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Lesson Plan

Choose the Career

Theme:          The World of Professions

Objectives:    - to develop pupils’ reading, speaking, writing                                                                        and listening skills through interactive activities;

- to develop creative imagination in communicative activity;                                                       

       - to practice using the professional vocabulary;

   - to engage pupils’ interest to their professional                                            learning.

Type of lesson:    applying of knowledge and skills 

Equipment:    pupils’ workbooks; handouts with the tasks;                                                                        audio resources, video “People Work”, pictures,                                                                                     “Magic Hat”, presentation “Top Bakers”.

Teaching methods:           demonstration; verbal; interactive; practical;                                                                               work in pairs; semi-search.

Inter-subject relationships:  special technology

Epigraph:    “Choose a job you love and you will never have to                                                                       work a day in your life” (Confucius)

Quotations:    “Find out what you like doing best and get someone                                                                       to pay you for doing it”

(Katherine Whitehorn, British  journalist)

Procedure


I. Introduction1) Organization of the class moments (to greet pupils, to control the presence of pupils at the lesson, to organize pupils for learning activities.)

- Good morning, boys and girls! Glad to meet you! How are you today? I hope that you are doing well and are ready to work. First, tell me, please, who is on duty today? Who is absent? What is the matter with them?

- Good. So we are ready to start our lesson. It will be a practical one. We are going to talk about different jobs and professions, and, of course, about your profession you have already chosen.  

2) Actualization of pupils’ knowledge.

- At the previous lessons we’re discussing about professions and career prospects. And your home assignment was differentiated. Some of you had to find the correct pieces and put them together to form job related words. And the others had to match jobs with their definitions. Let’s check up them.

(Appendix 1, 2)

3) Announcement of the theme, purposes of lesson, motivation of cognitive activity.

- And now I want to acquaint you with the theme of our lesson. First, write down today’s date. We are going to continue speaking about the world of professions. You study at the vocational school and I hope you will be good specialists, so you have to know much about your professional sphere. That’s why we’ll train in speaking, writing, reading and listening different sources connected with your future job. So, the theme is “The World of Profession”. And the epigraph to our lesson is “Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life” (Confucius). Copy it into your copy-books.

4)
Warming-up.- To warm you up I prepare a video for you. Watch it and tell, what is it about.

 (Video song “People Work”.)

  • Name the professions that were mentioned in this video song.

II. Main Part.

  1. Vocabulary Practice.
  • Вправа з картками «Professions»
  • We know many professions, let’s review them. I have some cards. Look at them and name the professions.

(Shop-assistant, electrician, farmer, driver, baker, waiter, barmen, cook, pastry chef, builder, teacher, dentist, mechanic, accountant, police officer.)

 

  • Інтерактивна вправа “Match the pairs”
  • Your next task will be to match the situations with the name of professions. You have 2 minutes.
  1. A feeling has come out of one of your teeth  a) a surgeon
  2. You need to have your hair cut    b) a lawyer
  3. You need legal advice     c) a dentist
  4. Your house is on fire      d) a mechanic
  5. Your granny’s knee needs an operation   e) a fireman
  6. In the shop you want advice on what sort 

of coffee to buy       f) a psychologist

  1. All the lights in your house have gone out  g) a hairdresser
  2. Your neighbour’s flat has been burgled   h) a shop-assistant
  3. You don’t get on well with your parents   i) an accountant
  4.  Your father needs somebody to help his firm   j) an electrician

with money problems      k) a policeman

 

  • Гра “Magic Hat”

- Let’s practice in using topic vocabulary. A man can’t live without work because work keeps him alive, it means life. Profession you have chosen has to bring you satisfaction, it should be something you can do perfect and really want to.  Take a piece of paper from this black hat by turn and say what are the most important things about a job?

  • Career advancement
  • The feeling that you are helping other people
  • People you work with
  • Perks

  • An opportunity to travelHigh salary
  • A possibility to make decisions
  • Being close to where you live
  • A pleasant working environment
  • Flexible schedule
  • Social status
  • Learning new skills
  • Interest in work
  • Security.

 

  1. Reading.

Pre-reading activity.

Exercise 1.


What are some different kinds of bread? (white bread, wheat bread, whole grain bread, rye bread, French bread, bread sticks, rolls, bagel, donut, hot dog bun, croissant)

  • How are breads used in meals?

We can make toasts, sandwiches.

Bread can be a part of salads.

We can make breadcrumbs.

While-reading activity.


  • Exercise 2.So, let’s read the webpage of a bakery. Be attentive because you’ll have some exercises after reading based on this text.

After-reading activity.

Exercise 2.

  1. T; 2. F; 3T.

 

  1. Writing.
  • And now we’ll practice your writing skills. Look at the exercise 3. You have to write a word or phrase that is similar in meaning to the underlined part. You have 3 min.
  • The next task will be to fill in the blanks with the correct words from the bank. Let’s revise their meaning. (Ex. 4) We’ll check it up in 3 min.

 

  1. Listening.
  • To develop your listening skills I want you to listen the about a bakery again.  While listening look through the webpage. (Ex. 5)
  • So have you understood everything? What happens when bread gets too old?
  • Ok, we go on. Listen to a conversation between a baker and a restaurant manager. Be very attentive while listening because you’ll have some checking exercises after it. (Ex. 6)
  • Now you’ll listen it once again and complete the conversation given you in exercise 7. You have 2-3 minutes. Have you done? Read it, please.
  1. Speaking.
  • Your next task will be a creative one. Work in pairs and make up your own dialogue using the helpful tips from  ex.8.  Also you may consult the previous exercises.  Let’s work. You have 4 min.

 Dialogue 1.

(- Listen, we have a problem with white bread. We’ve run out of it. What do you think we should do?

- Why don’t we just make another batch?

- We don’t have enough wheat flour left.

- The only way we have is to offer our clients some different kinds of bread. Do we have any of them?

- Yes, we have flatbreads and rye bread.

- That’s good. I hope everything will be fine.)

6) Demonstration.

- At the end of our lesson I have something to motivate you to study at your best. I am sure it will be of great interest for you to find out who are the top bakers in the world. They are from different countries, but what they all have in common is that they are all renowned bakers, known for their culinary skills – be it breads, cakes, or desserts of almost any kind. Let’s look at them.

 (Presentation “Top Bakers”)

III. The last part of the lesson.

  1. Marks for the lesson.

- I’m satisfied with your work today. All of you were perfect so everyone got positive marks. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask me.

2) Hometask.

A. To make up a crossword “ Jobs and Professions”;

B. Prepare short information about your relatives’ occupations and their attitudes to them.

3) Summing-up.

- Our lesson is almost over. Let’s sum up. We’ve tried to communicate on regular basis, using the vocabulary of the lesson, played a game and done some exercises. What did you like the best? What would you like to get from your job? (satisfaction, good salary, additional benefits, flexible working hours)

I hope the material you have learned will be helpful for you in your everyday life and I wish you only pleasant purchases.

Good luck! Stay active and positive!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Handouts “The World of Professions

 

“Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life” (Confucius)

Task 1. Match the situations with the name of professions.

1. A feeling has come out of one of your teeth  a) a surgeon

2. You need to have your hair cut    b) a lawyer

3. You need legal advice     c) a dentist

4. Your house is on fire     d) a mechanic

5. Your granny’s knee needs an operation  e) a fireman

6. In the shop you want advice on what sort 

 of coffee to buy      f) a psychologist

7. All the lights in your house have gone out  g) a hairdresser

8. Your neighbor’s flat has been burgled  h) a shop-assistant

9. You don’t get on well with your parents  i) an accountant

10.  Your father needs somebody to help his firm  j) an electrician

 with money problems     k) a policeman

 

 

 

 

Handouts “The World of Professions”

 

“Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life” (Confucius)

Task 1. Match the situations with the name of professions.

1. A feeling has come out of one of your teeth  a) a surgeon

2. You need to have your hair cut    b) a lawyer 

3. You need legal advice     c) a dentist

4. Your house is on fire     d) a mechanic

5. Your granny’s knee needs an operation  e) a fireman

6. In the shop you want advice on what sort 

 of coffee to buy      f) a psychologist

7. All the lights in your house have gone out  g) a hairdresser

8. Your neighbour’s flat has been burgled  h) a shop-assistant

9. You don’t get on well with your parents  i) an accountant

10.  Your father needs somebody to help his firm  j) an electrician

 with money problems     k) a policeman

Зміст слайдів
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TOP BAKERS OF THE WORLD

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France

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Born in Alsace, France, Hermé started his career at the age of the 14. At just 24 he was heading pastry production at Parisian food institution. Macarons may be his specialty, but Hermé has mastered the rest of the pastry chef’s repertoire. He has published books on everything from tarts to plated desserts and has also contributed to some of the world’s most important culinary references. He was the youngest person ever to be named France’s Pastry Chef of the Year.

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Spain

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Joan Roca (pictured, centre, with Jordi and Josep Roca)

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Duff Goldman. Jeffrey Adam "Duff" Goldman is a pastry chef and television personality. Age: 42 Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan, United States of America. Profession: Pastry chef, TV chef, Chef, Baker

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Anna Olson. Anna Olson is a professionally trained pastry chef. Age: 49 Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. Profession: Actor, Chef, Baker

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Nancy Silverton. Nancy Silverton is an American chef, baker, and author. The winner of the James Beard Foundation's Outstanding Chef Award in 2014, Silverton is recognized for her role in popularizing sourdough and artisan breads in the United States. Age: 63 Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, United States of America. Profession: Chef

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