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Which subjectEnglish as second
What age groupPreschool
What topicJobs and proffesions
Number of lessons38
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Course Overview

This course is designed for preschool students aged 2-3 who are learning English as a second language. The aim of the course is to introduce students to the vocabulary and language structures associated with jobs and professions. By the end of the course, students will be able to identify and describe different jobs and understand basic sentences related to professions.

Course Goals

Course Aims

  1. To introduce students to job-related vocabulary (e.g. doctor, teacher, police officer, firefighter, chef, etc.)
  2. To teach students to identify different jobs by their uniforms and tools.
  3. To enable students to use simple sentences to describe different jobs.
  4. To provide opportunities for students to practice listening and speaking skills through job-related conversations and activities.
  5. To introduce students to basic grammatical structures related to jobs and professions.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction (2 lessons)

Module 2: Job Vocabulary (8 lessons)

Module 3: Job Descriptions (12 lessons)

Module 4: Grammar and Syntax (12 lessons)

Module 5: Real-life Scenarios (2 lessons)

Module 6: Assessment and Conclusion (2 lessons)


This course is designed to be engaging and interactive to encourage students to develop their English skills. Teachers should seek to vary instructional strategies to promote cognitive engagement. By the end of the course, students will be able to identify and describe different jobs in English and will have developed foundational language skills that will be helpful for future language learning.