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11. Sınıf Meb Yayınları İngilizce Ders Kitabı Sayfa 45 Cevabı 2017 – 2018 Yeni Müfredat

11. Sınıf Meb Yayınları İngilizce Ders Kitabı Sayfa 45 Cevabı 

In the professional world, a gap year is a year off between high school and college or university. Sometimes it is the break after graduating from the university before starting the first job. It usually means travelling, volunteering or working abroad. Often it means all three!
Gap Years originally started in the United Kingdom in the 1970’s as a way to fill the 7 or 8 month-gap between final exams and the beginning of university. Gap Years came to the United States in the early 1980’s. The U.K., Australia, New Zealand, The US, Canada and South Africa are the countries where taking a gap year is popular.
Do you think a gap year addresses an academic burnout? Or are they simply time out or backpacking? Or are they real miracle steps to help you climb higher in your career? No matter which you believe, it’s about living life to its fullest. You’ll realise that there is a world of opportunity out there just waiting to be explored without doubt.
Here are two teenagers planning a gap year:
Jack, The U.K
I have been thinking about taking a gap year for a couple of years and decided now is the time. I’ll get Spanish speaking accent. For the first three months, I’m going to do a training course to become a ski instructor. When I’m certified, I’ll stay and work for a hotel. I’m sure I will burn the candles at both ends. But it is really worth. I will earn about 5.000 Argentine Pesos monthly (nearly €300) which is not blinding but still fairly good as I will be having free accommodation and 3 meals a day. Without a shadow of a doubt, it will be the perfect gap year job for me and I’ll have tons of stories on my way home.
I can hardly wait to go to Zambia for my gap year job. I’m going to join a team of volunteers to teach English to kids aged 9-12 in Kibombomene Primary School. The project is going to be for 7 months. I’m dying to see the rich wildlife, magnificent forests, and the astonishing Victoria Falls. With a love for kids and a desire to travel, this project will combine two of my passions together perfectly. Mainly I’ll assist in teaching English on individual or small
group basis. I’ll help with games, school events, trips and art activities as well. Shortly, I’ll wear many hats. For sure, this experience will provide me with valuable new skills that any school director will be impressed by.

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