This worksheet focusing on jobs vocabulary can either be used as an individual or team reading exercise (page 1) or as a team game (page 2). As an extension, you can even make it into a writing lesson which students will surely enjoy. Full instructions provided on page 3. Have fun.
This is a simple lesson plan designed to help lower level students introduce themselves and ask and answer questions about jobs, families and hobbies. There is a mini dialogue to listen and repeat, some drill practice and three easy exercises to consolidate the language. Finally there is a listening section and a fun communication based activity to bring it all together.
Another worksheet of the series “jobs”, designed for intermediate students. It contains a short text + 6 tasks + keys. The tasks are related to comprehension (2) + writing (1) + comparatives of equality (2) + past simple vs. past continuous (1). The keys are on the last page and the worksheet is completely editable / correctable. Hope it’s useful. Thanks for downloading and have a nice day!
A worksheet to practice jobs, present simple (third person) and future with will. After practicing with this ws, the teacher may want to ask them to write about what they want to be when they grow up, what their parents do, what each professional does, etc. It’s completely editable to better fit your needs. Hope it’s useful.
This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards and two vocabulary matching exercises (and some pictures). The cards can be cut out if desired and be used as conversation questions. Can be used with both young learners and adults (elementary to intermediate).