“The world of Money”
1. To develop pupils’ skills in speaking on the theme.
2. To develop thinking and imagination.
3. To develop basic knowledge in economy.
The procedure of the lesson
I. Org. moment.
II. Today we’ll speak about money, what place it takes in everyday life, what makes money valuable.
III. Lexical drill.
Answer my questions:
1. What do we use money for?
2. Do you like to spend money? What for?
3. Where do you get money?
IV. Word study.
Look at the list I have given, find a word box, let’s read the words.
1. Reading in chorus.
2. See if you don’t know any words and ask for definitions. Now look at the pictures and say which five places you can see. Which verbs relate to these places?
3. Complete each of the statements so they are true for you, work in pairs.
V. Work with the text “What makes money valuable?” ex.21 p.103.
1. Silent reading.
2. Work with exercises:
Ex 22 p 104 – say which of these statements ‘false’ or ‘true’.
Ex 23 – find in the text English equivalents.
1)cash; 2)valuable; 3)grain; 4)cattle; 5)store; 6)stamped; 7)how much each coin was worth; 8)coins were still worth the amount stamped on them; 9)it was backed by the government and banks; 10)issued by the government; 11)mow the lawn; 12)yardstick of value; 13)various things; 14)in terms of your work; 15)store house of value; 16)future payments.
Ex 24 – answer the questions.
VI. Creative work (in groups).
1. Look at the pictures. What do you think happened? Discuss and make up your story.
2. Now let’s listen to each group and compare the stories.
3. Listen to the true story.
A young couple were having a romantic dinner at an expensive restaurant. They saw an old lady sitting alone, looking at them. They smiled politely, but were a little surprised when the old lady came over to their table. The old lady told the young woman that she looked just like her daughter who she said had died a year ago. She said it would make her very happy if they said, “Goodbye, Mum’ when she left the restaurant. How could they refuse? A few minutes later, the old lady stood up to leave. The two diners waved, as she had asked them, and said goodbye as the old lady walked out. When the couple received their bill, however, they saw that it included the cost of the old lady’s meal. They called over the manager and asked him what had happened. “The bill includes the charge for your mother’s meal,” he explained. “She said you would pay.”
Do you like the story? Whose story is the closest?
VII. Revision of the grammar. Subjunctive Mood I, II.
What sum of money will be enough for you? Make up your own sentences:
If you had 1000$ what would you buy?
If you had had 1000$ 5 years ago what would you have bought?
VIII. Summary of the lesson
The lesson was interesting. You worked very hard. What do you like most of all?
You’ve learned new words, used them while speaking, made up interesting stories, worked actively in groups and I think got pleasure from this lesson. Thank you.
IХ. Home task: Make up the plan to the text and retell the text according to it.
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