English Textbook Level One – Page 59: Jobs People Do (Pictures Only)
Occupation(s) – [ok-yuh-pey-shuhn] – /ˌɒkyəˈpeɪʃən/
A person’s usual or principal work or business, especially as a means of earning a living; vocation:
Acrobat – A skilled performer of gymnastic feats, as walking on a tightrope or swinging on a trapeze.
Artist – A person who practices one of the fine arts, especially a painter or sculptor.
Dentist – A person whose profession is dentistry.
Doctor – A person licensed to practice medicine, as a physician, surgeon, dentist, or veterinarian.
Fisherman – A person who fishes, whether for profit or pleasure.
Nurse – A person who has the general care of a child or children.
Pilot – A person duly qualified to operate an airplane, balloon, or other aircraft, steer ships into or out of a harbor or through certain difficult waters.
Policeman – Police Officer – A male member of a police force, body or law enforcement.
Policewoman – Police Officer – A female member of a police force, body or law enforcement.
Postman – Mailman – A person employed by the post office to deliver mail; mail carrier.
Scientist – An expert in science, especially one of the physical or natural sciences.
Teacher – A person who teaches or instructs, especially as a profession such as an instructor.
Writer – A person engaged in writing books, articles, stories, etc., especially as an occupation or profession, as an author or journalist.
English Textbook Level One – Page 59-B: Jobs People Do (Pictures & Textbook)
Astronaut: A person engaged in or trained for spaceflight.
Electrician: A person who installs, operates, maintains, or repairs electric devices or electrical wiring.
Fireman – Firefighter: A person employed to extinguish or prevent fires.
Juggler – A person who performs juggling feats, as with balls or knives.
Sailor – A person whose occupation is sailing or navigation.
Singer –A person who sings, especially a trained or professional vocalist.
Soldier – A person who serves in an army; a person engaged in military service.
English Textbook Level One – Page 59: Jobs People Do (Textbook)
- Discuss the passage.
- Ask the student’s what their mother’s, father’s, relative’s or friend’s Occupation is.
- Ask what the student would like to be when they grow up, and why.