Emmanuel Owusu Kyere Emmanuel Owusu Kyere

Practice Plan
Elementary level


Abc Gap-fill book
Abc Cardboard with names of some jobs.
Abc Gap-fill book
Abc Pictures about some professions

Main Aims

  • To introduce and provide practice in vocabulary for talking about jobs

Subsidiary Aims

  • To introduce and practise yes/no questions with ''to be''


Warmer (2-3 minutes) • To help me remember the names of students

I will first introduce myself and use a numbering game. I will give them numbers. If I mention your number, then the student mentions his or her name.

Revision (1-2 minutes) • To check if students understood the previous lesson

I will give ask some few questions about the previous lesson

Demonstration (5-6 minutes) • To activate schemata and engage students

I will show some pictures to the students and ask them to tell me the names of the jobs. I will sometimes demonstrate what they do, and where they work to students. I will also encourage students to say He's/She's Give some few examples about masculine and feminine professions

Students discussing in pairs (6-6 minutes) • To make students talk

I will give pictures out to the class and group them in pairs. They will ask each other about the pictures I will briefly do some open pair work as feedback

First Feedback (Impact on Students) (3-3 minutes) • To check if students remember

I will give cardboards with the names of the jobs to students. Ask them to stick the job names under the pictures

Spelling check (4-4 minutes) • To check if students can remember the spellings

Get students to come to the whiteboard to write the job names next to the pictures

Questions about ''to be'' (6-6 minutes) • To teach students on how to ask questions using ''to be''

Bring out yes/no questions

Feedback (Impact on Students) (7-8 minutes) • To check if students have understood how to ask questions with ''to be''

Give them exercise 5 from workbook.

Knowing other jobs (6-7 minutes) • To help students find their own jobs

Get students to find out their own jobs

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