This game focuses on part-time jobs with four main sections. There is a places/store vocabulary practice section and a spelling section. Then, there are simple questions and answer games for conversation practice asking about someone's part-time job. The grammar games help students to learn to form and use relative clauses. These activities are associated with the ESL Young Learners Curriculum - Unit 15.
The questions and answers for the grammar exercises are similar to these below:
A: Who is Tom?
B: He's the boy who works at the hotel.
A: Is the girl that works at the movies your sister?
B: Yes, she is./No, she's not.
A: Do you know the boy that works at the mall?
B: Yes. That's Bill.
A: Who is the girl that works at the clothing store?
B: That's Becky.
The vocabulary and spelling games just cover the business or store vocabulary, 'a clothing store' or 'a fast food restaurant' for example. It's important that the students be familiar with the vocabulary before trying the other sections.
The questions section has simple 'Where does he/she work?' questions and simple answers, 'He works at a hotel.' It's important that students can build the simple statement before they move on to relative clause formation.
The grammar exercises use both 'that' and 'who' for the relative pronouns. The students can use either when typing their answers but the multiple choice exercises will only provide one or the other for students to choose from.
For a full list of the vocabulary and additional materials for classroom use, check out the links below to printable teacher resources that match these exercises:
More activities and games to learn English:
Update: Learn more about the badge system --> check out the badge page for information on how to earn badges, how to print badges, how teachers can use the badges in their classrooms.
There is a new page with a short explanation about the games and exercises included in each topic --> check out the games page for those details.
Full End User License Agreement - synopsis: You are free to use any resource on this site as an end user and MES grants you an End User License with the following restrictions: You may not redistribute, copy, modify, transfer, transmit, repackage, re-engineer, charge for, or sell any of the materials from this site. All materials are provided as is. MES is not responsible for delivery, cultural appropriateness, errors, losses or damages associated with use of MES sites. Use at your own risk and discretion. MES reserves the right to terminate or make changes to this agreement for any reason and without notice.