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Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Vocabulary Focus

What do you spend your money on? Which of the following do you usually spend your money on? Circle the words. books / magazines rent movies music social life clothing trip transportations food the gym other: _______

Pair work. Look at the pie chart of one person’s spending habits. Then draw your own chart on a separate piece of paper. Compare it with a partner.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Vocabulary Focus

Read how these people answer the question, “What do you spend your money on?” Pay attention to the words in blue. That’s an easy question! I love shopping and taking trips. I work in computer programming … the hours are long and I believe in rewarding myself with something nice as often as I can. For example, I go abroad at lease twice a year. Saving money isn’t really a priority for me right now. Maybe I’ll settle down in a few years. Goal: Find a new job with a better salary and benefits (like health insurance and more days off)

Nikki, 25

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Vocabulary Focus

Vincenzo, 34

Most of my pay goes toward my house. I make good money, but I don’t lead an extravagant lifestyle, by any means. I don’t drive a sports car or wear expensive clothes. Once in a while, I like to splurge on a bottle of fine wine or an expensive dinner. But I really have to budget carefully to make ends meet. Goal: Invest more in the stock market. Put away money for retirement. I live paycheck to paycheck and have to watch how I spend my money. It usually goes toward sensible things, like groceries, gas, and my kids’ education. Being a single mom is rough! I can’t squander money on silly things like electronic toys and fancy clothes I don’t really need. Still, sticking to a budget can be tough … everything costs so much money. Goal: Get out of debt and then save some money.

Maria, 40

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Vocabulary Focus

Takeshi, 27

I inherited a lot of money from my grandparents and have been enjoying an easy life for a while. My father says I can’t sustain my expensive lifestyle forever — someday the money will run out. I’m starting to think he’s right. I’ve maxed out two of my credit cards on things like vacations, cars, and expensive restaurants. Goal: Get a job, get my finances in order, and pay off my credit cards!

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Vocabulary Focus

Pair work. Look at the words and phrases in blue in B. Which ones describe behavior about money? Write them in the correct column in the chart below. Responsible behavior make ends meet, invest, put away money, stick to a budget, get out of debt, get my finances in order, pay off my credit cards. Irresponsible behavior splurge, live paycheck to paycheck, squander, run out, max out my credit cards.

Keys

Ask & Answer Are

you able to stick to a budget and save money? What is your top priority in terms of money right now?

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Listening

We need a plan Here are some words and phrases you will hear in A, B, and C. Read them aloud.

Language Notes
Proper names Carrie Joel Other words and phrases Mr. Young the Bahamas

visit with of sorts splurge anxiety attack right off the bat come out

financial advisor get things under control max out cut back on hold on doable

in preparation for pretty much live paycheck to paycheck easier said than done buck take-out

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Listening

Carrie and Joel are a young married couple. They are meeting Mr. Young, a financial advisor. Listen to the first part of their conversation and complete the sentence.

(Track 5-2-1)

Carrie and Joel are meeting with Mr. Young because

they’ve maxed out their credit cards and need to _________________________________________ make a budget. _________________________________________

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Listening

Listen to the rest of their conversation. What suggestions does Mr. Young make? Take notes. Then mark how Joel and Carrie feel about his suggestions.
(Track 5-2-2)

the car Mr. Young

magazines / cable TV entertainment

Sell new car, buy a Cut back on half the Bring coffee used one magazines, eliminate from home cable TV

Carrie and Joel

□ √ □

very positive less positive

√ □ □

very positive less positive

□ √ very positive □
less positive

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Now listen to the whole conversation. Complete each sentence with words and information you hear. (Track 5-2-3) 1. It’s Carrie and Joel’s ______ time visiting with a financial advisor. first 2. Before their meeting, Mr. Young asks the couple to do a little homework — to create a ______ of sorts on their own. budget 3. Carrie and Joel feel that if they don’t get things under control, they’ll be in big ________. trouble situation 4. Mr. Young asks whether they know how they have got into that ________. 5. Joel answers: bought a new entertainment center, went on _________ to the ___________ vacation Bahamas, bought a new car, _________ all credit cards. maxed out paycheck to paycheck 6. Carrie answers: no financial plan, living ___________________, having anxiety _______. attacks 7. Mr. Young’s suggestion: take ________ at a time to lessen anxiety, start one step tracking cutting back ________ expenses, then, make ____________ on these expenses a priority. Keys

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Lesson B The global economy

8. Mr. Young: first, eliminate bigger expenses — sell the new car, or get a ____ one, start spending less money in general — making some ________ small used changes. 9. Carrie: $____ a year on magazines, about $____ a year on cable TV. 250 720 10. Mr. Young’s suggesti

on: cut back on half of the __________ , plus magazines __________ the $720 for cable. eliminate 11. Carrie: almost $____ saved over a year. 900 12. Mr. Young: what about entertainment — things like going to the movies, concerts _________, _________, going out to eat . . . ? clubbing 13. Carrie: go to the movies or see a _____ somewhere once or twice a month. band meet friends 14. Joel: ___________ for dinner on Saturdays, but most of the week, eat at home. Keys

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Lesson B The global economy

15. Carrie: get _______ at the Chinese restaurant about once a week. take-out 16. Joel: usually _______ a cup of coffee in the morning — on the way to grab work. 17. Mr. Young: take _________ from home. your own

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Listening

Pair Work. Discuss the following questions. 1. What other ways can Carrie and Joel cut back on their expenses? 2. What do you think they will talk about after they leave Mr. Young’s office?

Ask & Answer What do you spend money on each day? What could you cut back on? If you did that, how much money would you save in a week? A year? Ten years?

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Speaking

Why don’t you rent a car? Pair work. Match these saying about money with their meanings. Are there any similar sayings in Chinese? 1. Money doesn’t grow on trees. ___ b 2. We all need to save for a rainy day. ____ d 3. Money is no object. ____ c 4. Don’t throw good money after a bad. ___ 5. Put your money where your mouth is. ___ e a. Stop spending money on something that doesn’t work. b. Money is not easy to get. c. It doesn’t matter how much something costs. d. Don’t spend all your money — you may need it in case of problems. e. If you really believe in something, you should be willing to spend money on it.

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Speaking

Why don’t you rent a car? Mina, a university student, is hoping to travel in Europe next summer, but she’s on a tight budget. Read her friends’ suggestions, noting the expressions in blue. Check (√) the two best suggestions. Discuss your answers with a partner. 1. Why don’t you rent a car? Then you won’t have to buy train tickets. __ 2. How about getting an international student card? It gives lots of discounts. ___ 3. Have you thought about getting a job in Europe? You could make some money that way. ___ 4. Have you considered going during winter instead? Prices are lower then. ___ 5. What if you went to just one country? You’d save a lot of money on transportation. ___ 6. Maybe you should check out travel web sites. They have some great deals. __ 7. You could camp somewhere instead of staying in hotels. That’s a lot cheaper. ___

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Speaking

Group work. Work in groups of three to role-play these situations. Student A has the problem, and Students

B and C make as many suggestions as possible. Switch roles for each situation. 1. The books and other things I need for my classes are so expensive! I don’t know how I can pay for them.
2. I like to go out with my friends and have fun, but my work schedule is so hectic I don’t have time!

3. I’m really stressed right now. I really need to take a vacation and relax.
4. My friend always borrows my things, but she hardly ever returns them, and when she does, they’re usually damaged!

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Speaking

Class work. Take turns presenting your role plays to the class. As you listen to your classmates, write down all the ideas that you might try.

Pair work. Tell a partner the three most useful tips you heard.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Optional Listening

Money makes the world go round. Do you think it would be easy to leave your home to live and work in a foreign country? Here are some words and phrases you will hear in A, B, and C. Read them aloud. Language Notes
Proper names Australasia Other words and phrases migrant workers human resources have an impact on dual citizenship Mumbai

face the challenges in search of country of origin sense of purpose

compete aggressively janitorial work sustain economic well-being move on

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Optional Listening

A professor is talking to his class about migrant workers. Listen to the lecture and number the topics in the order in which they are presented.
(Track 5-2-4)

a. b. c. d. e. f.

Why migrant workers are important to industrialized nations ___ c How working abroad helps a person and his or her family ___ a The number of people who are working abroad worldwide ___ b How migrant workers are helping to improve their home countries ___ d The attitude of migrant workers ___ f How laws about migrant workers are changing ___ e

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Optional Listening

Listen again for the information that completes these sentences.
(Track 5-2-5)

1. The number of people now living and working outside their country of origin is 180 million __________. 2. Migrant workers are important to many industrialized nations because they special skills needed bring with them __________________ in an industrialized nation or are willing many citizens won’t do to do certain jobs that _____________________. 3. The percentage of Indian nationals working in the U.S. is __________of India’s only 0.1% almost 10% population and the amount of money they send home is ____________ of India’s national income. enter and remain 4. There are now laws to make it easier for foreign workers to _______________ dual citizenship in their countries, and to allow ______________. 5. Being a migrant worker is not easy, but migrant workers have a strong sense of purpose ________. Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global eco

nomy

Optional Listening

Pair work. Listen to the lecture a third time. Answer the questions based on the information in the lecture. Compare your answers with a partner. (Track 5-2-6) 1. Why will migrant workers continue to grow in importance? 2. Which countries consider migrant workers to be important? 1. Because countries and companies will compete more aggressively to enhance their human resources. 2. Industrialized countries like Japan and Canada, countries in Europe, Australasia, and the Middle East.

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Optional Listening

Pair work. Listen to the lecture a third time. Answer the questions based on the information in the lecture. Compare your answers with a partner.
(Track 5-2-6)

3. How can migrant workers help improve the lives of their families? 4. What is the benefit of dual citizenship for a migrant worker and his or her home country? 3. They can send money home to help their families buy houses, send someone to school, or start small businesses. 4. With a dual citizenship, a migrant worker can live and work in another country as a citizen of that country, and can send money back to his or her home country. That benefits both the migrant worker and his or her home country. Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Optional Listening

Pair work. Summarize what you heard in four to five sentences and tell your summary to a partner. Migrant workers are very important to both national economies and the global economy. Today, the number of people living and working outside their home countries has reached 180 million. Migrant workers benefit the industrialized nations and help improve the lives of their families in their home countries. Some industrialized nations are changing their laws to accommodate foreign workers, who have a strong sense of purpose. Ask & Answer Do you know anyone who has moved far away from his or her family to make more money? Do you think you could do it? What would be the hardest part? Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Characters in the video: (1) (2) (3) TV reporter official in Federation of Poles in Britain (FPB) official in Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

(4)

official in Migrationwatch (MW)

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Before You Watch Here are some words and phrases you will hear in the video clip. Read them aloud. Language Notes
Proper names European Union (EU) Poland Bank of England

Other words and phrases salute a sour note set up shop work trade back a verdict influx overheat inflation skill shortages antisocial hours oil the economic machinery

incomers sign ... up job seeker boom and bust snags

gain dividends handy for interest rates gaps

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Before You Watch Match each word or phrase with the co

rrect meaning. 1. salute ___ a 2. a sour note ___ d 3. incomers ___ e 4. gaining dividends __ c 5. set up shop ___ b a. welcome b. start a business or establish an office c. receiving financial benefits d. a feeling of displeasure e. people who are coming into a place

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Before You Watch

1. work trade ___ c a 2. influx ___ 3. boom and bust ___ e 4. back a verdict __ b d 5. gaps ___

a. a large number of people or things coming to a particular place b. support an opinion c. a business which involves recruiting workers d. things missing from a system that keep it from being complete

e. a situation in which a country’s economy regularly goes through periods of success followed by periods of failure

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Before You Watch

1. antisocial hours___ e 2. snags ___ c 3. oil the economic machinery ___ a 4. managed migration __ b

a. stimulate the economy b. migration controlled by the government c. unexpected problems or disadvantages d. common people of a society

5. ordinary folk ___ d

e. late at night to early morning; 11:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M.

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Before You Watch In this video clip, the TV reporter talks about the advantages and disadvantages that migrant workers bring to Britain. Look at the pictures and read the statements below them carefully, and then think about the following questions before you watch the video.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

When the flags were raised to solute the arrival of ten new countries in the European Union, many of the older EU states worried about the increased immigration.

Federation of Poles in Britain (FPB) official says: “But those who didn’t put restrictions on the free movement of migrant workers are gaining dividends.”

Migrant workers are filling gaps where either we have key skill shortages or where people will not do the work.

They help to oil the economic machinery.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Before You Watch 1. The topic of the video is Britain’s migrant boom. Can you guess why the TV station reports the migrant boom in the UK but not in other older EU countries? 2. What intention do you think the official of the Federation of Poles in Britain (FPB) has when he talks? What will he say? 3. What do you think the official of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) may say about migrant workers in Britain? 4. Migrationwatch is an independent and non-political body established to monitor migration flows to and from the UK. What do you think the Migrationwatch (MW) official will say? 5. What do you think would be the TV reporter’s attitude towards migrant workers in Britain?

Lesson A Are you a savvy sa

ver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

1. The topic of the video is Britain’s migrant boom. Can you guess why the TV station reports the migrant boom in the UK but not in other older EU countries? Probably because it’s easier for migrant workers to work in Britain than in other older EU countries.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

2. What intention do you think the official of the Federation of Poles in Britain (FPB) has when he talks? What will he say? The FPB official would be on the side of Polish migrant workers. He will probably say things regarding such workers.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

3. What do you think the official of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) may say about migrant workers in Britain? The CBI official may be talking about advantages that migrant workers bring to Britain.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

4. Migrationwatch is an independent and non-political body established to monitor migration flows to and from the UK. What do you think the Migrationwatch (MW) official will say? Judging from his job, it may be predicted that the MW official will say something about the disadvantages of the migrant boom.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

5. What do you think would be the TV reporter’s attitude towards migrant workers in Britain? The reporter would have a neutral attitude.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch

when?

how?



Use a Sunshine Organizer to help you understand the video. Write the title of the video in the circle. Then watch the video and think about possible answers to the questions.

Watch the video once again. As you watch, record your answers to the questions on the Sunshine Organizer. Then compare your answers with a partner. Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch Who? British firms.

What? Recruiting migrant workers.
When? Now.

Where? In Poland.
Why? To fill gaps where there are skill shortages or where British people will not do the work. How? By encouraging people from other EU countries to work in Britain.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch Read the sentences. Then watch the video again and decide whether the statements are true or false. Circle T (true) or F (false). Correct the false statements with your classmates.

1. 2. 3. 4.

T/F T/F T/F T/F

Some British firms have gone to Poland to recruit workers. Unemployment runs about 20 percent in Britain. The Bank of England says migrant workers keep interest rates up. Most of the people who work in the UK’s health service are migrant workers.

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver

?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch Read these statements. Then watch the video again and decide whether the statements are true or false. Circle T (true) or F (false). Correct the false statements with your classmates. 1. T / F Some British firms have gone to Poland to recruit workers. 2. T / F Unemployment runs about 20 percent in Britain. Unemployment runs about 20 percent in Poland. 3. T / F The Bank of England says migrant workers keep interest rates up. The Bank of England says migrant workers keep interest rates down. 4. T / F Most of the people who work in the UK’s health service are migrant workers.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

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Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch

5. T / F The British public is in favor of increased immigration. 6. T / F Business leaders believe that managed migration is beneficial. 7. T / F Some ordinary people believe that migration drives down wage levels.

Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch

5. T / F The British public is in favor of increased immigration. The British public is not completely in favor of increased immigration. 6. T / F Business leaders believe that managed migration is beneficial.

7. T / F Some ordinary people believe that migration drives down wage levels.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch Watch this part of the video once again. Mark the best summary of what each speaker says.

TV reporter: √ 1. The workers of 10 new EU countries were able to work in Britain ___ more easily than in other older EU countries, and as a result, Britain has benefited. ___ 2. Although many older EU countries were worried about increased immigration, they competed for the workers of 10 new EU countries, and Britain won the competition. FPB official: √ ___ 3. Polish workers were recruited in their home country and provided with housing in Britain. ___ 4. British workers have been happy with the new jobs and accommodations they have obtained in Poland.
Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

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Britain’s Migrant Boom

TV reporter: ___ 5. The Bank of England thinks that the unemployment and interest rates in Poland are related. √ ___ 6. Poland benefits because its workers can get jobs, and Britain benefits because the new workers help the economy. CBI official: ___ 7. Migrant workers have been responsible for overheating the economy, which has led to wage inflation. √ ___ 8. Migrant workers have been responsible for keeping down wage inflation and contributing to the stability of the economy. TV reporter: √ ___ 9. The UK’s health service has employed many migrant workers. ___ 10. The UK needs more health service workers born overseas. Keys

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Britain’s Migrant Boom

CBI official: ___ 11. Migrant wo

rkers are working in industries where there is a lack of √ skilled workers and they also do the jobs that no one else wants to do. ___ 12. Migrant workers often work in particularly poor construction companies which only recruit workers from abroad. TV reporter: ___ 13. Many people have proposed solutions to the problem of increased immigration. √ ___ 14. Increased immigration has some negative effects. MW official: √ ___ 15. Increased immigration benefits employers but hurts the taxpayer and causes overcrowding. ___ 16. Cheap labor makes it possible for companies to help pay for housing, hospitals, and schools, which decreases overcrowding. Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

TV reporter: ___ 17. Not all migrant workers like to stay in Poland more than the UK. √ ___ 18. Not all migrant workers, including those from Poland, stay in the UK. FPB official: ___ 19. Some migrant workers choose to return to their home countries with √ the money they have made to start a business or help their families. ___ 20. Some migrant workers go to Poland to bring their families over to the UK where they have used their money to start businesses. TV reporter: ___ 21. Britain needs managed migration to strengthen its economy in many areas, or else wage levels will be driven down. √ ___ 22. Migrant workers stimulate the economy and are important in many industries, but the average worker is worried about the effect of migrant workers on employee salaries. Keys

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

After You Watch Discussion. Work in a small group. Ask and answer these questions.

1. The reporter says “Migrants help to oil the economic machinery” of Britain. What does he mean? 2. In addition to the positive effects mentioned in the video, what are some other ways immigration can benefit a country? What are some negative effects of immigration?

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Communication

Activity 1: Talk for a minute
Read the questions below and think about possible answers. 1. What was the most extravagant restaurant, party, or social event that you’ve ever been to like? 2. Imagine that you could change lives for a day with a person of great wealth. Who would you change places with? Why? 3. What is something you’re saving up for? 4. If you inherited a large sum of money, what is the first thing you’d spend it on? Why? 5. What is something you’d never do for money? 6. Have you ever splurged and bought something expensive that later you didn’t use? 7. Do you agree or disagree with the saying, “Giving is better than receiving?”

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Communication Group work. Get into a group of three people. Follow the directions below.

1. 2. 3. 4.

For this activity, you need a watch and seven small pie

ces of paper. Number the pieces of paper from 1-7. Put the numbers face down. One person chooses a number and finds the matching questions in A. The person answers the question. If he or she can talk for one minute without stopping, the person gets a point. 5. The speaker returns the paper and it’s the next person’s turn. 6. Continue until all questions have been answered once. The person with the most points wins.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

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Britain’s Migrant Boom

Communication Optional Activity 2: The chance of a lifetime Group work. Get into a group of six. One pair should be the Investors. The other two pairs should be the Entrepreneurs. Read your information below and follow the directions.

You and your partner are attorneys for a very The Investors wealthy family that invests in new businesses and helps young entrepreneurs get started. Every year, the family donates the equivalent of one million dollars to a worthy candidate. This year, the family is interested in investing money in people who want to start businesses abroad. Find out more about the Entrepreneurs by asking the questions below. Then add three or four questions of your own.

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Communication ? In which country have you decided to spend your two years? Why have you chosen this country? ? What are you interested in doing with the money? What kind of business do you plan to start? ? If you’re awarded the money, how do you intend to spend it? Create a simple budget to describe your plans. ? What difficulties do you think you’ll face in your new country? How are you planning to overcome these?

The Investors

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Communication You and your partner have decided to travel the world in search of opportunity. You are planning to leave country, and spend two years abroad in ________ (name the country). In your opinion, this is the place where you will most likely be able to make money and be successful. Your goal is to convince the Investors that you are the best pair to give the money to. Discuss the questions.

The Entrepreneurs

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Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Communication Group work. The Investors question each pair of Entrepreneurs, and decide which pair gets the money.

出 版 人: 庄智象 策 划:陈 菊 薛东海 责任编辑:牟乐平 校对测试:李 娟 穆瑞锋 编著者: 美方 Susan Stempleski Andy Curtis James R. Morgan Nancy Douglas 中方 杨惠中 高 霞 张红霞 王跃武 制作策划:邬宏江 程序设计:严孜予 美术设计:陆 瑾 上海乐吾数码设计有限公司制作 上海外语教育出版社出版 ISBN 978-7-900717-92-4/H· 57

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When the flags were raised to solute the arrival of ten new countries in the European Union, many of the older EU states worried about the increased immigration.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Federation of Poles in Britain (FPB) official says: “But those who didn’t put restrictions on the free movement of migrant workers are gaining dividends.”

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

Migrant workers are filling gaps where either we have key skill shortages or where people will not do the work.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

They help to oil the economic machinery.

Lesson A Are you a savvy saver?

Lesson B The global economy

Britain’s Migrant Boom

While You Watch



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