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  1. Unit 9 Applying for a Job Section I Listening and Conversation Section II Reading Comprehension Section III writing and Translating back

  2. Section I Listening and Conversation back

  3. Section I Listening and Conversation Part I Leading in Part II Putting in use Part III Further Practice for better use Part IV Aptitude Test and Guidance back

  4. Part I Leading in 1. Pre-class Work 2. Revision 3. Warming up for the new class back

  5. 1. Pre-class Work • Collect some posters, notices and announcements of job applying. • Find out the expressions for talking about holidays and making friends as many as possible. back

  6. 3. Warming up for the new class 1) Present your collections; 2) Teacher’s comment and put the collections into a data bank for students’ reference; 3) New materials presentation. back

  7. Sample1 next

  8. Sample 2 next

  9. Part II Putting in use 1. Situations 2. Acting and Commenting back

  10. Talk about a lecture on interpersonal relationship. • Inquire about the donation for a seriously ill student. • Talk about the time and location of a fashion show. • Ask the clerk the ticket fair for a classical music concert. back

  11. Part III Further Practice 1. Furthering and Practicing 2. Listening and completing 3. Responding back

  12. 1. Furthering and Practicing Practice the dialogues on Page 152 of the Textbook in groups, and try to further them back

  13. 2. Listening and completing • Listen to a dialogue and complete it by filling in the blanks on Page 154 of the Textbook (Exercise 3). Also work in groups. back

  14. 3. Responding • Practice Exercise 2 on Page 155 of the textbook orally . • Give the English equivalent of the Chinese. • The whole class work together back

  15. The Dialogue • I: Please come in and sit down. Make yourself comfortable. • Y: Thank you. • I: May I ask why you are interested in this job? • Y: 1 _______________________. (当我看到贵公司在《中国日报》上 • 登载的广告,我决定试一试。) Well, I’ve always enjoyed a challenging job. • I: Why do you want to change your job? • Y: 2 _______________________. (我想尝试做不同的工作。) • I: How long have you been in your present job? • Y: Two years. • I: Does your present employer know that you are planning to leave the • company? • Y: 3 _______________________. (是的,我跟他谈过此事。) • I: If we hire you, how soon can you start? • Y: 4 _______________________, (嗯,我得需要两周的时间) of course, • after you give me the green light. • I: Is there anything else you’d like to know? • Y: 5 _______________________. (现在没有。) • I: Well, I enjoyed talking with you. We’ll call you within a week with an • answer. • Y: 6 _______________________. (谢谢。感谢您抽出间来跟我面谈。) back

  16. Part IV Aptitude Test and Guidance 1. Match after you listen 2. Judge after you listen 3. Make after you learn 4. Self-assessment and Teacher’s Guidance 5. Assignment back

  17. 1. Match after you listen • With the given diagram, listen to a dialogue, match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. back

  18. 2. Judge after you listen Listen to a dialogue, make a choice from A, B, C or D to each of the questions given on the blackboard. back

  19. 3. Make after you learn • Make a short dialogue of your own back

  20. 4. Self-assessment and Teacher’s Guidance • Check the answers to 1 and 2; • Give brief explanations; • Score your own paper; • Hand in your papers. back

  21. 5. Assignment • A.Workbook P 136—1-5 • B.Read fluently the passage on page 160 of your Textbook New Practical English and try to understand it as possible as you can by using a dictionary. back

  22. Section II Reading Comprehension back

  23. Section II Reading Comprehension Part I Leading in Part II Comprehension and Practicing Part III Further Practice Part IV Aptitude Test and Guidance back

  24. Part I Leading in 1. Revision 2. Warming up for the new class back

  25. 1. Revision • Recite the seven practical sentences for tourism. • Answer teacher’s questions according to Passage for tourism. back

  26. 2. Warming up for the new class Work in groups of four or five to talk about one of the social activities. back

  27. Part II Comprehension and Practicing 1. Checking and Explaining 2. Retelling back

  28. 1. Checking and Explaining • True or false questions according to the passage on page 160 of the Textbook. • Answer questions in detail according to the passage. back

  29. Language Points 1. presentv. give away; introduce; show; put forward for consideration 给予;介绍;展现;提出 He presented her with a signed copy of his book. 2. recall v. remember; call back sth; send for or take back 记得;想起;召回;取回 I recalled that my luggage had been taken away. 3. perform v. carry out; act or show in a play; function 做;表演;表现 He performed a dance for them on stage. 4. convincev. cause sb. to believe or feel certain; persuade 说服;使信服;劝说 We convinced Anne to go by train rather than by plane. 5. assumev. suppose; begin to use; take upon oneself; pretend to be 假定;采用;承担;假装 I was often mistakenly assumed to be a Welshman because of my surname. 6. bounda. certain; having a firm intention; have a duty to obey; intend to travel to一定的;决意的;有义务的;驶往(某地)的 You are bound to succeed. next

  30. 1. (Para. 1) And going back further, I can still recall things about the stars that I should have long ago forgotten if not for my second-grade teacher, Miss Scorchiotti.... 再早些,我仍然记得有关星体的知识,若不是由于我二年级的斯高奇奥迪老师,我早就将其忘光了。 This is a complex sentence. That introduces a relative clause to modify the stars, followed by an if-clause of condition. Attention should be paid to the subjunctive mood used here; should have forgotten…with the latter part being an elliptical clause which can be assumed to be if it were not for… Example: If not for your help, we couldn’t have finished the experiment successfully. next

  31. 2. (Para. 5) She ruffled feathers around the company but was eager to let me in on what she thought and why. 她对公司上下指指点点,但却愿意让我了解她的想法和做事的原因。 Ruffle feathers is used here figuratively to mean become annoyed. The phrase let sb. in on sth. means to allow to here or to know a secret Example: Don’t get your feathers ruffled about it. You are not the boss here. 3. (Para. 7) Be yourself with them and see if the self they are with you is someone you want to learn from for a couple of years. 要与他们自然相处,看一看与你相处的人是否是你这两三年来想要学习的人。 Be yourself means behave naturally. The self is used as the subject in the if-clause, they are with you is a relative clause modifying self with that omitted. Example: You should be yourself if you want the audience to like your speech. back

  32. 2. Retelling the story • Read the passage again and retell the story in the first person. back

  33. Part III Further Practice 1. Simulating and translating 2. Rewriting back

  34. Part IV Aptitude Test and Guidance • Translating • Assignment back

  35. 1. Translating • From childhood, Stew Leonard remembered wanting to be somebody, wanting to be noticed and appreciated. • Stew Leonard decided to redesign his dairy business to suit the changing times and his personality. • More than door-to-door service, Stew Leonard found out that customers wanted good milk prices. • As the business grew, he created more and more of a Disneyland Dairy Store where customers might come and bring their children to be entertained. • To Stew Leonard, the distinction between a supermarket and amusement park is slight, and not necessarily useful. • Mr. Leonard clearly has the most fun greeting customers, and most are delighted to see him. back

  36. 2. Assignment • Workbook page 123 1-3 • Collect as many posters of social activities as possible back

  37. Section III Writing and Translating back

  38. Section III Writing and Translating Part I Leading in Part II Putting in use Part III Further Practice Part IV Aptitude Test and Guidance back

  39. Part I Leading in • Checking the assignment • Warming up for new class back

  40. Check the answers to comprehension exercises on the workbook orally and comment • Answer students; questions found in Passage 1 next

  41. 2.Warming up for new class • Ask the students to present their collections of resumes • Put their collections into the data bank on the blackboard back

  42. Part II Putting in use back

  43. Sample 1 next

  44. Sample 1 Awards and honors (奖励和荣誉) •Nominated (被任命) for Best Travel and Tourism Major in junior year •Earned first prize in high school writing contest Experience 1997—1999—Lonesome Street Steak House, 11 Market street, Tuscan Waitress and cashier (收银员) 1993—1997—Volunteer (自愿) work: Tuscan Recreation Committee Organized summer activities for 6 to 10-year-olds Helped arrange cultural activities for the city

  45. Sample 2 next

  46. Sample 2 Educational Background 1988-1900 Took courses in Mechanical Maintenance at Bengpu Mechanical Training Center. Graduated with a diploma 1982-1986 Bengpu No. 6 Middle School Miscellaneous: Took several training programs and continued self-study in (其它) the field of machine design and manufacture Personal Data Born: September 10,1969 in Bengpu, Anhui, China Nationality: Chinese Sex: Male Martial Status: Married with one daughter (婚姻状况) Health: Excellent References: References are available upon request.

  47. Part III Further Practice back

  48. 1.Presenting new material Ask the students to read the resume. next

  49. Work experience: Sep. 1999 to present Henan Agriculture Research Institute July 1997 to Feb. 1999 Huanghe Power Plant, assistant engineer, responsible for the control of polluted water Personal Data: Born: March, 1974, in Qingdao, Shandong Province Sex: Male Health: Excellent Marital status: Single Interests: Reading, playing football and traveling References: References are available upon request

  50. 2.Ask the students to fill in the resume again with their own personal information back