Part 1: Problem Solving Step-By-Step
Problem-solving skills are essential for success in the workplace. Employers look for employees who can identify problems, analyze information, and come up with effective solutions. This lesson will focus on problem-solving techniques that can be used both alone and in a group.
assign (v.) to give someone a particular task or responsibility
brainstorm - (v.) to produce a large number of creative ideas quickly
articulate (v.) to express an idea or feeling fluently and coherently
feasible (adj.) possible, practical, or likely to succeed
pros and cons (n.) the advantages and disadvantages of a situation or action
Part 2: Fill in the blanks
Fill in the blanks with the correct words
Part 3: Roleplay
Divide the class into groups. Each group will be given a problem to solve. They will then follow the structured approach to problem-solving, with one person being the designated leader. The leader will guide the group through the problem-solving process, while the other group members will contribute their ideas and solutions.