I had already worked out how to stay in touch with friends and family in case

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on me. I had already worked out how to stay in touch with friends and family in case of a crisis. I followed the news carefully and used my initiative and understanding of social media to band together with some other stranded travellers and share alternative transport home.’ GlassDoor Exercises 1)someone who does something without giving their name. anonymous 2)when a company first begins / starts off. launched 3)systematic checks designed to consider, select or reject ideas, applications or people. screening 4)money given by an investor to a new company to help them start or grow. venture capital 5)news / information telling you how you performed in your job / interview. feedback Lesson Plan Stages 1)Begin writing “job interview” on the board. Elicit typical interview questions from participants and write these on the board. Participants can also write these on the top of page one. 2)Ask participants to write down three difficult interview questions that they have been asked / could be asked in the future. Upon completion, pair or group participants, asking them to discuss their questions and potential answers for them. Hold a group discussion and elicit the difficult questions and potential answers as a class. 3)Next, explain that interviewers like to here structured answers. This shows logic and allows you to answer clearly. Ask participants to read through the star method and complete the exercise at the bottom of page one. 4)Introduce the reading text on page one. Ask the participants to read through the advice and complete the task underneath. Feedback and correct at the end of the task. Participants then complete the writing task at the top of page three. Schlumberger-Private
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5)Bring the class back together and ask them to think of the toughest job interview questions they’ve ever heard of. Elicit and discuss then introduce them to the four tough interview questions on page three. In paris or groups, ask the participants to think of answers for these questions. Upon completion, discuss as a whole class and use the answers in the answer key to give a “professional” response. 6)Introduce glassdoor.com, a website that allows you to find out more personal information about the company you are applying for, including interview questions, salaries and company culture. Start by reading through the text and completing the vocabulary exercise at the bottom. Finish off the lesson by discussing the concept of glassdoor.com. Is this a good idea for a website? What are the pros and cons for companies and candidates? ESL Right Now (c) Schlumberger-Private
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  • Spring '18
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  • Corporation, Kirsty Smith

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