Occupation P.3

This unit is about occupations and the name of the specific titles for them

Our   sub-county/division

Name   and location of our   sub-county/division Occupation

Vocabulary

Chairperson , secretary, office, parish , leader , policemen, farmer , farmer, doctor, fishmonger,   tailor, baker, teacher, etc (MK Bk 3 Pgs 86 – 87)

Our sub county/division

Name and location of our sub-county/division

Vocabulary

North , east, West , South , right , above, sunrise, sunset , direction , opposite, Eastern , Western ,Northern , Southern

Our sub-county/division

Name and location of our sub-county/division

Structures

What direction is the   …………….?

The direction of the   …………….s ………………….

Complete the sentences with a correct word.

  • Where does the sun……….? (go, set)
  • The sun rises from the ……………direction. (northern, eastern)
  • The   …………..is opposite the building. (mountain, sun)
  • The   valley is ……………….the hill. (along, across)
  • We get …………………from a lake. (fish, table)
  • The …………sets in the west. (moon, sun)
  • The   snake is hiding in the ………………….(bush, pen)
  • Sudan is   found   in the ………………….direction of Uganda. (western, northern)
  • Maria hid   …………..the trees. (behind, on)
  • Katushabe   comes   from the……………..part of Uganda. (southern, Northern)
Our   sub county/division

Name and location of our sub-county/division

Vocabulary

Rivers, valleys, hills, ponds, mountains, fish, graze, spring, along, up the, down the, across, from.

Use the correct preposition to complete the sentences:

  • Musa is going   ………………………..valley.
  • Our   school is found ………………..the road.
  • Jack and Jill went ………………………..hill.
  • Their house is ………………….the road.
  • We get fish   …………….……..the lakes.
Structures

  1. What direction is the   ……………….(hill ./ mountain)?

The   …………..(hill/mountain) is in the…………….(south/north)

  1. Where is   the ________________(hill, valley)?

The …………..(hill, valley) is   in the ……………. (East , West)

  1. Is the   ………………….(hill, valley, river)………..(along , across, up , down) the ………..(spring, well , mountain)?

Lesson activity

  1. Listen and write

Valley, pond, mountain, spring

  1. Use the   following words in sentences.

Fish, spring, ponds, along, across.

  1. Answer correctly:
  • Where do we get water from? (hill, spring)
  • Where do we find a valley? (below   the hill , East)
  • Is the …………(hill , valley) near the …………..(lake, river)?
A   poem

A   sharp cry in our sub-county

AIDS AIDS AIDS AIDS

AIDS the killer

Crying in the north

Crying in the south

Crying in the east

Crying in the west

Oh AIDS the killer!

 

Come out all you people!

Fight the killer AIDS

People from the north

People from the crowd

Stand out and fight

AIDS AIDS AIDS AIDS

Together we shall kick AIDS

Out of our sub-county.

 

  1. Give one word for the underlined group of words;

(a) My father is a man who makes bread.

(b) I   have seen a person who teaches children at school.

(c) A man who keeps law and order has to come to our school.

(d) She got married to a man who treats sick people.

OCCUPATION

Structures

  1. What does a doctor do? (farmer/doctor)

A doctor treats sick people

  1. What does a mechanic do?

A mechanic repairs vehicles. (MK Bk 3 Pg 86)

OCCUPATION

Structures

Who am i?

Example

  1. I am in-charge of a library. Who am I? You are a librarian.
  2. I write articles for newspapers or magazines. Who am I? You are an editor.
  3. I catch fish from a lake or river. Who am I?

Fill in correctly

  • I look after sheep, I am a ……………….
  • I am in charge of a library. I am a ……..I sell herbs. I am a ………..
  • A sell medicine and ointments. I am a …………………………….
  • I take photographs. I am a ……………………
  • I cut and sell meat. I am a ……………………….
  • I cut and sell meat. I am a ………………………….
  • I write books and novels. I am a………………………………
  • I catch fish from a lake or river, I am a …………………………
  • I sell fish to people. I am a ……………………………
OCCUPATION 

One word for many

Examples

  • My uncle is a person who keeps law and order. Policeman
  • I met a man who looks after sheep. Shepherd
  • Sarah is a person who grows and sells flower. Florist

Give a single word for the underlined group of words.

  • I saw a man who treats people’s eyes. …………………………………….
  • My mother is a woman looks after sick people. ……………………………..
  • A person who cuts and sells fish is here. ………………………………….
  • A person who repairs cars and buses has come. ………………………………
  • Stella is a person who types office work. ……………………………………
  • She got married to a person who makes furniture. ………………………………..
  • A person who shaves or trims men’s beards got an accident. …………………………………..
  • My father slapped a man who collects money and gives tickets in a bus or taxi. ………………………………..
  • Her mother is a woman who writes poems. ……………………………………..
  • She met a man who writes books and novels. …………………………………………..
Place of work Structures

  • Where do we  find a teacher?

We find a   teacher in a ……………………….

  • Where do we find   a lawyer?

We   find a lawyer in a ………………………………..

  • Where do we find a lawyer?

We find a lawyer in a ……………….

  • Where do we find a doctor?

We find a   doctor in a ………………..

Make correct sentences from the table below.

A secretary

A teacher

A farmer

A lawyer

A baker

A doctor

A hairdresser

A barber

A carpenter

A pharmacist

A shopkeeper

 

works

in a school

in a hospital

in a garden

in a pharmacy

in a court

in a workshop

in a shop

in a saloon

in an office

in a barber’s shop

in a bakery/bakers

 

Occupations

A conversation

All occupations are important

Questions:

  1. How many people are involved in the conversation.
  2. Why is a doctor more useful than a teacher?
  3. Who said, “A teacher is the best?”
  4. Who is a mechanic?
  5. What do you want to become in future?
  6. Who said you want to become in future?
  7. Why is a builder better?
  8. What did Siima tell her friends?
  9. Why do you think a teacher is the best?
  10. What is the title of the conversation?

 

OCCUPATIONS 
Everyday tense/Present simple tense.

We add “s” , “es” or “ies” to verbs in the   everyday tense with pronouns: She, he, it and one name.

Examples

  1. He   goes to school everyday.
  2. She carries  a basket every   night.
  3. Mary sits on a chair every time.
  4. It runs     after a rat   every evening.

We don’t add “s”, “es” or” ies” to the verbs in everyday tense with pronouns they, we, I, you and two or more names.

Examples

  1. They fetch water every morning
  2. We sweep the room every morning.
  3. I cry every week.
  4. Tom and Jim clean the house every   month.

Use   the words in the brackets to complete the sentences.

  1. Anna ………………….her uniform everyday. (wash)
  2. We………….juice every after a meal. (drink)
  3. Mummy……………….food every night. (cook)
  4. I ………….a bicycle every time. (ride)
  5. They …………………their clothes every evening. (carry)
  6. They …………..their clothes every week. (dry)
  7. She ……………………….in the classroom every afternoon. (sleep)
  8. It……………a rat every day. (catch)
  9. A dog…………..at   me every night.   (bark)
  10. Peter and   Jennifer……………..a new car every month. (drive)

 

Structures

The use of   always and sometimes.

We add “s” , “es” or “ies” to verbs using always and sometimes with the third person: she, he, it.

Examples

  1. He always brushes   his   teeth.
  2. She   sometimes   goes to   school.

We don’t add “s” , “es” or “ies” to verbs using always an sometimes with the first and second persons.

Examples

  1. I   always   eat fish.
  2. We sometimes   fry fish.
  3. They always   dig in the   morning.
  4. You sometimes     wash our clothes.

Complete the sentences correctly using the verbs given in the brackets.

  1. Mother always ………………in the evening. (dig)
  2. We   sometimes     …………………football at school. (play)
  3. He always     ………………………..in the morning.   (pray)
  4. They sometimes………………………plates after lunch. (wash)
  5. Farmers always   …………………on a mat. (sit)
  6. Martha sometimes   …………………..fish. (fry)
  7. I always ……………with my friends in the evening. (play)
  8. She sometimes ……………..behind the cupboard. (hide)
  9. Farmers always…………………crops in the wet season. (plant)
  10. John and Musa sometimes very late. (reach)
Livelihood in our sub-county/division

Social services and their importance

Conjunctions

Using “who”

We use “who” when talking about people.

Example:

  1. This is the man. He works with my sister.

This is the man who works with my sister.

  1. I can see a girl. She dances very well.

I can see a girl who dances very well.

Join the sentences using ……………who………….

  1. Here is the girl. She is an orphan.
  2. That is the policeman. He shot the mad man.
  3. Here is the lady. She lost a child.
  4. I spoke to the man. He came from Kenya.
  5. There comes the boy. He is our timekeeper.
  6. I want to call my friend. She stays next door.
  7. Herbert is the boy. He is very playful.
  8. We saw the girl. She saved the boy from danger.
  9. Eddie is the boy. He stole the money.
  10. Here comes the lady. She teaches us mathematics.

ASSIGNMENT : Occupation P.3 assignment MARKS : 10  DURATION : 1 week, 3 days

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