Do you have a occupation/job?
As you know in May of 2015 I want to have 1 to 1 1/2 FREE classes for the children.
- You may use and provide:
- Example: if you are doctor you may bring some medical supplies or instruments.
Note: The children will ask you many questions, and you must provide an honest answer.
I want the children to become interested in what you do for a living.
Time: To Be Announced
Date: To Be Announced
If you have the time, (if not please make some time) please dedicate it to the children and inspire them to think about their future occupations.
You may use the computer, L.C.D., glass board, or anything that can and may help you provide a better presentation environment.
1 or 2 hours of your time may change someone’s life.
Your presentation will be in Chinese and/or English, and I will printout any materials you may have that you wish to share with the children.
If you are teacher, what subject(s) you teach such as math, English, science…
It is completely acceptable to have 10 different teachers or doctors do a presentation, as each will offer their own insight and opinion.
I will provide more details in regards to the actual schedule.
If you are interested please let me know, and I will also ask you in person to help the children.
I feel this will be a great way for the children to understand and possibly focus on their future occupation/job or career.
You do not need to e-mail if you son or daughter wishes to join, they just need to show up at the date and time I provide later.
This is open to any and all students, even if they are not my student they may still participate.
There is no FEE or PAYMENT for this class, this is 100% FREE.
Below are just a some, which some of the children already have been taught and know:
Occupation(s) – [ok-yuh-pey-shuhn] – /ˌɒkyəˈpeɪʃən/
A person’s usual or principal work or business, especially as a means of earning a living; vocation:
- Acrobat – A skilled performer of gymnastic feats, as walking on a tightrope or swinging on a trapeze.
- Artist – A person who practices one of the fine arts, especially a painter or sculptor.
- Dentist – A person whose profession is dentistry.
- Doctor – A person licensed to practice medicine, as a physician, surgeon, dentist, or veterinarian.
- Fisherman – A person who fishes, whether for profit or pleasure.
- Nurse – A person who has the general care of a child or children.
- Pilot – A person duly qualified to operate an airplane, balloon, or other aircraft, steer ships into or out of a harbor or through certain difficult waters.
- Policeman – Police Officer – A male member of a police force, body or law enforcement.
- Policewoman – Police Officer – A female member of a police force, body or law enforcement.
- Postman – Mailman – A person employed by the post office to deliver mail; mail carrier.
- Scientist – An expert in science, especially one of the physical or natural sciences.
- Teacher – A person who teaches or instructs, especially as a profession such as an instructor.
- Writer – A person engaged in writing books, articles, stories, etc., especially as an occupation or profession, as an author or journalist.
- Astronaut – A person engaged in or trained for spaceflight.
- Electrician – A person who installs, operates, maintains, or repairs electric devices or electrical wiring.
- Fireman – Firefighter: A person employed to extinguish or prevent fires.
- Juggler – A person who performs juggling feats, as with balls or knives.
- Sailor – A person whose occupation is sailing or navigation.
- Singer – A person who sings, especially a trained or professional vocalist.
- Soldier – A person who serves in an army; a person engaged in military service.
- Baker – A person, who bakes, makes and sells bread, cake, etc.
- Florist – A grower, retailer of flowers, ornamental plants, etc.
- Chef – The chief cook, especially in a restaurant or hotel, usually responsible for planning menus, ordering foodstuffs, overseeing food preparation, and supervising the kitchen staff.
- Food Vendor – A person or agency that sells food.
- Sweeper – A person or thing that sweeps such as janitor.
- Hairdresser – A person who arranges or cuts hair.
- Driver – A person or thing that drives a vehicle; coachman, chauffeur, etc.
- Librarian – A person in charge of a library, especially the chief administrative officer of a library.
- Gardener – A person who is employed to cultivate or care for a garden, lawn, etc.
- Housewife – A married woman who manages her own household.
I do plan to offer more classes and other courses in the very near future. These new classes or courses will be announced via E-Mail.
I sincerely want the children to excel in not just English but everything and anything they put their minds to.
They should take full advantage of this opportunity and any other opportunities I may provide now or in the future.
No favoritism can be offered to either the parent or student, as all parents and students are afforded the same information, details and privileges.
Therefore, if 1 (one) rule is applied for 1 (one) parent or student it shall be applied to all.
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Should you have any questions or concerns at anytime, please feel free to contact me.
Working together is the only way that we can help the children.
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