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Конспект урока английского языка " Технология и алгоритм поиска работы"

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Тема «Технология и алгоритм поиска работы».

Преподаватель Климова Ирина Владимировна.

Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.
  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.
  • Развитие навыков аудирования и устной речи.

Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом. 

Ход урока.


  1. Организационный момент и повторение темы предыдущего урока.


Safety Precautions

A few warnings and reminders before you start disassembling your computer tower (системный блок вертикального расположения) to keep both your unit and yourself safe.

1. Fully shut down and unplug the computer before you make any attempts to disassemble the tower.

2. Take off any metal objects on your arms or fingers such as bracelets, rings or watches. Even if your unit is unplugged, there may still be some remaining electric charge.

3. Make sure your hands are completely dry to avoid damaging any mechanical parts as well as to avoid electrocution.

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Тема «Технология и алгоритм поиска работы».

Преподаватель Климова Ирина Владимировна.

Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.

  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.

  • Развитие навыков аудирования и устной речи.

Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом.

Ход урока.

  1. Организационный момент и повторение темы предыдущего урока.

Safety Precautions

A few warnings and reminders before you start disassembling your computer tower (системный блок вертикального расположения) to keep both your unit and yourself safe.

1. Fully shut down and unplug the computer before you make any attempts to disassemble the tower.

2. Take off any metal objects on your arms or fingers such as bracelets, rings or watches. Even if your unit is unplugged, there may still be some remaining electric charge.

3. Make sure your hands are completely dry to avoid damaging any mechanical parts as well as to avoid electrocution.

4. Work in a cool area to avoid perspiration (запотевание) for the same reason as seen in the previous number.

5. Before touching any part within the tower, put your hands against another metal surface (such as the computer casing) to remove static charge, which may damage sensitive devices.

6. Prepare a place to keep any screws (винт) you may remove. A container or piece of paper with labels for each part (casing, motherboard, CD drive, etc) is ideal to avoid confusion between the similar-looking screws.

7. Handle all parts with care. Place each piece you remove carefully down onto a stable surface.

8. If a component does not come out easily, do not forcefully remove it. Instead, check that you are removing it correctly and that no wires or other parts are in the way.

9. Be careful when holding the motherboard, it’s underside (изнанка) actually quite pointy (довольно острые) and able to hurt you.

10. Never attempt to remove the power source, a box attached to the side or bottom of the unit to which all cables are connected.

11. When removing any cables, wires or ribbons, make sure to grasp the wire at the base to keep it from breaking.

12. Be careful not to drop any small parts (particularly screws) into unreachable areas such as into the computer fan (вентилятор компьютера) or disk drive (дисковод).

13. Take note that the three of the most damaging things to a computer are moisture (sweat, drinking water), shock (electric or from being dropped) and dust (any debris (обломки) from household dust to bits of food).

II.Работа с темой урока.

1 Чтение и перевод текста Different Ways to Find a New Job

Company Websites

Create a list of employers that you'd like to work for and visit their websites often. If you're really set on working for a specific company it may take some time to find just the opportunity that fits your skill set. It is one of the most popular ways of job search nowadays, First of all, there are websites for job search such as:







Special alumni portals:



Field portals with the section: "Recruitment":




Periodical web-sites:

www.vacansia.ru ("Vacansia"),

www.rabota.ru ("Rabota dlya vas"),

www.professia.info ("Professiya"),

www.profjob.ru ("Delovoy Peterburg")

Web-sites of different companies

Job search through the Internet is the most popular way of looking for the job which can be efficient, but you should not forget that many employers do not publish their vacancies in open access and often close their vacancies by the following ways :

2 Networking

Family, friends and former co-workers are valuable sources of job information and can even recommend you to their own bosses. Since you already know these people, this is one of the easiest ways to find work. Attend professional networking events, such as industry trade shows, as often as possible to expand your networking reach. Create simple business cards printed displaying your contact details, profession and key skills to hand out with your resume. Memorize a 20-second elevator pitch so you’re always ready with an engaging summary of your career highlights. Let people know you’re available and motivated, but avoid looking desperate. If someone says he’s not hiring, ask if he knows anyone who might be.

Networking can be done both in person and online. You can join professional associations, attend events for graduates of your school, or aim to connect with professionals who work in your field. Various online tools also exist, such as LinkedIn, which allow you to network with other professionals and learn about possible job openings. You may also be able to meet other professionals through social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter. Social communities (where you can develop your network of contacts and find some offers.): www.vkontakte.ru, www.moikrug.ru

3 Head Hunters and Recruitment Agencies

If you're looking for some professional help in your job search, head hunters and recruitment agencies can definitely lend a hand (though in some cases it may come at a price). There are a number of organizations that hire through recruitment agencies because it helps to streamline упрощать the lengthy process of locating and interviewing candidates. Head hunters look for individuals to fill a specific vacancy within an organization or find a position for a job seeker who has hired their services. Keep in mind that many high schools, colleges and universities have job placement services that can help new graduates to develop their resumes and assist both current students and alumni with their job searches. Job search through recruiting agencies can be a good chance for you. Besides, many companies completely outsource recruitment to the agencies. It means a good start for you.

4 Temping or Internships Sometimes temporary employment can lead to permanent positions. If you're without work, finding a temporary position with a great company is a great way to get a permanent job , or provide yourself with useful business contacts for the future. Many recruitment agencies can assist with locating temporary or casual positions and contract work. Internships are a great choice for students who are just graduating from college and many schools' job placement services can connect students with opportunities. Research companies in your field to find out which ones offer internships, either paid or unpaid. Think of it as your audition for a job that may not even be available yet. While you're interning, put forth your best effort to show exactly what you have to offer the company.

5 Job Boards and Career Websites Job boards were traditionally just that – boards posting vacancies and employment opportunities. Though some of these boards may still exist in a literal sense, many job boards have moved toward a virtual format. Often federal or state governments will provide job boards and job banks that job seekers can access. You can also use job search engines on the internet or the vast number of career-related websites that post job openings, such as Monster.com or CareerBuilder.com. These websites function in a similar way to the traditional want-ads, however, they have a much quicker turnaround time and allow you to search a much larger number of jobs over a large area.

6 Job Fairs As a rule, these are events with a large number of participants, where you can get acquainted with employer's and recruitment agencies' representatives, fill up an application form, get information about positions available. There is a large number of vacancies in different business sectors on these fairs: i.e. industrial, trade, administrative, initial and middle management, etc.

7 Creative or Outlandish Tactics In a competitive job market, some job seekers have moved toward more creative methods for drawing attention to themselves. Billboards, chain letters with a copy of your resume attached, are just some of the methods individuals have used to get noticed by potential employers. Though these methods can actually work, be cautious. You may get the attention of recruiters, but you may also be sending the wrong message. If you're going to resort to creative techniques, be sure that it's appropriate for the industry in which you're attempting to find employment.

8 Direct request to a company. Some large companies such as Ernst&Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Procter&Gamble, etc. have their own alumni recruitment programs and are interested in young talented people engagement. Visit web-sites of the largest and most well-known companies in your business sector and look for the section : "For alumni and students" or "Career". There you'll find information about starting positions and career opportunities in a company and how to pass an interview, a test, etc.

This option is a good start to move up your career ladder. Firstly, it's a rewarding experience, secondly - an experience of working in a well-known company will enrich your CV.

9 Employment centers and trade-union committees in your college. How can it help you? There you'll find out information about vacancies in the companies your college works with, and get information about coming career fairs and seminars. These meetings are very helpful because you'll know more about current situation on the labor market, about how to find a job and get professional answers on your questions.

10 Newspapers and Professional Journals Newspapers top the list of traditional job-search methods. Even though many companies post online, you can still find job ads in newspapers. You may still find the ads in the print versions of these publications, but looking on the websites of the publications is usually a faster and more up-to-date way to search.

11 Door-to-Door Job Hunting

This traditional job-hunting technique may still work, especially with smaller companies. Essentially, you stop into businesses you want to work for to introduce yourself and see if they have any job openings. Get the names of hiring managers beforehand so you can ask for them in person. Take plenty of resumes and other relevant documents to drop off at prospective employers. You might only get rejections on the day you visit companies, but even one call-back a month later makes the effort worthwhile.

A slight variation on this method is cold calling. Instead of physically going to the location, you can place a call to companies you hope might hire you. Just like door-to-door job hunting, cold calling may end up with lots of rejection, but one yes is all you need.

12 Cold Calling If you don't see any job listings posted for a company you're particularly interested in, you might consider making a cold call. You can use the telephone or email to contact individuals within an organization by finding their contact details on the company website or by inquiring with a receptionist. Contact individuals directly to find out if they foresee any upcoming vacancies, and be sure to attach a copy of your resume to any emails you send. You can also ask for information about types of jobs, or what kind of skills or qualities the organization looks for in a candidate. Keep in mind that this kind of contact may not always be well received, but there is always a chance it'll give you the inside track on upcoming vacancies.

13 Speculative Emails Mailing letters to potential employers is an older way to look for potential openings that haven't been posted yet. Draw up a list of companies you would like to work for, and research them to find the person who should receive your email. Let him know you are interested in a position with the company, list your experience and qualifications, and tell him you look forward to talking with him soon. Follow up with a brief phone call to the hiring manager to ensure he received your email and talk more about your interest in the company.

14 Advertise Yourself Get the employers to come to you rather than the other way around. You can advertise free on some classified ad websites under "Work Wanted." Another option is to create a professional website for yourself where you can post your resume or relevant experience and other information about yourself. This can be particularly effective for creative careers, such as writing, graphic design or web development because you can create a portfolio of your work on the website.

15 Volunteering in Your Industry Voluntary work that’s relevant to your career will give you fresh experience, a recent reference and new networking contacts. Being in a work environment, whether paid or unpaid, shows potential employers that you are hardworking, energetic, dedicated and not content to sit idly around while unemployed. Volunteering also structures your time and maintains essential skills. It helps you feel energized, valued and motivated.

16 Through acquaintances. Many companies look for the personnel "through acquaintances". Tell your friends who work in the area you're interested in about your intentions - and it's quite possible you'll find something. Still, this way of job search has disadvantages. First of all, you won't get many offers (if only you don' t care where to work) so you might not get a really interesting offer. Secondly, this method is more efficient if used by professionals with wide network connections. Thirdly, big (especially multinational ) companies commonly avoid recruiting people who were found "through friends". Conclusion: this method has substantial risk.

The Bottom Line

In the modern job market, finding the very best job opportunities often requires a combination of methods. Always keep in mind that there are a variety of methods available for finding job opportunities, all with their own strengths and weaknesses, so don't be shy to experiment with a variety of techniques.

2.Переведите схему на английский язык (перечертить в тетради)

Дополнительно при наличии времени


1. Listen to the people talking about their jobs match the speakers 1-4 with photos A-D.

2. Do they still do this job now or did they do it in the past?

3. What do they say about their job?

4. Listen again. Write the number of speaker 1-4 next to each expression

dealing with people//solving problems //listening to people//organizing//persuading people//languages//delegating//prioritizing//making decisions work accurately// work irregular hours// work under pressure// speak more than one language// work quickly// type fast// give good presentations// remember a lot of information// drive well// use a range of computer software

Prepare to describe your job you would like to do in the future.

What is the job? Where do you work? Main tasks//abilities// requirements. Good and bad things about the job.


My job is radio engineer. I work in a big international company specializing in producing and selling computer software. My job includes the following tasks: dealing with people, setting up, maintaining and using a range of computer hardware and software.

I have to be able to speak a few foreign languages, be good at solving problems and working in a team.

My job requires working accurately, and quickly,

What I like about my job is that I have to travel a lot and to learn a lot of new information.

What I dislike about my job is that I have to work irregular hours and to work under pressure.

Speaker 1

Air hostess: You have to be good at dealing with people. Some people get nervous about the flying, or they feel ill. Or sometimes there are arguments between passengers, so you need to listen to people and solve these types of problems. Also, sometimes you have to persuade people to do things they don’t want to do, like sit in a different seat. I suppose it’s useful to speak more than one language. And of course, you have to like travelling!

I travel thousands of kilometers every week.

Speaker 2

Office manager: I found that you needed to prioritise. There were so many things to do-you had to say,” This is important. I’ll do this first”. And then you had to delegate, find other people to do some of the jobs. We worked under a lot of pressure, and we worked a lot of irregular hours too. Sometimes we could not go home until midnight. That was fairly common. Other things: well it was useful to be able to type fast. And we used a whole range of computer software.

Speaker 3

Medical scientist: You had to work accurately. And also you had to be very good with figures. You couldn’t make mistakes. It was different when I was doing the job, but these days you use a lot of computer software. In fact most of the work is done by computer. And this helps with solving problems, because often you don’t get the result you are looking for, and you don’t know why.

Speaker 4

Bus driver: You need to be able to drive obviously, and also to be patient. That’s the most important thing. What else? Well, we sometimes get stuck in traffic jams. You know, it’s a hot day and you are in the middle of the city, and you’re stuck there for an hour. Well, they get angry. Other drivers. Passengers. So we have to deal with these people. And then sometimes we work irregular hours- at nights or early in the morning. That’s a bit of a pain in the neck but you know someone’s got to do it.

Работа с текстом.

Read and translate the story.

A man is flying in a hot air balloon and realized he was lost. He srarted to come down until he could see a man on the ground who might hear him. He shouted : “Excuse me, can you help me? I promised my friend I would meet him half an hour ago, but I don’t know where I am, or where I am going.”

The man below responded: “Yes. You are in a hot air balloon, hovering парящий approximately приблизительно 30 feet above this field. You are between 40 and 42 degrees North latitude широта , and between 58 and 60 degrees West longitude долгота .”

“You must be an engineer” responded the balloonist.

“I am” replied the man. “How did you know?”

“Well” said the balloonist, “everything you have told me is technically correct, but I have no idea what to do with this information, and the fact is I am still lost.”

The man below said “You must be a manager.”

“I am” replied the balloonist, “but how did you know?”

“Well”, said the man, “you don’t know where you are, or where you are going. You have made a promise which you have no idea how to keep, and you expect me to solve your problem. The fact is you are in the exact same position you were in before we met, but now it is somehow my fault вина.”

Ask 5-7 questions on the story.

Represent the dialogue between the engineer and the manager.

III. Подведение итогов урока и задание на дом.

Какие вопросы задают на рабочем интервью (Тема следующего урока).

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Предмет: Английский язык

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Конспект урока английского языка " Технология и алгоритм поиска работы"

Автор: Климова Ирина Владимировна

Дата: 06.02.2019

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