Shops and Shopping

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Hello, girls and boys! Nice to meet you how are you feeling today? I hope you are fine and ready to work. Let’s start the class. Today’s lesson will be devoted to shops and shopping.



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Відділ освіти Сихівської райдержадміністрації.

Методичне об’єднання вчителів іноземної мови

Методична розробка уроку англійської мови

на тему:

Вчитель англійської мови,

спеціаліст вищої категорії,

старший вчитель

Масик О.Т.

СЗШ № 73  м. Львова

Львів - 2011

ТЕМА УРОКУ:  “ Shops and Shopping


  •  Практична: розвивати вміння усного мовлення за темою: удосконалювати  навики аудіювання, діалогічного та монологічного мовлення.
  •  Розвиваюча: розвивати мовленнєву реакцію, слухову пам’ять, увагу, вміння  працювати в парах та групах.
  •  Виховна: виховувати культуру поведінки, шанобливе ставлення до людей та один до одного.

ТИП УРОКУ:  урок узагальнення знань, вдосконалення мовних навичок і вмінь з теми.

ОБЛАДНАННЯ: тематичні малюнки, картки з лексикою, тексти для читання, фонограма тексту для аудіювання, картки для проведення тесту, пісня групи ABBA”. 

The Procedure

1. Telling the pupils the subject and the aims of the lesson.

2. Warming up.

3. Practice in Reading.

4. Time for refreshment.

5. Practice in Speaking.

6. Practice in Listening.

7. Conclusion and Homework.

Whoever   said     money

can’t   buy happiness simply

didn’t   know where to go shopping.

                                           Bo Derek

I. Introduction to the topic of the lesson

Hello, girls and boys! Nice to meet you how are you feeling today? I hope you are fine and ready to work. Let’s start the class. Today’s lesson will be devoted to shops and shopping.

II. Warming up.  Practice in vocabulary

  1.  Listen to the key words and repeat them, pay attention to the pronunciation.

Key Words: Clothes

Clothes: blouse, boots, coat,

dress, jacket, jeans, jumper,

skirt, shirt, shoes, shorts, socks,

T-shirt, top, trainers, trousers

Adjectives: long/short, baggy/

tight, dark/light, bright

Answer the question; What are your favourite clothes (to ask 3-5 pupils).

  1.  Listen to the dialogues and your task is to understand what Adam, Zeki, Rachael and Tania has bought?

 A)  Adam, Zeki, Rachel and Tania gо  shopping in Camden Market.  

Assistant: Can l help you?  

Rachel:   Yes, I'm looking for tops.

Assistant: What size are you?  

Rachel: Medium.

Assistant: What colour do you want?

Here are some nice ones. Rachel: Thanks. 

Tania:    What about this one? Rachel:   No, it's too short. 

Tania:    Oh, come on! Try it on. Rachel:   I’m not sure. How much is it? 

Tania:    Eight pounds.

Rachel:   Oh, all right. Can I try this one on, please?   

Assistant: Sure. The changing room is over there.

B)  Rachel tries the top on.

Rachel:   Is it okay? What do you think? Is it long enough?

Tania:     It's fine, Rachel. It really suits you. Honestly.

Rachel:   All right. I'd like this one, please.

The girls meet the boys later.

Rachel:   Hi there. We got a couple of tops. What did you get?

Adam:    Zeki got a computer game and I bought the new

         Dido album.

Tania: Dido!?

Zeki: Yeah, Adam's in love with Dido.

Adam: No, I'm not!

Zeki: She's old enough to be your granny.

Adam: Very funny!

Rachel: Oh, stop it you two! Let's go home.

( answers: Rachael & Tania – a couple of tops

                Zeki: - a computer game

                 Adam – the new Dido album)

  1.  Each modern city or even town is a shoppers’ paradise with plenty of large department stores as well as thousands of smaller shops. Let’s name the types of shops.

Task 1. You are shown the cards. Look carefully at the cards and guess what type of shop is this

Answers: This is a …

                 I can see …

Task 2.  Now pupils you’ ll  get  cards and your task is to match the pairs.

  1.   boutique
  1.  lilies
  1.  antique shop
  1.  jeans
  1.  butcher’s
  1.  plane ticket
  1.  jeweler’s
  1.  bar of chocolate
  1.  flower stall
  1.  a packet of painkillers
  1.  bakery
  1.  old clocks
  1.  confectioner’s
  1.  a loaf of bread
  1.  supermarket
  1.  gold ring
  1.  chemist’s

   10) travel agent’s

  1.  sugar
  2.  lamb chops

1 – b                      6 – g

2 – f                       7 – d

3 – j                        8 – I

4 – h                       9 – e

5 – a                     10 – c

Now your task is to ask and answer

the questions: e.g. – What can you buy at a boutique?

You can buy jeans at a boutique.

III. Practice in Reading.

Pre – reading activity

Where can we buy food?

Possible answers: -   a  market

  •  a  butcher’s’
  •  a  grocery
  •  a  bakery
  •  a greengrocer.


So, pupils, for today your task was to read and retell the text “In the Supermarket” and to fulfill the tasks after it. Now  I’ ll check your home task.

Text “In the Supermarket”

Read the text.

Not long ago people used to go to various shops for different foods and household items. These shops are: the bakers, the butcher's, the greengrocer's, the fish-monger's, the daily, the confectionery, etc. Nowadays another kind of shop has appeared — the supermarket.

A supermarket is a very big shop with different departments. People can buy both food and other necessary goods there. You can see lots of different goods there: cans of beans, peas, meat, juke, beer, coke; jars of jam or pickles; bottles of water and soft drinks; boxes of cereal and chocolate; packs of flour, various kinds of sausages, cheese, dairies, fish; loaves of bread, buns, cakes, rolls; bars of chocolate; bunches of bananas, carrots, grapes; kilogram’s of apples, oranges, cucumbers and tomatoes and many other things.

When customers enter a supermarket, they get a trolley to carry the things they will choose to buy. There are aisles with shelves of products and goods. Buyers go along the aisles pushing their trolleys and choosing things they need. You can ask a shop-assistant if you don't know where things you need are.

When you have put bunches, tins, cans, bottles and boxes of food into the trolley, you take them to the checkout point, a check-desk, and pay for your purchases to the cashier who gives you a receipt [ri'si:t]. You can buy all you need as quickly as possible. Often food and other goods in the supermarket are cheaper than those in a small shop or in a green market.

Post – reading activity

Task 1 (to compare a supermarket and a small shop).

Task 2 (to answer the questions).

Task 3 (to retell the text).

IV.  Time for refreshment.

I think it’s a good time for you to relax and sing a song.

Money is very important in shopping, because shopping is really impossible without money so let’s sing a song «Money, money» together with the famous group «ABBA».

I work all night, I work all day, to pay the bills

I have to pay

Ain't it sad And still there never seems

to be a single penny left for me

That's too bad

In my dreams! have a plan

If I got me a wealthy man

I wouldn't have to work at all, I'd fool around

and have a ball...

Money, money, money

Must be funny

In the rich man's world

Money, money, money

Always sunny

In the rich man's world


All the things I could do If I had a little money It's a rich man's world

A man like that is hard to find but 1 can't get him

off my mind

Ain't it sad

And if he happens to be free I bet he wouldn't fancy me That's too bad

So I must leave, I'll have to go

To Las Vegas or Monaco

And win a fortune in a game, my life will never

be the same...

Money, money, money

Must be funny

In the rich man's world

Money, money, money

Always sunny

In the rich man's world


All the things I could do

If I had a little money

It's a rich man's world

Money, money, money

Must be funny

In the rich man's world

Money, money, money

Always sunny

In the rich man's world


All the things I could do If I had a little money It's a rich man's world It's a rich man's world

V.  Practice in Speaking.

We are going to listen to the dialogues you’ve prepared at home. And after listening be ready to tell in what shop the conversation takes place.

  1.  - Do you want a hat?

- Les, I do.

- What size? What colour?

- My size is 40.Grey, please.

- Here you are.

- Thank you.

-  You are welcome.

    2.  - One loaf of brown bread, please.

        - Here you are.

        - How much is it?.

        - 1 hryvnia and 80 copecks.

        - Here are 2 hryvnias.

        -  Here is your change, 20 copecks.

        -  Thank you.

    3. - Can I help you?

- Yes, please. I would like some cheese.

- How much?.

- Half a kilo will do.

- 1 hryvnia and 80 copecks.

- Here are 2 hryvnias.

-  Here you  are. Anything else?

-  No, thanks.

-  You are welcome.

  1.  - What lovely T-shirts!

- Can I help you?.

- Yes. Can I have a look at this red T-shirt?

- Yes, of course. What size are you?

- Size 36. I think.

- Then  you want a small. they come in small, medium and large. Here you are.

-  Thank you. I think I’ll have it. How much does it cost?

-  45  hryvnias.

-  Can I pay by a credit card?

-  Yes, of course.

    5. - Can I help you?

- Yes, please. I’m looking for a raincoat.

- This long light dark – pink leather coat is good for young people. It has pockets and is decorated with zippers.

- Oh, it’s nice. I’ll take it. How much does it cost?

- 500 hryvnias.

- O’K. I’ll take it.

    6. - Can I have this nice red woolen sweater?

- Of course. By the way, it is very warm and soft. It will keep you warm on a chilly day.

- I take it.

7. - Good – morning.

- Good – morning.

- How can I help you?

- I’d like half a kilo of cheese, three hundred grams of butter and a packet  of milk.

- There you are.

- Thank you.

-  Do you need anything else?

-  I’d like two kilos of apples, please.

-  Sorry. I don’t sell apples.

-  Then I suppose I’d buy eggs. Are they fresh?

-  Surely, they are. how many eggs do you need?

-  A dozen. So cheese, butter, milk, eggs. Well, that’s all for me. How much should I pay?

-  65 hryvnias and 80 copeeks.

-  Here you are.

-  Thank you for your custom.

  1.  - Can I help you?

- I’d like to buy three kilos of oranges. How much is a kilo of oranges?

- They are 15 hryvnias a kilo. The oranges are very good.

- I’d like 3 kilos, please.

- That’s  45 hryvnias, please. Anything else?

-  Yes, can I have a packet of fruit juice.

-  Here you are.

-  How much should I pay?

-  55 hryvnias, please.

-  Thank you.

-  Thank you for your custom.

  1.  - Three small ice – creams, please.

- What flavour?

- What flavours have you got?

- I’ve got strawberry, vanilla, chocolate and coffee.  

- O’K. One strawberry, one chocolate and one coffee, please.  

-  Right … here you are.

-  How much is that?

-  They are 2 hryvnias each … that’s 6 hryvnias altogether.


Thank you for your very interesting dialogues. It was a real pleasure to listen to them.

 VI. Practice in Listening

Your task is to listen to four dialogues in shops and write in spare boxes the name of the person which suits the sentence.

Listening   “Everyday Listening”.


Tania: Hello. I'd like this magazine, please. And have you got any of those new chocolate bars?

Newsagent: Yes we have. Do you want a large or a small bar?

T: How much are they?

N: The large ones are?2.50 and the small ones?1.75.

T: A small one, please.

N: That's?3.75 please. Thanks.

T: Thanks, bye.

N: Thank you. Bye.


Assistant: Hello, can I help you?

Adam: Yes, I'm looking for some sunglasses.

As: Okay Let's have a look. Mm, these are the normal ones. And these are designer sunglasses. They're more expensive.

Ad: How much are those brown  ones?


Ad: Can I try them on, please?

As: Of course. They're nice. They really suit you.

Ad: Okay, can I have them, please?

As: Thanks.

Ad: Thanks. Bye.


Zeki: Good morning, have you got that

new game about Alexander the Great?

Assistant: Yes, here it is. It's?35.

Z:?35! Okay, erm thank you very much.

A: Not  at all.


Assistant: Hello. Can I help yon?

Rachel: Yes, I'm looking for a CD of Irish

folk songs. Here's the name.

A: Yes, I think we've got thai. Just a moment. Here you are.

R: Great. How much is it, please?

A:?r. it's?12.

R: Okay.

A; Thanks  a lot.  Here’s  your  change.

R: Thanks. Bye

Post- listening activity: read true sentences.

Fine, well done. Now pupils after doing so many exercises you are ready to do shopping. Now look at the blackboard. There are some issues there. Write them down into your copy-books.

. The purchase should suit someone’s  pocket and suit.

. Shopping is a therapy.

. The quickest way to know a woman  is to do shopping with her.

VII. Conclusion and homework  

As home you’ ll have to:

  1.  translate  the phrases into Ukrainian and comment them

( in English)

  1.  a project work about your dream shop.

Well, children. It was a great and interesting job. You’ ve done a lot of useful activities. All of you were very active and have got good marks. Thank you very much for the work.

now: 1) I’ ll give you a puzzle and you have to find the words’.


T. Find the words and circle it.


















































words: tonic, jam, toy, shop, fresh, buy, goods, meat, price, tea.

2) Test: what type of clothes do like wearing? Do you follow fashion? Do the test and you’ ll find out.

A Passion for Fashion

1. You are having lunch in town with your friends now.                     

   What are you wearing?

   A jeans and a T-shirt

   B a business suit

   C a new designer outfit and sunglasses

2. Your best friend is having a party next Saturday.

   How long does it take you to get ready?

   A forty minutes

   B ten minutes

   C all day

3. It is raining now and it’s quite cold. what are you wearing?.     

   A a raincoat and gloves

   B a warm coat, waterproof boots and woolen cap

   C a fur coat

4. Your friends are  taking you camping next Saturday.

   What do you pack?

   A trainers, shorts and a waterproof coat

   B your laptop and your diary

   C you never go camping because your clothes might get dirty


Mostly As: You are calm and practical and

you have a healthy attitude to fashion. Well


Mostly Bs: You are old-fashioned. Lt’s time

to buy something new. You are hard-working,

but stop thinking about work all the time and

work on your image a little.

Mostly Cs: You are a dedicated follower of

fashion, but it’s time to think less about what

you look like and enjoy yourself a bit more.

Our lesson is over!

Good luck! Bye!



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