Shops and shopping

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Shops and shopping

языковой коммуникационный упражнение shopping

Цель: развитие у учащихся языковой и речевой компетентности в процессе формирования навыков диалогической и монологической речи, аудирования; формирование коммуникативной компетенции учащихся при помощи информационно-коммуникационных технологий и интерактивных упражнений.


· Практические:

1) Активизирование в речи учащихся лексического материала по данной теме

2) Систематизирование и закрепление знаний лексического и фактического материала по данной теме

3) Организация контроля вновь изученных лексических единиц

4) Анализирование прочитанного текста и извлечение необходимой информации

· Обучающие:

1) Ознакомление учащихся с новыми лексическими единицами

2) Организация применения учащимися вновь изученных лексических единиц в собственной речи

3) Развитие умений употреблять пройденные речевые образцы и лексику в новых ситуациях

· Развивающие:

1) Развитие неподготовленной речи

2) Развитие навыков аудирования, языкового предположения и реакции учащихся

3) Развитие монологической (диалогической) формы речи на основе аудиотекста

4) Развитие умения высказывать свою точку зрения и формировать заключение

· Воспитывающие:

1) Воспитание желания общения на английском языке

2) Воспитание толерантного отношения друг к другу

3) Расширение кругозора учащихся и познавательной активности

Тип урока: комбинированный

Оборудование: доска, мел, аудио-проигрыватель, учебник, раздаточный материал (карточки).

Схематический план урока

I. Lead-in 9 min.

II. Reading 21 min.

III. Vocabulary 19 min.

IV. Listening 18 min.

V. Speaking 20 min.

VI. Conclusion 3 min.

Ход урока


Good morning, dear friends! I am glad to see you.

Today we are going to discuss a topic «Shops and shopping». First of all let’s answer the following questions:

1) How often do you go shopping? Who with? Why?

2) What do you take into consideration while doing shopping (e.g. types of shops, prices, etc.)?

3) Do you have any shopping habits (e.g. making a shopping list, etc.)?

4) In what ways are shopping habits changing (e.g. shopping from home, by phone, hypermarkets, etc.)?

Complete the following sentences, choosing one of the options.

1) I like/ don’t like going to small shops to get food because…

2) I prefer shopping for food every day/ once a week since…

3) I like/ dislike going to supermarkets as…

4) I never/ usually choose food of a specific brand because…

5) I like/ dislike buying clothes and footwear at the market because…

6) I like/ dislike window-shopping because…

7) I never/ sometimes drop in at second-hand shops for clothes because…

8) I always/ sometimes/ never pay attention to the information on the package because…

9) I prefer buying book in bookshops/ at the book market because…

10) I never/ sometimes go to sales because…


Let’s read the text «Shopping in the USA» (p. 257) and then complete the table.







1. Supermarkets




1. Malls



Let’s discuss this text by answering next questions:

Ш In what way do the most Americans prefer to do the shopping?

Ш Why do they choose this way (give three reasons)?

Ш How can purchases be packed?

Ш Where can you buy beverages in America? What does it depend on?

Ш What is a mall?

Ш What sorts of shops are usually in downtown?

Ш Where can university students buy their course books?

Ш What should be kept in mind when you do the shopping in America?

Ш Why do many Americans prefer buying goods on-line (on the Internet)?

Now I want you to explain in your own words:

1) personal care products

2) film developing services

3) video rentals

4) a discount

5) 24/7 work

6) a liquor store

7) a picture identification card


Open your book on page 259. There is a vocabulary on the topic «Types of shops and department». You were to translate it using your dictionaries at home. You have 1 minute to refresh it.

To check your understanding of difference between the types of shopping places (department stores, supermarkets, shopping centers, outdoor markets) you are to do exercise 7 on page 259. Look it through and then we’ll check it all together. Mind that some the sentences may refer to more than one type of shop.


1) department stores

2) supermarkets

3) shopping centers

4) department stores

5) outdoor merkets

6) supermarkets

7) department stores, shopping centers

8) outdoor merkets

9) department stores, supermarkets, shopping centers

10) outdoor merkets

11) supermarkets

Now I want you to explain the difference between:

a) to overcharge and to undercharge

b) a shopkeeper and a shop assistant

c) shopping and window-shopping

d) a wholesaler and a retailer

e) a supermarket and a department store

f) a counter and a cash desk

Let’s play a game. Work in groups of 4−5 people. Name as many things as you can that you can buy in each shop (they are given on the blackboard). Then we’ll compare your lists and find out which team is the winner.

1) fishmonger’s

2) chemist’s

3) boutique

4) department store

5) newsagent’s

6) stationary shop

7) hardware

8) greengrocer’s

I have prepared for you the crossword «Can You Recognize the Shops»?

The first person who will do it will get the additional mark for the lesson.

1) In this shop you can choose different sorts of glass containers for wine, cognac, brandy and other beverages.

2) If you don’t want spend hours fishing, it’s better for you to go to this shop.

3) Kiwi, mango, peaches, avocados, parsley, lettuce: where do you go to buy all that?

4) Is your favorite pastime gardening? Then you will find all the tools you may possibly need at this shop.

5) Want to make a birthday cake? You’ll find everything (or almost everything!) you need here!

6) Here you can buy sports newspapers for your dad, fashion magazines for your mom and some postcards to send to a friend.

7) If you are eager to read this year’s #1 bestseller you’d better drop in this shop.

8) Why go hunting? You can buy pork, veal, lamb, beef, mutton and more at this kind of shop.

9) The shop where products that often cause lung cancer are sold.

10) A very large shop.

11) You are planning to spend your Christmas holidays in the Alps skiing? Then go to this shop and get all the necessary gear.

12) You can shop here only if you are of age.

13) If you have a sweet tooth this shop is for you.

14) The shop where you buy medicines, baby products, shampoo, etc.


Read the statement on the blackboard:

«There's no better way to do the shopping than on the Internet. You don’t even have to go out of the house and you can find everything you want in any part of the world. «

Do you agree or disagree? Discuss it with the partner and fill in the table:



Now listen to the Tom and Alice discussing their shopping habits and answer the questions:

Ш How does each of them prefer to do the shopping?

Ш What reasons do they give to explain their choice?

Ш What other pros and cons can you add?

Listen again and note down any useful expressions you hear under the following headings:

Ш acknowledging an opinion before disagreeing

Ш disagreeing

Ш agreeing

Ш asking for opinion

Using the expressions you’ve noted down make up a dialogue of your own.


You’ve got the role-cards. Your task is to roleplay the situation. You may use expressions given in the box on page 261.


Friends, our lesson is coming to the end. I’m happy to say we’ve done a good bit of work during the lesson.

What did you learn today?

Which useful words and phrases have you learned?

All right! Your home-assignment is to read the text «Money» on page 263 and do the task that follows it; do exercises #17, 18 on page 264 and write a short essay describing the advantages of home shopping and traditional shopping.

Список литературы

1. Shopping — different shops [Электронный ресурс]. — Режим доступа: http: //www. teachingenglish. org. uk/lesson-plans/shopping-different-shops

2. Shopping Lesson Plan [Электронный ресурс]. — Режим доступа: http: //bogglesworldesl. com/shopping-lesson-plan. htm

3. Tim Falla, Paul A. Davies. Solutions Intermediate: Student’s Book. — Oxford University Press, 2008. — 140 c.

4. Tim Falla, Paul A. Davies. Solutions Intermediate: Teacher’s book. — Oxford University Press, 2008. — 140 c.

5. Worksheets [Электронный ресурс]. — Режим доступа: http: //busyteacher. org/

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