: Introduction
  15. Video: Video 2: Responding to Meeting Announcements
  16. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1
  17. Video: Video 3: Rescheduling a Meeting
  18. Reading: Vocabulary List
  19. Reading: Week 1 Summary

Graded: Successful Meetings
Graded: Setting Up A Meeting Email
Graded: Writing an Agenda
Graded: Responding to Meeting Invitations
Graded: Writing and Responding to a Meeting Announcement

WEEK 2


The Language of Meetings
In week two, you’ll learn about participating in and running meetings in The Language of Meetings.


12 videos, 5 readings, 4 practice quizzes expand


  1. Video: Video 1: Introduction
  2. Video: Video 2: Scenario 1
  3. Video: Video 3: Scenario 2
  4. Video: Video 4: Lecture on Effective Practices in Meetings
  5. Discussion Prompt: Discussion: Business Meetings In Your Culture
  6. Video: Video 5: Lecture on the Language for Leading the Meeting
  7. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz
  8. Reading: Vocabulary List
  9. Video: Video 1: Introduction
  10. Video: Video 2: Scenario Video
  11. Video: Video 3 Lecture on the language of agreeing/hedging
  12. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1 Part 1
  13. Video: Video 4: Lecture on ways to disagree
  14. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1 Part 2
  15. Reading: Vocabulary List
  16. Video: Video 1: Introduction
  17. Video: Video 2: Scenario Video
  18. Video: Video 3: Challenges of Teleconferences
  19. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz
  20. Reading: Vocabulary List
  21. Reading: Funny video of a Conference Call
  22. Reading: Week 2 Summary

Graded: Teleconferencing
Graded: Plan a Teleconference

WEEK 3


Reporting In Meetings
In the third week you’ll learn how to give a report in a meeting and what to do at the end of the meeting to summarize what has been decided.


14 videos, 4 readings, 4 practice quizzes expand


  1. Video: Video 1: Introduction to the Week and Lesson
  2. Video: Video 2: Providing Background Information
  3. Video: Video 3: Scenario Meeting at Rainier Chocolates
  4. Video: Video 4: Directing People’s Attention
  5. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz
  6. Video: Video 5: Lecture on Reporting and Referring to Sources
  7. Reading: Vocabulary List
  8. Video: Video 1: Introduction to the Lesson
  9. Video: Video 2: Scenario: Interview with a College Student
  10. Video: Video 3: Scenario : Interview With A Shopper
  11. Video: Video 4: Lecture: Describing Consumer Behavior
  12. Discussion Prompt: Discussion Forum
  13. Video: Video 5: Monetary Amounts
  14. Video: Listen: Reporting on Data Quiz
  15. Practice Quiz: Reporting on Data
  16. Reading: Vocabulary List
  17. Video: Video 1: Taking Minutes
  18. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1
  19. Video: Video 2: The Language Of Writing Minutes
  20. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 2
  21. Video: Video 3: Taking Minutes FAQs
  22. Reading: Vocabulary List
  23. Reading: Week 3 Summary

Graded: Directing People's Attention
Graded: Reporting on Data

WEEK 4


Writing A Proposal
In the final week, you’ll look at how to write a proposal based on the decision of a meeting.


12 videos, 5 readings, 4 practice quizzes expand


  1. Video: Video 1: Introduction to this Week: Creating a Proposal
  2. Video: Video 2: Brainstorming
  3. Video: Video 3 Scenario Video 1: A Brainstorming Meeting
  4. Video: Video 4 Scenario Video 2: A Brainstorming Meeting
  5. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1
  6. Video: Video 5: Language for Brainstorming
  7. Video: Video 6: Interview with Theo Chocolates
  8. Discussion Prompt: Discussion Forum: Brainstorming
  9. Reading: Vocabulary List
  10. Video: Video 1: Organization of Written Proposals
  11. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1
  12. Video: Video 2: The Language of Proposals
  13. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 2
  14. Video: Video 3: Improving a Written Proposal
  15. Reading: Vocabulary List
  16. Video: Video 1: Writing A Proposal
  17. Practice Quiz: Practice Quiz 1
  18. Video: Video 2: Deciding on Locations
  19. Video: Video 3: Taking Notes from a Meeting
  20. Reading: Potential Locations for Rainier Chocolates New Store
  21. Reading: Vocabulary List
  22. Reading: Week 4 Summary

Graded: Brainstorming Ideas
Graded: Add the Missing Words
Graded: Creating a Proposal

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