Розробка уроку на тему "Shopping in the UK" для 6 класу з використанням PPT презентації, яку можна завантажити з розділу "Матеріали до уроків".
SHOPPING IN THE UK
By the end of the lesson students will be able to:
Video “the Supermarket Song by Peter Weatherall” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNpBYtcILv0&ab_channel=PeterWeatherall ,
“Magic box” with cards.
Т: Hello, friends. Welcome to our lesson. I hope you are OK and everybody is in a good mood.
Who is on duty today? Who is absent?
Look at the screen and answer the questions: What is the topic of our lesson?
Ok. Today we have to continue studying topic “Shopping”.
During the lesson we’ll speak, read, write and listen about shops and shopping. The topic of our lesson is: “Shopping in the UK”. You will learn how and where British do shopping.
Now let’s train our phonetics. What sound is this? Do you know how to pronounce it? [ŋ] Repeat by me: sing, ring, shopping, long, wrong, English, single.
Good! Listen to the rhyme and repeat by me:
T: Do you like shopping?
Ps: Yes, I do. I like shopping (very much).
T: Do you often go shopping?
Ps: Yes, I do. I often go shopping. / No, I don't. I don't often go shopping.
T: Who usually goes shopping in your family?
Ps: My Mum goes shopping. / My parents go shopping.
T: When did you go shopping last time?
Ps: I went shopping on Sunday (yesterday).
T: Who did you go shopping with?
Ps: I went shopping with my Mum (alone).
T: What new things did you buy?
Ps: We bought butter, sugar, apples and sausages.
Ps: We bought a sweater and a T-shirt for me.
T: Do you usually try on sweaters (shoes, jeans) before you buy them?
Ps: Yes, I do. I usually try things on.
T: Who bought this blouse (T-shirt, sweater, jacket) for you?
Ps: My Mum (sister, Dad, aunt) bought it.
Open your copybooks at page… and do exercise…: sort out the words into four groups according to the shops, where we can buy these goods.
Baker’s, newsagents, chemist’s, clothes.
We are going to do shopping but I think we need something for going shopping. What is it? It is money. Who will tell me what is British money?
Pound of sterling’s is a note Penny is a coin. Now I think we are ready for shopping in the UK. Write in your copybooks the names of British money: pound, pence, penny.
Try to make up the proverbs which are divided into two parts.
A penny saved is a penny earned.
Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves.
Time is money.
In for a penny in for a pound.
Try to find Ukrainian equivalents.
I want to give you some advises if you are going to do the shopping in the UK.
Now you have to make a shopping list because it is important not to forget to buy what you need.
Listen to the Supermarket Song by Peter Weatherall and fill in the shopping list with the names of the food mentioned in the song. Be attentive!
So let’s go! I know you want to buy something right now.
Act out the dialogue “In the Sweet Shop”
Now your task is to make up your own dialogue using this example. Imagine you are in baker’s or newsagent’s. Work in pairs. You’ve got 3 minutes.
At the previous lesson we have learned about some the most popular British shopping centers. Can you name them?
Now I want you to listen to the text about British shopping. Open your books at page ….. Exercise …. Listen and then answer my questions.
T: Now we’ll learn about one of the biggest shopping centers “Harrods”. Let’s look at the map of London. The arrow will show you where it is situated.
Put the words in correct order and you know something new about this shopping center:
1. is / London / place / shopping / a / for / great.
2. started / Charles Henry Harrod / store / this / department.
3. are / in / There / 300 / Harrods / departments.
4. people / them / About / visit /35 000 / every day.
T: Now let’s check up your sentences
T: Now let’s play the game “Magic box”. I’ve got a magic box. You should take a card from it, read the message and guess what shop is this.
1) I am looking for new magazine.
2) Do you have brown bread?
3) Can I try this jacket on?
4) Do you have a smaller size of trainers?
5) I’ll take a kilo of oranges.
6) What is the price of that toothpaste?
7) What is the size of these sandals?
Black Friday is the name given to the shopping day after Thanksgiving. It was originally called Black Friday because so many people went out to shop that it caused traffic accidents and sometimes even violence. The Philadelphia Police Department coined the phrase to describe the mayhem surrounding the congestion of pedestrian and auto traffic in the downtown area.
The name was first recorded in 1966 by Earl Apfelbaum, a dealer in rare stamps. In his ad, he said, "Black Friday is the name that the Philadelphia Police Department gave to the Friday following Thanksgiving Day. It is not a term of endearment for them. 'Black Friday' officially opens the Christmas shopping season in center city. It usually brings massive traffic jams and over-crowded sidewalks as the downtown stores are mobbed from opening to closing."
T: What would you do (or buy) if you had one million pounds...