Be Creative!

Inglês de negócios, Aulas de conversação
Trabalhar, Creativity
Tipo de conteúdo
B2 Upper-Intermediate, C1 Advanced
Mixed Grammar
Foco em
Speaking, Vocabulary, Listening
ID da lição
Duração da lição
30 minutos
Ilustração representando alunos discutindo a criatividade no trabalho e maneiras de impulsioná-la, enquanto praticam vocabulário e expressões idiomáticas relacionadas ao tópico em uma aula de inglês.

Descrição da lição

How do you get your creative juices flowing at work? In this lesson, students will discuss creativity at work and ways to boost it. The lesson features a video about creativity in the workplace. Students will learn and practice vocabulary and idioms relating to the “mind”. The lesson includes plenty of engaging discussion activities and worksheets that have been developed for adult and teenage learners.

Objetivo da lição


  • To discuss the topic of creativity at work

  • To develop speaking and listening skills

  • To learn and practice new vocabulary and idioms relating to the topic


How can an employee find their big idea at work? Some people have tried exercising, talking to friends, listening to music, or even working in their garage. Don’t focus too much and demand creativity. Watch this video to learn how you can create the best workplace on Earth!

Transcrição de vídeo

Pronúncia e vocabulário

get one’s creative juices flowing [idiom]: to inspire creativity and thought
creativity [noun]: the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work
DIY [noun]: do it yourself; the activity of doing art or decorating, building, and making repairs at home by oneself rather than employing a professional
micromanage [verb]: to control every part of an activity or company
feng shui [noun]: the Chinese art of designing a room, building, etc., in order to maximize the harmony and flow of chi of the environment, which is believed to bring good fortune
genius [noun]: someone or something that is especially intelligent or clever; a mastermind
scope [noun]: the extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant
stifling [adjective]: making one feel constrained or restricted
think outside the box [idiom]: to explore ideas that are creative and unusual and are not controlled by rules or tradition
disruptive [adjective]: unruly or disorderly
breakthrough [noun]: a sudden dramatic and important discovery or development
brainstorm [verb]: to produce an idea or way of solving a problem by holding a spontaneous group discussion
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