Урок англійської мови у 6 класі,
за підручником А. Несвіт “WE LEARN ENGLISH”
Тема: SHOPS AND SHOPPING ( At the shopping mall)
Цілі уроку: Закріпити вивчену по темі лексику, вчити складати ситуативні діалоги і користуватися ними на практиці; розвивати навики аудіювання
і говоріння, творчі здібності учнів, навики роботи в групі; виховувати ввічливість та уважність при покупці товару, підвищити інтерес до вивчення мови.
Обладнання: картки: з назвами магазинів (для роботи на дошці і для рольової гри), для роботи в групі “Знайди правильний магазин”, зі структурами та списком речей, які потрібно купити; картинки з виглядом різних магазинів та предметами, які продаються в різних типах магазинів; магнітофонні записи, скоч, сигнальні картки; матеріали для рольової гри: телевізійна коробка, книги, іграшки, овочі, фрукти, коробки, картки з назвами дійових осіб, цінники, мікрофон, картки для рефлексії, плакат “Customer’s Service Area”, “гроші” для оцінювання (“гривні” різною вартістю), підручник А. Несвіт “WE LEARN ENGLISH”, 6 клас.
Форма проведення уроку: Role play
- Hello! Glad to see you. How are you?
- Fine ( super, not bad, so-so). Thank you. What about you?
- I’m fine too.
Let’s start our lesson. The topic for discussion today is “Shops and shopping”. It is very important in our life, so by the end of the lesson you should be able to talk about shopping for your family, to talk with shop-assistant and learn to behave when doing shopping, to understand and reply appropriately. All the suggested activities will increase your ability to speak appropriate English in any situation. To your surprise you’ll receive money for your activity knowledge. Then, you’ll practice to buy.
III. Role play.
Brainstorming. My dear friends, look at these pictures, read and translate.
What kinds of shops do you know? (Two pupils – teacher’s assistants are choosing cards with the names of the shops from the words on the bottom of the blackboard and sticking them on the blackboard).
Baker’s, supermarket, dairy, grocer’s, greengrocer’s, butcher’s, fishmonger’s, bookstore, stationer’s, sport goods, haberdashery, electric appliance shop, furniture shop, household items, ironmonger’s, hardware store, jewelry store, footwear, cosmetic shop, chemist’s, optician’s, boutique, men’s wear, newsagent’s, department store, confectionery, market, toy store, flower’s.
Teacher. By the way, have you watched the last TV news? Oh, no. Turn on the TV set immediately. Let’s listen to the news.
Commentator. (In the box ) You are watching the first national channel. News from the centre of the town. (Pictures) A new shopping mall was opened today at
9 o’clock in the morning. We are talking with the manager of the shopping mall.
Manager. (Take a microphone). There are many different stores in our mall. You can buy everything you want here. Besides, you can have lunch, dinner or rest in our cafeteria, make your hair at our hairdresser’s or receive a parcel at the post-office. There is a free parking lot in front of the shopping centre and private security guards. Welcome to our shopping mall! Only today we offer many products at special prices! Buy now, don’t put it for tomorrow. You are welcome!
Teacher. Do you want to go to the shopping mall to do shopping?
Of course we do.
OK! You’ll do it if I’m sure you know the names of the shops and what we can buy there. So, you’ll have some tests. Are you ready? Let’s start.
3. Test 1. Listen to the sentences and agree or disagree with me using your signal cards: agree – green, disagree – red . Are you ready?
Department stores are large stores which are popular both with the local residents and tourists.
The fishmonger’s is the place where you can buy fish and seafood.
The newsagent’s is the place where you can buy milk, cottage cheese and butter.
The hairdresser’s is the place where we buy vegetables and fruit..
I can buy a loaf of bread and rolls at the bakery.
We can buy medicine at the chemist’s.
In Great Britain people use dollars and cents doing shopping.
In Ukraine people use pounds and pence doing shopping.
Those people who buys things is a customer.
Those people who sell things are shop-assistants.
Key: 1 + ; 2 + ; 3 – ; 4 – ; 5 + ; 6 + ; 7 – ; 8 – ; 9 + ; 10 + .
4. Group work. Test 2. Turn by turn. Name the colours, green, yellow or red… (Green, hands up. It is the first group. My assistant at the first group is …)
When One group answers, the two others show your signal cards, green if you agree with the answer, red if you don’t agree.
Where do you buy the following things? Answer the question using flash cards on your desks and the structure: .
We buy … at the…. To buy … we go to the … .
Group1 – apples, tomatoes, melons; smoked meat, ham, sausage; a sofa, a table, a chair; trousers, a shirt; a pen, a ruler, a note book; tea, coffee.
Group2 – milk, butter, sour cream; fish, crabs; a newspaper, a magazine;
a vacuum cleaner, a washing machine, a microwave oven, a refrigerator; bread, rolls; ice cream, a bar of chocolate, sweets;
Group3 – a football, a fishing-rod; a skirt, tights, a dress; cream, shampoo, lipstick; shoes, boots; a rose, a tulip, a pink; a toy-bear, a doll, a machine-toy.
(One group answers, the two others show their signal cards, green if they agree with the answer, red if they don’t agree. Groups answer one by one; pupils answer
showing their cards others: P1 → P2 → … → P6.)
5. Group work. Test 3. Take your cards and write down where you would go to in order to buy or to do the following things. Choose from the words on the right. Read and say using the following familiar structure:
We buy … at the… . To buy … we go to the … .
1) to buy medicine, make-up a) baker's
2) to buy fish, crabs b) chemist's
3) to buy potatoes, bananas, onions, apples c) bookshop
4) to buy a pair of shoes, boots
6) to buy meat, sausages f) butcher's
7) to buy milk, sour cream, curds g) grocery store
8) to buy tea, sugar, salt
9) to buy a loaf of bread, cakes, rolls i) greengrocer's
11) to buy stamps, envelopes k) sport goods
12) to buy an arm-chair, a sofa, a bookshelf 1) footwear
15) to buy a volleyball, a fishing-rod m) fishmonger's
16) to buy a newspaper, a magazine p) men's wear
q) cosmetic shop
s) furniture shop
20) to buy cream, deodorant, shampoo, lipstick
21) to buy a city map, a guidebook, a dictionary u) dairy
22) to buy trousers, a suit, a pullover, a T-shirt v) post-office
Key: 1b, 2m, 3i, 4l, 5r, 6f, 7u, 8g, 9a, 10j,11v,12s, 13d, 14n, 15k, 16w, 17x, 18e, 19o, 20q, 21c, 22p, 23h, 24t.
(One group answers, the two others show their signal cards, green if they agree with the answer, red if they don’t agree. Groups answer one by one; pupils read the sentences P1 → P2 → … → P6.)
Teacher (summarizing). Well done! I see you are ready to go to the shopping mall.
Open your copybooks. What Day is it today? write down “ Wensday, 9 Class work”.
LISTEN TO ME!!! Your mother asked you to go shopping and left the shopping list. Read it doing the sums. Cards on the blackboard and on the desks. So, what did your mother ask you to buy?
pea – ea + ot + ato + es (potatoes)
tea – ea + om + at + oes (tomatoes)
but – ut +ana + net – et + as (bananas)
brown – own + ear – r + d ( bread)
sa + user – er +ages – s ( sausage )
soap – oap + uga + red – ed (sugar)
cream – ream + ur + deep – eep (curd)
pig – g + zip – ip – za (pizza)
Check yourself with the list written on the blackboard.
7. Situation dialogue .
Teacher. I’m not sure that the department store is open now, so we call there to find out. Do it, please. (Exercise 1 (1), page 43)
Operator: Macy’s, may I help you?
Pupil: Yes, please. Are you open now? How late are you open tonight?
Operator: The shopping mall works from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. without a break for dinner or days off.
Pupil: Thank you very much.
Operator: You are welcome.
8. Relaxation. T e a c h e r: Thank you . It seems to me that you are tired a little, are not you?
P u p i l s: Yes we are.
T e a c h e r: Let’s do some physical exercises. Stand up, please. Repeat after me, please.
Hands up! Clap! Clap!
Hands down! Shake! Shake!
Hands to the left! Clap! Clap!
Hands to the right! Clap! Clap!
Touch your shoulders!
Touch your nose!
Touch your ears!
Touch your toes!
Hands on hips!
And sit down!
10. (Check on Homework). T e a c h e r: Can you tell me please, what is your home task for today?
P u p i l 1: Our home task for today is exercise 1 at page 125.
T e a c h e r: Yes, you are right. You had to complete and to learn the dialogue at home. Are you ready?
P u p i l s: Yes we are.
T e a c h e r: So let’s check the home task.
Group1 – At the bookstore.
At the bookstore.
What can I do for you?
I am looking for books by J. Rowling.
what books by J. Rowling are you looking for?
I’m sorry but we have only the first two parts. Shall I show you?
Here you are. Do you want anything else?
No, thank you. What’s the price of it?
20 pounds, please. Pay the cash desk, please.
Group2 – At the toy store.
Good morning! What can I do for you?
I’m looking for a present for my little sister on her birthday.
How old is your sister?
She is 4 and she likes toys, especially animals.
Then take a monkey-toy. Look here.
I like it. How much does it cost?
5pounds. Anything else?
No, thank you.
Happy birthday to your sister!
Group3 – At the greengrocer’s.
Good afternoon! Can I help you?
Good afternoon! I’d like to buy two apples. Are your fruit fresh?
Yes, of course. They are fresh, ripe and tasty. Would you like anything else?
Could you give me an orange?
And two bananas, please.
Is that all?
Yes, thank you. How much is it altogether?
Thank you, good bye!
At the cash desk.
- 5pounds, please.
Take your change.
You are welcome.
Any problems, ma’am?
No, thank you. It’s all O.K.
You are welcome.
And now, you’ll practice to buy using structures at the blackboard
Give me please some …
I want to buy …
I’d like to have some …
Can you give me some … .
(Вчитель знайомить дітей з гостем на уроці, яким є іграшка на ім’я Mr.Shopper – власник невеликого магазину, Mr.Shopper запрошує дітей на розпродаж. Діти стають у чергу і замовляють товари використовуючи фрази, записані на дошці.)
Draw your face on the cards on your desks and stick it on the blackboard
in our Customer’s Service Area.
T e a c h e r: Thank you, children. I am glad, that you have worked well today. And now take your daybooks and write down your homework, please. You have to read the text ex.1, p.45 at home and write down a shopping list in your copybooks.
Thank you very much for your work for the lesson. Your marks are according to the course of money the following…
So. Our lesson is over. Stand up, please. Good bye.