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  1. 1. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.11Section IIntroduction(Section I)(Management Meaning)
  2. 2. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.22Ricky W. Griffin, 1999, p.6)Man) Money) Material) (Machine)Method) Management)6M’s“Management”2545, 18-19)“ ” “ ”1. “ ” (Administration)PublicAdministration) “ ”(Administrator)Schermerhorn, 1999, p.G-2)Planning) Organizing)Leading/Directing) Controlling)
  3. 3. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.336 M’s)2. “ ” (Management)Business management)“ ” (Manager)Management)A set of functions)(Efficient)(Cost-effective)Effective)Right decision)Griffin, 1997, p.4)
  4. 4. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.44Certo, 2000, p.555)“ ” (Administration) “ ”(Management)2,2543, 3)Management)1)2)3)Productivity) Efficiency)(Effectiveness) (4)
  5. 5. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.55(Management Process)41) Planning)Mission)
  6. 6. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.66(Proactive) Reactive)Decision Making)2) Organizing)Work Specialization)Delegating Authority)Job Description) Job Specification)
  7. 7. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.77OrganizationStructure) Span of Control)Chain of Command)Functional) Divisional)Strategic business unit)Matrix)3) Leading/Directing)
  8. 8. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.884) Controlling)(John R. Schermerhorn, op. cit.p.327) 4Standard) Measurement)
  9. 9. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.99(Comparison) Take Action)4(Stephen P. Robbins, Managing Today, 1997, p.391)Section IIHuman Resources Vocabularies (HR.)
  10. 10. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1010Section IIA –ZA-ZEnglish Vocabularies Related with Management from A-ZAAbsence (n) : adj ) = absent, thestate of being away from workAbsentceism (n) :regular absence from work )Ad (n): advertisement )Classified ads (n) :
  11. 11. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1111Adjust (v) : n) = adjustment (change slightly in order to fit into new job or condition )Analyse (n) : examine in detail ) n) = analysisjob analysis (n) :Applicant (n) : person who makes a requestin writing for a job )Application from (n) :application blankApply (v) : n) : application( request something,e.g. a job, usually in writing )Appointee (n) :Appraise (v) : n) = appraisal( judge the valueof somebody or something )Appraisee (n) :Appraiser (n) :Apprentice (n) : young person who is learninga skill )Apprenticeship (n) :
  12. 12. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1212Aptitude (n) : natural ability )Arbitrate (v) : n) =arbitration( act as a judge to settle a dispute )Appitrator (n) :Assess (v) : n) : assessment ( judge the qualityor quantity of somebody or something)Attendance:Accuracy:Adaptability:Attitude:Appearance:Approaches to Appraisal:Appraisal Methods:BAargain (v) : n) = bargaining( discuss inorder to reach agreement on something ) collectivebargaining =
  13. 13. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1313Basic (adj) : n) = basis( normal ; that onwhich everything else depends )Basic pay (n) =Behave (n) : n) = behaviour( act )Benefit (n) : advantage ; profit )Fringe benefit =Blue - collar (adj) :relating to manual work )Blue - collar jobs (n) =Board of directors (n) : group of peoplechosen by the shareholders to develop company policy )Bonus (n) : additional payment )C
  14. 14. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1414Candidate (n) : personwho puts him/herself forward for a job )Canteen (n) : staffrestaurant )Career (n) :( job or profession forwhich one is trained and which oneintends to dothroughout one s life )Career development (n) =Chart (n) : information shown in the from of adrawing or graphic )Organization chart t (n) =Process chart (n) =Checklist (n) : a completelist of items which is easy to useClerk (n) : adj )= clerical( person employed in an office to do routinetasks )
  15. 15. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1515Clerical worker (n) =Coach (n) : person who trainsanother person )Communication (n) : v) = communicate(exchange of views and information either in speech orwriting )Compare (v) : v) = comparison( look atseveral things to find similarities and differences )Compensate (v) :n) =compensation( give something, e.g. money, to someonefor loss or damage )Compete (v) : n) = competition( try to win )Competence (n) : n) = competent( skill orefficiency )Condition (n) :Conditions (n. pl.) =Conditions of employment (n) =
  16. 16. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1616Conflict (n) : v) = conflict(disagreement )Consult (v) : n) = consultation(ask someone for information or advice )Contract (n) : agreement between two or morepeople which has the force of law )Contract of employment (n) =Core time (n) :(flexitime period of working daywhen all employees must be at work )Counsel (v) : advise ) (n) = counsellingCV (n) : curriculum vitae( writtenstatement of education and previous employment )DDeduction (n) : v) = deduct( moneytaken away from total pay for ax, social security,etc. )
  17. 17. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1717Department (n) : part of an organization )Department head =Discipline (n) : training to produce self-control )Dismiss (v) : n) = dismissal(send away from/terminate employment ; sack )EEarnings (n.pl.) :wages or salary )Employ (v) : n) = employment( take on or use aperson as a paid worker )Employee (n) =Employer (n) =Employment agency (n) =Engage (v) : take on a person as a paid worker )Entitlement (n) : a persons right (v) = entitle
  18. 18. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1818Equal opportunity (n) : nodiscrimination in terms of colour, sex, religion foremployment )etc.Evaluate (v) : n) = evaluation( calculatethe value of something )Expertise (n) :particular knowledge or skill )FFace-to-face discussion (n): discussionbetween people who are in each others sight )Feedback (n) :information about the results of an activity )Fire (v) : send away from employment ;sack )Flat hourly rate (n) : 1fixed pay for one hours workFlexitime (n) :flextime core
  19. 19. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1919time flexible system of working in which workerscan choosewhat time to start finish )Follow-up (n) : action taken as a result of whatwas done before )Forecast (n) :prediction )GGo - slow (n) :action of workingslowly as a protest to management )Grievance (n) : complaint madeby worker to management )group selection method (n) :method of selecting staff by evaluatingtheir ability to workwith othersGuidelines ( n.pl.) :( suggestionsabout how to do something )
  20. 20. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2020HHand in (v) : deliver by hand )Hand in ones notice (v) =Hire (v) : take on a paid worker )HRD (n) :Human resources development( activities to develop the organizations workforce )Human resources (n) :workforce of an organization )Human resources management (n) =IIncentive (n) : something which encourages theworkers to work harder )Income (n) : wages and salary )Induction (n) :activity of introducing new employees thecompany )
  21. 21. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2121Induction period =Industrial action (n) : strike )Industrial injury (n) :injury whichhappened at work )Industrial relations (n) :relationsbetween management and workers )Industrial unrest (n) :disagreement betweenmanagement and workers resulting in go-slows andstrikes )Insure (v) : n) = insurance(protect someone against loss, damage, injury or deathbypaying a sum of money )Interview (n) : v) = interview ( meeting todecide if a person is suitable for a job)Interviewee (n) =Interviewer (n) =
  22. 22. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2222JJob (n) : piece of work )Job analysis (n) =Job analysts (n) =Job description (n) =Job mobility (n) =Job rotation (n) =Job specification (n) =KKey (adj ) : important ; essential )l
  23. 23. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2323Labour (n) : work )Labour market (n) =Labour relations (n.pl.) =(Labour shortage (n) =Labour supply (n) =Lay - off/layoff (n) :action of stopping a workers employment for atime,especially when there is little work to do )MManagement (n) : group ofpeople who control an organization )Middle management (n) =Senior management (n) =Manager (n) : person who manager anorganization or part of it )
  24. 24. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2424Line manager (n) =Plant manager (n) =factory managerStaff manager (n) = linemanagerManpower (n) : total number ofworkers for a certain type of work or for an area )Manual (adj) : using the hands )Motivate (v) : give someone a reason or incentivefor doing something )NNegotiate (n) : discuss with another orothers to reach agreement; bargainNotice (n) : informationabout something that will happen ; information that aperson will leave his employment )
  25. 25. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2525OOccupation (n) : job ) ( adj ) = occupationalOff - the- job (adj) : separatefrom normal work )On-the-job (adj) :part of normal work )Opening (n) : job ; vacancy )Organization (n) :organization chart( diagram which shows the areas ofresponsibility in an organizationand the relationshipsbetween the personnel )orient (v) : guide ; direct )Orientation (n) =OTE (n) : on-target earnings"
  26. 26. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2626often given in jobadvertisements as the target income, consisting of basicpay plus bonuses and other incentive payments)Overtime (n) :( time after normal working time, normally paid at anextra rate )PPart-time (n) :working for only part of the workingday ) past-timepass-timepastimePay (n) : money for working ; wage ; salary )Pay claim (n) =Pay package (n) =all the elements in
  27. 27. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2727pay, i.e. basic pay, overtime, bonuses, plus non-financialbenefits )Pay packet (n) =Pay restraint (n) =Payroll (n) =Penalize (v) : punish )Pension (n) : amount of money paid regularlyafter a person stops work,either because of old age or illness )Pep talk (n) :talk to encourage a person to improve his performance )Perform (v) : do well or badly ) ( n) =performancePerformance analysis (n) =
  28. 28. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2828Performance appraisal (n) =Performance standard (n) =Perk (n) :( benefit given to aworker in addition to salary )Person specification (n) :( statement of the human characteristics andexperience required to do a job )Personality (n) : nature or character of aperson )Personnel (n) : peopleemployed by a company )Personnel policies (n) =Personnel record (n) =
  29. 29. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.2929Phase (n) : stop slowly or incontrolled stages )Picket (n) :striking worker who stands at theentrance to a company building to prevent other workersfrom entering )Piece work (n) :payment system based on the number of piecesproduced )Potential (n) :personsinnate capability for future developments) "possible )Probation (n) : adj ) = probationary,period of testing a new employeeProfit (n) : money earned by a company minusmoney spent )
  30. 30. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3030Profit sharing (n) =Promote (n) : give someone a better job )(n) = promotionProtege (n) :( a personchosen for a special task or job, and then helped andguided)QQualify (v) : have the right educationand background )Qualifications (n.pl.) =Qualification (n) =Questionnaire (n) : from consisting of anumber of questions )
  31. 31. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3131RRecruit (v) : take on a new person ) (n)= recruitmentRedundant (adj) : having lost ones job )(n) = redundancyReference (n) : written report onsomeones personality and / or ability,often written by a previous employer )Regulation (n) : rule )Remuneration (n) : pay)Remuneration package (n)=Resign (n) : give up ones job ) (n) = resignationRetire (v) : n) = retirement ( stop workingbecause of old age or illness )Reward (n) : something in given for good work )(v) = reward
  32. 32. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3232Role playing (n) : activity in whichpeople play the part of others- often used as a trainingexercise)Rule (n) : something fixed by an organization that aperson must do )SSack (v) : dismiss ; send away fromemployment ) (n) = sackSalary (n) : pay,usually paid monthly )Screen (v) : examine in detail) (n) = screeningSelect (v) : choose ) (n) = selectionSemi-skilled (adj) : ofworkers with some training )Settle (v) : agree on a solution to a problem )(n) = settlementShift (n ) : part of the workingday in a factory )
  33. 33. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3333Shop (n) : place whereproducts are sold or stored )Closeshop(n)=Open shop (n) =Shopfloor (n) =Shop steward (n) =Shortlist (n) :list of successful people who go through to the nextstage of aselection process )Sick (adj) : ill ) (n) = sicknessSick leave (n) =Sick note (n) =Sick pay (n) =
  34. 34. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3434Skill (n) : ability )Communication skill (n) =Skilled employee (n) =Staff (n) : people employed by acompany)Stoppage (n) :act of stopping work becauseof a strike or breakdown ofequipment )Strike (n) : organized stopping of work )Subordinate ( n) : person belowanother in the company hierarchy )Suggestion box(n):scheme for collecting workersideas to improve a companysoperations )Superior (n) : personabove anther in the company hierarchy )
  35. 35. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3535Supervisor (n) :person who is in charge ofothers )TTemporary (adj) : only for a short time or limitedtime )Temporary post (n) =Terminate (v) : end ) (n) = terminationTime off (n) :time away from work as result of ilness or other cause )Trade union (n) : group of workersorganized together in order to bargain with managementabout terms and conditions of employment )Train (v) : teach or learn ) (n) = trainingTrainee (n) =Transfer (v) :move to another place,e.g. a department )
  36. 36. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3636Turnover (n) :gross sales of acompany ; number of people who leave accompany)UUnderstudy (n) :person who is learning how to do a job from someoneelse sothat the learner can take over the job in thefuture)Unemployment (n) : state of beingwithout a job )Unemployment benefit (n) =VVacancy (n) : adj) = vacant( job whichneeds to be filled )Vacation (n) : holiday)Vocation (n) : adj) = vocational(type of work that a person has an ability for )W
  37. 37. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3737Wage (n) :weekly pay )Wage freeze (n) =Wastage (n) :loss of workers through resignation or retirement )Welfare (n) : system of looking afteremployees )White-collar (adj) : relating tooffice workers )Work (n) : doing jobs )Work station (n) =Work conditions (n) =Working houre (n.pl.) =
  38. 38. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3838Work to rule (n) =Workshop(n)=
  39. 39. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.3939Section IIIEnglish Vocabularies for Management ProjectSection III??English Vocabularies for Management Project
  40. 40. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4040Define the scopeproject scope scopeEstablish a timelinetimelineSpecify target outcomes?target outcomesDetermine necessary outputsoutputstarget outcomesPut a project team togetherprojectteam
  41. 41. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4141Record milestones project teamMilestonesCreate baseline metricsbaseline metrics,Set a budget costbudgetcost budgetProduce deliverablesdeliverables,Execute risk management risksriskmanagement
  42. 42. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4242Any suggestions or comments regarding to this stuff, feel freeto let me know.Seminar in EnglishClassroom, U-Shape, Meeting Board, Theatre, Reception, O-Shape ,Moon-ShapeExecutiveStaffChief
  43. 43. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.43431.5I – IntroductionsII - Reviewing Past BusinessIII - Beginning the MeetingIV - Discussing ItemsV - Finishing the Meeting2.OpeningWelcoming and IntroducingStating the Principal ObjectivesGiving Apologies for Someone Who is AbsentReading the Minutes (notes) of the Last MeetingDealing with Recent DevelopmentsMoving ForwardIntroducing the Agenda(Program)Allocating Roles (secretary, participants)
  44. 44. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4444Agreeing on the Ground Rules for the MeetingIntroducing the First Item on the AgendaClosing an ItemNext ItemGiving Control to the Next ParticipantSummarizingFinishing UpSuggesting and Agreeing on Time, Date and Placefor the Next MeetingThanking Participants for AttendingClosing the Meeting3.Getting the Chairpersons AttentionGiving OpinionsAsking for OpinionsCommentingAgreeingDisagreeingAdvising and SuggestingClarifyingRequesting InformationAsking for Repetition
  45. 45. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4545Asking for ClarificationAsking for VerificationAsking for SpellingAsking for ContributionsCorrecting InformationKeeping the Meeting On Target (time, relevance,decisions)Work Presentation in EnglishGood morning, ladies and gentlemen. It’s a pleasure tobe with you today. My name’s……….., and I’m in charge ofcorporate finance at our headquarters here in Had Yai. Weare here today………………to review some figures and tooutline financial strategy over the next five years. So what I
  46. 46. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4646intend to do is to break down this presentation into threeparts: first, the financial review; second, the options facing us;and finally, the strategy I propose. If you have any questions,please feel free to interrupt me, but I should also say there’llbe an opportunity to discuss issues at greater length after mytalk.Words for Speaking1. I’m delighted2. I take care3. Devide4. Sections5. Don’t hesitate6. A chance
  47. 47. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4747Oral Communication Skills for Effective Presentations1.IntroductionsGood / morning / and thank you for coming/ afternoon // evening /Let me introduce myself. My name is (…Yota Chai…and I am(…. a second year Ph.D. student in a school ofEnglish…..)The / subject / of my talk today is……./ topic /Today / I’d like to
  48. 48. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4848look at…..In this presentation, / I’d like to look at…..2.Outlining the Structure of the TalkToday / I’m going to / look at / three main areas../ I’ d like to / consider //discuss // talk about /I’m going to divide this presentation into three mainsections.First, / Second, / Third,…..Firstly, / Secondly, / Thirdly,…..To start with, / Next, / Finally,….If you have any questions, I’ll be glad to answerthem at the end of the presentation.3.Introducing a New Point/ Section
  49. 49. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.4949Moving on now to / lookat….. / consider… / my next point…Having looked to…, / I’d now like to move onto…. / let’s now consider…4.Concluding a point/sectionSo , you can see that…..To summarize my point,…5.Changing focusMoving away from…to consider…Let’s now look at a different /example / topic /subject .6.Introducing an ExampleFor example, For instance,To take ( just) one example,…….7.
  50. 50. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5050Referring to Visual AidsIf you look at this / OHT / now you cansee…./ slide // graph // table // picture /To illustrate this point, have a look at this/table /chart /diagramYou can see from this / chart / that/ table // diagram /In this / chart / you can see…Look at this / table / it is clear that…/ diagram /8.
  51. 51. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5151Concluding and summarizingIn summary,……….In conclusion,……..To summarize,…….To sum up/ what I’ve been saying….To conclude/ what I’ve been saying….By way of conclusion, I’d like to………So,………I hope this presentation has /provided /some useful informationI hope this presentation has /given you /some issues to think aboutI hope this presentation has /given you / some helpwith….I hope this presentation has /given you / an insightinto….I’d like to conclude by…….
  52. 52. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5252Thank you for /your attention.Thank you for /listening.Thank you for /your time.9.Inviting QuestionsNow, if anyone has many questions, I’d pleased toanswer them.Does anyone have any / questions?Does anyone have any / comments?What questions do you have?10.Dealing with QuestionsPerhaps I can answer that by / referring to….Perhaps I can answer that by / looking at…I’m not quite sure about that, but I’ll think aboutit and get back to you.
  53. 53. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5353What does everyone else think?Section IVReading for Topic, Reading for Main Idea, Reading for Details
  54. 54. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5454“ ”“ ” “ ” “ ” “ ” “ ”“ ” SectionIVReading for TopicDirections: Choose the correct answer.Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Chester’s Grill,Burger King,Mcdonald’s are _____________.1. What is the suitable topic noun?a. breakfastb. stationaryc. bookstored. fast food restaurantsSiam Paragon, Central World Plaza, Pratunam Centerand The Mall
  55. 55. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5555are very popular ________ in Bangkok.2. What is the best answer?a. mallsb. parksc. marketsd. restaurantsIn my country, bread is an important part of our everydayfood. When we sit down for a meal, there is always bread onthe table. For breakfast, we have bread with butter or cheese.Some people have jam or olives. For lunch, we have breadwith meat or vegetable dish. Poor people eat more bread withsmall pieces of meat, vegetable or cheese.3. What is the most suitable topic for this paragraph?a. A mealb. My countryc. Foodd. BreadThe sea is very deep in some places. Sometimes it isless deep. Some parts of the sea are very shallow. But insome places it is very deep.
  56. 56. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.56564. What is the topic noun?a. the seab. the deep seac. the shallow sead. the places in the seaMy sister and I always watch TV, read comic books, andplay computer games when we are free. These areour________.5. What is the best answer?a. sportsb. hobbiesc. indoors lifed. outdoors lifeThe kiwi lives only in New Zealand. It is a strange birdbecause it cannot fly. The kiwi is the same size as a chicken.It has no wings and no tail. It does not have any feathers likeother birds. Instead it has hair on its body. Each foot has fourtoes and its mouth is very long.6. What is the most appropriate topic for this paragraph?a. a strange birdb. a New Zealand birdc. the kiwi looks like a chickend. the kiwi, a strange New Zealand bird
  57. 57. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5757Mexico City is a popular place for tourists. Every yearthousands of people go to Mexico City. They visit the old andbeautiful buildings in this city. In the museum they learn aboutthe history of Mexico. And in the restaurant they enjoy thespicy and delicious Mexican food.7. What is the best topic of the paragraph?a. Mexican foodb. Mexicoc. Mexico Cityd. the spicy food8. What‘s the best topic for this paragraph?a. Catsb. Dogsc. Cats and dogsd. PetsCats and dogs are both popular pets. But cats are nicerpets in some ways. First, cats are cleaner. They stay veryclean and they do not make the house dirty. Cats are alsoquieter than dogs. They usually do not make a lot of noise.Cats are safer, too. Dogs sometimes bite people, but catsalmost never do. And finally, cats are easier to take care of.You do not have to spend much time with a cat. In fact, manycats prefer to be alone.
  58. 58. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5858Birds are excellent source of food. Chickens and turkeysare examples of birds which supply man with great quantitiesof meat. Chickens and other birds also supply eggs. Farmersconsider most birds as friends because they eat insect pestsand the seeds of weeds. Birds are useful to people.9. The topic of paragraph is about ________ .a. birdsb. farmersc. chickensd. chickens and turkeys10. What’s the best topic for this paragraph?a. bicyclesb. many countriesc. air pollutiond. bicycles and carsBicycles are very popular today in many countries. Manypeople use bicycle for exercise. But exercise is only one ofthe reasons why bicycles are popular. Another reason ismoney. Bicycles are not expensive to buy. They do not needgas to make them go. In cities, many people like bicyclesbetter than cars. With a bicycle, they never have to wait intraffic. It is also to find a place to park. And finally, bicycles donot cause any pollution! Nice Try!
  59. 59. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.5959:Direction: Choose the Most Appropriate Topic of aParagraphI really like apples. They are sweet, crisp, juicy and justenough to make me full. When I eat apples, I also think of thevitamins and minerals they, contain and the fiber they supplyto keep me healthy.1. What is the paragraph about?a. I like apples.b. They are sweet.c. I eat apple.d. I think of the vitamins.The food in Mexico sometimes surprises tourists. It canbe very spicy! Mexican cooks use a special kind of pepper.This pepper is so spicy it almost burns your mouth. But mostpeople start to like the spices after aWhile, They learn to like Mexican food very much.2. What is the topic of paragraph about?a. The Mexico Cityb. The Mexican foodc. The special kind of pepperd. The tourists
  60. 60. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6060What animal has the longest nose in the world? If youthought the elephant, you were right. The elephant’s nose,called a trunk, is also the most useful nose in the world. Theelephant uses its nose to sniff food, roll logs, and fight foes.When it is thirsty, the elephant can drink six quarts with itsnose. It also uses its nose fortaking a bath too.3. The topic of paragraph is about ____________ .a. elephant’s activitiesb. a nose that fightc. packing a trunkd. the elephant’s noseWhat do you know about the sea? The first thing toremember is that the sea is very big. You can see that there isless land than sea. The sea covers three quarters of theworld. Its depth is different at different places.4. The topic of paragraph is about ____________ .a. the worldb. the seac. the depthd. the first thing to rememberSome insects destroy plants and trees. Some destroystored grain, flour, and meal. Some attack clothing and
  61. 61. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6161carpets. Others cause discomfort to animals by boring intotheir skin, biting or stinging.Some insects are real pests but many are helpful, too. Someeat harmful larvae. Others help with decay by eat rottingwoods and plants.5. The topic of paragraph is about ________ .a. pestsb. animalsc. some insectsd. plants and treesSection VEnglish Conversation
  62. 62. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6262Section VConversation 1 Greeting and Response- How are you?- How are you doing?- Are you doing okay?- How’s it going?
  63. 63. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6363- How’s everything?- And you?- How are things going?- Are you OK?- I’m doing very well.- Very well.- Great.- Fantastic!- I’m fine.- Fine- Oh, so – so.- Not bad.- Pretty good.- Okay (OK)- All right.- They are all fine.
  64. 64. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6464-Awful!- Pretty bad!- Terrible!- Not so good.- Not very well. - How do you do? - My pleasure.PracticeConversation 2A: Good morning, Ann.B: They‘re all fine.A: I’m doing very well, thank you, and you?B: Very well, thank you.Self – IntroductionsSelf – Introductions Response- Let me introduce myself. I’m...........................- May I introduce myself? My name’s ..............- How do you do? My name ‘s ..........................
  65. 65. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6565- Good to meet you. I’m ....................................- Hello. I don’t think we know each other.My name‘s....................................................- It’s a pleasure to meet you. My name’s .............- It’s nice to meet you. I’m ..................................- Glad to meet you. I’m .......................................- It’s nice meeting you. My name’s ....................- It was very good to meet you.- Please to meet you.- How do you do?-It’s been great seeing you. My name‘s............Saying Goodbye and ResponsesSelf – Introductions Response- It was nice talking to you.- I’ve really enjoyed talking to you.- I’ve enjoyed talking to you.
  66. 66. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6666- I’ve enjoyed seeing you.- I’d better be going.- Well, it’s getting pretty late.- It’s been wonderful seeing you again.- Goodbye.- Goodbye for now.- See you around.- Let’s get together again.- Please drop me a line (Please write me a letter.)- I hope we’ll meet again.- Take care.- Have a nice day.- Have a pleasant weekend.- Have a nice working day.- Have fun.- Have a good time.
  67. 67. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6767- All right. Bye now. - So long.Conversation 3A: May I introduce myself? My name‘s Susan. I’m a teacher.B: It’s nice to meet you. I’m Dr. Somchai. I work atNakhonnayok hospital.A: I’ve enjoyed talking to you.B: Let’s go together again.Third – Party IntroductionsThird – Party Introductions Responses Response- I’d like you to meet ........................- I’d like to introduce you to ...........- Let me introduce you to .............- This is ........................................(Give appropriate background information, your relationshipto the two people.)- How do you do?
  68. 68. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6868- It’s pleasure to meet you.- I’ m pleased to meet you.- Nice to meet you.- Hello. Good to meet you.- It’s nice to meet you too.- It’s a pleasure to meet you.- Nice meeting you, too.- My pleasure.Conversation 4A: Hey, Tony.B: Oh, Hi, Max.A: This is Wasana and Jurai. They are new students inmy class. They come from Ongkarak.B: I’m please to meet you all.Students: Please to meet you too.Language Points:
  69. 69. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.6969Affirmative Sentence:Present Simple (I do, work, like etc.)She works in the office. They talk about their project.Subject VerbI / We / You /They work talk use playwatch doHe / She / It works talks uses playswatches doesExample: I live in Nakonnayok but my sister lives inPrachinburi.We use the present simple for things that are true ingeneral, or for things that happen sometimes or all the times:- I walk to school. - The museum open at 09.00 a.m.and closes at 05.30 p.m.- Suda goes to work in the morning. - He doeseverything that she asks.We use the present simple with always/ never/ often /usually / sometimes:
  70. 70. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7070- We always travel by train. - I often try to fix mycomputer.- He washes his car every weekend. - She usuallycarries her note book computer to work.Negative Sentences: Pattern: I don’t + verb (presentsimple negative)Example: Santa doesn’t come. The racing car doesn’tslow.Subject Auxiliary Verb + not VerbI / You / We / They don’ t workHe / She / It doesn’t work- I drink coffee but I don’t drink tea. - The children don’tplay in the park.- Mary doesn’t go to the library. - She drinks tea but shedoesn’t drink coffee.Question Sentence: Pattern: Do you..... (Present simplequestion)....?
  71. 71. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7171Example: Do they work? Does she work? AuxiliaryVerb Subject Verb +?Do I /we / you / they work?Does He / she/ it work?- Do you smoke? No, I don’t. - Do they speakEnglish? Yes, they do.- Does she work hard? Yes, she does - Does yourbrother live in Bangkok? No, he does.The Testing English for CommunicationSpeaking and Writing AbilityPart I: Speaking AbilitySituational DialogsInstructions: Read each situational dialogue carefullyand choose the most appropriate expression for eachsituation.
  72. 72. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7272Your teacher asks your opinion about an outsidereading book. You found it boring but you want to be polite soyou say, “…………..”a How could you assign such a boring book?b The book I liked was certainly not this one.c I prefer the book we read last term.d The book was unreadable, wasn’t it?e It’s the worst book I’ve ever read.Bill and Anne have been to a pop concert to listen totheir favorite band. On their way home, Anne saysdisappointedly, “……….”a They are not as good as they used to be.b They are less good than they ever were.c They were much worse during the last month.d They always play such brilliant music.e They are awesome.
  73. 73. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.73733. Myra has been unable to study because of the loudhammering coming from the room next to hers. She phonesthe apartment manager and says, “………….., but could youdo something about the noise?”1. I’m sorry to bother you2. There’s something going on3. Excuse me for saying this4. Please accept my apologies, do you?5. Can I help you?4. In an examination room, a student’s mobile phonestarts to ring. The teacher says, “………”a. Turn that off.b. Let it out.c. Who’s calling?d. What happens?e. Shut up.
  74. 74. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.74745. A friend is walking with you along the pavement. Yousee he is about to step in a puddle of water and say, “……….”a. Loop up!b. Look out!c. Step along!d. Step over!e. Look over!2. DialogueA. Instructions: Read the dialogue carefully andchoose the most appropriate expression for the missing parts.Situation : Ted is having lunch with his close friendHelen.Ted : So how are things going ? Is your boss stillgiving you a hard time?Helen : Did you have to ___6_____ while we’re eating ?I’ve had a terrible morning.
  75. 75. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7575Ted : Forgive me.Helen : It’s just that I can never seem to do anythingright ___7_____.Ted : Do you want to talk about it ? Sometimes it’sbetter to get it ___8_____Helen : I guess you’re right. Well Brenda, my boss,always seems to be checking upon me to see if I come to work late or leave early. She’salways asking otherpeople about me. I’m really ___9_____Ted : Why don’t you ___10_____ looking for anotherjob. If it’s really as bad asyou say, you should leave.Helen : ___11_____, Ted. Don’t forget I have a rent topay and food to buy. I haveno savings so I can’t afford to be ___12_____
  76. 76. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7676Ted : Why not try talking to Brenda. Be calm and,___13_____, be nice. As they say,you always get more with honey than with vinegar.Helen : You’re right. I’ll just have to have a morepositive attitude ___14_____.Ted : ___15_____ Things are improving already !6. a. pass that aroundb. bring that upc. tell me to do thatd. speak like thate. get over it7. a. in her eyesb. from her thoughtsc. on her mindd. with her outlooke. from her heart
  77. 77. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.77778. a. by lunch timeb. in the newsc. off your chestd. out of sighte. out of date9. a. sick of itb. bored by youc. mad about themd. crazy for here. happy to see her10. a. try outb. make upc. think aboutd. let one. give up11. a. Easier said than done
  78. 78. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7878b. Too much too soonc. The more the merrierd. Slow but suree. Better late than never12. a. out of workb. on the runc. away from homed. off the recorde. in danger13. a. over allb. above allc. after alld. all of a suddene. all in one14. a. before thisb. since then
  79. 79. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.7979c. now and thend. from now one. up to now15. a. Hear?b. See?c. Watch!d. Tell?e. Sure?
  80. 80. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.8080Section VINews Form for Reading and UnderstandingSection VIReading Skill EnglishVocabulary -----
  81. 81. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.81811.1. News Form3.4.dictionary)5.6. main subject main verbmain idea)
  82. 82. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.82827. 10-15News Form) 31. Headline -( Sub-Headline2. Lead -3. Story/Body -
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  88. 88. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.8888Section VIICV & Resume/ Application laterJob LatterResume)Application Latter
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  92. 92. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.92922. Application Letter)1 )1. Senders address )2. Date )3. ( Receivers Address )4. ( Salutation )5. Body Of Letter )1 … ( First Paragraph ) …… …2 … ( Second Paragraph ) ……
  93. 93. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.93933 … ( Third Paragraph ) ………6. Asking for Interview )… (Final Paragraph ) ……….7. ( Complimentary close )8. ( Signature )9. ( Enclosures )1 )Miss Walaiporn Pluwangkarn19/24 Moo 5, Phaholyothin 50Lad-yao, BangkhenBangkok 10900November 25,1993The Advertiser Post Box No.4444 Bangkok 10310Dear sir,I have seen your advertisement for the post of "PublicRelations Officer" in yesterdays Bangkok Post and Iminterested in applying for the job Im 24 years old, single anda graduate of Communication Arts from Bangkok University. I
  94. 94. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.9494can speak both English and French fluently and have apleasant personality.Although Im quite fresh from the University. I mayassure you that I have the ability of arranging the whole publicrelations on modernlines.Im interested in the challenging job that allows megreater potential in the public relations field and yourcompany is well know for its out - standing professionalism inthe field.Im ready to be called for an interview at yourconvenience and look forward to hearing from you soon.Yours sincerelyMiss Walaiporn Pluwangkarn
  95. 95. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.9595Personal DataCandidate Miss Walaiporn PluwangkarnAddress 19/24 Moo 5 , Phaholyothin 50Lad-yao , BangkhenBangkok 10900Tel 549-0189Position Applied for : Public Relations OfficerEducational Background : Bachelor Degree inCommunication Arts fromBangkok Universitymajoring in PublicRelationwithgrade pointaverage 3.50Experiences - Chairwoman of the English Specking Club- Master of ceremonies of the of theCommunication Arts Freshy Night- Trainee as a public relationsassistant of the Grammy EntertainmentCompany Limited from March 14 - May 25, 1993
  96. 96. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.9696Personal DetailsAge : 24Birth Place : San-Phran, NakornprathomHeight : 1.60 m. Weight 48 Kgs.Birth Date : November 15,2515Nationality : ThaiReligion : BuddhismMarital Status : SingleHealth : GoodReferences : 1. Archan Adchara Panthanwong,Chairperson of Department ofPublic Relations, Bangkok UniversityTel. 02-249-0141-4: 2. Mr.Peawat Phuttnan , Presidentof the Grammy EntertainmentCompany Limited. Tel. 02-281-34502 )1. Senders address )2. Date )3. ( Receivers address )4. ( Salutation )
  97. 97. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.97975. Body Of letter )1 … ( First Paragraph ) ………….. …6. Age7. Education8. Experience9. Special skills10. References11. HobbiesLast Paragraph ) ….Asking for interview )12. ( Complimentary close )13. Signature )14. Enclosures )2 )Miss Boonrudee Weerode400/64 Soi Soonvichai IINew Petchburi RoadPrayathai Bangkok 1031025 th November 1993The General Manager
  98. 98. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.9898Thai International Product Co,Ltd.31-33 Yukol II Road ,Dhebsirin DistrictBangkok 10100Dear sir,I wish to apply for the post of a "Purchase Officer "advertised in "Thai Rut" November 21,1993 Below aresome of my particulars for your kind considerationAge : 23Education : Bachelors Degree from BangkokUniversity majoring in AccountingSpecial skills : English typing : 70 words perminuteThai typing : 55 words per minuteShorthand : 110 words per minuteHobbies : Swimming and photoqraphyReference 1. Miss Pavinee Choysunirachorn,Dean School of AccountingBangkok University.Tel: 02-249-0141-4 ,02-249-5132-62. Mr.Akom Smuthkovhorn , Directorof Sports and Student activity
  99. 99. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.9999Office Bangkok UniversityTel: 02-249 0141-4 , 02-249-5131-63. Miss Veena Nauwaluc Director ofEducation Service and statuswelfare Bangkok UniversityTel: 02-249-0141-4 , 02-249-5132-6Id appreciate your kind consideration,and Im ready for the interviewall any time when isconvenient for youYours faithfullyMiss Boonrudee WeerodResume Form WritingResumePhotoMr/Mrs/Miss …… ………Expected Jobs: ………….Expected Salary: ……….Personnel InformationAddress: …Phone: …
  100. 100. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.100100Age: …Nationality: …Religion: …Height: …Weight: …Marital Status: Single, Separated, Divorced, WidowedMilitary Service: Passed, Not Passed, Exempted(EducationVocational: Grad. in ( From ( GPA. (HighVocational:………Bachelor: …… …TrainingJob(…Project( …Thesis( …Activities( …Work Experience2004 – Present: Work for ( as ( , salary…bath/month2000 – 2004: …
  101. 101. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1011011998 – 2000: …… …SkillComputer Skill: …English:Speaking…Reading…Writing…(poor, fair, good,excellent)OtherLanguage(…Driving:Drive(yes/no)…Driving License(yes/no)…OwnVehicle(yes/no)Typing: Thai…w/m English…w/mAdditional Infomation(Seminar( …ImportantDocument(… testimonial), certificate),engineering license),…Creation( …Other( …Curriculum Vitae
  102. 102. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.102102Name: Rita Srednickaite Date of Birth: 27/02/1983Nationality: Lithuanian Tel. 66-81-8111111 Emailaddress: rita@gmail.comPERSONAL PROFILEI am a well-motivated, enthusiastic young woman who wouldlike to complete a Hospitality placement to improve myEnglish and work experience within the industry.EDUCATION1999 - 2002 Vilnius University – Tourism andBusiness DegreeSubjects included: Marketing, Finance,Human Resources, Tourism,Hospitality, Hotel Management andAccounts.1996 - 1998 Vilnius High School – Vilnius,LithuaniaEMPLOYMENT
  103. 103. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.103103Jun 2003 -Aug 2004 Vilnius Restaurant. – VilniusLithuaniaWaitress & Bartender – Serving and taking orders fromCustomer’s, cash handling and general cleaning of theRestaurant.May 2002 – Sept 2002 Big Al’s restaurant – Florida USAWaitress & Kitchen Assistant – Serving and taking ordersFor Customer’s, cash handling, assisting in thepreparation and serving of food, washing up and othergeneral kitchen duties.IT SKILLSWindows 95/98/MEOffice 2000: Word, PowerPoint, Sphinx, Excel & AccessInternet Explorer & Outlook ExpressINTERESTSIn my spare time, I enjoy reading, listening to music,cinema and socializing with my friends.
  104. 104. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.104104Application for Employment(To be completed in own handwriting):……………………………………………………………………………………………….Name1.…………………….…….…………………………………….... /
  105. 105. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.105105Position Applied for 2…………………………………………………. SalaryBath / monthPersonal information…………….. ……..…............……………....……..... /Present address Moo RoadDistrict/ ……………………………………....…………...........….......... …………………...Amphur Province Post code………........………...........…...…................……...........……Tel. Pager Mobile.………………………………………………………………………………………………E-mailLiving with parent Own home Hired houseHiredflat / Hostel
  106. 106. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.106106................…………................……...................Date of birth Age Yrs.Race……………………………................…………………....................Nationality Religion..............….........................……………..............Identity card no. Expiration date.................... . ................... .Height cm. Weight kgs.Military status Exempted ServedNot yet servedMarital status Single MarriedWidowed SeparatedSex Male FemaleFamily Information
  107. 107. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.107107- .................................................................……...............Father’s name-surname AgeYrs. Occupation- ....................................................................................Mother’s name-surname AgeYrs. Occupation/ ….……………………………………………….……… ……………….…………Name of wife / Husband Working PlacePosition………….Number of children( ) ............. ..........................Number of Members in the family MaleFemale You’re the child of the familyName Age Occupation
  108. 108. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.108108EducationEducationalLevelInstitution MajorFromToHigh school.Vocational. / .DiplomaBachelordegreePost-GraduateOthers
  109. 109. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.109109Working Experience In Chronological- )CompanyTimePosition JobdescriptionSalaryReasons ofresignationFromToLanguage AbilityLanguage(Speaking) (Writing) (Reading)GoodFair PoorGood Fair PoorGood FairPoor(Thai)(English)
  110. 110. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.110110(Japan)(Other)Special Ability: ............ /............ /Typing No Yes Thai Words/Minute EnglishWords/Minute:Computer No Yes (Please Mention)…………………………………………………………:Driving No Yes Driving License No.………………………………………Office Machine……………………………………………………………………………………………………………:Hobbies Please Mention………………………………………………………………………………………...
  111. 111. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.111111:Favourite SportPlease Mention………………………………………………………………………………………...:Special knowledge Please Mention……………………………………………………………………………………:Others Please Mention………………………………………………………………………………………...…..............................................I can work up Country No Yes Others(Please Mention)-…….............................................Person to be notified in case of emergencyRelated to the applicnt as
  112. 112. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.112112...................................................................................................................... .Address Tel.............................................................................................................................................Sources of job information?Have you ever been seriously or contracted with contagiousdisease? Yes No..............................................................................................................................................If yes, explain fully/.............................................................................................Give the name of relatives / friends , working with us known toyouPlease provide any further information about yourself whichwill allow our company to know you better
  113. 113. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.113113..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................I certify all statement given in this application form is trueif any is found to be untrue after engagement. The Companyhas right to terminate my employment without anycompensation or severance pay what’s ever.Applicants signature
  114. 114. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.114114Position Department Salary Baht/monthStarting date Allowances……………………………………………………Human resource departmentAuthorized signature………… ……… ……………… ……… ………………………………..Signature ofApplicant………../………./……..
  115. 115. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.115115Resume(Specimen of Application Letter)52/107 Buaban VillaSukhaphiban 2BangkapiBangkok12 March 1990The Bureau ChiefNHK TV, 6 F MOT Building,Rama 6 Road,Bangkok 10310Dear Sir,Your advertisement in the Bangkok Post of March 10,1990, for the position of a translator has attracted myattention because I think that my qualifications will fulfill yourrequirements.
  116. 116. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.116116I am a graduate from poona University in India and holda Master’s degree in Politics and Public Administration. Whilestudying at the University, I had a part-time job as a translatorfor the royal Thai Consulate in Bombay. From time to time, Ialso contributed some English articles to the University’smagazine and won several prizes in the essay contests. MyEnglish and Thai typing speeds are 50 words and 40 words aminute respectively. Because of my translation and writingexperience, I am confident that I will be able to do a good jobfor you.H.E. Prateep Rewangnam, Consul-General in Bombay,has permitted me to use his name as a referee, Enclosed youwill find my detailed Resume, a degree certificate and tworecent photographs.I shall be able to call for and interview at yourconvenience and shall be glad to give you any furtherinformation that you may require. If you wish to telephone me,my number is 433-1907Your faithfully(Mr. BANDIT SAISAARD)52/107
  117. 117. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.117117212 25401.2.3.THE BANGKOKPOST 10 25401.2.
  118. 118. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1181183.4.(Application Form =Application Letter =
  119. 119. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.119119Applicant =To be completed in =Own handwritingConfidential =Photo attached here =Position applied for/ =Position sought/Position desiredExpected Salary =Personal data =Curriculum vitae, Bio-data,Data Sheet, ResumeName-Surname =Maiden Name =Sex = Male Female)Present address =Permanent address =Postal code =Date of birth =Age =Nationality =Race =Domicile =
  120. 120. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.120-120Religion = Buddhism, Islam, Catholic)Height =Weight =Colour of eyes =Colour of hair =Complexion =Marital status =Spouse =Single =Married =Widowed =Divorced =Occupation =Dependants =House’s Registration =Identity Card No., I.D.Card No. =Identification Card (I.D.Card) =Relative =Issued by……….. = ……….Issued Date =Valid Date ; Expire Date =Student Housing =
  121. 121. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.121121Own House =Rent House =Live with Parents =Boarding House =Ordainment =Person to notify in case of =emergencyMilitary status =Exempted =Black Slot =No Military Service =Primary School; Elementary =SchoolSecondary School =High School =Vocational Certificate =Vocational =High Vocational Certificate =Bachelor’s degree =Experience/Previous =employmentReasons for leaving =
  122. 122. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.122-122Reference =Applicant signature =Applicant name =Imagination is important than knowledgeI never teach my pupils;I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.BibliographyDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggested ReadingsDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggestion forReadings 614-203 English for managementDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggested ReadingsDocumentaries Descriptions and Suggested Readings000117 Advanced English.
  123. 123. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.123123Bryant, Margaret (1945). A functional English grammar.D.C. Heath and company.Carter Ronald, McCarthy, Michael (2006). CambridgeGrammar of English: A Comprehensive Guide, CambridgeUniversity Press.Cobbett, William (2003, originally 1818). A Grammar ofthe English Language (Oxford Language Classics), OxfordUniversity Press.Fries Charles, Carpenter. (1952). The structure ofEnglish; an introduction to the construction of Englishsentences. New York: Harcourt, Brace.Greenbaum, Sidney (1996). Oxford English Grammar,Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.Greenbaum, Sidney (1990). A Students Grammar of theEnglish Language. Addison Wesley Publishing CompanyHalliday M. A. K; Matthiessen, Christian M. I. M. (revisedby) (2004).An Introduction to Functional Grammar, 3rd.edition. London: Hodder Arnold.Huddleston, Rodney D. (1984) Introduction to thegrammar of English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Huddleston, Rodney D. (1988) English grammar: Anoutline. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  124. 124. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.124124Huddleston, Rodney D.; Pullum, Geoffrey K., eds (2002).The Cambridge grammar of the English language.CambridgeUniversity Press.Huddleston, Rodney D.; Pullum, Geoffrey K. (2005).Astudents introduction to English grammar.CambridgeUniversity Press.Jespersen, Otto. (1909–1949). A modern Englishgrammar on historical principles (Vols. 1-7). Heidelberg: C.Winter.Schibsbye, Knud (1970). A Modern English Grammar:Second Edition. London: Oxford University Press.Sledd, James. (1959) A short introduction to Englishgrammar Chicago: Scott, Foresman.Strang, Barbara M. H. (1968) Modern English structure(2nd ed.) London: Arnold.Thomson, A. J. (Audrey Jean); Martinet, A. V. (Agnes V.)(1986). A practical English grammar:Fourth Edition. OxfordUniversity Press.
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  126. 126. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.126126Course SyllabusCurriculum Bachelor of ArtsProgrammeIn Buddhist ManagementSection of Subject General EducationCode of Subject 614 203, Credit Numbers3(3-0-6)Subject English forManagementGraduate School ClassCourse DescriptionTo study the technique of reading, writing, interpretingand skill practicing of language in the name of universallanguage, and practicing skills in listening, speaking, reading,writing, which emphasized on reading, writing, andcomprehension sentences forms that have vocabularies, andsentences structures related with document in using forstudies.Objectives of Study
  127. 127. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1271271. Learning to know and understand the technique ofreading, writing, interpreting and skill practicing of language inthe name of universal language.2. Learning to know and understand the technique ofreading, writing, interpreting and skill practicing of language inthe name of universal language in order to able phrasesbuilding, paragraph and sentences forms in English.3. Learning to know and understand the technique ofreading, writing, interpreting and skill practicing of language inthe name of universal language in order to use listening skills,speaking, reading, and writing in English to communicationcorrectly.Objectives of Virtues1. An appreciate in English learning for communicationwith foreigners around the world.2. An appreciate and benefits of English using forpropagation of the BuddhismCourse Objectives1. English vocabularies involved management from A-Z2. English pretest: English for communication3. English vocabularies for management project4. Seminar in English
  128. 128. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1281285. Reading for Topic, Reading for Main Idea, Reading forDetails, Reading for Topic6. News Form for reading and understanding7. CV & Resume/ Application laterCourse Outline1. English vocabularies involved management from A-Z2. English pretest: English for communication3. English vocabularies for management project4. Seminar in English5. Reading for Topic, Reading for Main Idea, Reading forDetails, Reading for Topic6. News Form for reading and understanding7. CV & Resume/ Application laterEducational Activities1. Explanations2. Discussions3. Personal/Group Research4. Media Using in Teaching5. Project Working6. The Four Skills PracticingInstruction Media
  129. 129. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.1291291. Document Teaching, Power point, Movies, Books, andso on.Evaluation Qualifies1. Attention class, cooperation, manners, 10Marksrelationships, honesty and responsibility2. Skills ability(readiness, skillfully 10Marksin expression)3. Intelligence (knowledge, comprehension, 20Marksdocumentary applying, report, midterm exam.4. Final exam 60 MarksTotal100 MarksMeasure of Evaluation and Mark LevelsExcellent AVery Good B +Good BVery Fair C +Fair CQuite Fair D +Poor DFailed F
  130. 130. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.130130BiographyBiographyPhramaha Yota Payutto (Chaiworamankul)Date of Birth: February 13, 1987Place of Birth: Buriram Province, Kra-Sang District, Sung NurnSubdistrict, 31160Residence: Wat Raikhing, Raikhing Subdistrict SamphranDistrict, Nakhornpathom Province 73210,Mobile: 082-052-9790, 034-326-912, Fax:034-326-912, Email address and FacebookYota_b26@hotmail.comEducation: Advanced Dhamma EducationPāli Education grade IVBachelor degree, Major in EnglishMaster of Arts in Buddhist Studies (International
  131. 131. English for ManagementMahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya UniversityMCU.Raikhing College Page.131131Author

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