1. Read the audiotranscript
with a partner or change some of the information to adapt it to
Write a paragraph describing your extracurricular activities that
are relevant to study. View the accompanying Power Point presentation
on details of how to write this paragraph.
3. Write four questions
beginning with "Where" when asking someone about one's
extracurricular activities that are relevant to study, and then
answer them. The question does not have to come directly from
the listening exercise.
Example: Where did Jerry learn how to assume a leading role in
Answer: A social service organization that hosted summer youth
Example: Where did you decide to hold the university event?
Answer: At the university stadium
4. Ask a person
two questions beginning with "Where" about his or her extracurricular
activities during university. Write down each question and its
one or two sentence reply. You can select from among the following
questions from the above listening exercise as models for the
questions that you ask: Where did Jerry participate in a social
service organization that held summer youth camps?
Where did Jerry become involved in helping youth?
Where did Jerry acquire the unique leadership opportunity to help
Where did Jerry learn how to execute a comprehensive camp schedule
by closely collaborating with others?
Where did Jerry learn how to closely collaborate with others?
Where did students learn how to foster their communicative skills?
Where did Jerry come into contact with other youth volunteers
Where did Jerry learn how to develop his leadership skills?
Where did Jerry realize the importance of doing volunteer work?
Where did Jerry become aware of his social responsibilities?