Elementary, A2 level
To provide clarification, review and practice of some professions; architect, engineer, office worker, sports coach, doctor, lawyer, Scientist, and teacher. in the context of jobs
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a conversation in the context of jobs
Procedure (32-45 minutes)
At the beginning of lesson the teacher tells them about his job. He models them. At the beginning of lesson the teacher tells them about his job. He models them. Teacher Says; I am a teacher. I work at a school. I work for Private Çınar College. I work with children aged from 14 to 18. He asks students; what is your job? Or What Do you do? He gets a few answers and goes on the next stage.
There are eight jobs they need to learn during the lesson: Architect, engineer, office worker, sports coach, doctor, lawyer, Scientist, and teacher. The teacher helps them with the right pronunciation. There is a power point presentation to teach these occupations. Firstly, they see the picture, then they pronounce, and at the end, they see the spellings.
Then, the teacher explains some expressions such as; work for+ name/type of company, work with+ people thing that you use in your job and work in+place
the teacher gives the students a handout which is the definitions of the jobs they have just learnt. It is a matching activity which helps them expand their knowledge about the target vocabulary. In the previous stage they learnt some expressions and they are going to practice these expressions in this stage.
Students need to practice these occupations. They are given a handout to help them start a dialogue. Some students may have a profession and some not. The students who have a profession may tell their partners about where they work and the things they do at work. The students who haven’t a profession express the job they want to be and the reasons.
At the end of the lesson there is vocabulary competition. The teacher reads the job definition and students grab the word from the board. According to the number of students this activity can be done individually or in groups.