Lesson plan is aimed at introducing shopping vocabulary to kids (7—8 years old), getting them to work on their pronunciation, and developing their speaking and thinking abilities.
— Age: 7—8
— Level: elementary
— Time: 40 mins
— Lesson type: vocabulary, listening and speaking
— Number of students: 1—8
Task 1: Warm-up
Watch the video and sing along.
How are you today? Are you ready to start the lesson?
Task 2: Lead-in
Meet the character. Her name is Alice. Where do you think she is coming from?
Task 3: New Vocabulary
Look at the shops and repeat after your teacher.
Task 4: Vocabulary practice
Look at the pictures. What number is the clothes shop?
Teacher’s notes: Repeat the steps for all the pictures.
Look at these objects and match them with the words. Where can you buy them? Follow the example: I can buy a T-shirt in the clothes shop.
- a teddy bear
- a hat
Task 6: Noughts and Crosses
Let’s play Noughts and crosses. What do you want to be? Noughts or crosses?
Ok. You go first. Name a word and draw a cross/nought.
Task 7: Bingo
Let’s play bingo! Choose a card. And this is my card. I play the track (pause after each word). Cross the words you hear. The first to cross a line is the winner.
She is coming from a shop.
— The clothes shop is number 2
— The toy shop is number 1
— The butcher’s is number 3
— The bakery is number 4
— The greengrocer’s is number 5
— The supermarket is number 6
— A — 2: I can buy a teddy bear in the toy shop
— B — 5: I can buy some bread in the bakery
— C — 6: I can buy some vegetables at the greengrocer’s
— D — 3: I can buy a hat in the clothes shop
— E — 1: I can buy some milk in the supermarket
— F — 4: I can buy some meat at the butcher’s