Presentation on theme: "Unit 2 Jobs and Responsibilities. Teaching Objectives After completing this lesson, students should be able to: describe jobs and responsibilities describe."— Presentation transcript:
Teaching Objectives After completing this lesson, students should be able to: describe jobs and responsibilities describe their position and responsibilities in a company describe a companys organization express likes and dislikes about jobs
I. Work in pairs Look at the pictures in the book and label them with job titles. Then classify into four groups the jobs listed in the box below the pictures. departmentsJob titles
departmentsJob titles FinanceChief Accountant PersonnelAssistant manager SalesSalesperson MarketingLawyer Public RelationsOffice Clerk Human ResourcesTrainee Manager ExportDeputy Manager Overseas AccountsBank Teller Research and DevelopmentProgrammer ProductionQuality Control Engineer AdministrationAdministrative Clerk
II. Listening practice and imitating drills(1) Task 1: Translate the Chinese sentences into English first then listen to the dialogue and check your translations.
For your reference Tom: What is your job, Ava? Ava: Im a manager in the Human Resources Department. Tom: Which company do you work for? Ava: I work for the Health Pharmaceutical. Tom: What are your job responsibilities? Ava: Im mainly in charge of recruitment, that is, the selection, training and development of employees.
II. Listening practice and imitating drills(2) Task 2 Listen to another conversation and fill in the blanks
Sentence drills: Im in charge of training employees. I run the Production Department. This includes hiring staff, ensuring that the production meets deadlines and dealing with customer queries. I am responsible to the Marketing Manager.
II. Listening practice and imitating drills(2) - Listen and complete the chart. JobsResponsibilities Vincent Flora Patrick Rachel
Video watching & role play - Video 1: Introducing titles and responsibilities. New words and expressions: rave about speak of the devil budget, data processing
Video 1: Introducing titles and responsibilities. Pre-viewing: Work in groups. What departments make up a real estate company? Viewing: Watch the video and match the name with the corresponding responsibilities. Post-viewing: Work in pairs. What are the responsibilities of the department managers in FAKN? Discuss with your partner and summarize in one sentence. 1) What are their responsibilities? 2) The manager of the Administrative Department 3) The manager of the Neighborhood Service Department. 4) The manager of the Marketing Department. 5) The manager of the Sales Department. 6) The manager of the Research & Development department. 7) The manager of the Engineering Department. 8) The manager of the Contract Budgets Department.
Video 1: Introducing titles and responsibilities. Role Play Try to make a dialogue with your partner. Student A asks questions about the departments and responsibilities and Student B uses the information in the chart to answer. Then change roles to practice again.
Video 1: Introducing titles and responsibilities. Language Focus: 1) Its a regular nine-t-five job. 2) Most of my colleagues are friendly and co-operative. 3) After tax and national insurance, I make 3,000RMB a month. 4) Ive just been promoted to head of Human Resources. 5) He is being groomed for a higher position. 6) She is being fast-tracked. 7) I enjoy my job because it involves a lot of challenges.
Video 1: Follow-up Practice Lisa and mark are former classmates. They met by chance at the Talent Fair. Listen to their conversation and complete the following chart. Previous jobReasons of resignation Lisa Mark
Video 2: Do you like your job? New words and expressions: self-employed promote entrepreneur stock job-hopper
Video 2: Do you like your job? Pre-viewing: Work in pairs. There are many kinds of business organizations and various terms for them. Can you differentiate them? Holding company: Multinational company: Private company: Subsidiary: Limited company: Joint-venture company: Sole-founded enterprise:
Video 2: Do you like your job? Viewing: Watch the video. As you watch, write down the jobs of Jerome, Robin, Colin, Frank and Janet under their pictures. Watch the video again. As you watch, note down each speakers likes and dislikes about their jobs.
Video 2: Do you like your job? Post-viewing Watch the video again. Choose one of the following situations and make a dialogue with your partner. Student A is a cashier of a supermarket, and Student B is a telephone operator of a company. Make a dialogue to talk about their likes and dislikes of their job. Susan and Kevin are friends. They havent seen each other for years. One day, they come across each other on the road and talk about their jobs. Susan is a clerk in an insurance company while Kevin is a Personnel Manager. Imagine what they will say and make a dialogue with your partner.
Further practice To develop the listening ability by drilling the useful sentences repeatedly.