Lesson after Xmas holidays

Emile
Arda
Lynn
Moreno
Paris 
George 
Mart
Selin
Iris
Cristiano
Sander
Celeste 
Floortje
Humeyra
Jan
Batool
Gijs
Younes 
Zohal
Ezgi
Teacher
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EngelsMiddelbare schoolvmbo tLeerjaar 4

This lesson contains 31 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

time-iconLesson duration is: 45 min

Items in this lesson

Emile
Arda
Lynn
Moreno
Paris 
George 
Mart
Selin
Iris
Cristiano
Sander
Celeste 
Floortje
Humeyra
Jan
Batool
Gijs
Younes 
Zohal
Ezgi
Teacher

Slide 1 - Slide

Kaylee
Dealynn
Merda
Aya
Iara
Milan
Nora
Brandon
Aycan
Shanna
Britt
Evelyn
Ruben
Quinn
Jayson
Joyja
Tycho
Zeynep
Rosalyn 
Adriano
Anna
Merve
Sevval
Teacher

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Welcome 4GT

Slide 3 - Slide

Happy New Year!

Slide 4 - Slide

Slide 5 - Slide

How was your holiday?
What did you do?

Slide 6 - Mind map

Planning for today
British slang (energizer)
5 minutes
Learning English with news 
13 minutes
Film report - feedback 
10 minutes
Application letter rules, practice 
15 minutes 
Holmwoods 
25 minutes
Homework: learn theme words,  study irregular verbs 
Goal: After this lesson you have revised past perfect tense 

Slide 7 - Slide

      British slang & expressions

Slide 8 - Slide

When a British person says to you: 'Look, let's just forget about it.'
What do they actually mean?
A
I'm not mad at you. It's okay.
B
I will remember this until my dying day.
C
No problem, it can happen to anyone.
D
I'm not interested in taking revenge.

Slide 9 - Quiz

What do British people actually mean when they say: It's not quite what I had in mind.
A
It's exactly what I had in mind.
B
Err....are you out of your mind?
C
What the bloody hell is this?!
D
I don't want this, but it'll do for now.

Slide 10 - Quiz

If someone calls you 'a jammy bastard' what do they actually mean?
A
You're always dressed in your pyjamas.
B
You're a bit fat, man.
C
You are one lucky person!
D
I can tell you've been eating.

Slide 11 - Quiz

If someone calls you 'a jammy bastard' what do they actually mean?
A
You're always dressed in your pyjamas.
B
You're a bit fat, man.
C
You are one lucky person!
D
I can tell you've been eating.

Slide 12 - Quiz

When a British person says: Happy New Year!
They're actually saying...
A
Happy new year!
B
This new year has started off well.
C
I want to kiss you and wish you a happy new year.
D
The year is practically over. Stop it.

Slide 13 - Quiz

Feedback 
film report 
  • You can/cannot follow fluent British accent 
  • You can/cannot express yourself in writing 
  • You can/cannot make correct sentences in English  

Slide 14 - Slide

What is our goal for today?
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
- name the do's and don'ts of writing an application letter
- tell some facts about the structure of an application letter

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What are we going to do today?
  1. Writing an application letter : how
  2. Write a letter of application 

Slide 16 - Slide

What do you know already about application letters?

Slide 17 - Mind map

Writing a letter
  • In de meeste solicitatiebrieven gebruik je niet meer dan 3 alinea´s
  • Alinea 1 / inleiding-een paar nuttige zinnen
  • Dear Sir/Madam,
  • I would like to apply for the job of  waitress...
  • I saw your advertisment ..

Slide 18 - Slide

Alinea 2
  • Het onderwerp van de brief 'body of the letter'
  • In dit deel schrijf je iets over jezelf en leg uit waarom je in de baan geinteresieerd bent
  • I am 16 years old. I am taking my finals next year..
  • I have always been interested in...
  • I speak...
  • This job seems interesting as..

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Alinea 3
  • Afsluiting en een paar nuttige zinnen
  • I am available for an interview.
  • I enclose my CV.
  • I hope to hear from you soon.
  • Yours faithfully,
  • your name 

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Do's
- Always write 'I' (ik) with a capital letter
- Always stick to the structure of an application letter
- Always make sure your spelling and grammar is correct
- Write the first letter of a month with a capital letter (January)
Don'ts
- Don't use slangwords (spreektaal)
- Don't abbreviate (afkorten) words; I am --> not I'm
- Don't brag (opscheppen) about your qualities and experience
- Don't write more than one page; your letter should be brief and easy to read

Slide 21 - Slide

When do you write 'I' (ik) with a capital letter?
A
Never
B
Only at the beginning of a sentence
C
Always
D
Only in formal writing

Slide 22 - Quiz

In which paragraph of the body should you shortly introduce yourself?
A
The first paragraph
B
The last paragraph
C
The middle paragraph(s)
D
You shouldn't introduce yourself

Slide 23 - Quiz

What should be included in the last paragraph?
A
Your qualities
B
Your working experience
C
The reason why you are writing this letter
D
Thanking the employer for considering your application

Slide 24 - Quiz

What salutation (aanhef) do you use when you don't know the employer's name?

Slide 25 - Open question

Questions

Slide 26 - Open question

Write an application letter 

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Write an application letter 
Beschrijving
Write a letter of application.
-pick one of the advertisements 
- explain why you're suitable for the position. 
- tell about relevant work experience. 
- mention some skills you possess (min 4).
- start and end the letter appropriately (see conventions ).

Slide 29 - Slide

Type your letter here

Slide 30 - Open question

Slide 31 - Slide