• Discussing topics relating to decision-making in life and in business
  • Listening for gist and analysing the speaker’s choice of language
  • Scanning a text and reading for detail
  • Vocabulary relating to personalities and behaviour
  • Speaking interactively at a brainstorming meeting

Note: parts 6-8 of this lesson will work best with a group of 5+ students.

For a less challenging version of this lesson, click here.

1. Think, then speak

  • a. How many decisions does the average person make in an average day?
  • b. What are the biggest decisions that most people have to make in life?
  • c. When making a decision, what are the possible ways to do it? (for example, consulting a horoscope, consulting a professional expert…)
  • d. Does the type of decision affect the best way to make that decision? For example, if it’s a relationship decision, is the process different from a financial decision?
  • e. Finish this sentence: “The enemy of good decision-making is … ”


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