Theme: Shopping. Has the UK become a nation of shopaholics?
Lexical area: Types of shops and ways of shopping
Cross curricular links: Sociology

In this lesson students will talk about shopping habits and be introduced to the idea of ‘shopaholics’. They will practise vocabulary related to shops, practise speaking in a mingle activity, where they will ask classmates about their shopping habits. There is also a Reading activity about Buy Nothing Day, as well as a discussion activity about opinions on shopping. Finally students have the opportunity to design and describe their ideal shop.


Aims:
• To practise and develop vocabulary related to shops and shopping
• To practise speaking skills
• To practise reading skills
• To describe your ideal shop

Age group: 12- adult


Level: A2/ B1


Time: 60 minutes


Materials: Shopping nation student worksheet


By: Jo Budden

 

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