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C.5

You’re Hired!

C.5 You’re Hired! I Need a Job Pairs. Student A, imagine you need a job. Student
C.5 You’re Hired! I Need a Job Pairs. Student A, imagine you need a job. Student
I Need a Job
I Need a Job

Pairs. Student A, imagine you need a job. Student B, imagine you need to hire someone at your restaurant. Use the following conversation as a model.

Rich:

Dave, I’m between jobs right now. Maybe I can help out around here?

Dave: Oh? What can you do? Rich: Anything. Dave: Can you wash dishes?

Rich:

Sure. I can do that.

Dave: Can you wait on tables?

Rich:

Yes, I can do that, too.

Can you wait on tables ? Rich: Yes, I can do that, too. Dave: Mm-hmmm. Can

Dave: Mm-hmmm. Can you work on weekends?

Rich:

I can work anytime!

Dave: All right, Rich. You’re hired. Rich: Great!

Interviews
Interviews

Pairs. Student A, look at this page. Student B, look at page 60. Ask Student B these questions. Ask follow-up questions. Take notes to remember Student B’s answers. (Do not write sentences.)

Notes

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What languages do you speak?

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When do you usually study?

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How are you doing in English class?

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Are you going to study English next year?

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When will you go on vacation?

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Where were you born?

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What did you do last night?

After your interview, tell another student about Student B:

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Maria speaks French. She usually studies in the evening.

“Find Someone Who” Bingo Whole class. Talk to other students in the class. Ask 1
“Find Someone Who” Bingo
“Find Someone Who” Bingo

Whole class. Talk to other students in the class. Ask 1 question each time you talk to someone. You can ask the questions in any order.

Example Student A asks Student B, “Can you swim?” Student B answers, “Yes, I can.” Student A writes Student B’s name on the line in square 1. Student A asks Student C, “Can you drive?” Student C answers, “No, I can’t.” Student A doesn’t write anything in square 5. When you get 4 different names in a row, say “Bingo!”

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Interviews Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, look at page 58. Ask
Interviews
Interviews

Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, look at page 58.

Ask Student A these questions. Ask follow-up questions. Take notes to remember Student As answers. (Do not write sentences.)

Notes

2.

When do you get up in the morning?

4.

What do you do on the weekend?

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What are you going to do tomorrow?

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Will you be in the U.S. next year?

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Were you home yesterday?

12.

What did you do for your birthday?

14.

Where did you go on your last vacation?

After your interview, tell another student about Student A:

Hye-Sun goes jogging on weekends. She went to Italy on her last vacation.

Sort Out the Words
Sort Out the Words

Groups of 4. Each group, use 1 piece of paper. Make 3 columns. Write /s/, /z/, and /iz/ at the top of the columns.

Listen to your teacher say each word. Does it end with /s/, /z/, or /iz/? Decide together. Write the word in the correct column.

books

fixes

listens

students

buses

friends

misses

studies

chairs

goes

plates

tables

comes

laptops

pounds

types

dishes

likes

sandwiches

works

Pairs. Now write a conversation, using 2 words from each column on your paper.

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What Should You Do? Groups of 3. Choose 1 situation from the pool. You are
What Should You Do?
What Should You Do?

Groups of 3. Choose 1 situation from the pool.

You are in English class.

You are driving in the city.

You are at the library.

You are at a job interview.

Together, write 5 sentences about your situation. Use one modal from the pool below in each sentence.

should

shouldnt

have to

dont have to

must

Use this language:

You should speak English in class.

WebTalk
WebTalk

Groups of 4. You are going to make up a game for another group. On a piece of paper, make 2 columns. Write Jobs/Locationsand Salariesat the top of the columns. Make a matching list of the jobs/cities/states and their salaries that the group members found on the web. This will be your answer key.

Now on a separate piece of paper, make up a matching game with the salaries in a different order.

Exchange games with another group.

a matching game with the salaries in a different order. Exchange games with another group. Level