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Does the product meet the standards?
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Does the product meet the standards?

Lesson overview

In this lesson, students will learn vocabulary used to explain and talk about production, processes, and ISO norms. 

 

Introduction

The student reads a passage about the process of making coffee and identifies phrasal verbs related to production (sort out, scoop up, put into, ship off).

 

Phrasal verbs related to production and processes

A list of phrasal verbs related to production and processes is presented. The student uses it to fill in the gaps in a paragraph about production. Next, they insert correct prepositions to complete phrasal verbs.

The student is also introduced to phrasal verbs used to describe methods and tools. The student then uses them to complete the sentences.

 

Reading: the 5S

The student reads and learns about the method 5S and then answers reading comprehension questions. New vocabulary is extracted from the text for the student to match it with appropriate meanings (squander, plummet, ergonomic, etc.).

 

Video: How chocolate is made

The student watches a video about the process of making chocolate. Then, they complete the steps of the process by filling in the gaps based on what they heard.

 

Reading: Quality control

After reading a short paragraph about ISO norms and quality control, the student answers reading comprehension questions. New vocabulary is extracted from the text for the student to match it with the synonyms (mitigate, meticulous, defect, etc.).

 

Good production practices

The student completes a two-part visual of good production practices using phrases from the box (inspect production, recycle, provide quality certificate, etc.).

Finally, they do a word family exercise where they complete a table by matching adjectives with the right prefixes (misunderstood, underestimated, illogical, etc.).

 

 

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