Task 1.Choose one of the words or word combinations below and complete the Vocabulary Word Map (see Appendix 2):

Task 2.Complete the mind-maps. You can use both the ideas from the texts ( "Choosing a career", "Does my personality match this career?" And "The 10 top steps for choosing a career") and your own ideas.

Task 3.When learning English it is a good idea to be aware of collocations. Collocations are combinations of words that often occur together. For example, some verbs are often followed by certain nouns. The more collocations you are aware of, the easier reading and speaking becomes.

Complete the table with as many collocations of the given words as you can.

Verb Collocations
to choose
to follow
to pursue
to look
to explore
to evaluate
to postpone
to procrastinate ---
to analyze
to balance
to change
to focus on
to face
to take
to make
to put
to base on ---
Noun Collocations
a job

Task 4.Translate the sentences into English using collocations from Task 3:

1. , . ( ), , .

2. ϳ 3 . , , .

3. . , ?

4. , . . , ?

Task 5.Make a list of similar ideas from the texts "Choosing a career", "Does my personality match this career?" and "The 10 top steps for choosing a career". Be ready to present them in class.


Task 6.Prepare a presentation "GENERAL DOs AND DON'Ts WHEN CHOOSING A CAREER". Try to support it with some visual aids (posters, handouts, etc).

Be willing to change and adapt. | LOOKING FOR A JOB

Find a job you like and you add five days to every week. | A. occupation - job - work - career - position | Getting Started | CAREER AND PERSONALITY | Matching Personality to Career | Become broadly literate. | Unsocial hours; late shift; take a break; set up a business; bed and breakfast | JOB-HUNTING | JOB SEARCH METHODS | JOB SEARCH METHODS |

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