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Jobs

Jobs

This worksheet is useful for asking and reviewing job vocabulary items and different kinds of occupations. It's also suitable for practicing the simple present tense. This worksheet is appropriate ...
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Speaking Cards - Starter Level

Speaking Cards - Starter Level

I have designed these cards for my starter classes. It includes different subjects including colors, jobs, foods, animals, and action verbs. Hope it works.
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Countries and Nationalities- Guess Game and Professions

Countries and Nationalities- Guess Game and Professions

A ppt presentation with 30 famous persons of 30 different countries, including their profession. Great to work with both topics and refresh it with your students. It's a fun guessing game to do wi ...
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Is Your Boss Spying on You?

Is Your Boss Spying on You?

This is a complete lesson that I have prepared and given to my vocational classes. It consists of a reading comprehension with vocabulary and discussion + grammar covering infinitive of purpose. Y ...
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Wages for Women Lag Years Behind Men (VOA Listening Worksheet on Gender Equality)

Wages for Women Lag Years Behind Men (VOA Listening Worksheet on Gender Equality)

This worksheet provides listening tasks to go along with an audio from Voice of America about a report on gender equality. The link to the page is provided at the top of the worksheet. This can al ...
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Jobs. Present Simple Questions Practice

Jobs. Present Simple Questions Practice

First, students must look at the pictures that show some jobs, read the bubbles and match them according to the description. In the second activity, students must look at some pictures and ask and ...
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Introduction to Legal English Crossword Puzzle

Introduction to Legal English Crossword Puzzle

This crossword was developed to help review the vocabulary for an introductory legal English course. This covers about half of the course and the remainder will be uploaded shortly. The feedback I ...
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Professions & Past Simple Domino

Professions & Past Simple Domino

This domino printable is meant for elementary, pre-intermediate students to practise jobs and past simple. You need to cut out domino cards along the dashed line. This game of dominoes is usually ...
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Famous People (Memory Game)

Famous People (Memory Game)

This is a memory game that helps teachers introduce topics such as describing people, talking about celebrity biographies or professions. It is a power point presentation that will make your class ...
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Work Puzzle

Work Puzzle

This worksheet is recommended for Elementary level.  It features ten jobs known to level 2 students. It can be a used as review lesson or simply as an ice breaker for advanced learners. Stu ...
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Speaking Tasks for Intermediate Speaking Tests

Speaking Tasks for Intermediate Speaking Tests

This ppt consists of diverse tasks for practising speaking (e.g. picture descriptions, role plays and a mock debate). It can be used for making B2 (or upper-intermediate) level learners speak. The ...
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Jobs Swapping Game (Activity Lesson)

Jobs Swapping Game (Activity Lesson)

A simple mingling activity, where students swap cards for which jobs they want. The jobs come with a description of a situation, including "your first year was bad". In other words, you are not ju ...
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Names and Occupations

Names and Occupations

This power-point presentation contains some occupations, such as: architect, teacher, artist, etc. It contains subject pronouns (third person) and contractions (he is = he's) and also the use ...
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Movie Worksheet: Career Moves

Movie Worksheet: Career Moves

This is a video worksheet based on a short CNN interview with an author and life coach Valorie Burton on risky career moves which can actually pay off. The worksheet is intended for intermediate B ...
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Jobs

Jobs

It will help you to improve students' speaking skills. You will know how to prepare for a job interview, what job you want to do, how to find a job, what your dream job is, what different types o ...
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About Our Jobs and Professions Worksheets
There are 322 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 students’ 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.