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Interviews

  1. 1. Preparing For Interviews
  2. 2. In Unit 10 You Will Learn • How to prepare properly for a phone interview. • How to participate in a mock interview. • How to assess your mock interview. • How to deal with the disappointment if unsuccessful.
  3. 3. Next Video 2:40 min Watch to learn “How to Ace a Telephone Interview & Get the Job”
  4. 4. Working in pairs, write down & record a mock telephone conversation with a potential employer (one as employer, the other as job searcher). Sit back to back – it makes it more real. P. 52 Your Turn
  5. 5. Rate The Phone Call Rate yourself on the phone call. Then rate your classmates’ performance. P. 53 Which conversation was the best? What was good about it?
  6. 6. Preparing For An Interview Watch the following clip. Record the five things that should be done in advance of an interview P. 53
  7. 7. 1. Research on the company. 2. Tailor your accomplishments. 3. Know who you will be talking to. 4. Plan and prepare what you’re going to wear. 5. Take your materials with you. Did You Get Them All?
  8. 8. Write down six things she did wrong. Write down six things he did right. P. 54 Watch the next clip on Interviews 7 mins
  9. 9. Mock Interviews - Pick One Option: Option 1 A student interviewing another student with the teacher providing a standard set of questions for the interviewer. Option 2 Teachers or someone from the local community interviewing students. Option 3 Scripted role-plays with students taking turns to participate or observe. P. 54Perhaps make a video of these role-plays.
  10. 10. Complete the self-evaluation of your own mock interview. Does your guidance counsellor agree with your scores? Consider making an appointment with your Guidance Counsellor to discuss this. P. 55
  11. 11. Not Getting An Interview Or The Job If you don’t get an interview, don’t get depressed and think you will never get a job.
  12. 12. 1. Have a look at your C.V. & Cover Letter. See if there are any mistakes. 2. Look at the job specification & see if you met the minimum requirements. Instead… P. 55
  13. 13. 3. How many people went for the job? There could have been 1000 applicants for 1 job. 4. Ring the Human Resources department. Ask them what you fell down on. Keep note. P. 55
  14. 14. QUIZ TIME P.56
  15. 15. Answers: 1b,2b,3d,4b,5a
  16. 16. In Unit 10 You Learned • How to prepare properly for a phone interview. • How to participate in a mock interview. • How to assess your mock interview. • How to deal with the disappointment if unsuccessful.

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