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Negotiating role play

Teacher's notes:

  • 1. Initially ask one student to come in front of the group and ask him/her if you can have one of his/her possessions e.g. a pen, notebook - something he/she has in class.

  • 2. Try to negotiate for the object and use negotiating exponents e.g. I'll give you my board pen, if you give me your pen (conditional), I can give you

...

if you

...

.

  • 3. Come to a conclusion and then explain to the students that they are going to do the same type of negotiation.

  • 4. Explain that they all have very famous wildlife conservation parks and that they need to obtain certain animals.

  • 5. Hand out the roles.

  • 6. Tell the students to exchange their animals and to obtain what they need.

  • 7. Tell the students to make sure that they get a good deal; possibly tell them to exchange two or three times in order to get what they want!

:: esl resource center :: www.eslsite.com Negotiating role play Teacher's notes: 1. Initially ask one student

You have two Asian elephants, two boa constrictors and one zebra. You would like a sea lion and a buffalo.

:: esl resource center :: www.eslsite.com Negotiating role play Teacher's notes: 1. Initially ask one student

You have a buffalo and two sea lions. You would like three boa constrictors, a grizzly bear and a zebra.

:: esl resource center :: www.eslsite.com Negotiating role play Teacher's notes: 1. Initially ask one student

You have a grizzly bear and a bald eagle. You would like some sea lions and a zebra.

:: esl resource center :: www.eslsite.com Negotiating role play Teacher's notes: 1. Initially ask one student

You have an Asian elephant and a rhino. You would like a boa constrictor and a bald eagle.

:: esl resource center :: www.eslsite.com Negotiating role play Teacher's notes: 1. Initially ask one student

You would like some poison dart frogs and a sea lion. You have a grizzly bear, a boa constrictor and three sea lions (one sea lion is sick.)

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You have some sea lions, a grizzly bear and a rhino. You would like a bald eagle and some snowy owls.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You have three snowy owls, poison dart frogs and a bald eagle. You would like a sea lion and a rhino.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You have two Asian elephants and three boa constrictors. You would like some sea lions, a polar bear and a panda.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You have two polar bears and a panda. You don't know what you would like you are open to offers.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You would like a panda. You have two grizzly bears and a crocodile.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

You have a polar bear and two healthy grizzly bears. You would like a python, a crocodile and two or even three boa constrictors.

You have an old polar bear and three boa constrictors. You would like a panda.

Follow up:

  • 1. Ask the students how they negotiate in their jobs.

  • 2. Ask them to consider useful negotiating exponents.

  • 3. You can reuse the role play but change the animals to another commodity - let the students decide what.