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Teste de inglês (4)

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  1. 1. English Workshee t Jobs Name:___________________________ Nº_______ Getting a full-time Job at 16 in Britain. You can leave school at 16 and get a job, but you can't work full time until the last Friday in June- even if you have turned 16 before this. There are also limitations on where you can work because of your age. For example, you won't be able to take a job which envolves driving, because you are not legally allowed to drive until you are 17. When thinking about getting a job when you leave school, you need to think about the future, not just the present. How about learning while you earn? Try to find a job which offers training even if it pays less! Getting a job with training that leads to a qualification will help you progress in your work and when the time comes to move you will have relevant experience and qualifications. When you apply for a job, make sure you ask what training or opportunities are available. You will need to find out whether it is “in-house” ( run by the company you are working for) or external (through a training provider, perhaps a college). If you are 16 or 17 and you do decide to take a job that isn't offering you training that leads to a qualification, you may be entitled to time off for study or training during normal working hours. If you decide you are going to look for a job at 16 when you finish Year 11, you will be entitled to receive the national minimum wage. www.connexions-direct.com (adapted) true or false? Correct the false sentences. 1) Young people in Britain can get a full time job the Friday after their 16th birthday. _________________________________________________________________________ 2) Young people in Britain can drive when they are 16. _________________________________________________________________________ 3) Some jobs have opportunities to learn while you work. _________________________________________________________________________ 4) Some jobs can give you time off work for training. _________________________________________________________________________ 5) All companies have training that they run themselves. _________________________________________________________________________ By Rute Santos at www.donaprofessoraeasmilfichas.blogspot.com adapted from New Wave5 – Teacher's Resources
  2. 2. answer the following questions according to the text. 1) Can you leave school at 16 in Britain? _______________________________________________________________________________ 2) What limitations are there on the kind of job you can do at 16? _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 3) What do you need to think about when you leave school? _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 4) What is important to discover when considering accepting a job? _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 5) What can you do if a job doesn't offer training? _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ find words in the text that mean the same as: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) permitted make money in a job improve your position outside have the right salary have you thought about your future? Write a small text about your future plans: will you go to college? Are you considering leaving school and getting a job? Write at least 60 words. ___________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ By Rute Santos at www.donaprofessoraeasmilfichas.blogspot.com adapted from New Wave5 – Teacher's Resources