To provide clarification and practice of different jobs in the UK in the context of people, different jobs.
To develop pronunciation through the context of jobs
To provide fluency speaking practice in a discussion about the precentage of women in different jobs in the UK in the context of jobs
Procedure (22-33 minutes)
Start the lesson saying "I am a TEACHER" and point on myself showing that "a" refers to just one person. Then, point at a group of people and say "they are TEACHERS" and make the suffix "s" clear to refer that we use it with plurals.
* Focus Ss attention on the words in the box of exercise 1. * Read the new words aloud, Ss will repeat after me. Ask Ss what they can see in these photos( getting the information from them). After they recognise that these photos show different jobs in the UK, telling them to work in pairs and match each photo with the correct word. * monitoring Ss during doing the task and giving help. * move to the next stage of exercise 1. Focusing their attention to the sentences below the pictures. * I'll read the first sentence then ask 2 confident Ss to read. * Telling Ss to write down sentences for the rest of the photos. * Playing track 27 to check all the answers. * play it again then Ss repeat. In exercise2, focusing Ss attention to the percentages in the table, then point to the photo and read " the percentage of women in these jobs(pointing to jobs on the right) in the UK. * Telling Ss to work in pairs to discuss and match each job with a percentage (referring that it's okay to make mistakes, they're just discussing and guessing). *playing track 28 to check the answers, asking Ss if these percentages are similar those in our country. *Using my sticky notes and put them on the board reminding Ss by the articles a,an, and the suffix s. * making sure that they can destiguish between a letter and a sound through the following formula: a\an = Sound of Letter e.g. I is a letter, but we pronounce it as / i:/ in the word information. Also the letter U is very tricky, as we pronounce it /ju:/. However the sound in the word UP is /^/. Thus, we use "an" with the word university. *reading the words in the box then tell Ss to complete the table with the jobs. *Working in pairs to check. Playing track 29 to check answers. Playing it again and Ss repeat.
Making sure that Ss can pronounce the new words correctly as some words may be difficult like the word "lawyer", "technician", and "nurses" . making sure that Ss can destiguish between a letter and a sound through the following formula: a\an = Sound of Letter e.g. I is a letter, but we pronounce it as / i:/ in the word information. Also the letter U is very tricky, as we pronounce it /ju:/. However the sound in the word UP is /^/. Thus, we use "an" with the word university.
Telling Ss to work in pairs discussing about the role of Egyptian women in different jobs, and whether they have seen a female taxi driver or not. Asking confident Ss to tell the class about their discussion.
Correcting the common mistakes of Ss which they have made in the productive task.