• To provide writing practice accuracy in the context of work experience.
• To provide speaking fluency in the context of work experience.
Procedure (36-54 minutes)
• T greets the students. Say, “Hello, how are you friends?” • Write fifteen letters of the alphabet randomly on the board and asks students. • Ss are divided into two groups. • T asks the first group to think of a job name starting with one of the letters e.g. teacher. • Ss get a point for the correct answer. • Then, the next group’s turn to think a new job, no repeated job). • The game finished when all letters left.
• Ask Ss what they think will be good and bad features of working. e.g Likes ( Getting pay, meeting people) Dislikes( low wages, long hours) • Ss give more examples. • Ss give their opinions. • T clarifies the meaning and the stress of some words. • T monitors and gives feedback.
• Ss match the beginning of the six sentences in column A to the correct endings in column B. • Ss work individually and then check their answers in pairs. •T gives feedback.
• T gives instructions about the HO in which they write the words from the box in empty space to complete the phrases. • Ss work individually • Ss check their answers with their partner. • T monitors and gives feedback to the whole class • Ss read their full sentences. • T monitors and gives feedback.
• T asks Ss to look at the six topics and talk about someone they know who • is out of work, doesn’t need to earn a living and so on. • Ss work in pairs. • T monitors and gives feedback.
• T asks students to write a full paragraph about one of their relatives or friends who • Has an interesting career • Ha had lots of different jobs • Has a very responsible job. • Loves/hates her/his work. • Is out of work • Doesn’t need to earn a living. • T gives students different topics to choose and write. • T sets a time limit and when they finish ask students to come to the board and write their paragraphs. • T monitors and gives feedback.
T monitors and gives his feedback.