Will AI create millions of jobs?

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worksheet about artificial intelligence


This worksheet about artificial intelligence consists of tasks built around an article and jobs that it will create rather than destroy.

B2 / Upper Intermediate30 minStandard LessonOnly Printable$6 Plan


The worksheet starts with three questions. Make your students discuss them and spend as much time on them as you can. Next, students check whether they were right by reading the first part of the article. The article has some gaps in it, so in the next task students have to choose the best words to complete them. For each gap, they have four options to choose from.


When it comes to the second part of the article, students have to listen to it and complete its gaps with one to three words each. By the way, the audio file for the second part of the article is generated with the use of artificial intelligence 🙂 Could you tell a difference? Finally, students move to a short discussion about the article and their own ideas.


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