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Deltion College Engels C1 Schrijven [Edu/001] thema: dress in the workplace can-do : kan een goedlopende, beeldende tekst schrijven
SBU: 2 10 minuten inlezen 20 minuten maken idioomopgaven 90 minuten schrijven essay Eindprodukt: a. antwoorden idioom b. essay Nodig: woordenboek
Je hebt deze opdracht naar behoren uitgevoerd als je essay slechts kleine foutjes bevat met betrekking tot het gebruikte vocabulaire. De toepassing van de grammaticale regels gebeurt op hoog niveau, fouten komen nauwelijks voor. De spelling is accuraat.
Situation As you are thinking of a career in a profession with a standard dress code, you decide to listen to a talk on the radio on the subject of ‘dress in the workplace’. You made the notes below while listening to this talk. Dress in the Workplace Historical perspective (global) -Have attitudes changed? -Where? To what extent? A company/professional code (personal view) -Is it desirable? In which jobs? -Why? Why not? Uniforms (local/home country) -Are they necessary? -For whom? Where?
Assignment for 1 student no teamwork no roleplay Tip: lees eerst de hints en doe de idioom oefening rondom het thema ‘work’
Your essay should have between 300 – 350 words. Decide first if you are in favour or against uniforms. Then jot down ideas and key words to support your point of view. Next write an essay scheme (your ‘notes’ from the radio talk come in useful here!) Make sure you think in paragraphs! Remember: the final paragraph must follow logically from the preceding paragraphs. When you have written your essay, ask a fellow student to read your work. Revise where necessary. Only hand in the finished product after having checked grammar and spelling.
A game to test you on the words for some jobs and professions. Who would you contact or call on in the situations below? Also see the next page… 1.A filling has come out of one of your back teeth 2.you think your eyes need testing 3.you find you have an in growing toe-nail 4.your back hurts and your doctor can’t help 5. your fringe is getting a bit too long 6.You want a portrait photograph of yourself 7.You have decided to sue somebody 8.You fancy a holiday in the sun 9.You want advice on investment or insurance 10.Your grand piano isn’t sounding quite right 11.You want to find a 400-year-old grandfather clock 12.You are planning a church wedding 13.Your car won’t start 14.You want to place a bet on the 3.45 race at Ascot 15.Someone in the family has just died 16.You want to learn to drive 17.You want to buy a pedigree Alsatian 18.You have decided to sell your house 19.You want plans drawn up for a new house 20.You want to go ahead and have the new house built 21.You are moving house and have a furniture problem 22.You have lots of old iron you want to get rid of 23.You want new windows put into the house 24.Your new fridge is leaking 25.You like the idea of new wallpaper throughout the house 26.Water is gushing from your kitchen taps even when turned off 27.All the lights in your house have fused 28.You think your neighbours just might be neglecting their little child 29.Your house is on fire 30.You think you are going crazy
In this list you find the names of the professions: Be careful, they are not in the right order! Make notes of professions you had forgotten. A chiropodist A broker A dentist (dental surgeon) A vicar (priest) A hairdresser (hair stylist) A bookmaker An architect An osteopath A driving instructor A solicitor A barrister A (dog) breeder A (garage) mechanic A photographer A piano tuner A chiropractor An optician A masseur (masseuse) A building contractor (builder) An antique dealer A travel agent A scrap metal dealer (merchant) A physiotherapist An undertaker (funeral director) An electrician An estate agent A maintenance engineer A glazier (and a carpenter) The fire brigade (firemen) A psychiatrist A social worker A removal firm A plumber An interior decorator