Research shows, students need multiple and various exposures to a word before they fully understand that word and can apply it. This occupations resource provides a variety of different games and activities for exposing students to the vocabulary associated with the names of some occupations plus some associated vocabulary.
The occupations and associated vocabulary used are:-
Teacher – desk, whiteboard, pen, computer, printer, book
Baker – bowl, bread, spoon, oven, cake, rolling pin
Joiner – hammer, nail, saw, toolbox, wood, screwdriver
Doctor – stethoscope, thermometer, bed, syringe, pills, hospital
Farmer – barn, milk churn, tractor, cow, horse, sheep
Firefighter - smoke, ladder, hose, fire extinguisher, axe, boots
Gardener – watering can, plant pot, rake, wheelbarrow, lawnmower, spade
Hairdresser – hairbrush, comb, hairdryer, scissors, mirror, shampoo
This is a useful resource for extending English vocabulary in a fun way.
If you are a mainstream teacher and have one or more English as an Additional Language students in your class, he/ she/ they will have a range of educational experience, language proficiency, and academic competence. Finding the time to create lessons that meet all their needs, along with the needs of the mainstream students and students with learning difficulties, you also probably have in your class, can be overwhelming and very time-consuming. The occupation games/activities are fun and of educational value. The games can be played with native English speakers or supervised by classroom assistants, thus freeing up additional teaching time for the mainstream students.
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