Showing posts with label jobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label jobs. Show all posts

Saturday, 19 January 2013

Dustbin Game. Transport

In the game below, you will see several means of transport and people who work with them. Just drag each item to the correct bin. Use the dictionary for help.

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Saturday, 15 December 2012

What's your job? Flashcards

Hi! What do you do? What's your job? Are you a student? We are here to learn words about jobs. Click on the right and left arrows to see all the flashcards. Click on the loudspeaker icon to listen to their pronunciation. Then, click on the link below to study the words. You can do spelling and listening activities or play games.

Friday, 13 April 2012

Star Wars Hangman Game

Have you heard of the Star Wars movie saga? Have you seen any of the six movies? Here are some security guards, they are trying to defend their master, Darth Vader. If you don't guess the words soon, they will be destroyed. This is a different kind of the popular hangman game, so just click on the letters and they will appear over the lines if your choice is correct.

Play this game on the what2learn site

Play this game on the what2learn site

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Game Time! Present Perfect and Jobs Flashcards

Game time!
Cut up the cards and put them face down. Each player has to choose one and say sentences using present perfect telling what they have done at work. The other players have to guess his job.
For example, Player A picks up a card at random.
The other players ask: “What have you done today?”
Player A answers: “I have studied a lot of lines, I have rehearsed with my colleagues.”
The rest of the players will ask: "Are you an actor?"
and Player A will say "Yes, I am".
Then, it's someone else's turn. You can draw pictures in blank cards, write different jobs' names and continue playing.


Present Perfect and Jobs

Hey there! Have you done anything interesting today? In the game below you will see present perfect sentences and you will have to match them to the right profession for each one. You will find examples of different people, so be careful and don't mistake first person plurals for third person singulars or others. As soon as you finish, tell me: how much time have you needed to complete the exercise? You can also play this game with your friends or at the classroom to practise speaking skills, you can say similar sentences in present perfect to tell your partners what you have done and they must try to guess your profession.

Present Perfect and Jobs by Pilar

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Jobs. Manic Miner Game

I know you love the Manic Miner game so here it is to reinforce your knowledge about jobs. I'm sure your intuition will tell you how to play but just in case, here are the rules. Help Willy the miner in his mission. At the bottom of the screen, there are phrases and you will see three options moving all over the screen. Choose the one that matches the profession, answer three questions correctly, collect the key and jump down the toilet to get to the next level. You have five lives, monsters kill you on contact and incorrect answers drain your energy. There are many levels. Go!

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Jobs. Pastimes

Are you up for some pastimes? Here you can find a word search, a word scramble game and a crossword. All of the words involved have to do with jobs. Can you become the quickest player to solve all the puzzles?

What do you do?

Hello! Today we are going to have a look at some jobs, some professions. When we want to know about someone's job, we ask: "What do you do?" or "What is your job?" For example, my owners are a doctor and a lawyer. If you ask me about them, you would say "What does he do?" and "What does she do?". And then, I would say "He is a doctor and she is a lawyer". Learn about more jobs playing with these flashcards. Each card shows a picture, the English word and its translation into Spanish. You can do matching, listening and spelling exercises, and play games too. You can use these flashcards as bits of intelligence.

Saturday, 31 March 2012

Occupations in mystery and adventure stories

I'm here to show you a set of flashcards illustrating different professions, and also occupations that we can see in thrillers and adventure stories. Each card shows a picture, the English word and its translation into Spanish. You can do matching, listening and spelling exercises, and play games too. After that, unscramble the letters in the words of the game to practise spelling. To check your answers, just click on the check button.

Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Jobs Game

Hi! I'm Abraham Lincoln and I'm going to introduce you to a game of jobs.
What is a job? A job is your occupation; you do it in exchange for pay, for money. My job was being a politician. I was the President of the United States of America in the nineteenth century.
I'm going to help you widen your vocabulary with a game. Listen to the intructions.
The Earth is being attacked, you can save it if you answer questions correctly. At the bottom of the screen, you will see what different people from different jobs say. You have to shoot the right job using your mouse.
Good luck!