Lexis Shopping habits and addiction
intermediate B1 level
To provide clarification, practice and review of types of shopping, type of shoppers, and places to go shopping in the context of shopping habits and addictions
To provide fluency speaking practice in a what kind of shopper are you? in the context of shopping habits and addictions
Procedure (31-50 minutes)
I find it a good start to welcome the students and dive in by asking some questions about the context of this TP. - What do you usually do at your free time? - Do you like to go shopping? -Are you a shopping person?
in this stage i will start with a game to introduce the new vocabulary as well as testing the students knowledge about these specific vocabulary. match the photos with the right words:
at this stage, i will be engaging the students as well as explaining any vocabulary they might founded to be heard to understand. i will be rechecking on them using CCQs at the end i will give the students another matching game before i start with the 2nd test. and it is to match the words with the categories To provide a simple task to insure they have understood how to utilise the words in the right way. They would be asked to match the vocabulary with the right categories. shopping assistant, shopping center / Mall, window shopping, shoplifter, Corner Shop, discount shop, online shopping, High Street shopping and Shopaholic Categories: People Types of shopping Places to go shopping
After test 1 and the teaching session, i will provide the students with another test that will help them practice what they learned in an accurate manners. with that i would be monitoring as well as feedback with some error correction.
In groups they will be working in their writing fluency skills. They would ask their group members simple questions about shopping, and they will write down their answers.