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FINDING THE RIGHT JOB

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Peer Evaluation
4)


¿Dónde se graduó? ....................................
¿Cuánto tiempo ha trabajado con ellos? ....................................
¿Cuál es su experiencia? ....................................
¿Cuál es su puesto actual? ....................................
¿Cuáles son sus pretensiones? ....................................
¿Cuáles considera que son sus fortalezas y debilidades?....................................
¿Quisiera hacer alguna pregunta? ....................................
postulante ....................................
postularse para ....................................
página de empleos ....................................
carrera ....................................
empleador ....................................
experiencia ....................................
entrevista - entrevistar ....................................
entrevistador ....................................
puesto de trabajo ....................................
solicitud de empleo ....................................
capacidad de organización ....................................
trabajo en equipo....................................
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Brainstorming
Step 1: Written CV
Step 2: Video CV
Step 3: A job interview
Did you decide the kind of job to apply?
Make your Video CV!
Why a Video CV?
you can record until you like it
you can be creative and original
you can show your personality
show yourself different and unique
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vi4OrNsPzxs...
add pictures or videos as you like
show you are up-to-date with new technologies
share your video CV through Social Networks
embed your video CV in your personal webpage or blog
skills / personality you need
According to the job...
clothes you will wear (formal/informal/ colours...)
the style of your CV (formality)
These are also important:
good light
good sound
clear voice
organised info
You can use...
Body Language is a form
of non/verbal communication,
which consists of body posture,
gestures, facial expressions and
eye movements.
Programmes to edit videos:
Body Language
Body language shows what is really genuine.
There are so many lie catchers out there.

Watch out, body language can betray us.

Your face says it all.
Mailvu
http://www.carreerfitter.com
please visit www.careerfitter.com
and do your free career test
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Profile Analysis
Continue in a relaxed state of mind. Answer all 60 questions honestly as they pertain to you in an optimal work environment. There is no wrong answer. If you are 50/50 on a question - choose the answer that describes you most of the time in a fulfilling work environment.

The results are based on decades of research involving hundreds of thousands of people. It's not magic. It's scientific..


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1. At work are you more naturally inclined to focus on the
here and now
future possibilities


2. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
extroverted
private


3. With unfamiliar colleagues are you more prone to
strike-up a conversation
mind your own business


4. In a meeting are you more apt to
speak up
"hold your tongue" and listen


5. In general, would you describe yourself as more
questioning
appreciative


6. During conversations with associates do you have more of a tendency to
speak and then reflect
reflect and then speak


7. In general, do you have more of a tendency to be
straightforward and up-front
reflective and introspective


8. In general, are you more likely to
seek justice
give "the benefit of the doubt"


9. In general, do you have a tendency to see yourself as more
practical
conceptual


10. In normal working conditions are you more drawn to
what you can see and touch
what you can envision and invent


11. In general, would you more likely compliment someone for their
insight
compassion


12. In general do you consider yourself more
outgoing
reserved


13. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
down-to-earth
imaginative


14. Do you tend to think and speak in terms of
specifics
generalities


15. Ideally, are you more drawn to a job that is
scrutinizing and examining
compassionate and empathetic


16. Is there more gratification in
discussing a matter
resolving a matter


17. Are you a person that is more inclined to
be in control
be adaptable


18. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
structured
flexible


19. Are you more content with your day when
you make specific plans
you mostly allow it to unfold


20. In a group of new co-workers are you initially inclined to
jump in and get involved
observe and keep to yourself


21. Are you more impressed by someone that is
logical
sympathetic


22. In the workplace, do you feel deadlines are
always absolute
sometimes necessary


23. Do you welcome work that
is more firmly grounded in today
deals more with potential opportunities


24. What is more enjoyable for you
completing a project
creating a project


25. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
outspoken
more quiet


26. Do you tend to be more persuaded by
facts and data
sincerity and enthusiasm


27. Do you generally prefer making day to day decisions
with planned consideration
when they arise


28. Would you say you are more drawn to work that is
concrete
theoretical


29. In general, when meeting with others are you more likely to
form conclusions about them
gather information about them


30. During deliberations are you more content with
the last word
room for discussion


31. In general, do you view life as more
black and white
gray


32. What is more satisfying at work
organizing
going with the flow


33. During a disagreement, do you tend to
stand your ground
look for a compromise


34. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
analytical
sentimental


35. In general, do you consider the notions of a "dreamer" to be
a waste of time and energy unless there is a practical purpose
inspirational and enlightening


36. In general do you tend to be more
serious and disciplined
easy-going and free-spirited


37. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
deliberate
adaptive


38. When conducting business, are you more comfortable with a
formal contract
handshake


39. Which seems to be more natural and satisfying
frequent socializing and interaction with others
frequent periods of quiet and concentration by yourself


40. Do you find making new personal contacts to be
invigorating
somewhat awkward or draining


41. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
literal
abstract


42. In general, do you find you are more
objective
caring


43. Please choose the word that describes you most of the time
thinking
feeling


44. Do you make decisions more by
reasoning with your head
reasoning with your heart


45. In general, which is worse
being too skeptical and critical
being too objective and accepting


46. In your daily work routine do you find more comfort in
sticking to somewhat similar tasks and routines
regularly doing something very different


47. Are you more drawn to work that deals with
realities
possibilities


48. Do you view yourself more
animated and spirited
composed and contained


49. Are you more likely to conduct a meeting that is
planned
impromptu


50. In general, do you read directions
one step at a time
if needed


51. Do others generally consider you to be more
outgoing
reserved


52. At work are you more comfortable with plans that are
confirmed
tentative


53. Do you consider yourself a person that likes to focus on
what is
what could be


54. When faced with a challenge at work, do you rely on
experience to get you through it
instinct to get you through it


55. In general, would you say others
get to know you rather easily
get to know you with time and trust


56. Would you rather work in a manner that is
scheduled
spontaneous


57. At a business function with many strangers, would you most likely
mingle with many, including newcomers
mingle with few, mostly familiar to you


58. In general, are you more
strong-willed
soft-hearted


59. In general, is it a greater fault to
lack reason
lack emotion


60. In general, do you have the tendency to want to
take action first, then discuss and ask questions
discuss and ask questions, then take action



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http://careerfitter.com/free_test/careerbuilder/test.asp
Your CV must have several parts:
- Personal Data
- Educational Background
- Work Experience
- Languages
- References
Write a Monologue of what you will say.
Let your teacher correct it first.
1)
2)
jobs, engineering jobs, finance jobs, accounting jobs, marketing jobs, entertainment jobs and sales jobs.

Accounting / Finance / Insurance
Administrative / Clerical
Banking / Real Estate / Mortgage Professionals
Biotech / R&D / Science
Building Construction / Skilled Trades
Business / Strategic Management
Creative / Design
Customer Support / Client Care
Editorial / Writing
Education / Training
Engineering
Food Services / Hospitality
Human Resources
IT / Software Development
Installation / Maintenance / Repair
Legal
Logistics / Transportation
Manufacturing / Production / Operations
Marketing / Product
Medical / Health
Other
Project / Program Management
Quality Assurance / Safety
Sales / Retail / Business Development
Security / Protective Services
Lee el texto siguiente y contesta las preguntas
Windows Movie Maker
How to work with Windows Media Maker
Body Language Gestures by Body Part

4.
People who cross their arms
a)
closing themselves off
from any
social interaction
. b) cross arms out of
habit,
when they are cold. or
don’t know what to do
with their arms,
but others
are
uncomfortable
in their current situation. c)
crossed arms
while their
feet are more than shoulder

width apart
,
representative of an authority figure
. d)
Arms behind one's head or neck
, is a
laid back person
or
agreeing with what is being said
.
Powerpoint
mal ejemplo
buen ejemplo
buen ejemplo
mal ejemplo
Check your pronunciation
3)
Record!
En una entrevista de trabajo
Traduce las palabras y expresiones siguientes:
http://www.naturalreaders.com/index.htm
Preguntas:
Consider your preferences and the fastest growing jobs to the statistics.....then choose your professional path
Start recording!


Tienes una entrevista para trabajar en la consejería de un hotel:
1. ¿Qué piensas ponerte?
...................................................................................................................
2. ¿ Cómo describirías tus experiencias de trabajo?
...................................................................................................................
3. ¿Cómo describirías a tus compañeros de trabajo?
...................................................................................................................
4. Describe brevemente tus estudios y tu formación destacando lo que te parece más interesante para el trabajo que estás solicitando.
...................................................................................................................
5. Cuenta una anécdota sobre alguna experiencia de trabajo
...................................................................................................................
Video Resume

Tips

Ahora mira las situaciones siguientes
En pareja con uno de tus companeros inventa y representa un dialogo para la siguiente situacion: Estas en el despacho del director de un hotel. Y tienes que presentarte y realizar una entrevista con el para un puesto de recepcionista.
Tarea
Smile, Sit up and be Enthusiastic
Keep it Short and Sweet
No Distractions in the background
Look directly at the camera
Speak clearly and slowly
Be Yourself
Make a script
Which skills for jobs?
Center yourself in the camera
Brainstorming
Be Professional
Why not study further?
...Vocational Training
...and/ or look for a job!
or ... University studies
Before recording...
think of...
Top 20 Interview Questions


1.What were your responsibilities? - Best Answers
2.What did you like or dislike about your previous job? - Best Answers
3.What were your starting and final levels of compensation? - Best Answers
4.What major challenges and problems did you face? How did you handle them? - Best Answers
5.What is your greatest strength? - Best Answers
6.What is your greatest weakness? - Best Answers
7.How do you handle stress and pressure? - Best Answers
8.Describe a difficult work situation / project and how you overcame it. - Best Answers
9.What was the biggest accomplishment / failure in this position? - Best Answers
10.How do you evaluate success? - Best Answers
11.Why are you leaving or have left your job? - Best Answers
12.Why do you want this job? - Best Answers
13.Why should we hire you? - Best Answers
14.What are your goals for the future? - Best Answers
15.What are your salary requirements? - Best Answers
16.Tell me about yourself. - Best Answers
17.Who was your best boss and who was the worst? - Best Answers
18.What are you passionate about? - Best Answers
19.Questions about your supervisors and co-workers. - Best Answers
20.Questions about your career goals. - Best Answers
http://www.techsmith.com/jing.com
If you are called for an interview, prepare yourself......!
Jing
Finished?
Share your video:
wikispaces
http://lauraslearnenglish.wikispaces.com/Video+Resume
5)
6)
7)
google docs
classroom blog
Teacher Evaluation
one
three
two
Auto-evaluation
How to dress for an interview
http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interview-attire/ss/interview-outfits-for-men.htm
Men
Women
http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interview-attire/ss/interview-outfits-for-men.htm
EVALUATION
1)
What is your personality?
2)
What then?
What is the best career for you?
FINDING THE RIGHT JOB
PLEASE REMIND:Interview Thank You Letters
Writing a thank you letter, or thank you email, after an employment interview is a must. In fact, some employers think less of those interviewees who fail to follow-up promptly.
PHONE INTERVIEWS
http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewsnetworking/u/jobinterviews.htm
Entrénate para una entrevista de trabajo
Comunicación no verbal
• Siéntate de manera formal, evitando una posición de descanso pero sin mostrarte rígido.
• No invadas el espacio personal de tu entrevistador, ni dejes tu móvil en su escritorio.
• Tu mirada es importantísima. Mira directamente a los ojos de tu interlocutor.
• Ni se te ocurra mirar tu reloj. Podría pensar que te aburres en la entrevista.
• Sé positivo en todo momento. Siéntete seguro, evita mostrar tu ansiedad.
• No cruces nunca los brazos durante la charla, señal inequívoca de actitud defensiva.
• Evita juguetear con unas llaves, tocarte continuamente la frente y el pelo.

Presentación
• ¿Cómo vas vestido?: Aspecto cuidado y correctamente vestido, pero sin llamar excesivamente la atención. Olvídate de la ropa, los perfumes y los maquillajes demasiado llamativos pero ten también cuidado con un pelo descuidado o unos zapatos sucios.
Debes vestirte de acuerdo con el tipo de empresa a la que acudes a hacer la entrevista.
• Puntualidad: No llegues nunca tarde
• Saludo: Camina decidido y saluda sonriendo a tu interlocutor con una mano firme a la vez que le miras a los ojos y espera a que te invite a sentarte.
• Lo que nunca debes hacer: Naturalmente no fumes ni masques chicle y ten tu móvil apagado. Debes demostrar que toda tu atención está centrada en la conversación que vais a tener.
Tras la presentación, lo habitual es que tu entrevistador te haga algunas preguntas personales. Sé sincero y positivo, resalta tus puntos fuertes y no trates de justificar en exceso los débiles.
Formación
Cuando te pregunten sobre tu formación, sé sincero y destaca siempre aquellas áreas que se adapten más al puesto de trabajo al que optas, mostrando siempre interés por continuar tu formación.

Experiencia laboral
• En esta parte de la entrevista, te preguntarán por tu experiencia profesional, objetivos y planes laborales.
• Sé sincero y no hables mal de compañeros o jefes anteriores, destaca los logros obtenidos y tus aportaciones a los proyectos.
• A las preguntas sobre errores o críticas responde con sinceridad, todos cometemos errores, tratar de ocultarlo no te favorece; cuéntalas siempre desde un punto de vista positivo y sacando conclusiones positivas de lo sucedido.
Puesto de trabajo
• Cuando tu entrevistador te pregunte sobre tus expectativas respecto al puesto de trabajo al que optas, responde con seguridad.
• Demuestra que has recogido información sobre la empresa y muestra tu interés por formar parte del proyecto, sé sincero en cuanto a tus expectativas, pero también realista.
• Es conveniente que hagas alguna pregunta cuando te den la oportunidad, sobre el puesto de trabajo, si te hubiera quedado alguna duda.

Despedida
Aprovecha la despedida para cerrar el próximo contacto y muéstrate optimista a esperar buenas noticias.
Homework: Record yourself in Voicethread answering these answers
http://myvetenglish.blogspot.ie/
Distance. The more distance the less
they care about you. Person standing in
same position you are shows interest in you.
Change position often and see if they are
mirroring you

3)
4)
http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae/templates-instructions
Write your CV in the target language

2.
Head movements.
a) tilted head is either a sign of sympathy or, if smiling, flirtation.

b) lowered head most likely to indicate they are hiding something or they may be shy or timid; in some other cultures it may indicate respect.

c) cocked head either confused or challenging you.

This will depend upon the various body language gestures such as the movements of the eye, eyebrow and mouth.


3.
Eye Contact for body language cues
.
a) Look to the side, they are nervous, distracted by something or lying.
b) Glancing down at the floor they are shy and meek.

c) Looking into a person’s eyes, check out their pupils.
If they are dilated, the person is interested in you and what you are talking about.

In some cultures, is a sign of disrespect to look someone directly in the eyes.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/5pn3vquy1ghbprl/CIMG3419.AVI
https://www.dropbox.com/s/zxmtiuzcjqb3o0e/CIMG3420.AVI
https://www.dropbox.com/sm/create/CIMG3424.AVI
Luisa
Ana María
Laura
Valeria
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