English Textbook Level One – Page 62: Jobs People Do (Textbook Only)
Let’s Say Hello To Them.
Dr. Lee – Doctor: doc·tor – [dok-ter] – /ˈdɒk tər/
Miss. Tan – Nurse: nurse – [nurs] – /nɜrs/
Mr. Ali – Policeman: po·lice·man – [puh-lees-muh n] – [puh-lees-muh n]
Dr. Bala – Dentist: [den-tist] – den·tist – /ˈdɛn tɪst/
Mrs. Gopal – Chef: chef – [shef] – /ʃɛf/
Mr. Chen – Electrician: e·lec·tri·cian – [ih-lek-trish-uh n, ee-lek-] – /ɪ lɛkˈtrɪʃ ən, ˌi lɛk-/
Explain: Dr. (Doctor), Miss., Mr. , Mrs are title’s of names, and begin with a Capital Letter.
Have the students read English Textbook Level One – Page 62: Jobs People Do.
What can the students see on page 62: Jobs People Do.
- Find out if students can name other titles.
- Role play with the students, and have them ask each other “Who Are You”, while the other students reply with a name, title and an occupation. Students may choose to answer with an occupation they already know and that may not have been taught previously.
English Textbook Level One – Page 63: Jobs People Do (Textbook Only)
These People Work In Our Town Too.
Hairdresser – A person who arranges or cuts hair.
Driver – A person or thing that drives a vehicle; coachman, chauffeur, etc.
Soldier – A person who serves in an army; a person engaged in military service.
Example: A soldier protects the country, and works in the military.
Librarian – A person in charge of a library, especially the chief administrative officer of a library.
Scientist – An expert in science, especially one of the physical or natural sciences.
Gardener – A person who is employed to cultivate or care for a garden, lawn, etc.
Explain: Hairdresser, Driver (Taxi, Bus, Truck), Librarian, Gardener.
Have the students read English Textbook Level One – Page 63: Jobs People Do.
What can the students see on page 63: Jobs People Do – (Textbook).
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