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Technical English resources: ENGLISH FOR CARPENTERS. Take a peek at a growing selection of ready-to-use printable and digital resources.
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Teaching and learning vocational English, such as English for Carpenters, can be extremely frustrating. There are certain topics that are particularly complex, mostly due to the lack of resources.

The resources below, for instance, were designed to meet the needs of students who work in the wood industry. In this group of students, we include salespeople, carpenters, joiners or cabinet-makers who feel the need to improve their English skills. We will be adding new resources.

English Resources for Woodworkers: Carpenters, Joiners, Cabinet-makers and Salespeople

Content:

  • Bedroom furniture
  • The anatomy of a bed

Included resources:

  • Worksheet 
  • PowerPoint presentation with answer key

Content:

  • Seating furniture
  • The anatomy of chairs

Included resources:

  • Worksheet 
  • PowerPoint presentation with answer key

Content:

  • Types of tables 
  • Table extensions / Tables leaves
  • The anatomy of a table

Included resources:

  • Worksheet 
  • PowerPoint presentation with answer key

Content:

  • Storage furniture
  • The anatomy of a hutch
  • The anatomy of a cabinet

Included resources:

  • Worksheet 
  • PowerPoint presentation with answer key

Content:

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Safety signs
  • The human body

Included resources:

  • Worksheet 
  • PowerPoint presentation with answer key

Your turn

Whether you are a student or a teacher, I would love to read your thoughts on this topic in the comment section.

One other thing, if learning or teaching English is one of your goals, you should take a look at two other blog posts on the topics ‘10 tips to learn English with books‘, ‘The importance of taking an English Level Test‘ and ‘English for work‘. 

By the way, did you know you can take a FREE English Level Test at up2dateSKILLS.com? Give it a try!

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