The teacher starts the class by explaining the difference between words job an work, which could also be used as revision of the Present Simple (e.g. I work, he works, I have a job, she has a job etc.)
After that, the teacher takes students through the vocabulary listed in the lesson providing any necessary explanation. Since the list only covers very basic expressions, the teacher might need to introduce additional vocabulary to enable students to build short sentences using the new vocabulary. The target language can also be used by students to write short dialogues in pairs or alone, which can later be used as role plays.
The lesson can also be used to teach prepositions e.g. I work as a / in / at etc. or as an introduction to the Present Continuous e.g. I’m looking for a job.
The Exercises section (ćwiczenia) can be used as extra practice in class or at home.
Pros and cons:
+ Good lesson for adult learners
+ Fun games to practice new vocabulary, pronunciation of all the new words
+ Pictures, which would be of help to any ‘visual’ type of learner
– The website doesn’t provide many exercises
– The website is not suitable for non-Polish speakers
The lesson is a great basis for vocabulary / speaking lesson at A2 level. It provides a lot of potential for simple speaking practice, which is very helpful but often difficult for teachers to arrange at such low levels.
|Complexity of the development / implementation of the content||Low. The site is poorly developed and the content is limited to 44 lessons focused on vocabulary. Each of them contains lesson (in form of a text), glossary and simple exercises.|
|Comfort of use||Easy, but you have to know Polish as all the instructions are in Polish|
|Skills and knowledge required||Basic|
|Software requirements||No specific software requirements|
|Expected technological tendency/trend||Low. This type of tools are becoming less popular as they have limited features and do not offer progress check or certificates and are not visually attractive.|
|Mobile friendly||No||Registration required||No|