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2017 – 2018 Eğitim Öğretim dönemiyle beraber pek çok ders ve çalışma kitabı değişti. Değişen ders kitaplarından biri de “İngilizce Meb Yayınları Yes You Can B2.1 Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları” oldu. Kitabı incelediğimizde ise Hatice Selcan AĞIRBAŞ, Kader UYANIK BEKTAŞ, Zülal İŞBİLEN tarafından 79 sayfa olarak kaleme alındığını görüyoruz. Kitapta görseller ön plana çıkarılmış ve görsel tasarım ise Taner SARIÇAM, Rabia DALGIÇ EKİCİ tarafından yapılmış.

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SORULAR

A. Read an article about the importance of personalities to achieve a career. Match the definitions with the bold words in the text.
1. conforming strictly to rule or proper form
2. someone whose career progresses rapidly
3. shy or reserved
4. an odd, fanciful or capricious idea
5. to rule over or control arrogantly
6. a statistician who computes commercial risks
7. gentle or kind
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Are you outgoing or introverted? How about mild-mannered and detail-oriented? While in many cases physical and skill requirements or financial reasons will greatly impact your career choice, your personality should also play a major role when it comes to selecting the right job for you. People who choose to work in an environment similar to their personality type are more likely to be successful and safisfied. Imagine you are an introvert by nature, and you choose journalism as your career? Would you be able to talk to people, make stories, and interact with your ‘sources’ on daily basis? Your answer will be NO. Or imagine you’re a career counsellor or a psychologist, but instead of being a good listener, you just can’t keep your mouth shut. So it is important to choose a career that suits your personality. Also, if you choose a career that doesn’t süit your personality you become confused, unhappy and burned out. No one wants a job that makes them unhappy.
This article demonstrates various personality types and offers career paths that may best appeal to their individual personality traits
1. Realistic (Doer) A realistic person prefers physical activities that require skill, strength, and coordination. Typically he is genuine, stable, conforming, and practical. For example, he particularly values people who are practical and mechanical-who are good at working with tools, mechanical or electrical drawings, machines, or animals. He is comfortable at working alone and prefers doing to talking. Example professions include: architect, farmer, engineer, pilot, electrician, orthodontist and poliçe officer.
2. Investigative (Thinker) Do you think of yourself as scientific, precise, and analytical? Then you are an investigative person. An investigative person is good at developing intellectually rigorous solutions to problems and likes to gafher a lof of Information before making decisions. Also he quesfions ideas that aren’f backed up by rational dafa. He prefers fhinking, organizing, undersfanding, and persuading people. We’ve highlighted these top career picks for “investigative” folks who love to absorb detail, prefer logic over whimsy, and don’f mind working alone: professor, soffware developer, physician’s assisfanf, veferinarian, librarian, computer systems analyst, lawyer, and mathematician.
3. Artistic (Creator) An artistic person is creative, original, emotional and imaginative, as you might expect. Many people enjoy decorating their home, orchestrating a wardrobe, or singing under shower. But for some folks, creative inclinations are much more than hobbies. A true artistic person likes working with forms, designs and pafferns and also prefers less-sfrucfured seffings wifhouf following a clear set of rules. We’ve highlighted these top career picks for people with the artistic temperament: artist, musician, writer, graphic designer, director, interior designer, editor, dancer, and foreign language or literature teachers

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