Unit 5 Money. Let’s Talk 1 (Second Edition). Unit 5 Money. Unit 5. 1A Shopping and clothing. 1B Saving and spending. 5A Shopping and clothing. Lead-in. Activity 1. Activity 2. Activity 3. Lead-in. Let’s go shopping!. 购物中心指南. Shopper’s Guide of a Shopping Mall.
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Unit 5 Money Let’s Talk 1 (Second Edition)
Unit 5 Money Unit 5 1A Shopping and clothing 1B Saving and spending
5A Shopping and clothing Lead-in Activity 1 Activity 2 Activity 3
Lead-in Let’s go shopping!
Some Useful Expressions Salesclerks Customers May I help you, sir/madam? Certainly. How about this one? Would you like to try it on? What’s the size? What color do you like? Here’s the change/receipt. Would you mind coming with me to the cashier? Credit cards are available. Thank you for shopping with us. You’re welcome. It’s my pleasure. I want to buy… Can you show me…? Let me have a look. May I try it on? How much is it? It’s too expensive. Can you give me a discount? Are the credit cards accepted? Do I have to pay in cash? It’s too tight/small. Do you have lager ones?
Activity 1 Warm-up Activities • Objectives: • 1) To talk about different shopping destination • and items that may be bought there • Vocabulary: • 1) convenience store: a store that sells food, • newspapers, etc., and that is often open 24 • hours a day • 2) department store: a large store divided into • several different areas that sell different types • of things
Activity 1 Warm-up Activities • Vocabulary: • 3) discount store: a store with lower prices than • most other businesses • 4) duty-free shop: a store that sells things that • can be brought into the country without paying • taxes on them (often located at international • airports) • 5) outdoor market: an area outdoors where people • buy and sell food ,clothing, etc.
Activity 1 Warm-up Activities • Vocabulary: • 6) secondhand store: a store that sells used, • previously owned things • 7) shop online: to buy things through internet • 8) shopping mall: a large building with many stores • and restaurants • 9) supermarket (n): a large store where many different • foods and other goods used in the home are sold • 10)window-shop: to look at things in store windows • without buying them
Places to Shop Match the Chinese in Column A with the English version in Column B. Then give brief comments on each form. Talking about festival 电视销售 邮购 店内销售 直销 只看不买 网上购物 TV shopping Direct distribution Mail order Window shopping In-store shopping Online-shopping
Column A Column B Places to Shop Do you know the English version for the following names? What is your favorite place to do your shopping? Talking about festival 购物中心 连锁店 便利店 免税店 超级市场 折扣店 二手店 Supermarket Convenient store Duty-free store Second-hand store Multiple shop/chain store Discount store Shopping mall
Activity 1A Pair Work Look at these places to shop. Which ones do the pictures show? convenience store discount store outdoor market department store duty-free shop secondhand store • “I think this one is a supermarket. But it might be a…”
Activity 1A Pair Work Look at these places to shop. Which ones do the pictures show? Sample Dialogue 1 A: Which places do the pictures show? B: I think this one is a supermarket. But it might be a convenient store. A: I think it’s a supermarket, too.
Activity 1B Pair Work Discuss these questions. 1 • What can you buy in the places in part A? • Where do you usually shop? What do you like to shop for? • 3. Do you shop on line? What kind of things do you buy? • 4. Do you prefer to window-shop or spend money?
Activity 1B Pair Work Discuss these questions. Sample Dialogue 1 A: What can you buy in the places in part A? B: In a convenience store, you can buy soda, snacks, and magazines. A: That’s right. And you can buy gasoline, too. What about at a discount store? Sample Dialogue 2 A: Where do you usually shop? What do you like to shop for? B: I usually shop in a shopping mall. I like to shop for clothes. How about you? A: Well, I don’t like shopping. If I need something, I usually go to discount store. 1
Activity 1B Pair Work Discuss these questions. Sample Dialogue 3 A: Do you shop online? What kinds of things do you buy? B: I often shop online. I buy CDs, DVDs, and books. What about you? A: I never shopped online. I don’t think it’s safe. Sample Dialogue 4 A: Do you prefer to window-shop or spend money? B: Well, it depends. If I have money, I prefer to spend it. How about you? A: I prefer to window-shop. I enjoy seeing the latest fashions.
Activity 2 Warm-up Activities • Objectives: • 1) To understand people talking • 2) To talk about students’ own recent purchases • Vocabulary: • 1) Boarding pass: a piece of paper that allows you to get on an airplane • 2) boots (n): shoes that cover your feet and the lower part of your legs • 3) bucks (n): dollars (inform) • 4) calculator (n): an electronic device used for doing mathematical processes • 5) Cost an arm and a leg: to be very expensive (informal)
Activity 2 • Vocabulary: • 6) exchange rate: the value of the money of one country • compared to the money of another country. • 7) gloves (n): a covering for the hands and wrist with • separate parts for the thumb and each finger • 8) I’m a little short: I don’t have much money • 9) perfume (n): a liquid with a strong pleasant smell that you • put on your skin. • 10) soda (n): a soft drink. • 11) wallet (n): a small, flat folding cases for paper money
Activity 2A Listen You will hear three conversations. What are the people buying? check (√ ) the items √ √ √
Activity 2B Listen Again Where are the people shopping? Write the places in the chart. duty-free shop √ department store √ secondhand store √
Activity 2C Group Work Discuss these questions. 1. What are three things you’ve bought recently? 2. Why did you buy them? Where did you buy them? 3. What things do you want to buy next? 4. What do you like about shopping? What don’t you like? “I’ve recently bought a book, a DVD, and some new shoes.”
Activity 2C Group Work Discuss these questions. Sample Dialogue 1 A：What are three things you've bought recently? B：I’ve recently bought a book，a DVD，and some new shoes．What about you? C：I've recently bought some milk，some fruit，and a box of cereal． Sample Dialogue 2 A：Why did you buy them? Where did you buy them? B：I bought the book，DVD，and shoes in a department store because they were on sale． C: I bought the milk，fruit，and cereal for my breakfast．I bought them in a supermarket．
Activity 2C Group Work Discuss these questions. Sample Dialogue 3 A：What things do you want to buy next? B：I want to buy a new pair of jeans and a T-shirt．How about you? C：I want to buy a new computer． Sample Dialogue 4 A：What do you like about shopping? What don’t you like? B．I like looking at all the new products．How about you? C：I don’t like waiting in line to pay for things．
Activity 3 Warm-up Activities • Objectives: • 1) To talk about different pieces of clothing; • 2) To compliment people on what they are wearing • Vocabulary: • 1) baseball cap: a hat with a flat piece in the front, • originally worn only by baseball players. • 2) business suit: a formal set of matching clothes (a • jacket and pants or skirt) worn by a • businessperson • 3) dress (n): a piece of women’s clothing that covers the • top of the body and all or part of the legs
Activity 3 • Vocabulary: • 4) necktie (n): a long, thin piece of material worn by men • that fits under a shirt collar • 5) pattern (n): a decoration of typically regular color, • lines, or shapes • 6)plain (a): simple, without decoration • 7)polo shirt: a shirt with short sleeves and a collar, • usually made of cotton. • 8)purchase (v): something that you have bought • 9) sandals (n): light, open shoes that you wear in warm • weather
Activity 3 • Vocabulary: • 10) scarf (n): a piece of material that you wear around • your neck, head, or shoulders • 11) shorts (n):pants that end above or at the knee • 12) sneakers (n): light shoes used for sports • 13) sweaters (n): a warm knitted piece of clothing with • long sleeves, often made of wool • 14) sweatshirt (n): a thick cotton shirt，often worn for • playing sports
Activity 3A Listen Three friends are talking about their recent purchases. What did each person buy? Write the correct number. 5 1 3
Activity 3B Pair Work Describe what people in the class are wearing today. Use these words and your own ideas. baseball cap jacket polo shirt shorts sweater business suit jeans sandals skirt sweater dress necktie sneakers T-shirt “Jin-ha is wearing jeans, a T-shirt, and a baseball cap.”
Activity 3B Pair Work Describe what people in the class are wearing today. Use these words and your own ideas. Sample Dialogue A：Can you describe what people in the class wearing today? B：Jin—ha is wearing jeans，a T-shirt，and a baseball cap. A： Kenji is wearing jeans，too. He's also wearing a baseball cap．No one is wearing sandals.
Activity 3C Join Another Pair Give compliments to each other. Have fun! “ I really like your sweatshirt. I love the colors!” “Thanks – it’s new. I just got it at the mall. By the way, I love your shirt “I’m glad you like it. I got it at a discount store.”
5B Saving and Spending Activity 1 Activity 2 Activity 3 Self-study
Activity 1 Warm-up Activities • Objectives: • 1) To talk about ways of saving money; • 2) To understand people talking about how • they save money • Vocabulary: • 1) borrow (v.): to use something that belongs to • someone else and then return it to him/her
Activity 1 Vocabulary: 2) on sale: being sold at a lower price than usual 3) package (n): the box, bag, etc., that things are put in for selling 4) rent (n): to pay money to use something for a short time 5) used (a): previously owned, secondhand
Activity 1A Pair Work Look at these ways to save money. Which do you do? “I do things myself and buy things on sale.”
Activity 1A Pair Work Look at these ways to save money. Which do you do? Sample dialogue A：How do you save money? B：I do things myself and buy things on sale． A：Oh，really? What things do you buy? B：Usually DVDs．I love watching movies
Activity 1B Listen You will hear three interviews. How does each person save money? Check (√) the correct boxes. √ √ √ √ √ √
Activity 1C Group Work What other ways can you save money? Sample dialogue: A：What other ways can you save money? B：I can borrow books from the library instead of buying them. C：That’s a great idea．Another way I can save money is to use my air conditioner less．
Activity 2 Warm-up Activities • Objectives: • 1) To talk about attitudes toward money • Vocabulary: • 1) attitude (n): opinions and feelings that you have about • something or someone • 2) complain (v): to say you’re unhappy • 3) overcharge (v): to ask someone to Pay too much money • for something • 4) refuse (v): to say you won’t do something • 5) save it for a rainy day: to save money for a difficult time • when you will need it • 6) undercharge (v): to ask someone for too Iittle money for • something
Activity 2A Pair Work What are your attitude towards money? Complete the survey. Sample dialogue: A：What do you do if you fmd$50 in your winter coat? B：I spend it! A：Yeah．Me, too!
Activity 2B Join Another Pair Compare your answers. Then discuss these questions. • Who has similar attitudes towards money? • Do you prefer to save or spend money? • Can money make you happy? Sample dialogue 1: A：Let’s compare our answers．Do we have similar attitudes toward money? B：Well，we would all spend the$50 in Our winter coats． C：That’s right．and we would all take the wallet to the police．
Activity 2B Join Another Pair Compare your answers. Then discuss these questions. Sample dialogue 2: A：Do you prefer to save or spend money? B：I prefer to save money．I like to repair things．not buy new ones。How about you? C：I guess I prefer to spend money．I like to buy new things． Sample dialogue 3: A：Can money make you happy? B：I think so．I feel happy when I have money C：Really? I disagree．I need money to live。 but it doesn't make me happy
Activity 3A Group Work Warm-up Activities Objectives: 1) To talk about typical gifts from students’ own countries and gift ideas for different kinds of people Imaginea visitor from abroad wants to buy gifts for her familyandfriends. Suggest typical gifts from your country. “how about a scarf for her mother?” That’s a good idea! It only costs about…”
Activity 3A Group Work Imaginea visitor from abroad wants to buy gifts for her familyandfriends. Suggest typical gifts from your country. Sample dialogue 1: A：What gifts do you suggest for the visitor to buy? B：How about a scarf for her mother? C：That’s a good idea! It only costs about$10 at an outdoor market．
Activity 3B Communication Task Requirements: Work in group of four. Two of you should look at Task 6 on page 78, and the other two at Task23 on page 86. You’re going to suggest some gift ideas for each member of your group.
Activity 3B Communication Task 1.Choose a gift for the other members of your group. Use these ideas or think of your own. Then choose a gift for your teacher.
Activity 3B Communication Task 2.Choose a gift for the other members of your group. Use these ideas or think of your own. Then choose a gift for your teacher.
1 2 3 For extra grammar, listening, and vocabulary practice, go to pages 102-103. Write a paragraph answering the following: Imagine someone gave you ﹩1,000.What will you do with the money? why? Write a special gift you received. You can include information about when you receive the gift, who gave it to you, and what made the gift special. Self-study
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