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Test of English for International Communication El Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) es un examen de Inglés profesional para personas.

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2 Test of English for International Communication

3 El Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) es un examen de Inglés profesional para personas que no tienen el inglés como lengua materna. Mide las capacidades y competencias de los trabajadores en su entorno de laboral.ingléslengua materna ¿Qué es TOEIC?

4 Está diseñado para evaluar los conocimientos de inglés en un entorno profesional. Al igual que el TOEFL, este examen lo realiza ETS (Educational Testing Service), una empresa norteamericana con sede en Princeton (New Jersey).TOEFLETS A nivel mundial cada año realizan TOEIC 5,5 millones de personas, siendo el test de medición de Inglés profesional más empleado en el mundo. ¿Qué es TOEIC?

5 Es una versión simplificada de TOEIC que apunta a un inglés básico en intermedio y consiste en 100 preguntas de selección múltiple con un puntaje máximo de 180 puntos El TOEIC Bridge se utilizó en Chile como parte del SIMCE ¿Qué es TOEIC BRIDGE?

6 Uno de los objetivos del Programa de Inglés de DUOC UC es certificar que sus alumnos poseen un nivel del idioma inglés adecuado para desenvolverse en el mundo laboral en Chile y el extranjero. TOEIC y TOEIC Bridge son una forma auténtica de hacerlo pues son exámenes con estándares y validación internacionales. ¿Por qué TOEIC Bridge?

7 Competencias relacionadas con la comunicación oral & auditiva Competencias relacionadas con la lecto – escritura ESCUCHAR HABLAR LEER ESCRIBIR ¿Qué mide el TOEIC Bridge?

8 TIEMPO Datos Personales Desarrollo de sección Auditiva Desarrollo de Sección Escrita Instrucciones de sección Escrita Instrucciones de sección Auditiva 30 MINUTOS 25 MINUTOS 35 MINUTOS 1 hora 1, 30 horas

9 ESTRUCTURA Competencias relacionadas con la comunicación oral & auditiva Duración: 25 minutos 50 preguntas 3 partes Guiada por una grabación que no se repite, no se retrocede y el tiempo entre preguntas esta cronometrado dentro de la misma grabación, para que puedan contestar. PRIMERA SECCIÓNSEGUNDA SECCIÓN Competencias relacionadas con la lecto – escritura Duración: 35 minutos 50 preguntas 2 partes Trabajo a ritmo propio con tiempo límite Parte 1 Fotografías / 15 preguntas Preguntas & Respuestas / 20 preguntas Conversaciones Cortas / 15 preguntas Parte 2 Parte 3 Parte 4 Frases Incompletas / 30 preguntas Parte 5 Compresión de Lectura / 20 preguntas

10 FORMATO

11 100 preguntas de selección múltiple 25 formas posibles todas equivalentes. Formato lápiz y papel. Duración: 1,30 horas. Dos secciones: Auditiva & Lectura Consta de: 1 cuadernillo, hoja de Respuestas, cuestionario de antecedentes, Material de Audio, lápiz grafito n°2, Goma de borrar. No se descuenta por respuestas malas. Se sugiere contestar la mayor cantidad de preguntas. Toda la prueba tiene indicaciones tanto en la grabación como en el cuadernillo. Adicionalmente se dan las instrucciones en el idioma nativo para asegurarnos que puedan dar una buena prueba. Se sugiere siempre contestar directamente en el cuadernillo. No hay tiempo para traspasar respuestas.

12 CERTIFICADO

13 BENEFICIOS Comprender el valor de las Competencias en inglés en el mundo Laboral. Importante herramienta de gestión curricular: Factor diferenciador que permite potenciar la visibilidad de nuestras competencias a través un indicador claro, preciso y concreto. Favorece empleabilidad – Nuestra experiencia con nuestros clientes en procesos de selección. Bolsa de Trabajo. Punto de partida para iniciar mi capacitación: ¿Dónde estoy? Permite fijar nuevas metas en el proceso de aprendizaje concretas y alcanzables: ¿Para dónde voy? Monitorea el progreso en el proceso de aprendizaje: ¿Cómo voy?

14 I don´t like working on weekends

15 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? Eight Important Job Skills p. 64 Which of these skills do you think are the most important? Why? Which skills do you have?

16 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … marine biologist?

17 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … flight attendant?

18 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … detective?

19 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … professor?

20 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … travel and tourism employee?

21 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … programmer at Apple?

22 1. Can you solve problems? 2. Do you work well with people? 3. Can you use a computer? 4. Can you teach others how to do things? 5. Are you good at math and science? 6. Can you manage money well? 7. Do you speak other languages? 8. Can you manage other people? What is the most important job skill for a/an … accountant?

23 LISTENLISTEN 22 Conversation – I need a job! B. What else does the job require?

24 NOTES

25 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES In English, a gerund is a verb that ends in –ing. In English, a gerund is a verb that ends in –ing. walking walking talking talking working working

26 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When you talk about something youre good at (que haces bien) or something that you like or love, and also something you hate, its common to use a gerund. When you talk about something youre good at (que haces bien) or something that you like or love, and also something you hate, its common to use a gerund. I like traveling. I like traveling. I hate working on weekends. I hate working on weekends. Im good at using a computer. Im good at using a computer.

27 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When a person says an affirmative statement (doesnt have a negative word) you can agree or disagree: When a person says an affirmative statement (doesnt have a negative word) you can agree or disagree: ejemplo 1 I love working on weekends. AGREEDISAGREE So do I. Me too. I do too. Oh, I dont. Oh, not me. Really? Not me.

28 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When a person says an affirmative statement (doesnt have a negative word) you can agree or disagree: When a person says an affirmative statement (doesnt have a negative word) you can agree or disagree: ejemplo 2 I am good at using a computer. AGREEDISAGREE So am I. I am too. Me too. Gee, Im not. Not me.

29 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. How do you know something is negative? dont (do not) cant (cannot)

30 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. ejemplo 1 I dont mind working long hours.AGREEDISAGREE Neither do I. Me neither. Well, I do.

31 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. ejemplo 2 Im not good at selling.AGREEDISAGREE Neither am I. I am.

32 GERUNDS WITH SHORT RESPONSES When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. When a person says an negative statement you can agree or disagree. ejemplo 3 Im not interested in talking on the phone.AGREEDISAGREE Neither am I. Oh, I am!

33 Practice 1. Im good at solving problems. ?affirmativenegative So am I. ?agreedisagree

34 Practice 2. I cant stand making mistakes. ?affirmativenegative I dont mind. ?agreedisagree

35 Practice 3. I love eating at McDonalds. ?affirmativenegative Gross! I dont. ?agreedisagree

36 Practice 4. I enjoy learning foreign languages. ?affirmativenegative I do too! ?agreedisagree

37 Practice 5. Selena loves listening to Justin Bieber. ?affirmativenegative Well, I dont. ?agreedisagree

38 Practice 6. Im not good at making decisions quickly. ?affirmativenegative Oh, I am. ?agreedisagree

39 1. lawyer

40 2. flight attendant

41 3. teacher

42 4. architect

43 5. salesperson

44 6. manager

45 7. accountant

46 8. videogame programmer

47 Activity 3, Part A 1. I dont like… 2. Im not very good at… 3. Im good at… 4. I hate… 5. I cant stand… 6. Im interested in… 7. I dont mind… 8. I enjoy…

48 Choosing the Gerund… 1. I… a. likes traveling often. b. like travel to other countries. c. like traveling often. 2. He used to … a. enjoy biking but now he dont. b. enjoy to bike but now he doesnt. c. enjoy biking but now he doesnt. 3. She… a. is good dancing. b. isnt good at dancing. c. dont like dancing. 4. My mom… a. hate cooking dinner all the time. b. like cooking dinner all the time. c. hates cooking dinner all the time. 5. John … a. dont like going to class on Monday. b. doesnt enjoy to take tests. c. hates doing projects.

49 Activity 5, p. 66 LISTEN 25 LISTEN Activity 3, p. 71 LISTEN 29 LISTEN

50 Activity 6, p. 66 Pair work: IN ENGLISH, ask your partner how they feel about each chore.

51 The Chilean government is offering a robot to all students! The robot can do only 2 chores for you. Decide which ones from Part A on p. 66 you want it to do for you. I want the robot to do my homework for me. I hate doing my homework. FIRST SENTENCE FIRST SENTENCE Use the infinitive of the verb SECOND SENTENCE SECOND SENTENCE Use the gerund

52 Google

53 Top 10 Reasons to Work at Google. 1. Lend a helping hand. With millions of visitors every month, Google has become an essential part of everyday life – like a good friend – connecting people with the information they need to live great lives. 2. Life is beautiful. Being a part of something that matters and working on products in which you can believe is remarkably fulfilling. 3. Appreciation is the best motivation, so weve created a fun and inspiring workspace youll be glad to be a part of, including on-site doctor; massage and yoga; professional development opportunities; shoreline running trails; and plenty of snacks to get you through the day. 4. Work and play are not mutually exclusive. It is possible to code and pass the puck at the same time. 5. We love our employees, and we want them to know it. Google offers a variety of benefits, including a choice of medical programs, company- matched 401(k), stock options, maternity and paternity leave, and much more.

54 Top 10 Reasons to Work at Google. 6. Innovation is our bloodline. Even the best technology can be improved. We see endless opportunity to create even more relevant, more useful, and faster products for our users. Google is the technology leader in organizing the worlds information. 7. Good company everywhere you look. Googlers range from former neurosurgeons, CEOs, and U.S. puzzle champions to alligator wrestlers and Marines. No matter what their backgrounds, Googlers make for interesting cube mates. 8. Uniting the world, one user at a time. People in every country and every language use our products. As such we think, act, and work globally – just our little contribution to making the world a better place. 9. Boldly go where no one has gone before. There are hundreds of challenges yet to solve. Your creative ideas matter here and are worth exploring. Youll have the opportunity to develop innovative new products that millions of people will find useful. 10. There is such a thing as a free lunch after all. In fact we have them every day: healthy, yummy, and made with love.

55 VIDEO Mountain View, California Googles Headquarters

56 Interchange 10 Dream Job With a partner 1 st person: hiring manager Write several questions for the interview. Useful Questions Use vocabulary p. 64/65 2 nd person: applicant Write responses to the interview questions. Use job description Use vocabulary such as job traits on p. 64

57 Word Power, p. 67 Personality Traits bad-tempered creative critical disorganized efficient forgetful generous hardworking impatient level-headed moody punctual reliable strict ListeningListening 26, Part C

58 Perspectives, p. 67 Listening LISTEN 27 What would you choose? Why?

59 Grammar Focus, p. 68 Clauses with because The word because introduces a cause or a reason. Id make a good journalist because Im good at writing. I could be a teacher because Im very creative. I wouldnt want to be a teacher because Im very impatient. I could never be a stokebroker because I cant make decisions quickly. PART A

60 Could you be… I wouldnt want to be a (job) because… I would never be a (job) because… Id like to be a (job) because… I could be a (job) because… I couldnt be a (job) because… Id make a good (job) because…

61 Prepare for the QUIZ! (Second class next week!) Unit 10 Written Quiz: Activity 3 Listening (p. 71) Activity 4 Discussion (p. 71) Unit 9 and 10 Oral Quiz Unit 9 Activity 1 Speaking (p. 70) Unit 9 Activity 2 Game (p. 70) List of questions for the quiz (next class)


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