There are 314 worksheets about jobs and professions all conveniently located in this section. This jobs worksheet is for elementary students to practice talking about different jobs. Start out by introducing the target vocabulary and then you can choose to either use the whole worksheet or just certain activities to give your students more practice. The last page is a key and you can easily adapt this to have the translations in your studentsí native language. If you are working on something else in class or your students are at a different level, consider using one of the other available worksheets instead.
How you talk about jobs and professions in class will depend a lot on the age of your learners. For younger students learning about common jobs can be lots of fun, for high school students this section can include talking about their future or dream job, and for professionals more detailed job titles will need to be introduced. The extent to which you discuss various jobs and professions in your classroom will depend a lot on your learners too. With young students and beginners some simple vocabulary would be appropriate while with more advanced and business English students, this becomes a more complex. For these classes, simply ask what they are most interested in talking about so that you can tailor your lesson to suit their needs.
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