There are many different kinds of jobs that people do.
How many jobs can you name in English? Can you describe them?
Here are some examples.
I am a cook. I prepare food.
I am a doctor. I help sick people.
I am a policeman. I catch thieves.
I am a farmer. I grow food.
Look at the picture below. Can you name these jobs?
Somebody who drives a vehicle.
Somebody who helps doctors.
Somebody who delivers mail.
Somebody who puts out fires.
People work in different places, use different tools, do different jobs. They help each other by offering goods and services.
To find out what someone's job is, you can ask:
Greengo meets a pirate.
Hi! What's your job?
Greengo meets a cowboy.
What do you do?
Greengo meets a wizard.
Where do you work?
Greengo meets a king.
What do you do for a living?
Wordies know a lot of job games to practise English! These games are fun and easy, and you can play them at home, at school, anywhere!
Here are some ideas.
When I grow up, I want to be a fireman. What do you want to be?
What is my job? Can you guess?
I teach students, who am I?
Look around and try to find ...
somebody who uses tools and fixes cars.
Jobs, jobs to do! There's one that's right for you. Be a doctor!
Now you have to mime a doctor, e.g. checking a pulse.
Check out other resources on the topic! This unit includes both online and printable materials that can help kids learn and practise basic English expressions in a fun way.