9月变题季的雅思口语Part2新题范文，智思教育今天会为大家一一揭晓。本篇为雅思口语Part2范文:Describe a person who is good at his/her job。
Describe a person who is good at his/her job
Who this person is
What the job is
How does this person like his/her job
Why this person is good at this job
I would like to talk about my economics teacher, Mr. Tao, who teaches my class in university. There is no denying that he really put a lot of effort into his job, which is the reason why I respect him so much. When I stepped into my first year in university, I knew nothing about economy and found it quite boring. Mr. Tao was the one who showed me how interesting the economic world can be. He had a different way of teaching other than just giving handouts or notes to students. Before every class, he prepared a series of unusual activities such as two-side solitaires. Once in class, he gave every one an empty cup and a full bottle of coke. The game was about figuring out the timing when you felt the most satisfied with the amount of coke given each time. No one would expect at the beginning the aim of the game was to let us experience how to apply real business skills when selling a product, which was the charming point why Mr. Tao's lessons attracted to so many of us. As you can see, he is an adorable and special teacher who is willing to interact with students as well as lively passing on useful knowledge by practice to students.
How should young people perform on their first jobs?
Usually, young people are lack of experience when they first step into society. It's not uncommon to see that they make mistakes doing their first job or mess up the relationship with colleagues.
How can people improve their job performance?
Hard work makes progress. What's more, a positive initiative is also the key to improving working efficiency. There's no short cut to the success. The more time you put into your job, the greater you'll perform hence the more it will pay back to you.
What skill set should a manager have?
Firstly, a manager should have the responsibility for overseeing the business according to profitability. Secondly, a manager is supposed to produce a pleasant working environment by encouraging employees properly to work as a team.
Do you think what you’ve learnt in university is going to help in your future job?
Of course. I chose my major subject, Chemical Engineering in university based on my personal interest in Chemistry and my plan for future career, which is to design new cosmetics. Admittedly, the knowledge I've learned from university courses would be helpful in those technical researches.