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"A Job for Life"

21.08.2019

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The 7 Th of June. A Job For Life

The 7 Th of June.

  • A Job For Life
Do you know these words? A job A profession An occupation A career

Do you know these words?

  • A job
  • A profession
  • An occupation
  • A career
Say it in one word: to move someone to a more important job, position in a company ; money, usually added to pay as a reward for good work ; a period during each day or night when workers in a factory or hospital etc., are at work ; the act of being in charge of a group of workers and being responsible for making sure that they do their work ; something that tests strength, skill or ability ; extra things such as luncheon vouchers or free medical insurance over and above basic pay ; someone who is being trained for a job ; someone who has recently joined a group of people or organization .

Say it in one word:

  • to move someone to a more important job, position in a company ;
  • money, usually added to pay as a reward for good work ;
  • a period during each day or night when workers in a factory or hospital etc., are at work ;
  • the act of being in charge of a group of workers and being responsible for making sure that they do their work ;
  • something that tests strength, skill or ability ;
  • extra things such as luncheon vouchers or free medical insurance over and above basic pay ;
  • someone who is being trained for a job ;
  • someone who has recently joined a group of people or organization .
“ Hot chair” game

“ Hot chair” game

Guess which profession it is:  he works with children ________________ he works with patients ________________   he drives a car ____________________ she plays the piano ________________ she works in a hotel _______________ she makes phone calls _____________ she translates people orally ___________ she writes articles for a newspaper ______________ she cuts hair ________________ he flies a plane ______________ she works in a club and uses a mike _____________ he mends cars and lorries ________________ she sells things in a supermarket ____________ she looks after people in hospital ____________

Guess which profession it is:

  • he works with children ________________
  • he works with patients ________________
  •   he drives a car ____________________
  • she plays the piano ________________
  • she works in a hotel _______________
  • she makes phone calls _____________
  • she translates people orally ___________
  • she writes articles for a newspaper ______________
  • she cuts hair ________________
  • he flies a plane ______________
  • she works in a club and uses a mike _____________
  • he mends cars and lorries ________________
  • she sells things in a supermarket ____________
  • she looks after people in hospital ____________
Say which are the best and worst paid jobs? A nurse in a hospital  A highly paid job A shop assistant  Get a good salary  A worker in a factory  Overpaid  A bank manager  Get a lot of money  A dentist  Paid a lot  A teacher  Paid reasonably well  A professional footballer  A low-paid job   Nuclear scientist  Have a low income  A miner in the coalmine  Underpaid

Say which are the best and worst paid jobs?

A nurse in a hospital

A highly paid job

A shop assistant

Get a good salary

A worker in a factory

Overpaid

A bank manager

Get a lot of money

A dentist

Paid a lot

A teacher

Paid reasonably well

A professional footballer

A low-paid job

Nuclear scientist

Have a low income

A miner in the coalmine

Underpaid

If I hadn’t had a teacher Barry Lane

But teachers they’re just lazy It’s what you often say. They baby-sit till three o’clock and then they’re home all day and think of those vacations all that time away, If I’d never had a teacher.... If I’d never had a teacher.... If I’d never had a teacher.... W ho would I be today ?

Remember Mr. Johnston, we all played ancient Greeks. Miss Hawthorne read a poem by Keats, the tears ran down her cheeks. and what about Miss Foley, her class was so much fun. I was her favorite student we say in unison.

Her name was Caroline Foley

And she taught 4 th grade.

I was her favorite student

I thought for three decades.

She read my stories to the room

I sat beside her desk.

I loved the way she sang to us

I even loved her tests.

Billy is a scientist Jane, she reads the news. Sarah is a doctor now Phil just gave up booze. We met at the reunion and talked about the past. Who was your favorite teacher? What was your favorite class?

But teachers they’re just lazy that’s  what the people say. They baby-sit till three o’clock and then they’re home all day.

And think of those vacations, all that time away. If I’d never had a teacher, I’d still turn out okay.

Miss Foley never married she never had offspring unless you count the six hundred she cheered on to sing. We rarely come to visit her we hardly ever write. but she follows us around each day and sits with us each night.

She had a lot of textbooks

she left them on the shelf. Miss Foley taught with projects, we wrote some books ourselves. I studied the Egyptians, that Pharaoh of the sun. I still have my cardboard pyramid, my tomb of Achnaton.

She rarely lost her temper but when she did we knew and later she’d apologize and we’d say sorry too. She wasn’t always perfect but she usually was kind and she had a way of holding up a mirror to our minds.

But teachers they’re just lazy that’s  what the people say. They baby-sit till three o’clock and then they’re home all day. And think of those vacations, all that time away. If I’d never had a teacher, I’d still turn out okay.

Oh ,you, who pay the taxes! Oh ,you, who make the laws! Remember all your teachers and cherish them because, You wouldn’t be so self assured. No, you wouldn’t be so smart if you hadn’t had a Miss Foley to hold you in her heart.

But teachers they’re just lazy that’s  what the people say. They baby-sit till three o’clock and then they’re home all day. And think of those vacations, all that time away. If I’d never had a teacher, I’d still turn out okay.

But teachers they’re just lazy that’s  what the people say. They baby-sit till three o’clock and then they’re home all day. And think of those vacations, all that time away. If I’d never had a teacher, I’d still turn out okay.

Questions for discussion: What grade did Caroline Foley teach? What did the singer like about Miss Foley and her classes? What kind of person was Miss Foley?

Questions for discussion:

  • What grade did Caroline Foley teach?
  • What did the singer like about Miss Foley and her classes?
  • What kind of person was Miss Foley?
True/false statements Miss Foley taught the projects. The students didn’t write any books themselves. Miss Foley had a way of holding up a mirror to the students’ minds. Miss Foley was married and had some children Her students rarely come to visit her. They always write her letters.

True/false statements

  • Miss Foley taught the projects.
  • The students didn’t write any books themselves.
  • Miss Foley had a way of holding up a mirror to the students’ minds.
  • Miss Foley was married and had some children
  • Her students rarely come to visit her.
  • They always write her letters.
General discussion Do you have a favorite teacher? Has anyone of you ever wanted to become a teacher? Why do you think few young people choose the career of a teacher?

General discussion

  • Do you have a favorite teacher?
  • Has anyone of you ever wanted to become a teacher?
  • Why do you think few young people choose the career of a teacher?
Farmer  Happy, caring.  Seeds, grows, gathers.  He provides people with food.  Healthy.

Farmer

  • Happy, caring.
  • Seeds, grows, gathers.
  • He provides people with food.
  • Healthy.
Scientist Clever, absent-minded. Studies, thinks, discovers. His job is important. Interesting.

Scientist

  • Clever, absent-minded.
  • Studies, thinks, discovers.
  • His job is important.
  • Interesting.
Detective Clever, attentive. Searches, thinks, investigates. He has clear intellect. Admiration.

Detective

  • Clever, attentive.
  • Searches, thinks, investigates.
  • He has clear intellect.
  • Admiration.
Manager Creative, practical. Manages, administrates, controls. Supervision is important. Disciplane.

Manager

  • Creative, practical.
  • Manages, administrates, controls.
  • Supervision is important.
  • Disciplane.
Journalist Active, talkative Speaks, writes, asks Informs people magazines

Journalist

  • Active, talkative
  • Speaks, writes, asks
  • Informs people
  • magazines
Designer   creative, fashionable Surprises, inspires, draws Makes interior nice satisfaction

Designer

  • creative, fashionable
  • Surprises, inspires, draws
  • Makes interior nice
  • satisfaction
Football player Famous, hard-working Plays, wins, trains Makes fans happy goal

Football player

  • Famous, hard-working
  • Plays, wins, trains
  • Makes fans happy
  • goal
Archeologist Serious, wise Discoveries, invents, explains Knows the past exciting

Archeologist

  • Serious, wise
  • Discoveries, invents, explains
  • Knows the past
  • exciting
The Lesson is over.   Thank you for your work today. Goodbye!

The Lesson is over.

  • Thank you for your work today.
  • Goodbye!
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