งานนำเสนอเรื่อง: "Unit 9 He Asked If I’d Worked Before M.5 What you will learn and do in this unit. 1. บอกรายละเอียดจากการอ่านบทสนทนา ระหว่างบุคคลที่ถูก สัมภาษณ์กับเพื่อน."— ใบสำเนางานนำเสนอ:
Unit 9 He Asked If I’d Worked Before M.5
What you will learn and do in this unit. 1. บอกรายละเอียดจากการอ่านบทสนทนา ระหว่างบุคคลที่ถูก สัมภาษณ์กับเพื่อน 2. ฟังการสัมภาษณ์และบอกข้อมูลที่ผู้ถูก สัมภาษณ์ให้แก่ผู้สัมภาษณ์ 3. พูดเล่าประสบการณ์เกี่ยวกับงานที่เคย ทำและที่คิดจะทำในอนาคต 4. เขียนบรรยายงานครั้งแรกที่เคยทำ ในช่วงปิดภาคเรียน 5. บอกรายละเอียดข้อความที่อ่านจาก website 6. เขียน résumé ของตนเอง
Job Interview Why are interviews used? Has anybody been interviewed? If yes, share your experiences.
New Language: Listen and repeat (page 62) Work in pairs. A, read aloud the sentence in each bubble. B, read aloud the sentence under each picture. Then take turn.
Work in groups of three (A, B, and C). Instructions: Think of questions people are usually asked while being interviewed. Write down 5-8 questions on a piece of paper. A, you are an interviewer. Ask B each question. B, you are an interviewee. Answer the questions. C, report what A asked.
Conversation (page 62)
T F F T F
She had worked in customer service and had had a job at a bank. Some of the classes had clashed with the work hours. It was related to what she was studying in school. She got along well with her fellow workers. She thought it was her adaptability. Job experience was very important to her.
Sample Questions: What kind of questions are they? What is your nickname? How old are you? Where do you live? Are you hungry? Do you like English?, etc.
Reported Questions: I asked the teacher what her nickname was. I asked the teacher how old she/he was. I asked the teacher where she/he lived. I asked the teacher if she/he was hungry. I asked the teacher if she/he liked English.
Reporting Verbs for reported questions: ask inquire demand want to know or wonder
Grammar: Reported questions (page 64) Study Note: Direct questions Question word + auxiliary verb+ subject + verb? Where are you going?
Reported Questions Subject + asked + question word + subject + (auxiliary verb) + verb My mother asked when I was going.
DQ: How old are you? RQ: He asked how old he was. DQ: Where are you going? RQ: My mother asked where I was going.
DQ: What time does the bank close? RQ: He asked what time the bank closed. DQ: What are you going to do in the future? RQ: She asked what I was going to do in the future.
Reported question with no question words Use ‘if’
Examples: RQ: He asked if I was a student. DQ: Are you a student?
Do you like the neighborhood? She asked if I liked the neighborhood.
Have you seen that movie yet? He asked if I’d seen that movie yet.
Language in Context: B (page 65)
He asked how old he was. He asked where he had gone to college. He asked what he did. He asked when he wanted to get married. He asked where his family was from. He asked how much money he earned. He asked how many children he wanted. He asked when they were going to meet his parents. He asked if he had ever had any problems with the law. He asked how long he had known Gina.
Grammar: (page 64) Reported Commands and Requests:
“Tell” is used to report a command. Note:
“Ask” is used to report a request. Note:
Reported Commands and Requests Subject + verb + object + infinitive with to Jake’s mother told him to clean his room. asked
Don’t throw litter here! not to throw litter in the park. The officer told the boy
Please don’t eat in class. The teacher asked the students not to eat in class.
Language in Context: A (page 64)
Possible answers: 1. Mother told her son to wait for the lights turn green. 2. The air hostess asked the passenger to fasten the seatbelt. 3. The man told his girlfriend to hurry up. 4. The girl asked the boy next to her to turn off the cell phone. 5. The officer told the boy not to walk on the grass. 6. The cleaner asked the man to be careful because the floor is slippery.
Language in Context: C (page 65)
Answers will vary
part-time job Reading (page 66) (website)
About the Reading (page 67) Reading skill: Scan
Part-time and vacation job. Lack of experience. About work experience. To help them pay for college. It can bring useful experience and insights, and provide future employers with evidence of an individual’s skills.
Project: Use Frank’s résumé to prepare your own. Type your résumé in an A 4 paper. Your résumé will be presented in the class. (page 67)
Answer these questions. Where does Frank work at the moment? What languages does he speak? Where did he go to college?