Taher Taher

Jobs Lesson
Elementary level

Description

In this lesson, students learn about jobs through receptive skills framework using a text about jobs. This lesson starts with a lead-in in which i will project some photos of different jobs and get the students to talk about their parents jobs. Setting the context will be by projecting the photos of Seumas McSporran and ask the students about his different jobs. After that,Pre-teaching vocabs and reading for a gist. later the controlled practice and freer practice in which they will speak about their dream job.

Materials

Abc HO 3
Abc HO 2
Abc HO 1
Abc WB
Abc Projector

Main Aims

  • To provide gist, scan and detailed reading practice using a text about jobs in the context of the man with twelve jobs

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a jobs in the context of the man with twelve jobs

Procedure

Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To engage students and generate interest.

- Welcome students and greet them. 1- To project some photos about different jobs. 2- To project the following questions and ask the students to discuss them in pairs: - Why do people work? - What are the most important jobs? why? - What's your father's job? Is it hard? how important is it? - Do you like your father's job? why? How does it affect your life? Give the students enough time to discuss and then ask follow-up questions.

Setting the contect (3-5 minutes) • to introduce the lesson "The man with twelve jobs"

To project the photos of Seumas McSporran and ask them to discuss the follwoing 1- How many jobs do you think he does? 2- Ask them to identify his jobs from the photos. 3- Which one is the most important from their own point of view? 4- Which one they would like to do? Go through their answers and show genuine interest.

Pre-teaching vocabs (5-8 minutes) • To make sure students are familiar with some words from the text

To go through the difficult words showing MPF: 1- boat 2- attendant 3- ambulance 4- undertaker 5-supper 6-collect

Gist task (8-10 minutes) • to give the students the reason to read at a general level.

Using HO 1 1- Chest the HO 1 2- Give clear instructions: we have 2 jobs to do : - Read the text - Write a proper title. ICQs: What is the fisrt job? to read What is the second job? write a proper title. Give students 3 minutes to read. Give students 2 minutes to answer. Give students 1 minute to check in pairs. O/C feedback. ( Make sure I stand in the middle of the class and get the answers from the whole class and discuss the answers)( don't forget to show genuine interest and ask more questions)

While-Reading/Listening #1 (7-10 minutes) • To provide students with less specific information reading task

Chest HO 2 To give clear instructions: In this exercise, we have 12 words in the box. Use them to fill in the blanks in 10 questions: ICQs: How many words are there in the box? How many questions do we have? Monitor Give students 5 minutes to asnwer Give students 2 minutes to check in pairs. O/C feedback. (Nominate).

Detailed task (7-10 minutes) • To provide students with more challenging detailed task.

Using HO Chest HO3 Give clear instructions: 1- we have 9 wh-word questions. wh questions means questions that start with words like what, where or when. 2- Demonstrate: answer the first one with them. Give students 5 minutes to answer. Monitor. Pair Check. O/C feedback ( Nominate) (please, stand in the middle of the class)

The freer practice (8-10 minutes) • To provide with an opportunity to respond to the text and expand on what they've learned

What do you think of jobs like " policeman, postman, fireman, taxi driver, school bus driver, ambulance driver". How are they important? How would life be without them? How do these jobs affect your life? Would you like have such job? Why? Why not? Do you remember any situation when you needed them? How were they? Did they help? Give students 3 minutes to jot down some notes and prepare themselves Monitor O/C feedback - Stand in the middle of the class- Get feedback from all the students.

Flexi Stage (5-10 minutes) • to let the students practice more speaking about jobs.

Project the following questions: What's your dream job? in which company or in which country? Why do you want to have such job? What is your plan to reach this job? How will this job affect your life? Did you think of another job? What is it? Why this job? Give students 2 minutes to jot down some notes and prepare themselves Monitor O/C feedback.

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