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The aims of the lesson: Learn the new vocabulary Learn how to use it in speech Find out more about the work of Public Services
Public service professions. Police officer |pəˈliːs ɒfɪsə| полицейский, офицер полиции Nurse |nəːs| медицинская сестра, санитарка Surgeon |ˈsəːdʒ(ə)n| хирург Postal worker |ˈpəʊst(ə)l ˈwəːkə| почтовый работник Firefighter |ˈfaɪə faɪtər | пожарный Librarian |lʌɪˈbrɛːrɪən| библиотекарь Mayor |ˈmeɪər| мэр Cashier |kaˈʃɪə| кассир Attendant |əˈtɛnd(ə)nt| обслуживающее лицо; служитель
What does each professional do? Police officer protects people and property, patrolling the areas he or she is assigned. Nurse treats patients who are sick and injured. Surgeon performs an operation. Postal worker collects, sorts, and delivers mail. Firefighter works to put out fires. Librarian works in a library and is responsible for a collection of books. Mayor is elected or chosen to lead the group who governs a town or city Cashier collects payments for customer purchases. Attendant serves or helps customers.
Personal qualities Brave Strong Honest Healthy
Caring Skilful Efficient Hardworking
Fit Careful Organised Brave
What does each job requires? Surgeons need to be intelligent and skilful as they do difficult surgeries. Librarians need to be organised as they keep many books and records. Police officers need to be honest as they have a lot of power. Cashiers need to be careful as they work with money. Postal workers need to be responsible to deliver the mail to the right places. Attendants need to be friendly as they talk to customers.
English in Use. Reporting a crime. Police officer: Hello, Miss Harvey, I’m Police Constable Jack Rivers. Thank you for taking the time to come in and make a statement. Miss Harvey: You’re welcome. I’m happy to help. Police officer: Now, let me just take down a few details. Your full name is Jackie Harvey, is that right? Miss Harvey: Yes, Harvey is spelt H-A-R-V-E-Y. Police officer: Ok. And what’s your address please? Miss Harvey: It’s 11 Wensleydale Drive, Nottingham. Police officer: Right. And a telephone number please in case we need to contact you again? Miss Harvey: Sure. It’s 0118 8475632. Police officer: Ok, thank you. Now, can you just give me a brief description of what exactly happened? Miss Harvey: Well … I was just walking into the bank when this man came roaring down River Street on his motorbike. Police officer: Did you see the man’s face? Miss Harvey: Yes, but only for a moment. He looked about thirty-five years old and had short black hair. Police officer: Right. And then what happened? Miss Harvey: Well, suddenly, he rode his motorbike onto the pavement and snatched the bag from this old lady who was just coming out of the bank. The poor lady! Apparently she had all of her credit cards in her bag, as well as ￡200 in cash that she had just drawn out of her bank account. Police officer: I see. Miss Harvey: …and then the old lady fell over, in shock I think, and really badly bruised her leg. She was so upset, as you can imagine. Police officer: Hmmm…and then what did the man on the motorbike do? Miss Harvey: Well, he sped off with the bag, of course. Police officer: Right, well I think that’s about all. We’ll contact you by phone if there’s anything else we need to know. Thanks again for your help. Miss Harvey: No problem. I hope you find whoever did this to that poor old lady!
Help Officer Penderton to fill in the form to catch the criminal. Use the previous dialogue.
“A profession that completely matches your talent, aspirations and skills is the best profession you can choose.” ― Eraldo Banovac The lesson is over. Goodby!