Ahmet Cihat Yavuz Ahmet Cihat Yavuz

A1 level


In this lesson students will learn new lexis of common jobs such as nurse, doctor, teacher, lawyer, police officer etc. The lesson is full of interactive activities. Following eliciting the structure of "He's a doctor" and "She's a firefighter", the students will be able to answer the question of "What's your job?". They will be able to identify and correctly pronounce jobs from the demonstrated pictures.


Main Aims

  • To introduce and give practice in the lexical set of jobs

Subsidiary Aims

  • To give students practice in scan reading for specific information


Lead-in (1 minutes) • To give students an idea about the context of the lesson

The teacher shows a clear picture of a job to give a hint about the topic, and elicit the structure by writing the model sentence on WB through the question of "What's his/her job?" T: (Shows the flashcard) Ss: nurse T: (Needs a sentence) Ss: She's a nurse

More pictures (4-5 minutes) • To be able to recognise and pronounce more jobs

The teacher shows more flashcards and write the sentences on WB. He makes them pronounce as a class and as small groups (Gentlemen and ladies)

Two more pictures (2 minutes) • To identify two more jobs

After repeating and digesting 10 jobs the teacher provides two more jobs as an addition

Individual Work (5-6 minutes) • To let them answer the question "What's your job?"

The teacher provides a falshcard with each student and get them to answer the question "What's your job?"

Mime game (GW) (10 minutes) • To be able to guess the job that they try to show with gestures

All class will be involved in this activity in two teams. The teacher draws attention to the structure "What's his job" and "S/he is a/an......" and then they make with two students to and they identify "They are......."

HO (4-5 minutes) • To check the vocabulary through match drill

The teacher provide a HO and students work individually to match the words with the correct pictures

Role Play (GW) (8-10 minutes) • To introduce yourself, your country and job

The teacher provides a different identity and job with each student, they stand up and talk to each other by introducing themselves and their occupations

Reading Text (2-3 minutes) • To be able to identify the jobs in the reading text

The teacher hands out the WS and give them enough time to identify the job through scanning

Complete the chart (4-5 minutes) • To be able to fill the charts under the title of NAME, COUNTRY and JOB

The students are provided with the HO

BOARD RACE (8-9 minutes) • To be able to identify the jobs on WB

Students race in two groups

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