Your Future Occupation

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Grade Level
Middle School
Subject
Reading & Writing
Length of Time
45 minutes or homework assignm
Description

This lesson could be used with fourth and fifth grade students as well as with middle school.

Have students think about their future occupation and write a story with them as the main character in a work situation.

Goals

Thinking about their future occupation
What would they do on their job?
Write a story using first person

Materials Needed

Notebook paper
Pencils and Erasers
Pens for final copy

Procedure

You will discuss with the students about occupations.

Have them write a story with them as first person and what they are doing the first day on their job.

Grading

You can grade them on the structure of the story and mechanics.

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