The aims: 1. To develop reading skills. (skimming, scanning, intensive) 2. To train should, shouldnt, should have, shouldnt have. 3. What you need for success. 4. We learn to be moral persons. 5. Find your motto. 6. To realize through the exercises, poems, making photos, collage, asking parents, teacher and friends. Writing a composition my Ideal or a person of my Dream.
To use: Texts. Texts. Grammar text. Grammar text. English poems. English poems. Mottoes. Mottoes. Pictures. Pictures. Cards for pupils. Cards for pupils. Quatations. Quatations. Photos of famous people. Photos of famous people. Articles from news papers and magazines about different outstanding persons. Articles from news papers and magazines about different outstanding persons. Materials from Mosaic Materials from Mosaic Camera Camera
The result is estimated by writing the rules What you need for success in your life. What you need for success in your life.
Памятка Ваша группа работает над проектом на заключительном этапе обучения иноязычному общению на тему: «...». 1. Помните, что проект - это самостоятельно планируемая и реализуемая работа, в которой речевое общение включено в контекст другой деятельности (соревнования, игры, путешествия,...). Поэтому успешность этой деятельности зависит от того, насколько легко и свободно вы можете общаться при ее обсуждении и выполнении, появятся ли у вас оригинальные мысли и нестандартные решения, а также усердие и желание сделать проект интересным. 2. Не забывайте, что вы все должны работать с полной отдачей при создании проекта, помогать друг другу по мере необходимости, оказывать моральную поддержку, чувствовать ответственность за результаты совместной работы. 3. Когда вы получите рекомендации, организуйте: а) их прочтение всеми членами группы для выявления целей проекта, порядка вы полнения действий и ожидаемого результата; б) планирование работы, обсуждение элементов проекта, изготовление набросков; в) распределение обязанностей; г) выполнение заданий, предлагаемых в рекомендациях, на уроке или дома; д) обсуждение подготовленных материалов, внесение уточнений, исправлений, дополнений по мере необходимости; е) презентацию проекта. 4. При подведении итогов работы над проектом будьте сдержанны, объективны, принимайте во внимание все точки зрения, взвешивайте все «за» и «против», четко излагайте свои мысли.
Dear friends we will speak about success in life, how to become a person, how to be moral and useful and how to learn to be such person.
I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to my fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not deter or neglect it for I shall not pass this way again.
Be positive Questions for discussion: 1. Who is more positive - Mr. Carey or Ms. Chapman? 2. Who would you like to work with - Mr. Carey or Ms. Chapman? 3. Do you ever have little problems? Do you talk about them? With whom? When? 4. Rewrite situation 1 so that Mr. Carey would make a good impression. How about you? Read the following and say how often you do it: never, sometimes, always. 1. I say "Good morning" to everyone. 2. I give positive responses to "How are you?" 3. I like my job and studies. 4. I make eye contact. 5. I ask people "How are you?" 6. I make a good first impression. 7. I remember people's names. 8. I smile Personal Success Hint: Everybody likes a person with a positive attitude. Smile. Look people in the eye. Make a good Impression. MAKING A GOOD / BAD IMPRESSION Compare and discuss two situations. Situation 1. Situation 1. Helen Stewart is a Personnel Director. Tim Carey is looking for a job. H.S.: Good morning, Mr. Carey. How are you today? T.C: Not so great H.S.: Whats wrong? T.C: Oh, lots of little problems. Situation 2. Richard Ginns is a Personnel Director. Jane Chapman is looking for a job. R.G.: Hello, Ms. Chapman. How are you this morning? J.Ch.: Never been better, thank you. How are you, Mr. Ginns? R.G.: Very well, thank you.
Business Hint You have only ONE chance to make a FIRST impression. Practice making a good impression. Look at the different responses: Positive Responses "Middle-of-the-road"Negative ResponsesFineNot so badAwfulReally fineNot too badTerribleNever been betterOKDon't askGreatSo- soHorribleTerrificNot so goodVery wellNot so greatSuperComplete the following statements 1. When I give a negative response, I make a_______impression. Good/bad Good/bad 2. When I don't make eye contact, I am_______in the other person. interested / not interested 3. When I don't smile, I make a_________impression. good / bad good / bad 4. When I smile, make eye contact and offer my hand, the other person is__________in me. interested / not interested
Be Thoughtful Personal success hint: When you say a person's name, you tell the person: "YOU ARE IMPORTANTI" LOSING / IMPRESSING A POTENTIAL CUSTOMER Compare and discuss two situations. Situation 1. Bill Smith is a salesperson for ABC Motors. Mary Kent is a potential customer. She wants to buy a new car. B.S.: Hi! My name is Bill Smith. M.K.: Yes, I know. I was here yesterday. B.S.: I'm sorry. I'm very bad with names. M.K.: And with faces... Situation 2. Jack Bamcs sells computers. Bob Wright needs a computer. He was in Mr. Barnes' store last week. Mr. Barnes sees Mr. Wright on the street. J.B.: Mr. Wright! Nice to see you again. My name is Jack Barnes. We met last week at my store. B. W.: Of course, Mr. Barnes. How are you? J.B.: Fine, Mr. Wright. Really fine. And you? B. W.: I feel great, thanks. Questions for discussion: 1. Who is a better salesman? Jack Barnes or Bill Smith? Why? 2. Which customer is more pleased? Marry Kent or Bob Wright? Why? 3. Who would you buy something from? Mr. Smith or Mr. Barnes? Why? 4. Do you ever forget a name? If yes, how does it make you feel? Embarrassed? Apologetic? Unconcerned? 5. Has anyone forgotten your name? How did you feel? Embarrassed? Angry? Unconcerned? 1. Are you good with names? 2. Are you good with faces? 3. Is it important to remember names? 4. Is it important to remember faces?
Business Hint: Use last names until people ask you to use their first name Mark Brown: How do you do, Mr. Grant? Bob Grant: Please call me Bob. To remember a name, it helps to see it written. You can ask for a business card or you can write down the name and a phone number. Bob Wilson: Do you have a card? Julie Robins: No, I'm sorry. I'm out of cards. / Yes, here you arc. Bob Wilson: Let me write down your name and number. / Thank you. Here is mine. Practice the above dialogues with your classmates. Make a card for yourself. Make a card for yourself. Julie RobinsRealtor1212 Newton StreetAmes, Hometown, Iowa 51523USA Ph.:(521) Andrei ZaitscvBelarus State Economic UniversityPost-graduate student of marketingHome address:KoshevogoStr.,11-4 Minsk BELARUS Ph.: Associate the name with something. To remember a person's name,write something about the person on his/her card. Help people remember your name. After you meet someone, write him or her a letter. This letter is called a follow-up letter. Help people remember your name. After you meet someone, write him or her a letter. This letter is called a follow-up letter. January Mr. Charles WattAcme Machine Works1230 Central Street Newtown, Connecticut 20007Dear Mr. Watts:Thank you for coming to our store yesterday and looking at our new photocopiers. If you have any questions, please call me.Sincerely yours, Ken Woods Situation: Tony Conroy: Hi. I'm Tony Conroy. Bill Madsen: Hello. My name is Bill Madsen. T.C.: I'm sorry. What's your name? B.M.: Madsen. T.C.: Madsen. How do you spell that? B.M.: M-A-D-S-E-N. T.C.: Do you have a card, Mr. Madsen? B.M.: No, I'm sorry. I don't. T.C.: Let me write down your name and phone number. Introduce yourself to your classmate. Follow the above pattern. Exchange business cards with your classmates.
Summary: Remember names and faces. Remember names and faces. Don't be shy. Don't be shy. Ask for clarification. Ask for clarification. Ask for business cards. Ask for business cards. Write follow-up letters. Write follow-up letters.
Be Interested Personal success hint: People like It when you use their name. They also like you to be interested in them as a person - not just as 'company employee'. HAVING A SUCCESSFUL / UNSUCCESSFUL TALK Compare and discuss two situations. Situation 1. Mark Winston wants Sam Tenly to meet Mary Chapin. Mr. Tenly is the Vice-President of the European Sales Department. Ms. Chapin has just returned from a three-week visit to the European offices. M. W.: Sam, I'd like to introduce you to Mary Chapin. M.Ch.: How do you do? S.T.: How do you do? M.W.: I'll let you get acquainted. Sam: Well, it was nice to meet you. Mary: Nice to meet you, too. Good bye. Situation 2. Bill Revson, a potential client, is visiting from Toronto. Tom Patterson is introducing him to the employees of the company. T.P.: Bill, I'd like you to meet Jane Steele. Ms. Steele, this is Bill Revson. Mr. Revson is visiting us from Toronto. J.S.: How do you do, Mr. Revson? B.R.: How do you do, Ms. Steele. T.P.: Ms. Steele is the manager of our Accounting Department. She is also a great golfer. J.S.: Tom tells me you play golf, too. Why don't you join us for a few rounds tomorrow? B.R.: Thank you. I'd love to join you. Jeff: I'm going to London. Frank: London is a great city. I went there last year. Questions for discussion: 1. Who makes better introductions - Mr. Winston or Mr. Patterson? Why? Who feels more comfortable - Mr. Revson or Ms. Chapin? Who is more interested - Mr. Tenly or Ms. Steele? What did Mr. Revson and Ms. Steele have in common? What did Mr. Tenly and Ms. Chapin have in common? How could Mr. Winston help Mr. Tenly and Ms. Chapin get acquainted? How about you? (Yes /No /Sometimes) Explain your answer. When you are with strangers, you introduce yourself. 2. you tell something about yourself. 3. you are shy. 4. you tell something about others. 5. you wait to be introduced. 6. you let the other person start the conversation. 7. you look for things in common. Look at the following models and practice with your classmates: Ted Cohran: Mrs. Perry is our President. She's a great tennis player. Margaret Perry: What do you do, Mr. Smith? John Smith: I'm a sales manager in the Pacific Rim. I like tennis, too! Frank: Where are you going for your vacation?
Summary: Use personal information in introductions. Use personal information in introductions. Try to find a common interest. Try to find a common interest. Stay in touch. Stay in touch.
Business Hint: Never forget to say "please" and "thank you ". Never forget to say "please" and "thank you ". S u m m a r y : Always say please and thank you. Always say please and thank you. Be positive. Be positive. Compliment good work. Compliment good work. Point out mistakes politely. Point out mistakes politely. Provide clear, complete instructions. Provide clear, complete instructions.
TODAY IS YOURS Don't wait till tomorrow to reach out and grow, To learn something interesting you didn't know. Don't wait till tomorrow to find ways to share, To make a new friend, really show that you care. Don't wait till tomorrow to follow your heart, To savor the beauty that life can impart. Don't wait till tomorrow to let yourself start... Take time to do it today! Amanda Bradley
A spire to reach your potential B elieve in yourself C reate a good life D ream about what you might become E xercise frequently G lorify the creative spirit H umour yourself and others I magine great things J oyfully live each day K indly help others L ove one another M editate daily N urture the environment O rganize for harmonious action P raise performance well done R egulate your behavior S mile often T hink rationally U nderstand yourself V alue life W ork for the common good X -ray and carefully examine problems Y earn to improve Z estfully pursue happiness. Z estfully pursue happiness. The ABC of Happiness