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Unit 1 Job Interviews

《商务英语听力》

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本次课标题: Unit 1 Job Interviews

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After completing this lesson, students should develop the listening ability on how to deal with an interview, including:

--how to prepare for an interview;

--the interview procedure.

教学

目标

能力(技能)目标

知识目标

能力总目标:Enhance skills of speaking, listening etc.

▲能力子目标:

3.3.1 Able to prepare for an interview in English;

3.3.2 Get to be familiar with the interview procedure

·Get to understand and use the new expressions freely concerning opening, during and closing an interview

重点

难点

解决方法

教学重点:Listening to situational conversations.

教学难点:Oral practice by imitating the sample dialogues.

解决方法:

        Teacher may personally participate in the designed activity;

        Teacher may provide help from time to time if necessary.

        Teacher should give affirmative comments and avoid making judgments.

参考资料

New Horizon Business English- Viewing, Listening & Speaking, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

Step 1: Introduction to the new lesson       (5min)

    Objectives: develop the listening ability on how to prepare for an interview and get familiar with the interview procedure.

Step 2: Warm-up (10min)

    Task:

Work in pairs. Discuss the following questions with your partner and write them down.

    Notes:

Questions:

1)      Have you ever been to a job interview?

2)      What preparations should a candidate make before the interview?

Word Tips:

make up, application, clarification, eye contact, comment, ahead of

    Sum-up (for Ss’ reference)

1)      How to prepare for an interview ?

a.Prepare a resume

b.Research the company

c.Prepare for frequently asked questions

2)      The general conduct during an interview:

Opening: Establishing a Friendly Atmosphere

● Introduce yourself.

● Talk about weather, traffic,etc.

● Talk about yourself as a person.


                During: Exchanging Information

                             

    General question            Position related questions

Be prepared to talk about

● your personal details

● your education

● your training coursed

● your work experience

You will be able to discuss

● reasons for leaving last job

● details of the job and the company

● qualifications and skills make you fit for the requirements of the job

●short-term goals and long-term goals

             

Step 3:  Listening Practice (40min)

Task 1:

    Task:

Listen to a dialogue about a job interview and try to fill in the missing words.

    Notes:

Gary: Good morning. I’m Gary. Please take a seat.

John: Good morning. I’m John. Nice to meet you.

Gary: Nice to meet you. To start with, can you tell me why you are   (1)    in working for our company?

John: First, as far as I know, your company has an   (2)    record. Second, I think my   (3)   and my   (4)   qualify me for the job.

Gary: I see. Which university did you graduate from? And what is your major?

John: I graduate from   (5)    and my major is   (6)  .

Gary: Which company do you work for now?

John: BTC,

Gary: And what is your   (7)   there?

John: I’m in charge of marketing activities in East Asia, for example, organizing   (8)   and arranging   (9)  .

Key:

1)      interested

2)      impressive growth

3)      major

4)      past experience

5)      Beijing University

6)      Marketing

7)      chief responsibility

8)      trade companies

9)      exhibitions

Task 2:

    Task:

       Match the questions with the corresponding answers. Then listen to the dialogue between the interviewer and the interviewee and check your answers.(listening materials omitted)

    Questions:

Column A:

1)      Could you tell me something abou the paid holidays, insurance, and things like that?

2)      In which cities do you have your branches?

3)      How much time will it takes for me to be promoted here?

4)          Can you tell me why you would like to work as a medical representative with us?

5)      Could you tell me how much the job pays?

6)      Where is your company basec?

7)      Don’t you think it’s a pity for you to leave your present job?

Column B:

a.       I want to apply for this position since I want a change.

b.      Every employee in our company gets life insurance and unemployment insurance. You will get 2 weeks paid holidays in your first full year.

c.       Our company is based in New York.

d.      Our branches are in many cities, such as Philadelphia, Beijing and London.

e.       Promotion is not certain. It depends on your ability and performance.

f.        To some extent, it is. I have learned a lot in the hospital.

g.       During the probationary period you will only get 2,000 RMB a month.

Key:

1)      b

2)      d

3)      e

4)      a

5)      g

6)      c

7)      f

     New words and expressions:

       The T guides Ss to learn new words and expressions based on the listerning material.

       Words list:

probationary                                                   unemployment

according to                                                  branch

performance                                                   base

insurance


Task 3:

    Task:

 Work in pairs. In your opinion, what questions raised by the candidate, Karen Yang, seemed to by inappropriate? Write them down and state your reasons. Then compare your answers with your neighbour’s. The first one has been done for you.


                           


    Possible answer:

Is that your wife, Mr. Carter? She is so beautiful.

Avoid asking your interviewer personal questions or making personal comments.

Could you tell me how much the job pays?

What about the paid holidays, insurance and things like that?

How much time will it take for me to be promoted here?

The interviewer might infer from these questions that you are only interested in your own needs and not those of their company. Wait until the interviewer raises the

But in which cities do you have branches?

And where is your company based?

It is unwise to ask about things you should have already known. You will only tell the interviewer that you haven’t done your homework.

Step 4: Listen and practice your oral English. (20min)

    Task:

Work in pairs. The introductory stage is very important in an interview, because the interviewer’s first impression often influences their final decision. Please listen to the following sample dialogue for opening remarks, and do the substitution exercises with your partner by using the expressions below.

    Scripts:

Cai:      May I come in?

Ms. Smith: Yes, please.

Cai:      Good morning. My name is Cai Ning. As requested, I have come for an interview.

Ms. Smith: Fine, thank you for coming. Miss Cai. Please sit down. I am Anne Smith, the Assistant Manager.

Cai:     Nice to meet you, Ms. Smith.

Ms. Smith: Nice to meet you.

    Useful expressions:

1)      It’s nice to see you. / Glad to see you. / Nice to see you.

2)      I am Margaret Smith, the Personnel Manager/ the Administration Manager/ the Area Representative.

3)      Did you have any difficulty finding our company?

Did you have any trouble finding…

Was it convenient for you to find…

Was it easy for you to find…

4)  I have come for an interview / as invited.

Step 5: Summarize and repeat the frequently used expressions in job interviews. (10min)

    Language focus:

1) —Are you a resident of Hangzhou?

  —I have lived here since my childhood./I am only a temporary resident./ I am originally from…

2) —What kind of personality do you think you have?

—I am afraid I am not very creative, but I am tolerant, slow to anger, tactful, caring and friendly.

3) —What are your disadvantages and advantages?

—Well, I’m afraid I am not very creative, but I am tolerant, slow to anger, tactful, empathic, caring and friendly.

4) —Did you get any honours or awards at your university?

—I won the college scholarship three years on end.

5) —What sort of work experience do you have?

—I’ve been a sales engineer for…

6) —What was your responsibility?

—As I was the personnel Director, my responsibilities mainly included recruitment and training new employees.

7) —What are your goals?

—I would hope to have increased my skill base and made a significant contribution to the company. Hopefully, I would be considered for promotion by then.

Step 6: Consolidation and assignment (5min)

Review the expressions and be sure that you are able to understand them while listening.

Listen to a piece of lately news on the website of China daily.

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