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698.49 КБ English in mind.pdf
2.93 МБ Job interview vocabulary matching.mp3
15.38 КБ evaluation cards.docx
498.77 КБ homework.pdf
16.29 КБ job interview cards.docx
4.08 МБ job interview dialogue.mp3
34.41 КБ job interview plan.docx
3.62 МБ job interview.pptx
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Название документа evaluation cards.docx

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Evaluation sheet

Actions

Yes/ No

1. Opened the interview appropriately. (shook hands while stating employer’s name, own name, and why he or she is there)


2. Appeared friendly and courteous.


3. Answered questions by using success stories or examples (proof) of skills for the job.


4. Maintained good eye contact and good posture.


5. Avoided using “ I just…” and “I only…”


6. Avoided “annoying” mannerisms (biting nails, fidgeting in seat, twisting hair, looking at phone, jingling coins or keys in pocket).


7. Spoke clearly and avoided slang or “fillers” (umm…like….you know.)



8. Asked the employer questions about the job.


9. Concluded the interview with a summary of key points.


10. Shook hands and thanked the person for his or her time.


11. Asked when to call to learn of the employer’s decision.



Evaluation sheet

Actions

Yes/ No

1. Opened the interview appropriately. (shook hands while stating employer’s name, own name, and why he or she is there)


2. Appeared friendly and courteous.


3. Answered questions by using success stories or examples (proof) of skills for the job.


4. Maintained good eye contact and good posture.


5. Avoided using “ I just…” and “I only…”


6. Avoided “annoying” mannerisms (biting nails, fidgeting in seat, twisting hair, looking at phone, jingling coins or keys in pocket).


7. Spoke clearly and avoided slang or “fillers” (umm…like….you know.)



8. Asked the employer questions about the job.


9. Concluded the interview with a summary of key points.


10. Shook hands and thanked the person for his or her time.


11. Asked when to call to learn of the employer’s decision.



Evaluation sheet

Actions

Yes/ No

1. Opened the interview appropriately. (shook hands while stating employer’s name, own name, and why he or she is there)


2. Appeared friendly and courteous.


3. Answered questions by using success stories or examples (proof) of skills for the job.


4. Maintained good eye contact and good posture.


5. Avoided using “ I just…” and “I only…”


6. Avoided “annoying” mannerisms (biting nails, fidgeting in seat, twisting hair, looking at phone, jingling coins or keys in pocket).


7. Spoke clearly and avoided slang or “fillers” (umm…like….you know.)



8. Asked the employer questions about the job.


9. Concluded the interview with a summary of key points.


10. Shook hands and thanked the person for his or her time.


11. Asked when to call to learn of the employer’s decision.



Название документа job interview cards.docx

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Your information

Your Name: Sam Spade

Work Experience: 2 years serving at a restaurant.

Your Major: Economics

Special Skills: Driver’s License

Good Points: Funny

Bad Points: Lazy

Your information

Your Name: Michael Jackson

Work Experience: No experience/ Student

Your Major: English

Special Skills: Can speak English well.

Good Points: Works Hard

Bad Points: Shy


Your information

Your Name: Fred Flinstone

Work Experience: Fishing Guide

Your Major: Biology

Special Skills: Scuba License

Good Points: Responsible

Bad Points: Impatient


Your information

Your Name: Cleopatra Jones

Work Experience: 3 Year at a Law firm.

Your Major: Law

Special Skills: License to practice Law

Good Points: Team player.

Bad Points: Gets angry easily.



Your information

Your Name: Mary Stuart

Work Experience: 2 years as a research assistant at M.I.T.

Your Major: Physics

Special Skills: Computer programming skills.

Good Points: Creative, intelligent..

Bad Points: Unreliable, gets bored easily.


Your information

Your Name: Betty Crocker

Work Experience: Three years at a bakery.

Your Major: Didn’t go to university.

Special Skills: Bakers License.

Good Points: Kind, Generous

Bad Points: Talkative.


Your information

Your Name: Frodo Baggins

Work Experience: Two years telemarketer.

Your Major: Education

Special Skills: None

Good Points: Speaks well. Good looking.

Bad Points: Sometimes rude.


Your information

Your Name: Maria Stewart

Work Experience: State School #5

Your Major: Maths

Special Skills: Drawing.

Good Points: Works Hard

Bad Points: Nervous


Название документа job interview plan.docx

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LESSON: 8.4B The World of Work (Content with language)

School: NIS Kyzylorda

Date: May , 2015

Teacher name:

CLASS:

Number present:

absent:

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to

8.S6 link comments with some flexibility to what others say at sentence and discourse level in pair, group and whole class exchanges

8.L7 begin to recognize typical features at word, sentence and text level of a limited range of spoken genres

8.C5 use feedback to set personal learning objectives

8.UE7 use a variety of simple perfect forms to express recent, indefinite and unfinished past on a range of familiar general and curricular topics

Lesson objectives

All learners will be able to: identify job interview vocabulary

Most learners will be able to: differentiate Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous, use them in speaking and writing correctly;

Listen and understand specific information and detail in job interview

Some learners will be able to: use appropriate subject-specific vocabulary and syntax to role play a job interview and give constructive feedback

Previous learning

Job adverts

Plan

Planned timings

Planned activities

Resources

5 minutes

Warm-up “10 questions”

Learners elicit 10 words on the topic “Jobs”, then they are shown a set of pictures to guess the theme of today’s lesson, it’s job interview

PPT

15 minutes

Job interview vocabulary

Learners guess the meanings of the words and expressions on the topic


-covering letter-a letter that accompanies your job application
-fire -to remove someone for your company
-hire-to employ someone
-unemployed-without a job
-redundant-no longer needed by a company
-skills-abilities.

-duties-responsibilities

-vacancy-an unfilled position
-employer-someone you work for

-employee-someone who works for you

-stress-mental tension

-recruit-a new employee
-curriculum vitae- CV
-perks-good things about a job
-qualifications-degrees, certificates, professional titles and so forth
-hazard-a danger relating to a job


-improve the odds-increase the possibility

-go well- succeed

-stand out from the crowd-make it easy for people to remember you

-make the most of-take advantage of

-chances are-it is probably true

-move on-change to a new activity

PPT

5 minutes

Job interview vocabulary practice

Match the definitions 1-10 with the expressions a-j. Then listen, check and repeat.

1 to write a letter to ask for a job

a full-time (job)

2 a person who works in a company

b unemployed

3 someone who gives other people a job

c part-time (job)

4 done for the whole of the working week

d trainee

5 done for part of the working week

e resign

6 official records showing you have finished a training course or you have skills

f salary

7 to say that you want to leave a job

g employee

8 the money you get paid every month for doing your job

h apply for a job

9 a person who is learning how to do a job

i qualifications

10 not having a job / out of work

j employer


English in Mind 3 p27+Audio





15 minutes

Listening

Learners listen to the recording and complete the gaps

A: Employer B: Candidate


qualify-make you the right person

encourage-give confidence, promote, persuade

guidance-to help guide someone

team building-group developing

accomplish-complete successfully

delegate-allocate, appoint someone else to do the work

familiarizing-make familiar

collaborative-mutual, shared

exceed-to go beyond

unpredictable-something you cannot predict

challenge-difficult, but doable


Answers:

1. your responses, 2. qualify, 3. specific situation, 4. encouraged, 5. guidance, 6. mentoring, 7. team building, 8. accomplish, 9. delegate, 10. familiarizing, 11. collaborative, 12. achieved, 13. exceed, 14. unpredictable, 15. innovative, 16. challenge

http://eslcorner.settlement.org/employment-and-education/employment/job-interview-roleplay


15 minutes

Grammar

Write on the board

1. I have been working part-time in a (shop) for six weeks

2. I have earned (x) tenge

Elicit the difference:

1. An action started in the past and not yet completed (up to now).

2. The focus is the result of an action so far (up to now).

Learners do exercises to consolidate grammar

English in Mind 3 p.27, ex 3 (a,b,c,d)


5 minutes

Job interview tips

Learners are shown PPT about “do’s” and “don’ts” while taking a job interview

http://www.slideshare.net/bareaaalmasri/why-you-should-hire-me-21010074

15 minutes

Job interview role-play

Learners are handed an interviewee card and an evaluating card. Every student will act as an interviewer and an interviewee 3 turns. When they interview a person they evaluate his/ her answers.

Interview questions:

Interviewer: What were your previous jobs?
Interviewer: What experience did you gain from your previous jobs?
Interviewer: What qualifications do you have?
Interviewer: What can you bring to this role?
Interviewer: Can you tell me of a time when you solved an important problem?
Interviewer: Can you give me an example of when you have motivated yourself to do something you didn’t want to do?
Interviewer: What is your greatest achievement?
Interviewer: Can you give me an example of when you worked successfully in a team?
Interviewer: How do you deal with high-stress situations?
Interviewer: What are your strengths?
Interviewer: What are your weaknesses?
Interviewer: What interests you about this job?

Evaluating card

Actions

Yes/ No

1. Opened the interview appropriately. (shook hands while stating employer’s name, own name, and why he or she is there)


2. Appeared friendly and courteous.


3. Answered questions by using success stories or examples (proof) of skills for the job.


4. Maintained good eye contact and good posture.


5. Avoided using “ I just…” and “I only…”


6. Avoided “annoying” mannerisms (biting nails, fidgeting in seat, twisting hair, looking at phone, jingling coins or keys in pocket).


7. Spoke clearly and avoided slang or “fillers” (umm…like….you know.)



8. Asked the employer questions about the job.


9. Concluded the interview with a summary of key points.


10. Shook hands and thanked the person for his or her time.


11. Asked when to call to learn of the employer’s decision.




5 minutes

Homework

  1. Learners record them taking part in an interview or video their interviews.

  2. Learners do exercises 1-2, comment on the use of Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous in the given texts

  3. Writing

Write a letter of application in answer to one of the advertisements. Remember to say which job you are applying for and where you saw the advertisement.

Use Sophie's letter to help you. Write 120-150 words.




English in Mind 3 p.26, 29 ex 1,2,11

Reflection: Take one minute to compose two sentences in your head to explain what we have learnt and how we have learnt it, using the key words from the lesson


Additional information


Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?

Assessment – how are you planning to check students’ learning?

Cross-curricular links
Health and safety check
ICT links
Values links







Reflection


Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?

What did the learners learn today?

What was the learning atmosphere like?

Did my planned differentiation work well?

Did I stick to timings?

What changes did I make from my plan and why?



Summary evaluation


What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?

1:


2:

What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?

1:


2:

What have I learned from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my next lesson?



Название документа job interview.pptx

3. Somebody who “converts” one language into another. Translator/ Interpreter
10 Questions Review exercise The world of work Jobs
5. Medical doctor who specializes in surgery Surgeon
6. a person actively engaged in politics, especially a member of parliament....
 7. A person who works in a mine, especially a coal mine. Miner
8. A specialist in chemistry. Chemist
9. A person in charge of or assisting in a room or building where book and ot...
10. A person who owns or manages a bank. Banker
JOB INTERVIEW
Job interview vocabulary covering letter a letter that accompanies your job a...
Job interview vocabulary to fire to dismiss from a job
Job interview vocabulary to hire to employ someone
Job interview vocabulary unemployed without a job
Job interview vocabulary redundant no longer needed by a company
Job interview vocabulary skills abilities
Job interview vocabulary duties responsibilities
Job interview vocabulary vacancy an unfilled position
Job interview vocabulary employer someone you work for
Job interview vocabulary employee someone who works for you
Job interview vocabulary stress mental tension
Job interview vocabulary recruit a new employee
Job interview vocabulary CV curriculum vitae
Job interview vocabulary perks good things about a job
Job interview vocabulary qualifications degrees, certificates, professional t...
Job interview vocabulary hazard a danger relating to a job
 Job Interview expressions
Hooshang had an interview for a job last week. He practiced answering the qu...
 improve the odds: increase the possibility
 Go well succeed
He wore a new suit to make a good impression and stand out from the crowd of...
 Stand out from the crowd: make it easy for people to remember you
At the interview, he made the most of every opportunity to tell about his sk...
 Make the most of: take advantage of
 The company was very impressed, and chances are he will get the job!
 Chances are: it is probably true
 He moves on
 Move on: change to a new activity
Listening answers your responses		9. delegate 2. qualify				10. familiarizing...
qualify-make you the right person encourage-give confidence, promote, persuad...
What is a difference? 1.	I have been working part-time in a (shop) for six we...
An interview is a CONVERSATION Between two or more people (the interviewer an...
Interview might be either Interviewee Interviewer BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE MORE PEO...
The word Might refer to different SITUATION that have the same nature but wi...
To determine if this job & you ARE a GOOD MATCH. PURPOSE
There are some types of One to One Job Interview Panel Interview Group Interv...
The most common interview Takes place between the interviewer and interviewee...
The One to One Interview is a test conversation for both sides. The intervie...
Time saving form of interview. Panel means a selection committee or interview...
In panel interview, organization wants to judge and asses. How the candidate...
In group interview, a group of candidates together meet the interviewer(s). C...
In group interview, interviewer(s) want(s) to see The Leadership qualities of...
A mealtime interview is a standard component of a sequential interview in a p...
THINGS TO DO BEFORE INTERVIEW DURING INTERVIEW AFTER INTERVIEW
Know The Position Make sure you and the position are match. Know The Organiza...
Be polite and friendly to everyone . Use positive body language . Use specifi...
Evaluate - Sit down somewhere quiet for a few minutes to think about the ques...
Try to be alert the whole circumstances. Negative attitude Lack of interest +...
Interview questions Interviewer: What were your previous jobs? Interviewer: W...
Homework: record your taking part in an interview or video your interviews. d...
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№ слайда 1 3. Somebody who “converts” one language into another. Translator/ Interpreter
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3. Somebody who “converts” one language into another. Translator/ Interpreter

№ слайда 2 10 Questions Review exercise The world of work Jobs
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10 Questions Review exercise The world of work Jobs

№ слайда 3 5. Medical doctor who specializes in surgery Surgeon
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5. Medical doctor who specializes in surgery Surgeon

№ слайда 4 6. a person actively engaged in politics, especially a member of parliament.
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6. a person actively engaged in politics, especially a member of parliament. Politician

№ слайда 5  7. A person who works in a mine, especially a coal mine. Miner
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7. A person who works in a mine, especially a coal mine. Miner

№ слайда 6 8. A specialist in chemistry. Chemist
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8. A specialist in chemistry. Chemist

№ слайда 7 9. A person in charge of or assisting in a room or building where book and ot
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9. A person in charge of or assisting in a room or building where book and other literary materials are kept. Librarian

№ слайда 8 10. A person who owns or manages a bank. Banker
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10. A person who owns or manages a bank. Banker

№ слайда 9 JOB INTERVIEW
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JOB INTERVIEW

№ слайда 10 Job interview vocabulary covering letter a letter that accompanies your job a
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Job interview vocabulary covering letter a letter that accompanies your job application

№ слайда 11 Job interview vocabulary to fire to dismiss from a job
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Job interview vocabulary to fire to dismiss from a job

№ слайда 12 Job interview vocabulary to hire to employ someone
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Job interview vocabulary to hire to employ someone

№ слайда 13 Job interview vocabulary unemployed without a job
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Job interview vocabulary unemployed without a job

№ слайда 14 Job interview vocabulary redundant no longer needed by a company
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Job interview vocabulary redundant no longer needed by a company

№ слайда 15 Job interview vocabulary skills abilities
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Job interview vocabulary skills abilities

№ слайда 16 Job interview vocabulary duties responsibilities
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Job interview vocabulary duties responsibilities

№ слайда 17 Job interview vocabulary vacancy an unfilled position
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Job interview vocabulary vacancy an unfilled position

№ слайда 18 Job interview vocabulary employer someone you work for
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Job interview vocabulary employer someone you work for

№ слайда 19 Job interview vocabulary employee someone who works for you
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Job interview vocabulary employee someone who works for you

№ слайда 20 Job interview vocabulary stress mental tension
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Job interview vocabulary stress mental tension

№ слайда 21 Job interview vocabulary recruit a new employee
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Job interview vocabulary recruit a new employee

№ слайда 22 Job interview vocabulary CV curriculum vitae
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Job interview vocabulary CV curriculum vitae

№ слайда 23 Job interview vocabulary perks good things about a job
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Job interview vocabulary perks good things about a job

№ слайда 24 Job interview vocabulary qualifications degrees, certificates, professional t
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Job interview vocabulary qualifications degrees, certificates, professional titles and so forth

№ слайда 25 Job interview vocabulary hazard a danger relating to a job
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Job interview vocabulary hazard a danger relating to a job

№ слайда 26  Job Interview expressions
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Job Interview expressions

№ слайда 27 Hooshang had an interview for a job last week. He practiced answering the qu
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Hooshang had an interview for a job last week. He practiced answering the questions to improve the odds that the interview would go well.

№ слайда 28  improve the odds: increase the possibility
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improve the odds: increase the possibility

№ слайда 29  Go well succeed
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Go well succeed

№ слайда 30 He wore a new suit to make a good impression and stand out from the crowd of
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He wore a new suit to make a good impression and stand out from the crowd of other interviewees.

№ слайда 31  Stand out from the crowd: make it easy for people to remember you
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Stand out from the crowd: make it easy for people to remember you

№ слайда 32 At the interview, he made the most of every opportunity to tell about his sk
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At the interview, he made the most of every opportunity to tell about his skills and qualifications.

№ слайда 33  Make the most of: take advantage of
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Make the most of: take advantage of

№ слайда 34  The company was very impressed, and chances are he will get the job!
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The company was very impressed, and chances are he will get the job!

№ слайда 35  Chances are: it is probably true
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Chances are: it is probably true

№ слайда 36  He moves on
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He moves on

№ слайда 37  Move on: change to a new activity
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Move on: change to a new activity

№ слайда 38 Listening answers your responses		9. delegate 2. qualify				10. familiarizing
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Listening answers your responses 9. delegate 2. qualify 10. familiarizing 3. specific situation 11. collaborative 4. encouraged 12. achieved 5. guidance 13. exceed 6. mentoring 14. unpredictable 7. team building 15. innovative 8. accomplish 16. challenge

№ слайда 39 qualify-make you the right person encourage-give confidence, promote, persuad
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qualify-make you the right person encourage-give confidence, promote, persuade guidance-to help guide someone team building-group developing accomplish-complete successfully delegate-allocate, appoint someone else to do the work familiarizing-make familiar collaborative-mutual, shared exceed-to go beyond unpredictable-something you cannot predict challenge-difficult, but doable

№ слайда 40 What is a difference? 1.	I have been working part-time in a (shop) for six we
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What is a difference? 1. I have been working part-time in a (shop) for six weeks 2. I have earned 100 000 tenge An action started in the past and not yet completed (up to now) Present Perfect Continuous: have (has) been V-ing 2. The focus is the result of an action so far (up to now). Present Perfect: have (has) V3

№ слайда 41 An interview is a CONVERSATION Between two or more people (the interviewer an
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An interview is a CONVERSATION Between two or more people (the interviewer and the interviewee) Where questions are asked by the interviewer To obtain information from the interviewee. INTERVIEW

№ слайда 42 Interview might be either Interviewee Interviewer BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE MORE PEO
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Interview might be either Interviewee Interviewer BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE MORE PEOPLE Or

№ слайда 43 The word Might refer to different SITUATION that have the same nature but wi
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The word Might refer to different SITUATION that have the same nature but with slight differences INTERVIEW

№ слайда 44 To determine if this job & you ARE a GOOD MATCH. PURPOSE
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To determine if this job & you ARE a GOOD MATCH. PURPOSE

№ слайда 45 There are some types of One to One Job Interview Panel Interview Group Interv
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There are some types of One to One Job Interview Panel Interview Group Interview Lunch Interview INTERVIEW

№ слайда 46 The most common interview Takes place between the interviewer and interviewee
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The most common interview Takes place between the interviewer and interviewee. One to One Interview

№ слайда 47 The One to One Interview is a test conversation for both sides. The intervie
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The One to One Interview is a test conversation for both sides. The interviewer Asks two types of questions Technical questions: To see if the candidate is qualified for the job. General questions: To analyze problem solving critical thinking team working . One to One Interview

№ слайда 48 Time saving form of interview. Panel means a selection committee or interview
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Time saving form of interview. Panel means a selection committee or interview committee that is appointed for interviewing the candidates .The panel may includes three or five members. Collective judgment of panel regarding the candidate helps in fast decision making for selection of right candidate. PANEL INTERVIEW

№ слайда 49 In panel interview, organization wants to judge and asses. How the candidate
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In panel interview, organization wants to judge and asses. How the candidate can communicate with others. The way the candidate interact with different people. The skills and abilities that the candidate has Panel Interview

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In group interview, a group of candidates together meet the interviewer(s). Candidate is “interviewed” in a group. All the Candidates/job seekers stay in the same room during the interview. Group Interview

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In group interview, interviewer(s) want(s) to see The Leadership qualities of the candidates How the candidates cope with stress Communication skills of the candidates How the candidates behave in the public Group Interview

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A mealtime interview is a standard component of a sequential interview in a position that requires , Marketing , networking ,sales , business dinners, and travel. The goal of the dinner or mealtime interview is to determine how you perform in a social setting. Are you relaxed and charming or awkward and evasive ? MEAL TIME INTERVIEW

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THINGS TO DO BEFORE INTERVIEW DURING INTERVIEW AFTER INTERVIEW

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Know The Position Make sure you and the position are match. Know The Organization Where to find Information about organization. Organization website. Pick smart, Appropriate Clothes. BEFORE INTERVIEW

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Be polite and friendly to everyone . Use positive body language . Use specific examples . Speak clearly, smile & show enthusiasm . DURING INTERVIEW

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Evaluate - Sit down somewhere quiet for a few minutes to think about the questions you were asked and how you might improve your answers next time. Send a thank-you note — Manners cost nothing, so when you get home send them a quick email thanking the recruiter for their time. It might sound pointless, but you'd be surprised where being polite can get you. Follow up — Not heard from them yet? If it’s been a while it doesn't hurt to ring or email the recruiter. Use a little common sense though, don’t just ring the next day, you’ll end up annoying them, and you don’t want that. If you didn’t get the job, you can still ask for feedback, it’ll help you for next time. AFTER INTERVIEW

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Try to be alert the whole circumstances. Negative attitude Lack of interest + enthusiasm. Lack of preparation. Failure to give concrete example. BAD IMPRESSION

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Interview questions Interviewer: What were your previous jobs? Interviewer: What experience did you gain from your previous jobs? Interviewer: What qualifications do you have? Interviewer: What can you bring to this role? Interviewer: Can you tell me of a time when you solved an important problem? Interviewer: Can you give me an example of when you have motivated yourself to do something you didn’t want to do? Interviewer: What is your greatest achievement? Interviewer: Can you give me an example of when you worked successfully in a team? Interviewer: How do you deal with high-stress situations? Interviewer: What are your strengths? Interviewer: What are your weaknesses? Interviewer: What interests you about this job?

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Homework: record your taking part in an interview or video your interviews. do exercises 1-2, comment on the use of Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous in the given texts Write a letter of application in answer to one of the advertisements. Remember to say which job you are applying for and where you saw the advertisement. Use Sophie's letter to help you. Write 120-150 words.

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Listening.

Listen to the interview and complete the gaps

A: Employer B: Candidate

A: Good afternoon Paramjit. I’m Scott Young, Human Resources Director. Nice to meet you.

B: Nice to meet you too.

A: Please take a seat. Can I offer you some coffee or a glass of water?

B: A glass of water please.

A: Here you go... So, let’s get started. I have a series of questions to ask you. I'll be writing down ___________________________. At the end of the interview, you’ll have a chance to ask me additional questions about the IT management position you’ve applied for with us.

B: Okay, that sounds fine.

A: First question, can you describe the qualifications, experience, and skills that you have which _______________________________  you for this position?

B: Yes. I have a Master’s degree in computer programming. I’ve worked in the IT sector in the UK for over 10 years. I have the technical skills, people skills, and administrative skills required to manage an IT department.
A: Describe a _______________________________ when you assisted a new employee in your previous organization.
 

B: Last summer I hired a new programmer. The new employee job-shadowed me on specific tasks. I ______________________ the new employee to express any concerns about the position and the company during this initial period. I gave the person a few tasks to perform, and then provided feedback and _______________________. At the end of the month we had a meeting and reviewed the job description and the responsibilities. My ______________________skills had a positive impact on the organization because it resulted in fewer errors and mistakes by new employees. My ___________________________  skills allowed me to bring the new person on board quickly and establish common goals integral to the company.

A: What is your greatest strength?

B: I’m very ambitious and hardworking. I’m currently completing an MBA at McMaster University in Hamilton. I enjoy organizing and completing a challenging project within a specific deadline. It’s very rewarding for me to  _________________________ something that seemed impossible to complete at the time.

A. What is your greatest weakness?

B: Time management. I sometimes take on too many tasks in a short period of time. Then I have to ________________________  and manage the excessive workflow. I’m learning to better assess my ability to complete a project within a given timeframe before I accept it from a senior manager. I’m also _________________________ myself with Canadian corporate culture. 

A. What type of team member are you?

B: I’m a __________________________ team member. I like to get feedback from other colleagues, and I like to get inspired by other people’s ideas as well. I’m a good listener and communicator. However, I’ll also take a leadership position on a project.

A. Why should we hire you?

B: I bring extensive knowledge and expertise to this position. I believe I hold similar values as your company. I value a creative and innovative workplace. I_________________________ a 20% performance increase in my department after a 2-year period. I bring a global perspective to the field of wireless technology. I’m familiar with markets in the UK and emerging markets such as South-Asia that, from my research, your company would like to expand into over the next 10 years. I’m also fluent in 3 languages other than English: Urdu, Punjabi, and Pashto.
A: Do you have any questions about the position?

B: Yes. Can you tell me what is the most difficult part of this job? And what would make the person _________________________ the expectations of the employer?

A: I would say _______________________  events that affect the industry would present the greatest challenge to you. Will a new competitor emerge and hurt our market share? Will some new regulation affect our profits? The person who can best meet these challenges will bring creative solutions and ______________________ ways of working through the ups and downs of the business cycle and unpredictable events that can change the business overnight. 
B: I believe I’m up to the ___________________________. I look forward to hearing from you. I’d like to thank you for interviewing me for this position.

A: You’re welcome. It was a pleasure meeting you Paramjit.



123 South Street

Rochester

Kent ME8 7BY


Tel: 01889 389456

solake@frccspace.co.uk

23 June, 2005


Personnel Department

e-Style

Romsey Street

Birmingham B60 3DH


Dear Sir or Madam


I read your advertisement for a web designer in yesterday's Times and I would like to apply, I enclose my CV as requested, I think there are several reasons why I might be the right person for the job.

First of all. I haye always been fascinated by technology. I got my first computer when I was eight, and I have been interested in the Internet since then. I created my own website at the age of 14, and since then I have been designing websites for my friends.

Secondly, I believe I have the right qualifications. I have taken several courses in IT, including specialist courses in Java and Flash. I was an assistant for a web design studio for six weeks during the summer holidays. I have been working part time for the same

studio since then, as well as being a student.

Lastly, I would like to stress that I would love to work in a team with other people who have more experience than me. I would love to improve my skills through learning from others. I am very willing to work hard, and I do not mind working overtime.

I can be contacted by phone or email for an interview. I look forward to hearing from you


Yours faithfully

Sophie Lake



Homework

Write a letter of application in answer to one of the advertisements. Remember to say which job you are applying for and where you saw the advertisement.

Use Sophie's letter to help you. Write 120-150 words.



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