Further job vocabulary practice
To introduce emergency jobs and to practice their vocabulary.
Practice reading and review personal language information from previous lessons
To translate and know their own jobs in English and through that get to know each other better
To practice the indefinite article a and an.
Procedure (34-44 minutes)
Using WB and alphabet cards, do choral drills of letters and words given, and possibly other simple concepts, according to that lesson
Teacher will say: "I am a teacher. What is your job?". Write on WB. Do choral drill of the two sentences. Ask 2-3 students "What is your job?" Let them use the format given on WB. Give attention to the use of the article. After this let them use these sentences among themselves to tell what their job is. If people do not know, let them use dictionary to find their job. Do FB by asking some of them what their job is. (if there is time, write each job on WB and let ss repeat)
First, if not already done, using number 1-6 divide them into new 6 groups and move them around in order to see them practice with new people (should be four in each group). Then start the stage with audio of an emergency siren. Paste the slip "Emergency workers" unto WB and let them repeat. Define emergency by using related vocabulary such as "accident, fire, fast, life-saving". After this, one by one stick the slips with emergency job labels unto WB and do choral drill of each job to demonstrate the pronunciation. After this display the pictures by using the OHP and let them connect the label to the picture. Make sure they pronounce the letters correctly (and make this a small review of Aussie's lesson of the letters).
Give the handout to each student with the text and the pictures. Read loud through the text while they read too, to demonstrate, through all 5 paragraphs. Make sure they know they should read with you and listen Read and listen. Use gestures. After reading explain their task. Demonstrate the first one- Sylvie. Chest the paper, point to the first paragraph. Ask the class "Which picture is Sylvie?" They will give the answer and I will correct if necessary. Maybe introduce a word/thing that belongs to a doctor. Now let them read to one another one more time and in pairs decide which picture belongs to who. FB is done as WC as T will ask one ss from each group to give an answer.
Divide them into pairs. On the handout there will be a chart stating the name, country and job. They should now complete that chart together. On WB draw the chart and write the sentences above each block: "Her/His/Their name(s) is/are.... She/He/They is/are from.... He/She/They is/are a/an/.....(s) Make sure they use English as they talk together in pairs. Turkish is forbidden.
Let them listen to the CD, exercise 1.41. Do FB. Remember to drill a/an.