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Block 5 Crisis Management
Week 5 Overview Lesson 1 | Homework | Lesson 2 | Homework | * Doc 5.1 Crisis Management Lesson 1 – Vocabulary/ Listening/Speaking * ML Vocabulary P. 105 | Doc. 5.2 Vocabulary HW Crisis Management Business BriefDoc. 5.3 Listening HW Managing Crises | * Doc 5.4 Crisis Management Lesson 1 – Reading/Speaking * ML Reading P. 107 * ML P. 108 Language Review – Conditionals * Doc 5.5 Cases for Discussion/ Doc 5.6 Crisis Management Scenarios for Discussion | Crisis Management Extra ReadingsICE forum follow up task: Language Review C Discussion |

Week 6 Overview Lesson 1 | Homework | Lesson 2 | Homework | * Introduction to Coursework 3 and Portfolio – hand out Student Guidelines for CW3 * Doc.6.1 Evaluation: Introduction to Evaluation – Criteria – Evaluation of SourcesNote: Ss to prepare a seminar for Lesson 2 in Week 8 where they have to introduce their topic, title and sources, and explain why they were chosen (how many, different types, etc.) | 1) Ss do web search on crises, choose topic and write a title for assignment2) Download from ICE & read doc on ‘Research Sources’3) Preview Doc 6.2-A - vocabulary for Titan case study | * Doc 6.2-S Titan Case Study (based on old ML)OR * Doc 6.2-S - Speed Reading Comprehension Questions – ‘Keeping your client relationship afloat’ (based on old ML – see ppt in relevant folder). | Students choose sources and begin note-taking doc for their sourcesSelf –Study:1) Download & read docs on Recording References’ & ‘Using Quotations and Citations’2) Read p.131, ML - Reports |

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Week 8 Overview Lesson 1 | Homework | Lesson 2 | Homework | Toyota Case Study – * Doc 8.1 S Task Sheet – Discussion and Listening * Doc 8.2 A – Article 1 - Accelerating towards crisis: a PR view of Toyota’s recall * Doc 8.2 S: Note-taking * Doc 8.2…...

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