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Do you know what you want to be when you grow up?

Without all the professions, we wouldn’t have food, power, cars, schools, or water! That’s why we need to understand more about different professions, they are very important!

Come find out about different jobs and professions while you have fun assembling puzzles! Put the scenario together and choose the professional that is the best fit. Shall we start?

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Teacher's tips

Level of Education: Elementary School

Subject: Art

Theme: Geometric shapes; professions

Age: 05 to 09 years old

This game aims to introduce the professions, their characteristics and the workplaces. It is also important to show the students the diversity, showing them important things about social life and valuing the respect between people. The teacher can present this activity in both elementary school and middle school. To give you a few ideias, you'll see some suggestions of activities you can use or addapt for your group.

Learner outcomes

To associate the careers with their workplaces

To develop different thinking skills, such as observation, analysis and evaluation, and problem-solving;

To recognize the different positions of fragmented figures in an image;

To develop self-assurance when solving problems;

To stimulate cooperation between classmates by promoting activities in pairs or groups.

Teachers' goals

To teach in a playful way;

To promote respect between classmates;

To present social differences;

To bond classmates;

To help students associate the knowledge built in the classroom with the game;

To provide an interactive moment between the classmates;

To use technology as a teaching-learning tool;To offer the game as a didactic resource to explore the content discussed in the classroom;

To widen students' knowledge;

to work with motor skills, focusing skills, and logical thinking;

To enable the development of different thinking skills, such as observation, analysis and evaluation, and problem-solving;

Suggestions of approaches for the teacher

(Approach 1) Take old books and magazines and encourage the students to look for pictures of people in their workplace. Then, cut them and glue them on a sheet of paper. Ask the students to write the names of the professions below the pictures they glued.

(Approach 2) Interview a family member (This is suggested for kids older than seven years old):

  • Q1: What's your profession?

  • Q2: When did you start working in this profession?

  • Q3: Why did you choose this profession?

  • Q4: Do you like your job?

  • Q5: What is something that happened to you in your profession that is unforgettable? After they do that interview as homework, ask those who feel comfortable to share their experiences and ideas.

(Approach 3) Ask students to think of workplaces they would work at and clothes they would wear for each one of the professions they saw on the game. Turn this into a project. To do that,

ensure the students have enough materials to produce a poster. Some things you might need are: crayons, glue, glitter, scissors, paint, cardboard, sheets of paper, coloring pencils, pen, etc.

(Approach 4) Ask students to draw five professions that were not in the game.

(Approach 5) Ask students to research professions that used to exist in the past and professions that are not that common anymore.

(Approach 6) Ask students to list professions they think will exist in the future.

(Approach 7) Make a circle with the students and ask them:

  • What do you want to be when you grow up?

  • Why did you choose this profession?

  • Do you think this profession is dangerous?

(Approach 8) Make a play that includes some of the professions mentioned during the classes.

More about the content

Start the class by asking a few questions to the students, such as:

  • Who makes bread?

  • Who puts down a fire?

  • Who cooks?

  • Who makes hairstyles?

  • Who takes care of a farm?

After, ask if the students know any other professions. If they do, they say out loud.

You can also ask about the workplace:

  • Where does the doctor work?

  • Where does the chef work?

  • Where does the teacher work?

After asking these questions, tell them what the class topic will be. Then, take the students to play the game 'Professions';

After the game, you can do some of the activities suggested below.

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