[ネイティブキャンプ受験記]-DAY452-SIDE by SIDE, Chapter 4 Page 46-48(2021/10/16 トレーニング使用-The Era of Endless Job Interviews )

こんにちは。「えいごつかい」です。
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まずはレッスンでの使用テキストをレビューしながら、先輩講師から毎日レッスン方法を学んでいます。

記事を読んで頂くことにより、

  • 授業の予習ができる (Side by side は初級者から上級者まで「英語で英語を学べる」よいテキストです
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それでは2021/09/21, Day452,  Teacher Thea テア 開始です

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仕事は楽しく4年はあっという間に経ちましたが、再び学業をするべく、準備していた矢先にCOVIDで自宅へロックダウンとなりました。

そこでネイティブキャンプに職を得て頑張っているうちに教職の素晴らしさに気づき、毎日を楽しく過ごしているそうです。

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— Daily News —- Answer the Questions

1.
What can cause jobseekers to lose interest in a position they are applying for?

Answer : Some companies drag out the process to a sixth interview that can cause candidates to lose interest in the position.


Reason: (1st Paragraph) However, some companies drag out the process to a sixth interview that can cause candidates to lose interest in the position.

2.
What does Jenny Ho say about the number of required interviews for a position?

Answer : She says that the number of required interviews should always be in line with the level of the position.


Reason: (3rd Paragraph) She (Ho) says that the number of required interviews should always be in line with the level of the position.

3.
What did around 26% of the survey respondents say they would do?

Answer : They said they would leave a negative comment anonymously on review sites if they felt like they were being made to wait for an unreasonable amount of time.

Reason: (5th Paragraph) Around 26% said they would leave a negative comment anonymously on review sites if they felt like they were being made to wait for an unreasonable amount of time.

— Page 46の要点 —-

■Has Timmy Gone to Bed Yet ?

・Have (I) eaten ? もう、たべましたか

Note: 「もう」means “already”, which is not in the original English phrase but added in the Japanese translation. We usually us 「もう」in the present parfect tense.

we わたしたち
you あなた
they かれら

・Has (he) eaten ? かれは、もうたべましたか。

she かのじょ
it それ

・No, (I) haven’t. いいえ、わたしは、まだ、たべていません。

・No, (he) hasn’t. いいえ、かれは、まだ、たべていません。

— Activity —- Grammer rule

RULE: The question pattern for present perfect tense is, auxiliary + subject + past participle.

EXAMPLE: Have (auxiliary verb) + I (subject) + eaten (past participle)?

ルール:現在完了形の質問パターンは、助動詞+主語+過去分詞です。

have–plural
has–singular
haven’t–plural
hasn’t–singular

— Activity —- Model conversation

■Has (auxiliary) + Timmy (singular subject) + gone (past participle) to bed yet?

上部イラストのA.-B.会話のカッコ内をイラスト1-9のものと入れ替える

例:イラスト1.をカッコ内の回答に記入
A. Has (Has) Timmy (Amanda) gone to (done) bed (her homework) yet?

B. No, he (she) hasn’t. He (She) has to go (do) to bed (her homework) now.

★まだ~? yet

— Activity —- Continued

以下イラスト2 から

2.
Have you taken your medicine yet? あなたは、もう、くすりをのみましたか。
No, I haven’t. I have to take it now. いいえ、まだです。わたしは、いまから、のまなくてはいけません。

3.
Has James got up yet?
No, he hasn’t. He has to get up now.

4.
Have Debbie and Danny left for school yet?
No, they haven’t. They have to leave for school now.

5.
Has Jennifer called the supervisor yet?
No, she hasn’t. She has to call her supervisor now.

6.
Have you written your term paper yet?
No, I haven’t. I have to write my term paper now.

7.
Have you and your sister fed the dog yet?
No, we haven’t. We have to feed the dog now.

8.
Have you spoken to your landlord yet?
No, I haven’t. I have to speak to my landlord now.

9.
Has Harry paid his electric bill yet?
No, he hasn’t. He has to pay his electric bill now.

— Page47の要点 —-

■WORKING OVERTIME

テキストを読み上げて講師の質問に答える。

質問1.
Have the employees of the Goodwell Computer Company gone home yet?
No, not yet.
Why not?
Because they haven’t finished their work yet.

質問2
Why hasn’t the secretary gone home yet?
Because secretary still typed two important letters.

✔Because the secretary is still typing two important letters.

Because s/he hasn’t typed two important letters yet.

★ still を使うときはcontinuation

— Activity —- Continued

質問3
Why hasn’t the bookkeeper gone home yet?
Because s/he hasn’t written all the paychecks yet.

質問4
Why hasn’t the custodian gone home yet?
Because he hasn’t finished his work yet.

質問5
Why hasn’t he cleaned all the offices?
Because his co-workers haven’t gone home yet.

— Activity —- Model conversation

■イラスト中の会話

A. I see you haven’t gone home yet.
B. No, I haven’t. I still haven’t typed two important letters.
A. Well, have a good weekend.
B. You, too.

■パラグラフごとの状況により回答を作成する

パラグラフ1.
A. I see you haven’t gone home yet.
B. No, we haven’t. We still haven’t finished our work yet.
A. Well, have a good weeekend.
B. You too.

パラグラフ2.
A. I see you haven’t gone home yet.
B. No, I haven’t. I still haven’t finished my work yet. I still haven’t cleaned all the offices yet.
A. Well, have a good weekend.
B. You too.

— Activity —- What’s the word?

■カッコ内の語句をストーリーに合わせて過去形/過去分詞形に変化させる

correct form of the verb

past tense
past participle tense

1.
A. Have you (seen) the letter from the Lexon Company?
B. Yes, I saw it on your desk.

2.
A. Have you eaten lunch yet?
B. Yes, I ate lunch a few minutes ago.

3.
A. Has the bookkeeper gone to the bank yet?
B. Yes she has. She went there this morning.

4.
A. Have you spoken to the boss about your vacation?
B. Yes, I have. I spoke to her about it yesterday.

5.
A. Have you made plans for my trip to Chicago yet?
B. Yes, I made them yesterday.

6.
A. Has anybody read today’s New York Times?
B. Yes, I read it on my way to work.

7.
A. Has the office clerk taken the mail to the post office yet?
B. No, he hasn’t. He took it to the mail room but he hasn’t taken it to the post office yet.

8.
A. Has John finished his work yet?
B. Yes, he has. He’s already gone home.

— Page48の要点 —-

— Activity —- Model Conversation

■Have You Seen Any Good Movies Recently ?

上部イラストのA. / B. の会話をイラスト1から3に指定される語にいれかえてロールプレイする

👇例:イラスト1.の回答をカッコ内に表示

A. Have you seen (read) any good movies (books) recently?

B. Yes, I have. I saw (read) a very good movies (book) last week.

A. Really? What movie (book) did you see (read)?

B. I saw (read) The Wedding Dancer (the book about Science).

A. Oh. How was it?

B. It was excellent. It’s one of the best movies (books) I’ve ever seen (read).

★ recently について

— Activity —- Continued

イラスト2.

A. Have you rented any good videos recently?

B. Yes, I have. I rented a very good video last week.

✔Yes, I have. I rented a very good video last week.

rent – rented – rented

A. Really? What video did you rent?

B. I rented “The Great Escape”.

A. Oh. How was it?

B. It was excellent. It’s one of the best videos I’ve ever rented.

イラスト3.

A. Have you gone to any good restaurants recently?

B. Yes, I have. I went to a very good restaurant last week.

A. Really? What restaurant did you go to?

B. I went to “The Red Lobster”.

A. Oh. How was it?

B. It was excellent. It’s one of the best restaurants I’ve ever gone to.

— Activity —- How to Say It !

■Expressing Satisfaction

“good !”と表現するだけでは感嘆を表しきれないので色々な表現を覚えるようにする

A. How was it ?

B.

It was excellent.

It was very good.

It was wonderful.

It was great.

It was fantastic.

It was terrific. (素晴らしい)

It was phenomenal. (驚異的)

It was awesome.

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今週は「The Era of Endless Job Interviews」の記事を使用して練習

— Daily News —-

— Activity —- Listen to the article

① Most job seekers welcome an invitation (アニインビテーション)/ to a (トゥア)second or even third interview. / However, / some companies drag out (ドラッガアウト)the process / to a (トゥア)sixth interview / that can cause candidates to lose interest / in the position.

invitation– 招待
a request (spoken or written) to participate or be present or take part in something
–a written or verbal request inviting someone to go somewhere or to do something

drag out –長引かせる
to cause (something) to take more time than necessary

to pull, as against a resistance

② The internet / is full of complaints from job seekers in the energy, / tech, / and finance sectors. / So, / how many rounds / of the interview marathon / should a job seeker expect?

sector
部門、セクター

a part of an economy that includes certain kinds of jobs
Salaries in the public sector are expected to fall by 15% this year.
今年、公共部門の給与は15%減少すると予想されている。

③ Jenny Ho runs a recruiting agency. / She says (セッズ)/ that the number of required interviews / should always be in line with (インラインウィズ)/ the level of the position. / For a director-level position, / “Preferably,(プレファラブリー) / it’s three to four rounds, maximum” / she said. /

be in line with — と一致している

preferably
できれば、なるべく

used to say what is most wanted or preferred
I’d like to have the work done soon, preferably by the end of the week.

すぐにでも、できれば週明けまでには作業を終えたい。

④ A survey from a global staffing firm / showed that / 62% of US professionals lost interest / in a job / if they did not hear back from the employer / within two weeks / after the initial interview. / If there was no update / within three weeks, / that number jumped to 77%. /

staffing
スタッフの配属

the management of the number and types of workers needed in an organization
Hospitals in inner city areas are experiencing staffing difficulties.
都心部の病院では、スタッフの確保が難しくなっている。

★ jumped to

— Activity —- Continued

⑤ Around 26% said / they would leave a negative comment / anonymously on review sites / if they felt like / they were being made / to wait for an unreasonable amount of time. / Some companies / are just trying to pick the right person for the job. / But as one(アズワン) jobseeker said, / “These complicated processes(プロセセズ) / are actually making quality candidates go elsewhere.”

anonymously — 匿名で
anonymously–without giving a name

review sites — 感想
review sites–sites where people can leave reviews and comments

quality candidates – 質の高い候補者

— Training Material —- 2021/10/16

① Most job seekers welcome an invitation to a second or even third interview. However, some companies drag out the process to a sixth interview that can cause candidates to lose interest in the position.

② The internet is full of complaints from job seekers in the energy, tech, and finance sectors. So, how many rounds of the interview marathon should a job seeker expect?

③ Jenny Ho runs a recruiting agency. She says that the number of required interviews should always be in line with the level of the position. For a director-level position, “Preferably, it’s three to four rounds, maximum” she said.

④ A survey from a global staffing firm showed that 62% of US professionals lost interest in a job if they did not hear back from the employer within two weeks after the initial interview. If there was no update within three weeks, that number jumped to 77%.

⑤ Around 26% said they would leave a negative comment anonymously on review sites if they felt like they were being made to wait for an unreasonable amount of time. Some companies are just trying to pick the right person for the job. But as one jobseeker said, “These complicated processes are actually making quality candidates go elsewhere.”

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