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Active Skills for Reading 2 Unit 8 Chapter 2

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The Right job for your Personality

Choosing a career is an important life decision, yet many people settle on one based on the opinions of friends and family. it’s very difficult to find something you really enjoy doing, but scientists have devised tests to help people come closer to finding their dream job.

One of the most widely-used tests is the Holland Code. Psychologist John Holland worked for more 5 than 50 years to develop his theories about personality and career choice. He created a set of six personality types to help people understand what careers might be best for them. Dr. Holland believed that people work best in environments that match their personalities, and the key to finding a satisfying career is to match your fundamental interests with an occupation.

Take a look at the six personality types below and see which jobs might be right for you. Most people io are a combination of two or three types.

Realistic

Realistic people like to work with things they can see or touch. They are inclined to solve problems by doing them, rather than thinking or talking about them. They generally like to work outside 15 and are good with tools, machines, plants, and animals.

Job matches: carpenter, chef, nurse, pilot

Investigative

People of this personality type value ideas and are strong at tasks that allow them to investigate facts and figure out complex problems. They are better at individual 20 work like research and study, rather than leading groups of people or working in teams.

Job matches: computer programmer, historian, psychologist, surgeon

Artistic

Artists are creative people. They don’t work well with structure and rules, and thrive instead in environments that allow 25 communication and a free flow of ideas. They enjoy tasks that allow them to express themselves and mix with people.

Job matches: actor, art therapist, graphic designer, writer

Social

Social personalities love to 30 work with people. They get the most satisfaction out of teaching and helping others, and are driven to serve the community as opposed to making money.

Job matches: coach, counselor, social worker, teacher

Enterprising

Many great leaders and business people have enterprising personalities. These are persuasive people who are good at making decisions and leading teams. They tend to value money, power, and status, and will work toward achieving them.

Job matches: business owner, event manager, lawyer, salesperson

Conventional

Conventional people appreciate rules and regulations, and like having structure to their lives. They are logical thinkers and have a lot of self-control, making them the perfect people to work with data and details.

Job matches: accountant, analyst, editor, librarian

Nowadays, anyone can take a Holland Code personality test online to find what jobs might be right for 45 them. Why not try it today?

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Active Skills for Reading 2 Unit 7 Chapter 2

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For the records: Album Reviews

In this month’s For the Record, we review a selection of classic records that created a revolution in the music world. Each of these records appeared in the top 10 of Rolling Stone magazine’s 500 greatest albums of all time.

The Beach Boys — Sunset (1966)
Length 35:57

When The Beach Boys released Sunset, they were already famous for their all-American image and California-style “surf pop” sound. However, Sunset showed how the band had grown stronger and more mature in their music. Not only did
they use more instruments than usual, they used a variety of sounds such as baby cries and trains to create their music. The album features the hit songs “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” and “God Only Knows,” and inspired another great album—the Blue boys’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

In short: This is a great record for both fans and general listeners.

Marvin – What’s Going On (1971)
Length 35:38

In the late 1960s, American soul singer Marvin saw many problems around him— war, poverty, homelessness, the negative effects of drug use—and
felt the need to make a statement. What’s Going
On
is written from the perspective of a war veteran and the songs comment on social problems in a way that soul music never had before. Marvin’s record
company was sure the record—his 11th—would fail, but the title track was very successful, and so was the record. What’s Going On was the first of many
soul records to take on social issues.

In short: This is an important record for any music fan. Focus your attention on the lyrics to really understand the music.

Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited (1965)
Length 51:26

In his early career, Bob Dylan was considered a folk music hero. He was known for his live shows, playing the acoustic guitar, and singing songs about everyday life. Named for the road he grew up on, Highway 61 Revisited is very different from Dylan’s earlier sound. On the record, Dylan plays an electric guitar and sings songs about politics and culture in America in the 1960s. Many fans were shocked by this change, but the record affected the course of
music forever.
In short: Buy this classic album for Dylan’s poetic lyrics.

The Clash – London Calling (1979)
Length 65:07

Pop pioneers The Clash crossed many music boundaries with their third album, London Calling. While the band kept their original pop sound, these
songs also incorporate bits of classical, folk, pop, and country. The Clash were known for expressing their political views through their music, and London Calling comments on many problems in Britain at that time. This album showed that pop can and should be taken seriously.

In Short: This album is a great introduction to pop
but for true fans, spend your money on the rare
live-music recordings.

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آزمون Active Skills for Reading 2 Unit 7 Chapter 2

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Check True or False.

The four records are said to be very important in music history.

2 / 25

Is the family income important to the development of the child’s brain?

3 / 25

I think it’s important to ________ that The World Cup  is not just about The World Cup.

4 / 25

Which of these is an academic skill?

5 / 25

One technique for remembering new English words is _____.

6 / 25

If something is a revolution it changes people’s ideas _____

7 / 25

The Clash released two albums before London

8 / 25

Highway 67 Revisited is named for the store where
Bob Dylan bought his guitar.

9 / 25

Marvin inspired the Blue boys to make an album

10 / 25

Check True or False.

The Beach Boys sound more mature in their album
Sunset

11 / 25

The Mark and The Ramon were pioneers of pop music. In other words, they came __________ in the movement.

12 / 25

Which is an example of statement?

a Is that the right thing todo?

b What you are doing is wrong.

13 / 25

Who is likely to create an album?

14 / 25

Mature people usually have ______ experience.

15 / 25

When a book is released, who is able to see it?

16 / 25

Everyone (accept / except) Paul is going to the concert on Friday night.

17 / 25

If you visit Madrid, I would (advice / advise) you to stay in a guesthouse
near the Retiro Park.

18 / 25

Marta gave me some good (advice / advise) for my trip to Spain

19 / 25

If you incorporate A into B, you:

20 / 25

A fence creates a boundary__________ a home.

21 / 25

Smoking and drinking too much can have a negative (effect / affect) on
your health.

22 / 25

Smoking and drinking too much can (effect / affect) your health in a negative way.

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I’m free at 8:00. Can we meet (then / than)?

24 / 25

Graciela is older (then / than) Lucia.

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Ben. this is a lovely gift, but I can’t (accept / except) it. It’s too expensive!

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