ding again. Students only listen.
Then say, Now I will play the tape again. This time write the reason the person wants the job under the word "Why?"
Play the recording. Students write their answers.
Check the answers.
2C This activity provides open-ended oral practice using the target language.
Say, What do you want to be? What words describe each job? Help the class make up a list of jobs they might like to do. As students suggest possible jobs, ask the class to suggest words to describe them. Use a bilingual dictionary, if necessary, to find the names of jobs and words to describe each one.
Then ask students to work in small groups. They tell each other what they want to do and why. Encourage students to use dictionaries if necessary. Move from group to group offering assistance as needed.
Ask individual students to tell the class about what they want to be and why.
3a This activity provides reading and writing practice using the target language.
Call attention to the three newspaper ads and read these ads to the class. Say blank each time you come to a blank line.
Then read each ad again separately, pausing to allow students to ask questions about anything they don't understand. For example, in the first ad, students may not know that working late means "working at night." To work hard means to use a lot of energy to do the job.
Ask students to fill In (he blanks in the ads using the words actor, reporter, and waiter.
Check the answers.
3b This activity provides reading and writing practice using the target language.
Call attention to the newspaper ad and ask a student to read it, saying blank for each blank line.
Ask students to fill in the blanks using words from This section. Say,Look at the pictures next to each blank line. The pictures will help you guess the correct word.Suggest that they look at the names of jobs and the words that describe jobs in the first part of Section B.
Check the answers,
3c This activity provides writing practice using the target
Point out the blank strip of newspaper where students can write their own ads.
Ask one or two students, What are you going to write about? Repeat each of the students' sentences and ask the class to repeat the sentences after you. For example: Do ^OM want an interesting but dangerous job? Do you want to meet new people? We need a police officer.Call the Smithtown Police Station at 555-2323.
Ask students to read their ads to a partner. Ask the pairs to correct each other's work.
4 This activity provides guided oral practice using the
Ask two students to read the conversation in the speech bubbles. Answer any questions students may have about it.
Then say, New please work in groups. Ask efuestions to find out what jobs each person wrote about. You can use sentences like the ones we just read.
As students ask questions, move from group to group. Rephrase any incomplete or incorrect questions.Also rephrase any inaccurate answers.
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