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ANEXA 1

LESSON PLAN

Name: Vizi Veronica Cosmina Time of lesson: 13.00 14.00

Date: 10.10. 17.10.2011 Grade: Intermediate

Class: VIIIth Textbook: Highflyer

No. of students: 15 Unit: Careers

School: General igmandru Lesson: European CV / Letter of intent


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Lesson aims: 1. to enrich vocabulary
2. to rise the interest for British civilization
3. to be able to build an official document
4. to develop receptive and communicative skills
5. to enrich imagination and creativity
6. to develop interrelations and intrarelations skills

Materials: Worksheets, computer


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ACTIVITY 1: Warm up
Aim: to create a relaxing atmosphere

Procedure: / Interaction / Timing


The teacher writes down the absents and asks the / /
students about their day. She jokes with the Ss. / T - Ss / 3
/ /
/ /
/ /
ACTIVITY 2: Checking the previous lesson
Aim: to refresh the Ss memory

Procedure: / /
The Ss read the homework and ask for / /
explanations if necessary. The T. makes sure that the / ST / 10
Ss understand everything / /
/ /
/ /
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ACTIVITY 3: Introducing the new lesson
Aim: to be able to build a CV
to see the difference between a classic CV and an European CV
to rise the interest for British civilization
Procedure:
The T. explains the importance of the CV for a future / /
Career and shows the models. The Ss have a brainstorming / TS / 10
activity and present their knowledge on the subject. They are / Ss - T /
given the models and complete them. / /
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ACTIVITY 4: Practice
Aim: to enrich imagination and creativity
to be able to build an official document
Procedure:
After the T. talks about British firms the Ss start completing / /
the CVs. They work in groups of four. They draw the logo of the / /
imagined firm. They are free to ask questions. They have the / SS /
on their desk so it is an easy activity. / Ss T / 10
After the activity is complete, the Ss will search some / /
European CV and some British firms on the internet. / /
/ /
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ACTIVITY 5: Practice Interview
Aim: to develop receptive and communicative skills
to enrich imagination and creativity
to develop interrelations and intrarelations skills
to enrich vocabulary
Procedure:
The Ss choose one S from two groups to sustain a job / /
interview. The T. gives the questions and the Ss are free to give / /
their own responses. There are no wrong answers. The T. will / SS / 15
intervene only if the Ss ask. At the end of the interview the T. / /
will make the grammatical corrections if necessary. / /
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HOMEWORK:
Imagine another job interview
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NEXT LESSON:
The letter of intent
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OBS. Acelai plan va fi aplicat i n cazul scrisorii de intenie.


ANEXA 2

Curriculum vitae (classic CV)

John Smith
Street, City, State, Zip
Phone: 555-555-5555
Cell: 555-666-6666
email@email.com

Objective:

Assistant Professor, Psychology

Education:

Ph.D., Psychology, University of Minnesota, 2006


Concentrations: Psychology, Community Psychology
Dissertation: A Study of Learning Disabled Children in a Low Income Community

M.A., Psychology, University at Albany, 2003


Concentrations: Psychology, Special Education
Thesis: Communication Skills of Learning Disabled Children

B.A, Psychology, California State University, Long Beach, CA, 2000

Experience:

Instructor, 2004 - 2006


University of Minnesota
Course: Psychology in the Classroom

Teaching Assistant, 2002 - 2003


University at Albany
Courses: Special Education, Learning Disabilities

Research Skills:

Extensive knowledge of SPSSX and SAS statistical programs.

Presentations:

Smith John (2006). The behavior of learning disabled adolescents in the classrooms. Paper
presented at the Psychology Conference at the University of Minnesota.

Publications:

Smith, John (2005). The behavior of learning disabled adolescents in the classroom. Journal of
Educational Psychology, 120 - 125.
Grants and Fellowships:

RDB Grant (University of Minnesota Research Grant, 2005), $2000


Workshop Grant (for ASPA meeting in New York, 2004), $1500

Awards and Honors:

Treldar Scholar, 2005


Academic Excellent Award, 2003

Skills and Qualifications:

Microsoft Office, Internet


Programming ability in C++ and PHP
Fluent in German, French and Spanish

References:

Excellent references available upon request.

Computer Skills:

National Computer Lever 3rd Certificate. ( Network Communication )


Professional Certificate of Assistant Information Officer (AIO).
C++, VBA, Provision, JMP, AutoCAD, 3Dsmax, Photoshop, Solidworks, Aftereffect

Personal Interests:

Basketball (Skills); skating (Speed); English (elegant); Snooker (Stable)


ANEXA 3

Curriculum
vitae

Personal
information

Surname(s) / First
SMITH, JANE
name(s)
Address(es) 32 Reading rd, Birmingham, B26 3QJ, United Kingdom
Telephone(s) Personal: (44-1189) 12 34 56 Mobile: (44-6987) 65 43 21
Fax(es) (44-1189) 12 34 56
E-mail(s) hobbies@kotmail.com

Nationality(-ies) British
Date of birth 07.10.1974
Gender Female

Desired EUROPEAN PROJECT MANAGER


employment /
Occupational
field

Work experience
Dates August 2002 onwards
Occupation or
Independent consultant
position held
Main activities Evaluation of European Commission youth training support measures for youth
and national agencies and young people.
responsibilities

Name and
address of British Council, 123, Bd Ney, F-75023 Paris
employer
Type of business
Independent worker
or sector

Dates March July 2002


Occupation or
Internship
position held
Main activities - Evaluating youth training programmes for SALTO UK and the Partnership
and between the Council of Europe and European Commission
responsibilities
- Organizing and running a 2 day workshop on non-formal education for
Action 5 large scale projects focusing on quality, assessment and recognition

- Contributing to the Steering Group on training and developing action plans


on training for the next 3 years. Working on the Users Guide for training and
the Support Measures
Name and
European Commission, Youth Unit, DG Education and Culture, 200, Rue de la
address of
Loi, B-1049 Brussels
employer
Type of business
European institution
or sector

Dates October 2001 - February 2002


Occupation or
Researcher / Independent Consultant
position held
Main activities Working in a research team carrying out in-depth qualitative evaluation of the 2
and year Advanced Training of Trainers in Europe using participant observations,
responsibilities in-depth interviews and focus groups. Work carried out in training courses in
Strasbourg, Slovenia and Budapest.
Name and
address of Council of Europe, Budapest
employer
Type of business European institutions
or sector
Other skills and Communicative, open to change, dynamic
competences
Driving licence B

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Europass Insert photograph. Remove heading if not relevant (see instructions)
Curriculum Vitae

Personal information
First name(s) / Surname(s) First name(s) Surname(s) (remove if not relevant, see instructions)
Address(es) House number, street name, postcode, city, country (remove if not relevant, see instructions)
Telephone(s) (remove if not relevant, see Mobile: (remove if not relevant, see
instructions) instructions)
Fax(es) (remove if not relevant, see instructions)
E-mail (remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Nationality (remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Date of birth (remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Gender (remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Desired employment / (remove if not relevant, see instructions)


Occupational field

Work experience
Dates Add separate entries for each relevant post occupied, starting from the most recent. (remove if not
relevant, see instructions)
Occupation or position held
Main activities and responsibilities
Name and address of employer
Type of business or sector

Education and training


Dates Add separate entries for each relevant course you have completed, starting from the most recent.
(remove if not relevant, see instructions)
Title of qualification awarded
Principal subjects/occupational skills
covered
Name and type of organisation
providing education and training
Level in national or international (remove if not relevant, see instructions)
classification

Personal skills and


competences
Mother tongue(s) Specify mother tongue (if relevant add other mother tongue(s), see instructions)

Other language(s)
Self-assessment Understanding Speaking Writing
European level (*) Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production
Language
Language
(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Social skills and competences Replace this text by a description of these competences and indicate where they were acquired.
(Remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Organisational skills and Replace this text by a description of these competences and indicate where they were acquired.
competences (Remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Technical skills and competences Replace this text by a description of these competences and indicate where they were acquired.
(Remove if not relevant, see instructions)
Computer skills and competences Replace this text by a description of these competences and indicate where they were acquired.
(Remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Artistic skills and competences Replace this text by a description of these competences and indicate where they were acquired.
(Remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Other skills and competences Replace this text by a description of these competences and indicate where they were acquired.
(Remove if not relevant, see instructions)

Driving licence State here whether you hold a driving licence and if so for which categories of vehicle. (Remove if
not relevant, see instructions)

Additional information Include here any other information that may be relevant, for example contact persons, references,
etc. (Remove heading if not relevant, see instructions)

Annexes List any items attached. (Remove heading if not relevant, see instructions)

ANEXA 5

Europass
Curriculum Vitae

Personal information
First name(s) / Surname(s)
Address(es)
Telephone(s)
Fax(es)
E-mail

Nationality

Date of birth

Gender

Desired employment /
Occupational field

Work experience
Dates
Occupation or position held
Main activities and responsibilities
Name and address of employer
Type of business or sector

Education and training


Dates
Title of qualification awarded
Principal subjects/occupational skills
covered
Name and type of organisation
providing education and training
Level in national or international
classification

Personal skills and


competences
Mother tongue(s)

Other language(s)
Self-assessment Understanding Speaking Writing
European level (*) Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production
Language
Language

Social skills and competences

Organisational skills and


competences

Technical skills and competences

Computer skills and competences

Artistic skills and competences


Other skills and competences

Driving licence

Additional information

Annexes

ANEXA 6

LETTER OF INTENT

12.10.2011
Mr. Michael Orson, Director
Shaw Patent & Trademark Attorneys
303 Science Park
Milton Road
Phone: +44 (0) 1223 225300
London, UK

Dear Mr. Orson:


This letter is to inform you that I have submitted an application for your firm. I do not have much
experience in law but I am a fast learner and I would like it very much to show my great interest in
your firm. I would like to be a secretary at your firm as I am discreet and hardworking. Please
consider my applications for your firm as I think of myself to be the right person for the job.
If there are any questions regarding my applications, please contact me at 212121212 during
business hours or leave a message at my home number, 0214241214.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,
Jane Smith

ANEXA 7

INTERVIEW
(questions to consider)

1. How would you describe yourself?

2. Why did you leave your last job?

3. What are your goals and objectives?


4. What do you see yourself doing five years from now? Ten years from now?

5. What do you really want to do in life?

6. How do you plan to achieve your career goals?

7. What are the most important rewards you expect in your career?

8. Why did you choose this career?

9. How well do you work with people? Do you prefer working alone or in teams?

10. Have you ever had difficulty with a supervisor? How did you resolve the conflict?

11. How would a good friend describe you?


12. Describe the best job you've ever had.
13. Why should I hire you?
14. What do you think it takes to be successful in a company like ours?
15. In what ways do you think you can make a contribution to our company?
16. Do you have any hobbies?
17. Do you consider yourself a leader?
18. What are the attributes of a good leader?
19. Which is more important: creativity or efficiency? Why?
20. What's the most recent book you've read?
21. How do you work under pressure?
22. How well do you adapt to new situations?
23. Why did you decide to seek a position in this company?
24. What can you tell us about our company?
25. What two or three things are most important to you in your job?
26. What are your expectations regarding promotions and salary increases?
27. Are you willing to relocate?
28. Are you willing to travel for the job?
29. What have you learned from your mistakes?
30. What have you accomplished that shows your initiative and willingness to work?

ANEXA 8

SWOT Analysis

Strengths Weaknesses