PSHE – Thursday 14th January

In today’s lesson you will learn about a range of jobs carried out by people and explore how much people can earn by doing these different jobs. You will also learn to appreciate the contribution made by people in different jobs. This means that you will know what those people do and why it is important.

Below are some job cards. Your first task is to put those jobs in what you think is their order of importance. Think about why you feel that some jobs are more important than others.

Next, you are going to think about the salary for each of these jobs. A salary is the amount of money you earn, in this case over a year.

Here are the salaries for each job. Can you match them to the correct job?

£26,000, £32,000, £24,000, £22,000, £21,000, £18,000, £39,000, £71,000, £9,000, £14,000, £44,000, £14,000, £40,000, £20,000, £27,000, £676,000.

Then, in this video, you can find out the correct salary for each job.

Write about:

  1. Who earns the most and why this might be?
  2. Are the salaries for each job fair?
  3. Who contributes the most to society? (this means who does the most for people).
  4. Who should earn the most based on the job they do?
  5. Which three jobs do you think contribute the most to society?

You should write at least 100 words all together.

You should spend at least 45 minutes on this.

 

 

17 thoughts on “PSHE – Thursday 14th January

  • 14th January 2021 at 9:56 am
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    Nurses 26,000
    Doctor 40,000
    Vet 32,000
    Estate agent 24,000
    Farmer 22,000
    Bus driver 21,000
    Mechanic 18,000
    Police officers 39,000
    Hairdressers 9,000
    Secretary 14,000
    Solicitor 44,00
    Chef 14,000
    Army 20,000
    Fire officer 27,000

    I would be a doctor not because the money because at this time like corona u need doctors and nurses to help and they need lots on doctors and nurses. To help SAVE LIVES

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  • 14th January 2021 at 10:14 am
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    1.solictor earns the most money in the video
    2.yes because some of them are easy and some of them are hard
    3.for me it is charity worker and doctors nurses
    4.the hairdresser is and unfair price I would make hair dressers £12,000
    5.doctor,nurse,charity worker

    When I grow up I would be a automotive engineer.

    nurse £26,000
    doctor £71,000
    teacher £32,000
    mechanic £22,000
    charity worker £14,000
    footballer £676,000
    singer £40,000
    office worker or banker £27,000
    pilot £44,000
    vet £32,00
    train driver £18,000
    postman £14,000
    firefighter £40,000
    army £9000

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  • 14th January 2021 at 10:31 am
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    I think the doctor because everybody is sick at the moment and everybody needs a doctor from the pandemic.

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  • 14th January 2021 at 10:48 am
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    1. who earns the most money and why? 1. footballer because they play football
    2. are the salaries for each job fair? no because doctors should earn more
    3. who contributes the most to society? docters and nurses
    4. who should earn the most based on the job they do? docters and nurses
    5. which three jobs do you think contribute the most to society? police officer nurses and docters

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  • 14th January 2021 at 11:19 am
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    The most important job is actually a key worker. And they only get payed about £50 if your lucky maybe a bit more if that and I know that because my mum is a keyworker. And I learnt that from my mum.

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  • 14th January 2021 at 11:27 am
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    The most important job is actually a key worker. And you only get payed £50 maybe a bit more. And my mum is a key worker.

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  • 14th January 2021 at 12:10 pm
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    The footballer earns by far the most and it is fair because they run for 90-120 mins 1-3 times a week across a pitch that is from (length) 90-128m (Width) 60-75m so they deserve thier salary. Then pilots. Pilots have a riskful and serious job. They are responsible for 1-1000 peoples lives because he could’ve crashed the plane at any moment and he would lose his life. Doctors and vets also have a riskful job because if the operation goes wrong the person/pet who had the operation would die. Nurses are important because they give tools to the vets/doctors and they help them.

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  • 14th January 2021 at 1:05 pm
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    Less-
    Singer-Don’t need to sing now days.
    Army
    Footballer
    Mechanic
    Train driver
    Fire officer
    Vet
    Pilot
    Post man
    Nurse
    Doctor
    Officer-Banker- Information needs to be found out.

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    • 14th January 2021 at 1:37 pm
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      An interesting list Hargun.

      I wonder if other people will agree with you?

      Mr Bushell

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  • 14th January 2021 at 1:33 pm
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    1. Footballer because they are talented
    2. No because a nurse and a doctor save lives
    3. A nurse and a doctor
    4. The doctors and nurses
    5. A nurse, doctor and a chef

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    • 14th January 2021 at 1:36 pm
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      Hello Max

      Do you think that footballers are the only talented people on the list?

      Isn’t it interesting that doctors and nurses are in a lot of your answers?

      Mr Bushell

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  • 14th January 2021 at 1:40 pm
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    Doctor/nurse £18,000
    Fire officer £27,000
    Vet £24,000
    Teacher £26,000
    Charity worker £71,000
    Army £676,000
    Pilot £14,000
    Train driver £22,000
    Mechanic £39,000
    Post person £14,000
    Banker £9,000
    Singer £40,000
    Football £44,000

    Who earns the most and why this might be? A footballer but i don’t know why. It’s too much money to just play football. Doctors and charities look after people more than footballers.
    Are the salaries for each job fair? No, not at all.
    Who contributes the most to society? (this means who does the most for people). Doctors, nurses, firefighters, teachers and charity workers contribute more to society because they help people.
    Who should earn the most based on the job they do? Nurses, doctors, firefighters and charity workers.
    Which three jobs do you think contribute the most to society? Doctors, firefighters and charity workers.

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    • 14th January 2021 at 1:54 pm
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      A great post Cody! Many would agree with you.

      I wonder what your classmates think?

      Mr Bushell

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  • 14th January 2021 at 5:17 pm
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    1. Footballer as people pay to watch the games and the money gets sent to the footballers.
    2. NO as the people who help people get the least money and the people who don’t help others get a fortune.
    3. Doctors and nurses as they help people and get the most dangerous jobs.
    4. Doctors as they are very hard working.
    5. I would say doctors, firemen and teachers as they are the most important jobs in history.

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    • 15th January 2021 at 10:18 am
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      Hello Owen

      A lot of other people would agree with your views.

      For what reasons do you think people choose to do different jobs?

      Mr Bushell

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  • 14th January 2021 at 6:09 pm
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    My order of importance and salary guess

    Doctor – 71,000
    Nurse – 40,000
    Army – 39,000
    Fire officer – 27, 000
    Teacher – 26,000
    Vet – 24,000
    Charity worker – 9,000
    Banked – 22,000
    Mechanic – 18,000
    Pilot – 32,00
    Train driver – 14,000
    Post person – 14,000
    Footballer – 676,000
    Singer – 44,000

    1. Footballers earn the most.
    I don’t know what reason footballers would earn this much money.

    2. The salaries are not fair for each job.

    3. I think doctors do the most for the society.

    4. I think doctors and nurses should earn the most based on the jobs that they do.

    5. I think doctors, nurses and charity workers help society.

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    • 15th January 2021 at 10:16 am
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      Good post Mia.

      A lot of people would agree with you.

      What would you do to make it fairer?

      Mr Bushell

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