POLI2_02

POLI2_02


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LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II
Aula 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and other situations
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Conteúdo Programático desta aula
Iniciar e manter uma conversa em uma entrevista de emprego 
Falar sobre experiências profissionais 
Investigar a importância do stress e da entonação para o sucesso do processo interlocutório.
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
INTERACTING
MEETING PEOPLE
JOB INTERVIEW
LANGUAGE + MANIPULATION = ADEQUACY
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
MEETING SOMEONE NEW 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
FRIENDLY QUESTIONS 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
DIALOGUE SITUATION: INTRODUCING YOURSELF
In this conversation, Thinh will introduce himself and his wife to Jim, their new neighbor. 
Thinh: Hello. 
Jim: Oh, hi there! 
Thinh: Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Thinh Nguyen and this is my wife, Lan Quong. 
Jim: Pleased to meet you. My name is Jim Peters. Did you just move in next door? 
Lan: Yes, we did. Have you lived here long? 
Jim: Me? I guess so. I've lived here for about 6 years now. Have you lived in America very long? 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Thinh: No. Not really. When we left Vietnam and came to America we lived with a cousin in Dallas for 2 years. Where do you work, Jim? 
Jim: I teach mathematics at Willow Springs community college. What do you do? 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Thinh: I am a mechanic at Allied Diesel. I repair truck engines. 
Jim: What about you, Lan? 
Lan: I am a nurse's assistant at Whitfield County hospital. 
Jim: Well, Thinh and Lan, it was good to meet you. I have to go now. I'm teaching a class this evening and I need to get to the college. 
Thinh: It was good to meet you, too, Jim. 
Lan: Yes, it was good to meet you. 
Jim: See you around! 
Thinh and Lan: Good-bye, Jim!
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
DIALOGUE SITUATION: INTRODUCING SOMEONE
Mr Bean meets Mrs Breuer, one of his students, and her husband in the street. 
Mr Bean:	Good morning, Mrs Breuer.
Mrs Breuer:	Good morning, Mr Bean. How are you?
Mr Bean: 	I'm fine thanks, and you?
Mrs Breuer: 	Not too bad. Mr Bean, this is my husband Michael, Michael this is Mr Bean my English teacher.
Mr Breuer: 	Pleased to meet you.
Mr Bean: 	Pleased to meet you too. Are you from Germany, Mr Breuer? 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Mr Breuer:	Yes, East Germany, from Dresden. And you, are you from London?
Mr Bean: 	No, I'm from Derby, but I live in London now.
Mrs Breuer:	Well, goodbye Mr Bean, it was nice to see you.
Mr Bean:	Yes, goodbye.
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
MAKING CONTACT
Excuse me, you must be \u2026 ./ Excuse me, are you Mrs \u2026 ? - Yes, that\u2019s right.
Hello, you must be Mrs \u2026 . / You are Mr \u2026, aren\u2019t you?/ Excuse me, Have we met? 
Please, call me \u2026 . - Then you must call me \u2026 . / Mind if I join you? 
KEEPING THE CONVERSATION GOING
Do you often travel to Scandinavia? /Have you been here before?
Is this your first visit to Denmark? / How long are you going to stay?
What do you do, by the way? / What line of business are you in?
Do you know many people here? / Can I get you a drink?
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
INDICATING THE END OF THE CONVERSATION
I'm afraid it's time for me to go now. I have a meeting.
I'm afraid I have to leave now. I have a visitor coming. 
I had better be leaving. I have to pick up my wife. 
Well, I should be going now. I have a lot to do. 
I have to get going. I have an appointment. 
Well, I see it's getting late. I'd better go. I have to get up early. 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
SAYING GOODBYE  
Good-bye. Good night. I'll talk to you later. Talk to you later.
Have a nice weekend. Have a nice day. I'll see you later.
See you later. I'll see you. See you. See you soon.
Take care of yourself. Take care.
I must go now. I (really) must be going. I must be off.
I\u2019m afraid I\u2019ve got to go. It\u2019s getting (very/ rather) late.
I\u2019ve enjoyed talking to you. It\u2019s been (most) interesting talking to you.
It\u2019s been a very useful meeting/ nice afternoon.
I look forward to our next meeting. I look forward to seeing you again.
It was nice to meet you. / It was nice meeting you. (first time conversation)
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
It was nice talking to you. / It was really good talking to you. 
I enjoyed talking to you. / I enjoyed our conversation.  
It was nice to see you (again). OR It was nice seeing you (again). 
Thanks for coming./ I'm glad you came. / I enjoyed your visit. (conversations with visitors)
I enjoyed having you here. / I'm sorry you have to go. (conversations with visitors 
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
MEETING PEOPLE IN GENERAL: WHAT IS IMPORTANT?
In a job interview, speakers are inserted in a formal situation. In this case people play parts and try to convince each other according an determined objective. So it is appropriate to say that there are factors and circumstances that interfere with the communication process and that transcend the message itself, but act as complementary elements to the process itself. These are the circumstances and factors that we call extra linguistic. They must be observed by speakers if they want to be successful. In a job interview, for example, speakers are living a kind of an artificial situation, dominated by FORMALITY. When meeting people, on the other hand, you may experiment either in a FORMAL or in an INFORMAL situation. You will certainly have to adjust to these external factors and deal with it
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
Talking about your experience and credentials (qualifications) is the most important part of any job interview. Your qualifications include your education from High School on and any special training you may have done in the past. Your experience is any work that you have done that is directly or indirectly related to the job you are applying for. Education: Remember that your education took place in the past. Therefore you need to use the past tenses, 
IN A JOB INTERVIEW: WHAT IS IMPORTANT?
Tema da Apresentação
AULA 2 \u2013 Interacting : Job Interview and dealing with people 
LÍNGUA INGLESA \u2013 PRÁTICA ORAL II 
DIALOGUE SITUATION: TALKING ABOUT BENEFITS & CONDITIONS IN AN INTERVIEW
Read the following conversation between an interviewer and interviewee about the benefits and conditions of a job in a job interview. Focus on the words/phrases in bold.
Interviewer: