• Provide intensive writing practice on how to write a CV/Resume for a job.
• Develop speaking skills conversation fluency speaking practice in the context of a CV/Resume.
Procedure (34-45 minutes)
T writes CV/Resume on WB and ask Ss to discuss with a partner;: CCQs What is a CV/Resume? A CV is a document which has information about you What is a a cover letter? A letter you send to apply for a job. What is a job application form? A form you fill to apply for a job T monitor and then give WC feedback on the above by prompting Ss for answers. T ask Ss to discuss with a partner about the sources of Jobs: CCQs Where can we look or search for jobs? Internet, Newspapers, Notice boards, etc. T monitor and then give WC feedback on the above by prompting Ss for answers. T handout a matching exercise of a job application process and Ss will do it individually and then do peer checking. T will monitor the exercise and prompt Ss for correct answers. T will handout the answer key.
T will divide the class into groups of three students each. T will handout two Job adverts and a sheet of questions to answers about the adverts. T will monitor and give feedback to the GW by praising and prompting. T will handout the answer key. T will handout a missing letters exercise and then match the words of in CV on the left with their definitions on the right. Ss will do it individually and then do a peer check. T will monitor and give feedback through prompting and praising. T will give out the answer key.
T will handout out a real CV as a model or example. T will also handout follow up questions to the CV. Ss will do task 3 individually and then peer check. T will monitor and give feedback. T will divide the class into groups and ask Ss to discuss task 4 on the same sheet in relation to the CV. T will monitor and give feedback by elicit, prompt Ss for their answers.
T will hand out another CV but with out the headings and ask Ss to wrting the correct one from the list. Ss will do the task individually and then do a peer check T will monitor and give feedback. T will put three Job advertisements around the class. T will put a group of three students to look at each job advertisement. Ss will look for specific information on the job advert and write them down. T will write on WB the three things; 1. Name of the Job 2. Is CV required 3. How do we send the CV ICQs Are we looking for the name of the job? Yes Is a CV/Resume required? Yes How do we send the CV/resume? By email or post T will then handout an incomplete CV for Ss to complete with their own information about themselves. ICQs Can we refer back to the example CV? Yes T will monitor the exercise and elicit, correct minor mistakes.
T will check and correct all Ss work while monitoring and ask them to stick all their CV/Resume on WB and other classroom walls. T will ask Ss to move around the WB and walls where the CV/Resume are stuck to check their peers work and choose the best CV. ICQ Which of the CV do you think is the best written one?