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(Updated on 02/11/2013)



 

LESSON PLANS


 

  • "Voici une courte séquence en fin de chapitre sur les achats dans un magasin (Rob and Sharon at the costume shop, New Spring 6), après que les élèves aient eux-mêmes écrit un dialogue entre un commerçant et un ou deux clients.
    Les fiches que j'ai utilisées pour ce travail théâtral sont toutes là :
    http://englishnexon.e-monsite.com/pages/for-teachers-only/niveau-6eme.html
    Travail proposé par Cyril Dussuchaud (Ac. Limoges)


  • New store lets you shop, walk out and pay later (December 07, 2016) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
    "Amazon just unveiled what it describes as the world's most advanced shopping technology."

    Try the same news story at these easier levels:   Level 4  or  Level 5
    Make sure you try all of the online activities for this reading and listening - There are dictations, multiple choice, drag and drop activities, crosswords, hangman, flash cards, matching activities and a whole lot more. Please enjoy :-)
    (breakingnewsenglish.com)
  • Rants and Raves - Returning goods to a shop - a lesson - level A2-B1
    "This activity provides short listening practice based around a conversation between a customer and sales person.
    The conversation is to return a pair of boots.
    In this lesson, students will listen to a dialogue where a person is trying to return some boots to a shop.
    They will make their own dialogues and then put the conversation in order.
    There are also suggestions for developing the theme of shopping to practise specific areas of grammar."

    (teachingenglish.org.uk)

  • Online shoppers fooled by fake reviews (21 June 2015) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
    "A consumer watchdog in the UK has reported that many Internet sites are full of fake reviews."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)
  • Sunday shopping - une séquence
    You take part in a debate about Sunday shopping
    interaction orale, A2 à B2
    - niveau A2 : échanger des idées sur des sujets familiers, exprimer son accord ou son désaccord
    - niveau B1 : exprimer ses convictions, ses opinions, commenter le point de vue d’autrui
    - niveau B2 : exprimer et exposer ses opinions et les défendre avec pertinence

    Scénario conçu par Katy Garnier-Colas - LP Pierre Doriole à La Rochelle et Laurent Seureau - LP Gilles Jamain à Rochefort
    (Ac. Poitiers)
  • Internet damaging 20,000 U.K. stores (September 3, 2013) - a lesson plan with AUDIO
    "The Internet has changed the nature of the way we shop. More and more of us are shopping online instead of in ''bricks and mortar'' stores.
    In the United Kingdom, this is having dire consequences for the traditional high-street store."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)
  • Eye-tracking software will look at you shop - a lesson plan with AUDIO (May 2nd, 2013)
    "New computer software will soon be keeping an eye on you, or on your eyes, when you go shopping.
    It is called the Sideways project because it tracks the movement of your eyes as you glance at products on shelves."

    (breakingnewsenglish.com)

 

 

 

 

  • Shops and shopping
    "Practise words related to shops and shopping, listen to a song about shopping, and read and listen to a story about a monster shopping trip."
    + activities to print + Flashcards...
    (British Council)

 

  • Lesson Plan: A Shopping Trip (eslpartyland.com)
    Time: approximately 90 minutes
    Level: Beginner
    Objective: Students will be able to use and understand common expressions related to shopping.

 

  • Consumer society - a lesson plan
    "The aim of this lesson is to give students practice in reading for information and argument in an article about consumer society and give them an opportunity to discuss their opinions about the topic."
    (teachingenglish.org.uk)

 

  • I'm off to the shops - a lesson plan (english-4u.com) SITE PAYANT
    Language function: Reading comprehension, Discussing issues connected with shopping in supermarkets
    Grammar focus: Uncountable nouns
    Vocabulary area: Supermarkets, Shopping, Retail Practices

 

 

WEBQUESTS

 

 

  • Edmonton Mall Canada - a scavenger hunt - created by: Renée Maufroid (quia.com)
    "Come and visit one of the largest malls in the world."





  • I-SHOPPING or electronic shopping from your home (amalnet.k12.il)



 

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