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  • 1. JOBS
  • 2. “ Work keeps us from three great evils: boredom, vice and poverty” (Voltaire)
  • 3. JOBS
    • Computer
    • Personal
    • Delivery
    • Web
    • Driving
    • Make-up
    • Air traffic
    • Hair
    • controller
    • artist
    • programmer
    • assistant
    • designer
    • man
    • instructor
    • dresser
  • 4. PERSONAL QUALITIES
    • “ You can’t depend on her. She never does what she says she will!”
    • She is…
    • open minded
    • irresponsible
  • 5.
    • “ It’s amazing how he never gets upset over anything”
    • He is…
    • calm
    • well mannered
    • attractive
  • 6.
    • “ Tim never does anything. He just sits at home watching TV.”
    • He is…
    • selfish
    • easy going
    • lazy
  • 7.
    • “ I’ve never heard him admit he’s wrong.”
    • He is…
    • rude
    • tough
    • arrogant
  • 8.
    • “ Mr Jones is always on time no matter what!”
    • He is…
    • strong willed
    • patient
    • punctual
  • 9.
    • “ No wonder Martin never gets anything done on time. Look at the mess on his desk!”
    • He is…
    • left handed
    • disorganised
    • imaginative
  • 10.
    • “ She’s never rude to anyone. She has really good manners”
    • She is…
    • attractive
    • polite
    • sociable
  • 11.
    • “ Jim always wears a suit and tie to work”
    • He is…
    • smart
    • independent
    • reliable
  • 12. Phrases and vocabulary In a job you… WORK a 9-5 job shifts overtime at weekends long hours under pressure with a team at my own pace GET paid well low wages promoted MEET tight deadlines interesting people VISIT various places exotic destinations
  • 13. WORDS OFTEN CONFUSED
    • WORK
    • JOB
    • SALARY
    • WAGES
    • EARN
    • WIN
    • GAIN
    • what somebody do as a part of a job (Unc. noun)
    • occupation, profession (Count. noun)
    • the money you are paid usually every month
    • money you earn according to the number of hours, days or weeks that you work
    • you earn money; when you deserve something (you earned reputation)
    • you win a competition, the lottery, elections, games, prizes.
    • you gain experience, you gain independence, you gain popularity. You can gain something useful or necessary whether or not you deserve it.
  • 14. CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD
    • My dream is to find a … in the fashion industry
    • work
    • job
  • 15.
    • I can’t believe it! I … a car in the lottery.
    • won
    • earned
  • 16.
    • The average ... of a factory worker are $300 a week.
    • salary
    • wages
  • 17.
    • You have to consider that you … valuable experience from working in the company.
    • win
    • gain
  • 18.
    • Anne always does excellent …
    • work
    • job
  • 19. APPLYING FOR A JOB
    • How to write a letter of application
    • How to prepare your CV
    • Getting ready for a job interview
    • vocabulary and expressions
  • 20. A LETTER OF APPLICATION REASONS FOR WRITING OPENING REMARKS I am writing to apply for the position of…which I saw advertised in … on… The position of… in your company is really interesting and I want to apply I am writing in response to your advertisement which appeared in … advertising for… PERSONAL INFORMATION Age … Studying at… … Pursing a degree in … I am fluent in … WORK EXPERIENCE In Present Perfect Tense “ I have had a part-time job…” “ I have worked as (delivery man)” PERSONAL QUALITIES “ I’m polite and reliable…” “ I am always punctual and…”
  • 21. CLOSING REMARKS I am available for an interview anytime. I look forward to your reply / I look forward to hearing for you I thank you very much for considering my application / May I thank you in advance for considering my application / Yours sincerely.
  • 22. YOUR CV
    • PERSONAL DETAILS
    • EDUCATION
    • WORK EXPERIENCE
    • REFERENCES
    • PERSONAL QUALITIES
  • 23. IN EVERY INTERVIEW THESE ARE RECURRING QUESTIONS
    • What makes you qualified for the job?
    • What do you have to offer the company / school?
    • Why do you want to work here?
    • Are you prepared to work in a team?
  • 24. COMMUNICATION
    • How do you contact your friends, your parents or classmates?
  • 25. WAYS OF CONNECTING PEOPLE…
  • 26. COMMUNICATING BY…
  • 27. CONTACTING PEOPLE
  • 28. WRITING OR SENDING A…
  • 29. COMMUNICATING BY…
    • TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS
  • 30. FORMAL STYLE
    • A: Good morning, Harwich hospital. How may I help you?
    • B: Hello, I have an appointment with Dr Martin at 11 o´clock tomorrow morning.
    • A: Who’s calling, please?
    • B: It’s Anna Welsh .
    • A: Ah, yes, Miss Welsh. Is there a problem?
    • B: Well, unfortunately I won´t be able to come tomorrow as I live out of town and I´ve been cut off by last night´s sudden snowstorm. Could I possibly have another appointment for the same time next week when the weather will hopefully be better?
    • A: One moment, please. I´ll just check. Yes, that´ll be fine.
    • B: Thank you very much.
    • A: You´re welcome. I´ll inform Dr Martin of the change. Thank you for calling.
  • 31. INFORMAL STYLE
    • A: Hi! Is Alison there?
    • B: Yes. Just a minute.
    • A: Hi, Alison.
    • B: Hi, Jane. What’s up?
    • A: Do you fancy going shopping on Saturday morning?
    • B: Great! Where shall we meet and what time?
    • A: Just in front of the entrance at about 11 o´clock?
    • B: OK. See you later.
    • A: Thanks for calling. Bye.
  • 32. END OF MODULE 1
    • IF YOUR ARE ABLE TO HANDLE ALL THESE TOPICS, YOU CAN PASS TO MODULE 2

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