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You work in a careers advice centre of a university. You advise students about career choices and provide information about employment opportunities.
With your team:
· Select a medium to a large-sized company in your town/city
· Consult the company’s website for general, background information
· Find some copies of any job advertisements they have posted recently
· Make a training for students willing to get job in this company: name the positions and qualifications required, give some tips on writing a proper resume for this particular job, tell about selection procedures and short-listing of candidates. Present your findings to the class
Unit IV. BUSINESS TRIP
I. Answer the following questions
· Have you ever traveled abroad? Did you go by train, by air, by sea, by car? What was the purpose of your visit?
· What documents do you usually have to show at the customs? What sort of questions are you usually asked by customs officials?
· Have you ever bought anything in a duty-free shop? What was it?
· Have you ever experienced cultural differences when you travel?
II. Read and translate the following quotations. Express your point of view (agree/disagree)
“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page”
“A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving”.
“The traveler sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he has come to see”.
Translate the words and phrases and try to pronounce them correctly.
I. Skim the text to grasp the general idea.
Tourism: the biggest business in the world
Tourism is one of the biggest businesses in the world. There are nearly 800 million international tourist arrivals every year. it employs, directly or indirectly, one in fifteen of all workers worldwide, from A to Z, from airport cleaners to zookeepers, and includes bar staff, flight attendants, tour guides, and resort reps. It is a huge part of the economy of many countries-in countries such as the Bahamas, over 60% of the economy is based on tourism.
Tourism is a fast-growing business. When Thomas Cook organized his first excursion from Leicester to Loughborough in 1841, he probably didn’t know what he was starting. Key developments in the last 150 years or so have led to the rise of mass tourism. There have been technological developments in transport, in particular the appearance of air travel and charter flights. There have been changes in working practices, with workers getting paid holiday time and working shorter and more flexible hours.
In recent years we have seen the growth of the Internet and globalization, making the world seems a smaller but very fascinating place. The tourism industry grows faster and faster each year. In 1950, there were 25 million international tourist arrivals. In 2004 it is predicted to be 1.6 billion.
But what are the challenges today? The tourism industry is affected by many different things: international events, economic change, changes in fashion. New concerns and worries appear every year, for example as people become more worried about security and international terrorism, or as the value of their currency changes. But new destinations and new sources of tourists also seem to emerge every year.
Tourism survives. It is a powerful and sometimes dangerous force in the modern world. Tourism creates many good jobs and careers, but it also produces many poor and badly paid jobs. Tourism can help to protect environments and animal life, but it can also damage them. Tourism can save cultures and local way of life, but it can also destroy them. Tourism can change countries and people for the better, but it can also change them for the worse.
Tourism is one of the biggest industries in the world. It is perhaps also the most important.
Robin Walker, Keith Harding, Tourism1, Oxford University Press
I. Scan the text and find the English equivalents to the following words and word combinations. Explain the following words in English. Make up your own sentences with these words.
бортпроводник/стюард, ключевые моменты, в частности, чартерный рейс, гибкий график работы, преграда/препятствие, безопасность, курс обмена валют, пункт назначения, появляться.
II. Discuss these statements with a partner. Write T (true) or F (false).
1. One in fifty of all workers are employed in tourism related industries.
2. The number of international tourism arrivals will more than double between 2004 and 2020.
3. Tourists often worry about international security.
4. Tourism has only had a good influence on the modern world.
III. Which of the following topics does the text discuss?
1. mass tourism
2. technological developments
3. tourism industry
IV. In pairs, answer and discuss these questions.
1. What do these numbers refer to?
b. 25 million
c. 760 million
d. 1.6 billion
2. What are the four positive and four negative effects of tourism mentioned in the article?
3. Which of the key developments in tourism do you think were the most important?
4. Can you think of some recent international events that have affected the tourism industry?
5. Do you think tourism is a positive or a negative influence in the world?
I. In the two columns match the words on the left with those on the right to make word partnerships about travel.
1. business A baggage
2. expense B difference
3. duty C class
4. time D claim
5. boarding E free
6. excess F fare
7. hand G lounge
8. taxi H luggage
9. departure I agents
10. travel J card
II. Use some expressions from exercise I. and complete these dialogues:
1. What’s the……………………………..between here and New York? Six hours, I think.
2. If you have got the moment, can you ring…..and book me a seat on the morning flight to Geneva?
You’ll be flying………………………….as usual, I suppose?
3. Can I see your………………………………………….sir?
Yes, of course. Here you are.
Is that bag yours?
Yes it is.
I’ll have to put it in the hold, I’m afraid. You are only allowed one piece of…..in the cabin.
4. Thanks for the perfume, Tom. It must have cost a fortune.
Well, actually, I bought it in the………………………shop at Athens airport.
5. By the way, how much is the……………….from the airport to your office?
About $15, I think. It depends on the route the driver takes.
III. Use these verbs to complete the sentences.
1. You must phone the airport to……………..your flight 24 hours before departure.
2. Passengers for Turin should…………………………………..at the Antalia desk.
3. If you wish to…a car on landing, please speak to one of our ground staff on arrival.
4. It’s best to….your money before you leave for the States. You’ll get a better rate here.
5. Don’t worry. I’ll arrange for our driver....you at the airport and take you to our office.
6. Look, it’s nearly eleven o’clock. If we don’t get a move on we’ll……...our flight.
7. If I’m in Singapore, I usually…………………………….at the Royal Park Hotel.
8. What time does your flight……………………………………………in Brussels?
IV.Choose the right variant.
1. Our tour (guide/conductor) was amazing! He knew so much about the city!
2. When you arrive in a new country, you often have to go through (customs/custom) at the airport.
3. Travelling first (level/class) is very expensive.
4. I wanted to buy train tickets, but the ticket (office/bureau) was closed.
5. Are you here on vacation? No. I’m here on (affairs/business).
6. We plan to do some (sightseeing/see-sights) while we are in Chicago.
7. I left my bag in a (locker/lock) at the train station.
8. You have to check (in/on) at the airport three hours before your flight.
9. Is the room air (cold/conditioned)?
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