elementary, A2. level
To provide gist and detailed reading practice using a text about Job of an illustrator in the context of the interview with an illustrator - Annabel Wright.
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of jobs
Procedure (39-61 minutes)
1). Write the following answers on the board: I'm a teacher. I work in a school. I work 6 hours a day. Yes, I do. I like it very much. 2). Tell the students that these are my answers to four questions. 3). Elicit from them the right questions to the answers. 3). Write them on the board: what do you do? Where do you work? How many hours do you work a day? Do you like your job? 4) drill the question. 5). Rub the questions and make the students repeat them.
1). Give the handouts. 2). Focus on the photos of Annabel and on the question: do you think she is a professional artist or a professional musician? 4). Tell that she has done all illustrations on this page.
1). Focus on the interview: explain that interview's questions are missing from the article and students are going to put them in the right place. 2). Focus on the questions: to check that students understand the meaning of the questions. 3). They match. 4). The students check in pairs.
1). In pairs they focus on the highlighted words and expression and try to guess the meaning from the context. 2). Check that they understand the meaning. 3). Read for the second time.
1). In pairs they decide what they think is good and bad about Annabel's job. 2).Get feedback: ask the students if they would like her job.
1) focus on the picture - elicit the jobs, write them on the board.
1). To give handout. 2). Ask them to write the name of their job and fill in the table: what is good and bad about their jobs. 3). Ask each other: What do you do? What is good and what is bad about your job? 4). Feedback: tell about your partner.
1). Give the handout. 2). Focus on the pictures: elicit the name of the jobs: I write it on the board. Emphasize the use of article.
1). Give the handout: explain the activity. 2). Pair work: what does he do? He is an actor.
1). Give the handout. 2). Explain the activity. 3). Divide in different pairs.