Subject: Conversational - English
1. Topic-
Dream Job
2. Content-
Vocabulary related to working and professional occupations. Describing jobs they would like to have incorporating the second conditional to talk about a situation that is not real or is unlikely to occur and its imagined consequences.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. refine their skills in describing what they want to do and why using the second conditional frames
2. increase vocabulary base by 10-15 words and expressions related to careers
3. develop goals for possible careers
4. Objectives-
1. After learning and practicing interpersonal, presentational, and interpretive modes of communication, students will correctly express their desires.
2. What people do, want to do, and will do for their occupation.
5. Materials and Aids-
Dialogue handout including vocabulary and grammar point(s).
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Identify jobs of people the students are close to, i.e. parents, neighbors, etc.
2. Identify vocabulary on handout.
3. Introduce the dialog.

B. Development-

1. Have students listen (if audio is available) and read through the conversation.
2. Ask students to explain what the conversation was about, i.e. Who said what? How does he/she feel?
3. Review and explain grammar point in further detail.

C. Practice-

1. Ask a few students to volunteer what their dream jobs are and if they know anyone that has those.
2. Split up students into groups and have them take turns discussing their dream jobs with reasons why. Reasons should pertain to personal interests, goals, and characteristic traits. Remind them to write it down in their notebooks as well.
3. Have a few students present their goals to the class.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Write about someone who has their dream job.
2. Use the grammar point to write about what they would do with a billion won.

G. Closure-

1. Now that they've thought about their dream jobs in detail, have them discuss ways of turning those dreams into reality.

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