Business Conversation (Intermediate): Job advertisement

PART A_1
Let’s learn new vocabulary. Listen and repeat these words with your tutor.
PART A_2
1. requirement 要件、必要条件
  The minimum requirement for the post was a degree in engineering.
2. troubleshooting トラブルシューティング、異常時の処置
  The book has helpful troubleshooting tips.
3. solution 解決(策)
  It was not the ideal solution to the problem.
4. essential 欠くことのできない、必須の
  Experience is essential for this job.
5. résumé 履歴書
  Use a laser printer to print your résumé.
PART A_3
I will ask the questions. Please answer them in complete sentences.
PART A_4
1. What are the requirements needed for the job?
2. What basic troubleshooting do you know?
3. Have you already found a solution to your problem at work?
4. Is it essential to have some experience in your position?
5. When was the last time you updated your résumé?
PART B_1
Let’s read the dialogue. I will play Ron and you will play Emma. Then, we’ll switch roles.
PART B_2

Hey, Emma! What was your company’s advertisement about?
We are looking for dedicated computer engineers who want to be part of our company.

What are the requirements for the position?
Applicants must have experience writing and testing software for mobile devices and computers.

Are there any specific skills they’re searching for?
Yes. Experience in troubleshooting different brands, models, and programs and finding solutions as quickly as possible is essential to the job.

I believe I have a chance at this.
You can stop by our company and hand in your résumé to Mr. Parker.

Got it! Thanks!
PART C_1
Let’s read the dialogue. Read aloud, filling in the blanks as you remember the sentence you just read.
PART C_2

Hey, Emma! What was your company’s advertisement about?
We are _________ dedicated computer engineers who want to be part of our company.

What are the requirements for the position?
Applicants __________ experience writing and testing software for mobile devices and computers.

Are there any specific skills they’re searching for?
Yes. __________ in troubleshooting different brands, models, and programs and finding solutions as quickly as possible is essential to the job.

I believe I have a chance at this.
You can stop by our company and hand in your résumé to Mr. Parker.

Got it! Thanks!
PART D_1
Let’s read the new dialogue. Read aloud, filling in the blanks with the vocabulary and expressions you learned.
PART D_2

Emma, could you tell me about your company’s advertisement?
Sure, we are __________ dedicated customer service representatives who want to be part of our company.

Thanks! By the way, what are the requirements for the position?
Applicants __________ experience in helping customers with complaints and questions, give customers information about products and services.

I see. Are there any specific skills they’re searching for?
Yes, experience in problem-solving and documentation skills are essential to the job.

Thanks for sharing!
If you have more questions, just send me a message.

PART E_1
Let’s do a roleplay. Talk with me according to the situation below, using the expressions you just learned.
PART E_2
Your friend is looking for an accounting job. Share with him/her the last job advertisement you have seen. Your tutor will be your friend.
PART E_3
REVIEW AND FEEDBACK
Now, let us review the things that you learned in this lesson.
(Please give a short feedback on how your student did on your class.)
Grammar
文法
Pronunciation 発音 Vocabulary
単語
Comprehension
理解
GOOD 文法の誤りはほとんどなく、完全な文章で話すことができる ほとんどの単語をはっきりと正しく発音することができる 習った表現を適切に使うことができる 文章を理解し、質問に正しく答えることができる

FAIR
文法の誤りはあるが、完全な文章で話すことができる 発音の練習が必要な言葉がいくつかある たまにミスはあるが、習った表現を適切に使うことができる 文章を完全に理解するのは難しく、質問に正しく答えられないときもある

POOR
文章で話すのは難しく、単語だけで話すことができる 発音の練習が必要である 習った単語と表現を少しだけ使うことができる 文章を理解するのは難しく、質問に答えるのは難しい
TUTOR FEEDBACK

GRAMMAR
Good: Was able to speak in complete sentences with minimal grammatical errors.
Fair: Was able to speak in complete sentences with evident grammatical errors.
Poor: Was able to speak using words only.
PRONUNCIATION
Good: Was able to pronounce most of the words clearly and correctly.
Fair: Mispronounced a few words.
Poor: Mispronounced most of the words.
VOCABULARY
Good: Used appropriate expressions learned in class.
Fair: Used appropriate expressions learned in class and made a few errors in word choice.
Poor: Used only a few words and expressions.
COMPREHENSION
Good: Was able to understand the passages and answer the questions correctly.
Fair: Had a little difficulty in understanding passages and answering questions.
Poor: Had a hard time understanding passages and answering questions.