Work English - Sales and Selling - Doing Deals

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In this EFLT Direct introductory English lesson on making deals in sales. The learner is allowed to expand vocabulary and use nouns to make sentences. The learner will interact with classmates and demonstrate understanding of the topic. The ideal student will already be able to interact at a basic to intermediate English speaking level.

This topic may be studied as a single topic or combined with other topics for broader understanding. Learners may study it in a group or as an individual learner.

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PowerPoint Presentation : Sales and Selling Nouns and Clauses Intermediate Learner   A deal is a deal Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Have you ever made a deal with someone for something, please tell the class about it ? Have you ever made a deal that you were not happy with, or was forced to make due to unforeseen circumstances? In making deals we might not get what we bargained for or we might not have read the fine print, Lets discuss this! A bargain always cheers me up. Tell us what your thoughts are on this and why. Know Your Goal Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : What does the ‘fine print’ mean? Do you think that it is very important to go through a deal or contract carefully, taking your time to read everything properly, before signing it or making a purchase? Most salesmen and women are honest when making deals. Let’s discuss. What are your thoughts about the phrase, “A deal is a deal” and do you think that one can back out of a deal? In your country, what are the legal implications of breaking a contract ? Step Ahead Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : 1. Agenda 2. Commission 3. Credit 4. Deadline 5. Discount 6. Incentive 7. Negotiate 8. Refund 9. Salary 10.Terms 11.Warranty Vocabulary Focus Match the word with the description a promise that the things you sell will be of good quality  a detailed plan for a meeting. to get a better price or make a better arrangement  a lower price the details of an agreement or contract giving money back to the customer a monthly or yearly pay a special price to get customers to buy  when you buy first, but pay later the time by which some project must be finished a percentage of each sale that goes directly to the salesperson   Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Credit Agenda Commission Discount Incentive Deadline Negotiate Terms Warranty Salary Refund

PowerPoint Presentation : Grammar Focus A common noun is the word used for a class of person, place or thing. Examples are : Car, Man, Bridge, Town, Water, Metal. A proper noun is the name of a person, place or thing (i.e., its own name). A proper noun always starts with a capital letter. Examples are: Daniel, December, Secretary, Wednesday, New Zealand. Common Nouns Proper Nouns Mr Smith, Contract, Paper, January, Pen, File, Register, Chair, February, Monday, Tuesday, Africa. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved There are several different types of nouns. These include: common nouns (e.g., abstract nouns, collective nouns, compound nouns, concrete nouns, non-countable nouns, gender-specific nouns, verbal nouns), proper nouns, and pronouns (despite pronouns being classified as a different part of speech). Divide these nouns into these two categories of Common Nouns and Proper Nouns. Pen January Paper Contract Mr Smith Tuesday Chair February Monday Register File Africa

PowerPoint Presentation : Combine the above words from our topic of discussion today with the Nouns from to construct sentences. For Example: The terms of this contract are quite good, Ï think we have a deal! We cannot give you a refund after 90 days. Sorry! Sentence Builder Agenda, Commission, Credit, Deadline, Discount, Incentive What Are Clauses? A clause is a group of words that includes a  subject  and a  verb . Here are some examples: Tara ate a cheese roll  after she watched the news .( Tara ate a cheese roll)  is an independent clause. It works as a standalone sentence. Even though his mother was a driving instructor , my cousin failed his driving test six times. It is the same here in this sentence! Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

PowerPoint Presentation : Student Interaction Use the language learned in this topic to interact with your classmate. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Now it’s your turn! Yes sir that’s correct, but there are no refunds after seven days, so if the computer crashes or gets damaged before the seven days we can still refund you in full! Let me see, you said if I buy this Computer, I will get a 2 year warranty, is that correct? So do we have a deal now Mrs Cooper? But what service can you offer me if My computer gets damaged after seven days? Student B Student A

PowerPoint Presentation : Summary This introductory lesson on making deals in sales allowed the learner to expand vocabulary and use nouns to make sentences. The learner interacted with classmates and demonstrated understanding of the topic through sentence building and role play with the use of clauses. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved

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