The art of 'Quiet quitting' and 'Quiet hiring'

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New job market trends that are gaining importance in today's dynamic work environment are the terms 'Quiet Quitting' and 'Quiet Hiring'. These terms may be unfamiliar to many of us, but they are an important part of the evolution of how employees leave their jobs and employers recruit new employees. We will explore these issues in conversation, considering the benefits and challenges of these new approaches. We will look at how 'Quiet Quitting', i.e. silent resignation from the current job, affects employees, and how 'Quiet Hiring', i.e. silent search for new talents, affects employers.

This lesson plan is an ideal tool for English teachers who are looking for effective and organized materials for teaching at least B2 level about the phenomenon of 'Quiet Quitting' and 'Quiet Hiring'.

Our lesson plans consist of five key sections:

  1. General Questions: We start with general questions that help students prepare for the topic and understand its social context.
  2. Video Report Vocabulary Development: In this section, students develop their vocabulary from a video report while answering questions that help them better understand the content.
  3. Newspaper Article Vocabulary Development: The next section focuses on newspaper article vocabulary, also enhanced with questions that enable students to gain a deeper understanding of the text.
  4. Two-Student Discussion: This is a key element of learning through interaction. Students lead a discussion, presenting opposing positions and practicing argumentation skills.
  5. General Questions after the Discussion: At the end, students are asked general questions that help them summarize and consolidate what they have learned.

Additionally, students have access to our Quizlet application, where they can effectively learn more difficult vocabulary related to 'Quiet Quitting' and 'Quit Hiring', which supports their language development.

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Speakalio’s discussion sheets are designed for English teachers as well as language learners and those looking for authentic materials to improve their language skills.
When you buy the Speakalio discussion sheet, you get a lesson plan as well as a workbook, and they are available in two language versions – Polish and English. In addition, we also offer two print versions, allowing you the flexibility to use the materials both online and offline.
Our lesson plans are based on fluid conversation and debate based on real materials. We do not edit, and do not change the content of the recordings, so the language used is natural. Due to our profile, we offer materials for people at B1/B2 to C1/C2 levels.
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