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AM/PM Session - 7 August 2018 - Technology and meetings

NatashaTNatashaT Posts: 963 Teacher
We read about how technology can make meetings more interesting and productive:


Vocabulary Top 8:

doodle - to draw something without thinking about what you are doing

chuck in - throw (something) carelessly or casually (can be figurative - e.g. chuck in an idea)

canvass - to ask (the people in an area) what they think about a candidate, project, idea, etc.

can't get a word in edgeways - someone else is talking so much that you are not able to say anything

drone on and on - to speak for a long time in a dull voice without saying anything interesting

to wrap up - to finish or end something

assertive - confident in behavior or style

bane - a cause of trouble, annoyance, or unhappiness

What was the most interesting/boring meeting you have had? Why was it so interesting/boring?
Which of the technologies that they mentioned would you like to have in your meetings?
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