Writing a Job Application contributed by an Indonesia ETA
Do you ever feel the need to prove to your students that your class does actually have a purpose to it, that they are actually learning skills that will be useful in the future? Amidst the grind of grammar lessons and the sometimes-frivolous fun of games, it is sometimes important to incorporate a lesson that has students produce something tangible, with an easily-perceived practical value.
This Lesson of the Week: “Writing a Job Application”, contributed by an Indonesia ETA does just that. Following a discussion about dream jobs and a vocabulary introduction, students fill out job applications. This is excellent practice not only for future employment that may involve using English, but also for university or potential study abroad opportunities.
You can download materials for this lesson below:
Make sure to visit our blog again next week for one final Lesson of the Week in November!