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Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers:
Get a Job, The Silhouettes:
The want ads: Monster.com, craigslist, just do a search – you’ll probably have to apply in person, unless you’re going for an upper level management position.
LinkedIn not available in Russia. (It’s servers are not located within the country.)
The Application: Places like McDonald’s often have applications that can replace the resume; you should still have a resume.
The Resume (CV): This is a listing of your work, education and other experiences. We don’t use the term CV; that’s used in Europe.
Tell me about yourself.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
What is your greatest weakness?
What is your greatest strength?
What motivates you?
Tell me about a time that you failed.
Why do you want to work here?
How many couches are there in America? (What? Seriously. But you still have to answer it.)
Chip and Dale Sing-along:
What do you like about Blagoveshchensk?
Why do you want to move to or visit America?
What challenges do you expect?
How can you make it happen?
Chip n Dale’s Rescue Rangers:
One-on-One, Round and Round:
Hi, my name is _______.
I’m a ______.
My favorite rock song is _____. ((Or) My favorite _____ song is ______)
Queen, debut album (1973): They used AC30 watt amplifiers the same type the Beatles used.
Read about “Creativity and Queen’s Freddie Mercury”: https://medium.com/@shadexaminer/creativity-with-queens-freddie-mercury-6db3f3b14acc
We Will Rock You:
Somebody to Love:
Another One Bites the Dust:
We Are the Champions:
Under Pressure with David Bowie: Beat was used by Rapper Vanilla Ice for his song “Ice, Ice, Baby”
Flash Gordon (1980) soundtrack
Highlander movie and TV Series
Queen on the free concert – They were only going to get 30 pounds each anyway.
Freddie Mercury on John Lennon: (His response is a bit surprised, and he hesitates to find the right words. It’s okay to rephrase if you get off on the wrong track.) “It’s not a matter of less talent or more talent. It’s just that certain people are capable of doing certain things better than somebody else… John Lennon was just unique and a one-off… I admire John Lennon very much.” Mercury wants to be true to himself.
The Rolling Stones, debut album (1964), name from Muddy Waters song:
Read about Creativity Lessons with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards: https://medium.com/@shadexaminer/creativity-lessons-with-the-rolling-stones-keith-richards-and-mick-jagger-73ff9cd96def
Jumping Jack Flash: Whoopie Goldberg film, Otherworld TV series.
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction: Justine Bateman movie.
Paint It Black
It’s only Rock N Roll (but I like It) with David Bowie:
Start Me Up:
Sympathy for the Devil: Jagger based his portrait of Satan as “a may-yun of way-elth and tay-ste” in part on Mikhail Bulgakov’s satirical novel The Master and Margarita. But he made the role his own.
The Beatles, debut album 1963, (The Oneders) They are the standard; they were the first to make it big from England to the U.S.:
Back in the USSR:
Across the Universe (also a movie) and in Pleasantville:
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Paul Is Dead?):
Blackbird (Civil Rights):
Hard Day’s Night:
Yesterday – the most covered song in history:
Can’t Buy Me Love movie
Yellow Submarine movie
Musicians on the Beatles:
Downloadable Scrabble game board and pieces. https://busyteacher.org/9830-old-scrabble-board-game.html
U.S. programs in Russia: https://ru.usembassy.gov/education-culture/
U.S. Visa guidelines: https://ru.usembassy.gov/visas/