Negotiating games/ worksheets for EFL learners

Updated 20 January 2017

Article on teaching negotiating

 21 ESL negotiating games

Photocopiable negotiations classroom activities

Countable and uncountable nouns negotiation (with Xmas and New Year vocab, but adaptable for other topics) – NEW

Xmas and New Year negotiations – NEW

First and second conditional making proposals negotiating game

Good and bad responses to negotiating phrases (with some amusing bad ones included)

Giving reasons in negotiations

Phrases for negotiations mimes, brainstorming and key words

Negotiating phrases error correction pairwork

Internal and external negotiations roleplays

Negotiations jigsaw dialogues and useful phrases

Starting and ending negotiations simplest responses game and key words

Beginning and ending negotiations (simpler but older version of the game above, probably in more need of editing down…)

Proposals/ suggestions in negotiations game

Preparing for a presentation negotiating for points game

Preparing for a negotiation negotiating for points game

Negotiating language longer phrases games

Negotiating language meeting criteria board game

Different stress and intonation in negotiations

Saying yes, no and maybe in negotiations simplest responses games and key words

Negotiations Insist or soften position

Business negotiations Second conditional

Hotel negotiations pairwork roleplays

BULATS Speaking Part Two tasks on negotiations

Xmas party negotiations (negotiations with points to see who wins!)

Preparing for a presentation negotiations

Your week negotiations

Negotiations and modal verbs

Combined negotiations and other meetings worksheets

Meetings and negotiations needs analysis

Meetings and negotiations vocabulary game

Meetings and negotiations Prepositions pairwork

Meetings and negotiations prepositions and articles pairwork

Meetings and negotiations collocations Dominoes

Related pages

First conditional page

Second conditional page

Main meetings and negotiations page

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