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The job interview guide IA2W4D4

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Job Interview Guide
Warm Up
Pair up and answer the question below. Then share your answer with the class
Interview a famous person
More about describing your profile
I’m self-motivated
– this phrase is kind of overused, but if you really mean it, it says a lot about you as a worker. It means you don’t have to be constantly supervised and you’re mature enough to take on responsibility!
3.List 3-5 accomplishments that would be of interest to the person interviewing me:
Example:
One of my accomplishments is when I graduated from High school , I felt pretty happy because I was in the top ten.
Another one is when in my last job they gave a me a diploma for being the best employee of the month.
Another one is when I got my driver's license because I was tired of public transportation.

Kinds of Interviews questions
Traditional
Example:
Tell me about yourself
What superhero would you like to be?
What did you do on your last vacation?
How do you see yourself in 5 years?
How do you create a facebook account?
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Behavior based
In this type of questions you will have to tell a story from the past to prove your behavior
Describe a time in which you were under pressure and you handled it
Give me an example of a specific situation when you had to solve a problem and how you solved it .
Describe a situation when you showed you were responsible.
Examples:

In the interview, your response needs to be specific and detailed. Tell about a particular situation that relates to the question, not a general one. Tell briefly about the situation, the task at hand, what you did specifically, and the positive result or outcome.
The interviewee tells a story for a few minutes; typically the interviewer will pick apart the story to try to get at the specific behavior(s). The interviewer can probe further for more depth or detail such as “What were you thinking at the point?” or “Tell me more about your meeting with that person,” or “Lead me through your decision process.”
Always listen carefully to the question, ask for clarification if necessary, and make sure you answer the question completely.
Your interview preparation should include identifying examples of situations where you have demonstrated the behaviors desired by a given company/organization/agency.
Prepare success stories. The stories should represent your skills, qualities, and characteristics. Always give examples of your strengths and successes.
Your resume will serve as a good guide when answering these questions. Refresh your memory regarding your achievements in the past couple of years. Demonstration of the desired behaviors may be given in many ways. Use examples from past internships, classes,activities, team involvement, community service, and work experience. In addition, you may use examples of which you may be especially proud of, such as: winning a marathon race, exhibiting paintings in an art show, running for student government, etc.

Important Points: Behavior Based Interviewing
By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
Mental Training
Practice your mental training with your coach and repeat with confidence
Watch video #4
Repeat with confidence:
1. I learn from my mistakes

2. I am super good at English

3. I have excellent grammar
Fluency Diet REVIEW
Pair up and answer the questions below. Then, your coach will select some students to go to the front
What do you do on your free time?

Tell me how to create a Facebook account.

What does customer service mean to you?
30 seconds non-stop
Grammar Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention
Introduce yourself effectively to the recruiter.
Handle difficult questions in an interview.
Know what are the do's and dont's in a job interview. (body language)

Describe your personality and explain how it would be useful in a job.

What skills do you have and explain why they are needed in a job?
WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT YOUR PROFESSION?
DO YOU THINK THE PUBLIC AND CRITICS EXPECT TOO MUCH FROM YOU?
ARE YOU COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR JOB?
WHAT'S THE MAGIC FORMULA FOR SUCCESS?
One student will come to the front pretending to be one of the following famous people
Random exposition
Your coach will select some students randomly and they will go to the front and answer the questions below.
How do you handle stress and pressure?
What motivates you?
What has been the greatest disappointment in your life?
Recap
Your coach will select 1 or 2 students to go to the front and they will do a recap


Describe in your own words what you did since you walked into E4CC until now
Sell something
Your coach will select one of the items below and you will sell it to your class. Example: Tablet, cellphone, Ipod.
Reading ed
I have a friend who recently discuss
ed
his new job duties. He mention
ed
that he had just negotiat
ed
a salary increase with his boss, but he was assign
ed
to a new team. He start
ed
the new position two weeks ago, and he has already solv
ed
many problems, conduct
ed
meetings, help
ed
his coworkers and train
ed
new hires. He has handl
ed
all the situations very well.
Your coach will select someone to read the following paragraph, focus on the ed endings pronunciation
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