Урок по теме “Shopping”, 6-й класс

Разделы: Иностранные языки

Класс: 6


познавательный аспект: знакомство с новой лексикой, умение отвечать на вопросы, делать свои комментарии, составлять свой собственный диалог, опираясь на предложенный, употреблять артикли, заканчивать предложения, задавать вопросы, употребляя ключевые слова и выражения;

воспитательный аспект: воспитание культуры общения, расширение творческих способностей учащихся;

учебный аспект: формирование навыков свободного высказывания в виде монологи-ческой и диалогической речи;

Речевой материал: at the grocer’s, at the baker’s, at the butcher’s, at the greengrocer’s, at the confectioner’s.

Ход урока

1. Warm-up

Answer the following questions.

What do we usually buy for breakfast?

What do you like to have for dinner?

What vegetables, fruits and berries do you know?

What dairy products do you (your mother, father) like?

2. Word Study

at the grocer’s, at the baker’s, at the butcher’s, at the greengrocer’s, at the confectioner’s.

a) Listen to the sentences and guess the meaning of the words given above.

Sugar, salt, buckwheat are sold at the grocer’s. Bread is sold at a baker’s. We buy meat at a butcher’s. Fruits and vegetables are sold at a greengrocer’s. We go to the confectioner’s

for pies, cakes, pastry and sweets.

b) Play the game “In the Shop”.

Каждый из ребят придумывает себе “имя” - название какого-нибудь товара.

Все сообщают свои “имена” одному ученику, которого класс выбирает “продавцом”. Выбирается также и водящий “покупатель”.

“Покупатель” подходит к “продавцу” и спрашивает какой-либо “товар”: “May I have…”.

Если этого “товара” нет, то “продавец” отвечает: “I’m sorry, but I have no more left. Come any other day”.

Если “товар” есть, то “продавец” говорит: “Certainly” или ‘’Of course”.

“Покупатель” продолжает: “Be so kind as to show me…”.

“Продавец” отвечает: “Here you are”, и указывает на ученика, который носит название этого товара.

“Покупатель” спрашивает о цене: “What is the price?” “Продавец” отвечает.

“Покупатель” передает ему деньги, т.е. слегка ударяет по ладони “продавца”, считая one, two, three и т.д., и забирает “товар”.

Ученик, которого выбрал “покупатель”, становится водящим.

3. Brush Up Your Talk

1) Listen to the teacher’s statements and make your comment.

a) My sister always helps mother about the house.

b) She does our room every day.

c) Mother cooks our meals and my sister and I do some shopping.

d) We have to go to the baker’s every day.

e) My sister buys vegetables at the greengrocer’s and I buy meat at the butcher’s.

f) The butcher’s and the greengrocer’s are close to our house.

g) The grocer’s is also very near. It’s at the corner of our street.

h) I was very sorry yesterday as I couldn’t go to the cinema with a friend of mine.

i) She invited me to the cinema but I had to do a lot of shopping.

2) Ask and answer exercises.

Who cooks your meals?

Do you help your mother about the house?

What do you do?

Do you often go to the confectioner’s?

When do you go there?

Do you do your shopping before or after your lessons?

What did you buy yesterday?

Are you going to buy anything today?

What are you going to buy?

3) Substitute the underlined parts by the new words and expressions and make up new dialogues of your own.

At the Grocer’s

Saleswoman: What can I do for you?

Customer: I want some sugar and macaroni.

Saleswoman: How much will you have?

Customer: No more than one kilogram each. Where must I pay?

Saleswoman: Pay at the cash-desk, please.

4) Listen to the joke and dramatize it.

The grocer was busy with customers when he noticed a small boy standing near an open box of sweet biscuits.

“Well, my boy,” said the grocer, “What are you up to?”

“Nothing,” answered the boy.

“Nothing? Well, it looks as if you were trying to take a biscuit.”

“You are wrong, mister. I’m trying not to.”

a) Answer the following questions.

What is your opinion of this boy?

What do you think he will do after he leaves the grocer’s?

4. Fill in the missing articles

1) … bread is sold at baker’s.

2) We go to … greengrocer’s for … carrots, cabbage and other vegetables.

3) … butcher’s is at … corner of our street.

4) I had to do … lot of … shopping yesterday.

5) … customers ask salesmen or saleswomen to show … things they want to buy.

6) If they buy some food-stuffs … salesgirl first weighs … thing on scales and only afterwards wraps it up and gives it to them .

5. Complete the sentences

1) I couldn’t buy anything yesterday because …

2) When I have to do some shopping I … .

3) What will happen if … .

4) He didn’t go to the department store because … .

5) You’ll see many fine goods if … .

6) When we entered a big shop we … .

7) She’ll buy a pair of brown shoes if … .

8) They go to the men’s and ladies ’outfitter’s when … .

6. Ask questions using the key words and expressions:

1) a customer;

2) a salesman;

3) a saleswoman;

4) a bookseller;

5) a cashier;

6) a cash-desk;

7) the butcher’s;

8) the baker’s;

9) the fishmonger’s;

10) the greengrocer’s

11) the dairy;

12) foot-wear;

13) to go shopping;

14) to be sold at;

15) to weigh on the scales;

16) to wrap up;

17) to give the change;

18) to give the check;

19) to give the bill;

20) to serve.

7. The result of the lesson

8. Home assignment

Speak about yourself:

what things you buy and where;

when you were at the department store last time and what you bought there.