Theme of the lesson: «Shopping In Britain» Aims of the lesson: educational: the formation of skills in monologues and dialogues, to enrich the vocabulary; developing: to develop pupils’ abilities in speaking through dialogues, group work, communicative competence, to develop their creative abilities through different kinds of activities; bringing-up: to teach pupils to listen to each other during group work, to respect each other Type of the lesson: combined. Equipment: cards, computer, interactive board.
Good morning, boys and girls! Sit down, please. I am glad to see you. What about you?
Pupils: We are glad to see you too.
T. – How are you? – P. – Fine, thanks. And you?
T. – I’m very well, thank you. Let’s begin our lesson. Now we’ll speak about food and shopping. First of all, we’ll read poems and rhymes about food.
II. Phonetic drill. Listen to me and fill in a word. Repeat after me.
I like coffee,
I like … (tea)
I like apples
On that tree.
Listen and read a modern English rhyme.
I like coffee,
I like tea,
I like radio
III. Consolidation of the material.
–And now listen to the text about shopping in Britain.
Do you like to go shopping? Of course, you do.
What kind of shops do people like to go to?
Open your books. Ex.1. p. 89.
Listen to the text about shopping in Britain looking at the memory map.
Text: «Shopping In Britain»
In some countries shops close for lunch but in Britain shops stay open all day.
You can buy stamps only in a post office. You can buy a film for you camera at the chemist’s. There are some best known shops in Britain. Marks and Spenser is large clothes and food supermarket.
Boots is another shop that sells records, radios.
In Britain there another are special shops like butchers, baker’s, greengrocer’s but many people prefer supermarkets.
- Now, look at the memory map and try to answer some questions.
1. What can you buy at the post office? (We buy stamps there.)
2. Where can you buy films for you camera? (We can buy films at the chemist’s.)
3. What can you buy at the butcher? (We can buy meat.)
4. Where can you buy vegetables? (We can buy vegetables at the greengrocer’s.)
5. What do they sell at the Marks and Spenser? (They sell clothes and food.)
6. Where can you buy bread? (We can buy bread at the baker’s.)
IV. Work in pairs. Talking.
(Ex. 2, p. 90)
- Talk to you partner and answer the questions.
V. Reading of the text: "Shopping in London”
- Now let’s read the text about shopping in London.
Ex. 4, p.90 ("True” or "False”)
VI. Work in groups. "Drawing semantic map”
- Now work in small groups and draw a semantic map about Oxford Street and shops in London.
VI. Doing of Ex. 5, p.91.
1. How many departments have Selfridges? (300)
2. How many floors have Selfridges? (6)
3. How many employees work there? (2.500)
4. How many people walk its doors? (100.000)
5. How many restaurants are there at Selfridges? (5) 6. How many lifts does Selfridges have? (4)
VII. Make up dialogues in pairs.
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