The Job Interview - Transcript. Pia goes for a job interview to try and get a new job.
Aae_08_prog8_interviews. English job applications personality body language. Using your posture and body only, mime one of the personality and feeling words below and see if your partner can guess which one it is: Do the same with your handshake, with your walk as you come into the room and with your voice during your initial greetings when you meet the interviewers.
Which words above are negative? What about these words below? Impulsive Creative Perfectionist Ambitious A party animal Old-fashioned Persuasive Determined Forceful Amusing Loud Unpunctual. Present Perfect in English (Use It Correctly Every Time) Now THIS was a serious lesson!
But the good news is, you are ready to use present perfect perfectly! Now it is fresh in your mind, it’s a great chance to practice. We would love to hear your answers to one of these questions, using present perfect (I have…/I’ve…), so please share below. If you prefer you can write about someone else using she has (she’s) or he has (he’s): What are some amazing and memorable things you have done in your life? The best place to share, get feedback, and learn from others in the Confident English Community is in the comments below.
Have a fantastic Confident English Wednesday! ~ Annemarie P.S. Role play - Present perfect continuous - ESL worksheet by cady.78. Role-Playing the Present Perfect: A Speaking Activity. In a recent post, I described having my students “eavesdrop” on how the present perfect tense is actually used in the world they live in: at work, on TV, on the Internet, and by their children as they speak English with their friends.
As promised, here is one of the activities I have used successfully in intermediate-level classes to put what my students discovered into practice. Background As ESL instructors know well, the present perfect is (among other things) the tense that is commonly used to describe one’s own experience. It comes in handy in job interviews and is used by both the employer (“Have you ever…?”) And the job-seeker. First, a word about the choice of job for this activity. Needless to say, in your own classes, you could choose a different job or let the students choose their own jobs for this role-play.
Present Perfect Simple and Continuous job interview roleplay cards. Job Interview - Present Perfect. Explain how the simple past and. Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab. Kelly: So, have you found a job yet?
Josh: No, but, I have a few leads, so things are looking up. Kelly: But isn’t that what you always say? Josh: Well . . . uh . . . this time is different. Kelly: What are you looking for this time, then? Josh: Actually, I want to work for a Web hosting company. Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab. Customer_service_2. Conflictlg. Conflict-Resolution-Worksheet. Lesson Plan: Can’t We All Just Get Along - Conflict Resolution Strategies. Job-Related-Conflict-Scenarios. How to Handle These 5 Common Workplace Conflicts (Without Losing Your Mind) —... Alt_unit_1_sample. Untitled. Managing conflict. Mike: OK, Craig and Gavin, I realise that there have been some problems between you recently, and I’d like to try and sort them out right now.
Gavin, can you tell me why you think this problem has arisen now? Gavin: You’re asking me!? I really have no idea. I mean, I came into this job a year ago with a special project to do … I had a very positive attitude, I was excited about it and Craig’s just blocked me all along … Craig: Well, that’s not fair at all, that’s just not true! Mike: OK, OK, one second. Gavin: Well, that’s about it really. 40 Workplace Scenarios. 1) A company that manufactures furniture increasingly finds that their workforce speaks Spanish fluently but not English.
Management does not know Spanish and this creates communication problems. Should management learn Spanish? Should English classes be offered to the workers? Are there other solutions? The company is struggling to contain costs so any solution should be cost effective. 2) Albert is a younger Mexican American worker and standing in line in the company cafeteria. 3) Paul is working in an upscale music store. 4) Celestina’s office mate is a heavy drinker. 5) Chris is in a business meeting in Beijing. 6) Chuck listens to music on his computer with headphones on. 7) Daniel is the new boss in a factory in Suzhou, China.
ProblemsandSolutions. Looking for Work Role-play. Purpose and Audience: The purpose of these materials is to get students to practice talking about the jobs and requirements.
The audience is adult false beginners. Target Language: Describing benefits and drawbacks of jobs such as high pay, long hours, dangerous work. Talking about obligations using 'have to', 'must', and 'need to'. The Help Wanted Ad - Intermediate Listening Dialogue. Intermediate Listening Dialogue(Audiofile + Handouts) Language reviewed in this dialogue (audiofile) includes resume, willing to train, and no experience necessary.
Business ESL Worksheets and Activities. 9 Awesome Activities To Teach Teen Students Job Readiness Skills. When it’s time to go to college or take a job, in addition to academic knowledge and vocational skills, students also need those “soft skills,” otherwise known as job readiness skills. Soft skills are those characteristics that help you function as an individual (motivation, self-confidence, and flexibility) as well as within a group (teamwork, negotiation, and respect). When it comes to workplace success, these skills are key. After all, if you can’t show up on time, speak up for yourself, or get along with your peers, chances are you’re not going to have a very smooth go of it.
Explicitly teaching students these skills is the best way to give them valuable insight into their strengths and weaknesses. Hard and Soft Skills Activity 1. Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills: What's the Difference? During the job application and interview process, employers look for applicants with two skill sets: hard skills and soft skills. Successful candidates will make sure to put both sets of skills on display. In order to do so, it helps to understand the difference between these two types of skills. Get definitions and examples of hard and soft skills, along with tips for how to showcase them throughout the job application process.
Job Fair: Language for Inteviews. Time: 1 hour Focus: The purpose of this lesson is to give false beginners some practice at job interviews in English. This lesson is intended more for adults or college students. Although, a real job interview will be much more complex, this lesson should give students a look at the vocabulary that is necessary for doing a job interview in English. This lesson follows a format of a discussion, followed by a role-play activity.