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Excersize on occupations

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Excersize on occupations

  1. 1. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Today’s Vocabulary What do these people do? Where do they work? He’s a doctor. 2 He works at a hospital. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Places Jobs hospital, hair salon, bakery, supermarket, restaurant, computer programmer, news reporter, hair stylist, software company, convenience store, school, laboratory, doctor, baker, butcher, librarian, dentist, custodian, dental clinic, office building, library, TV station, coach, chef, cashier,Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  2. 2. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Questions and Answers 1. Jon What does Jon do for a living? ___________________________________________ Where does he work? ___________________________________________________ (hospital) Does he like his job? ___________________________________________________ (no) Does he work full time or part time? _______________________________________ (full time) What are his hours? He works Monday to Saturday, 8 am to 8 pm. (8 am-8 pm, Mon-Sat) 2. Sara What does Sara do for a living? ___________________________________________ Where does she work? ___________________________________________________ (restaurant) Does she like her job? ___________________________________________________ (yes) Does she work full time or part time? _______________________________________ (part time) What are her hours? ____________________________________________________ (6 pm-11 pm, Fri, Sat, & Wed) 3. You What do you do for a living? _____________________________________________ Where do you work? ___________________________________________________ (TV Station) Do you like your job? ___________________________________________________ (yes) Do you work full time or part time? _______________________________________ (full time) What are your hours? ____________________________________________________ (12 pm - 8 pm, Mon-Fri) 4. Bill & Ricki What do Bill and Ricki do for a living? _____________________________________ Where do they work? ___________________________________________________ (Anderson law firm) Do they like their jobs? ___________________________________________________ (no) Do they work full time or part time? _______________________________________ (full time) What are their hours? ____________________________________________________ (8am-8pm, mon-sat) 5. Marta __________________________________________________? She’s a librarian. __________________________________________________? She works at the university. __________________________________________________? No, she doesn’t like her job. __________________________________________________? She works full time. __________________________________________________? She works, Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm.Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  3. 3. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Work in pairs. Find out the missing information by asking your partner. (PARTNER A) Name Occupation Place of work Hours Satisfaction Rueben mon - sat, Yes. It’s great. 5 am to 1 pm Billy supermarket Benji mon, thurs, fri. Sometimes. 12 am to 8 am Kyle No. It’s too dangerous. Keiko convenience store mon - thurs, 6 pm to 12 am Monique law firm Sophia tue to sat Yes. She loves it. 8 am to 5 pm Brian restaurant Anthony studio mon - fri 8 am to 4 pm Sam Yes. But he will retire soon.Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  4. 4. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Work in pairs. Find out the missing information by asking your partner. (PARTNER B) Name Occupation Place of work Hours Satisfaction Rueben bakery Billy mon - sat, No. 7 am to 2 pm Benji firehall Kyle factory mon - fri 8 am to 4 pm Keiko Yes, but she doesn’t like the hours. Monique Mon - Friday, No. She works too hard. 8 am to 8 pm Sophia veterinarian clinic Brian fri to sun Yes. He loves the tips. 4pm to 12 am Anthony Yes. He enjoys it a lot. Sam school mon - fri 8 am to 4 pmCopyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  5. 5. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Class Survey. Fill in the details about your own job. If you don’t have a job, request a job card from your teacher, and fill it out. Then walk around the class and find out what all your other classmates do, and whether they like their jobs or not. Classmates Occupation Place of work Hours Satisfaction MeCopyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  6. 6. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Ways to to talk about jobs. Reference page. Hours Your Language I work Monday to Friday. _____________________________________ I work Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. _____________________________________ I work 5 days a week. _____________________________________ I work weekends. _____________________________________ I work evenings. _____________________________________ I work the night shift. _____________________________________ I work the day shift. _____________________________________ What’s your schedule? _____________________________________ What are your hours? _____________________________________ Do you work full time, or part time? _____________________________________ What I do I work as an electrician. _____________________________________ I’m an electrician. _____________________________________ I’m in advertising. _____________________________________ I’m in publishing. _____________________________________ Job Satisfaction I like my job. _____________________________________ I hate my job. _____________________________________ I don’t mind my job. _____________________________________ I really enjoy my job. _____________________________________ I’m bored of my job. _____________________________________ I’m tired of my job. _____________________________________Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  7. 7. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Teacher’s Notes. Page 1 1. He’s a doctor. He works at a hospital. 2. He’s a baker. He works at a bakery. 3. He’s a barber. He works at a barber shop. 4. She’s a librarian. She works at a library 5. He’s a butcher. He works at a supermarket. 6. He’s a newscaster. He works at a TV station. 7. She’s a cashier. She works at a convenience store. 8. He’s a chef. He works at a restaurant. 9. He’s a coach. He works at a school. 10. He’s a computer programmer. He works at software company. 11. He’s a custodian. He works at an office building. 12. He’s a dentist. He works at a dental clinic. Page 2 What does Jon do for a living? He’s a doctor. Where does he work? He works at a hospital. Does he like his job? No, he doesn’t like his job. Does he work full time or part time? He works full time. What are his hours? He works Monday to Saturday, 8 am to 8 pm What does Sara do for a living? She’s a waitress. Where does she work? She works at a restaurant. Does she like her job? Yes, she likes her job. Does she work full time or part time? She works part time. What are his hours? She works Fridays, Saturdays and Wednesdays, 6 pm to 11 pm. What do you do for a living? I’m a newscaster. Where do you work? I work at a TV Station. Do you like your job? Yes, I like my job. Do you work full time or part time? I work full time. What are your hours? I work Monday to Friday, 12 pm to 8 pm. What do Bill and Ricki do for a living? They are lawyers. Where do they work? They work at the Anderson Law Firm Do they like their jobs? No, they don’t. Do they work full time or part time? They work full time. What are their hours? They work Monday to Saturday, 8 am to 8 pm. What does she do for a living? She’s a librarian. Where does she work? She works at the university. Does she like her job? No, she doesn’t like her job. Does she work full time or part time? She works full time. What are her hours? She works, Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm. Page 3 & 4 Put students in pairs. Give one student the Partner A sheet, and the other student the Partner B sheet. Have them ask each other questions to find the missing information. See the reference chart on next page (Page 9) for answers. Page 5. Have your students survey each other about their jobs. If they don’t have jobs, cut up and distribute the occupation cards found on page 8. Give one card any student who does not have real job. Tell them to make up their own hours and satisfaction. Then have your students walk around the class and survey the other students, asking what they do for a living, what their hours are, and whether they like the job or not. Tell them elaborate on why they like or dislike their jobs. Extras. There is a 4 page picture dictionary and reference guide which can be distributed to your students for extra practice before or after the class. (page 10-13). Also, on page 6 there is a reference page with sentence describing jobs and occupations, which may be distributed at the end of class.Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  8. 8. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Days: __________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Hours:__________________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________ Satisfaction: _____________Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  9. 9. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Pair Work Answer Reference. Name Occupation Place of work Hours Satisfaction Rueben bakery mon - sat, Yes. It’s great. 5 am to 1 pm Billy supermarket mon - sat, No. 7 am to 2 pm Benji firehall mon, thurs, fri. Sometimes. 12 am to 8 am Kyle factory mon - fri No. It’s too dangerous. 8 am to 4 pm Keiko convenience store mon - thurs, Yes, but she doesn’t like the hours. 6 pm to 12 am Monique law firm Mon - Friday, No. She works too hard. 8 am to 8 pm Sophia veterinarian clinic tue to sat Yes. She loves it. 8 am to 5 pm Brian restaurant fri to sun Yes. He loves the tips. 4pm to 12 am Anthony studio mon - fri Yes. He enjoys it a lot. 8 am to 4 pm Sam school mon - fri Yes. But he will retire soon. 8 am to 4 pmCopyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  10. 10. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Jobs & Occupations Picture Dictionary What do each of these people do for a living? 1. accountant 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  11. 11. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Jobs & Occupations Picture Dictionary What do each of these people do for a living? 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  12. 12. Simple Sentences Jobs & Occupations Jobs & Occupations What do each of these people do for a living? 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.
  13. 13. Simple Sentences Jobs & OccupationsJobs & Occupations Picture Dictionary 31. photographer _____________________________1. accountant ____________________________ 32. plumber _____________________________2. architect _____________________________ 33. pilot _____________________________3. artist _____________________________ 34. police officer _____________________________4. baker _____________________________ 35. real estate agent _____________________________5. barber _____________________________ 36. repair person _____________________________6. bus driver _____________________________ 37. sales person _____________________________7. butcher _____________________________ 38. scientist _____________________________8. carpenter _____________________________ 39. seamstress _____________________________9. cashier _____________________________ 40. security guard _____________________________10. chef _____________________________ 41. stock clerk _____________________________11. coach _____________________________ 42. surgeon _____________________________12. computer programmer _____________________________ 43. tailor _____________________________13. construction worker _____________________________ 44. taxi driver _____________________________14. courier _____________________________ 45. teacher _____________________________15. custodian _____________________________ 46. translator _____________________________16. delivery person _____________________________ 47. travel agent _____________________________17. dentist _____________________________ 48. truck driver _____________________________18. doctor _____________________________ 49. veterinarian (vet) _____________________________19. electrician _____________________________ 50. waiter _____________________________20. fire fighter _____________________________ 51. waitress _____________________________21. hair stylist _____________________________ 52. welder _____________________________22. reporter _____________________________ 53. zoo keeper _____________________________23. lawyer _____________________________ 54. fisher _____________________________24. letter carrier (mailman) _____________________________ 55. model _____________________________25. librarian _____________________________ 56. musician _____________________________26. mechanic _____________________________ 57. garbage man _____________________________27. newscaster _____________________________ 58. secretary _____________________________28. nurse _____________________________ 59. actor _____________________________29. painter _____________________________ 60. data processor _____________________________30. pharmacist _____________________________Copyright 2009. This eBook is produced and distributed by Red River Press Inc. All rights reserved. The contents within this e-book/document may only bephotocopied by members of ESL-Llibrary.com in accordance with membership terms and conditions. Contact info@esl-library.com for complete details.

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