ap1_ingles NO 10.pdf - Getting started as a professional Table of Contents 1 Mind Map 3 2 Introduction 4 3 Get in context 5 4 Let\u2019s Read and Write 6

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Getting started as a professional
Table of Contents 1. Mind Map ........................................................................................ 3 2. Introduction ..................................................................................... 4 3. Get in context ................................................................................. 5 4. Let’s Read and Write! ..................................................................... 6 4.1. Multimedia Producer Profile ....................................................... 7 4.2. Resume .......................................................................................... 15 4.3. Job offers ....................................................................................... 24 5. Let’s Listen and Talk ........................................................................ 38 5.1. Pronunciation tips ......................................................................... 38 6. Facts to Know .................................................................................... 39 6.1. Present Tense ............................................................................... 39 6.2. “WH” Questions .......................................................................... 45 7. Glossary .............................................................................................. 46 8. Bibliography ....................................................................................... 47 Creative Commons ............................................................................... 48 Credits .................................................................................................... 49
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FAVA - Formación en Ambientes Virtuales de Aprendizaje SENA - Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje 4 Introduction To manage a second language is essential for professionals worldwide. According to Dinero Magazine (2015) and Portafolio Magazine (2016), the most spoken lan- guages in the world are: Chinese, Spanish and English. Yes! English is in the third place, but for business and academic purposes is the most commonly used lan- guage because it is spoken in all five continents and it is the official language of influential countries, such as: United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, among others. So, if you, as a Multimedia Producer, are interested in being able to communicate with overseas clients and develop international projects, to being able to communicate in English is a must. This material has been developed to help you, step by step, with some important situations you have to deal with as a worldwide professional. To speak a second language doesn’t happen overnight, it requires dedication and practice and your desire and motivation are the clue for undertaking it. Are you ready to take up the challenge? Let’s start! Getting started as a professional
FAVA - Formación en Ambientes Virtuales de Aprendizaje SENA - Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje 5 Hi, I’m Alex and I’ll be your guide in this material. Welcome! To get started as a professional, it is im - portant to define your profile, write your resume, find the appropriate job offer according to your profile and to get ready for job interviews, so you can get the job that fits your expectations and abilities. As you are going to be a Multimedia Pro - ducer, I invite you to start right now with this material in order to get ready and not waste great job opportunities. Let´s read the next dialogue between Genna and Jimmie. Jimmie is looking for a job, but he has problems finding one. Get in context Genna: Hey, What’s new? Jimmie: Hey! Just looking for a part time job as a Multimedia Producer while I finish my studies at the National Training Service (SENA) Genna: Awesome! Jimmie: Yeah, but it is not easy. I found a lot of job offers but none of them fits my profile . Genna: Why? Don’t you have work experience ? Jimmie: Yes, I have. I was part of an internship program as a graphic designer . Later, I worked for a local TV channel as a cameraman . Genna: Do you have your resume updated? Jimmie: No. Actually, I don’t have a resume. Genna: Multimedia Production has many action fields , I think you need to define the action field you are interested in and organize your skills and qualifications in order to that. Then, you can write your resume.

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