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CLASS: 1A SUBJECT: English LESSON: 41

THEME/TOPIC: Consumerism and Financial Awareness


TOPIC The Savvy e-Shopper
FOCUS SKILLS: Listening

CONTENT Main Skill


STANDARD: Listening 1.1
Understand meaning in a variety of familiar contexts
Complementary Skill
Speaking 2.1
Communicate information, ideas, opinions and feelings intelligibly on familiar topics
LEARNING Main Skill
STANDARD: Listening 1.1.6
Understand with support longer simple narratives on a wide range of familiar topics
Complementary Skill
Speaking 2.1.4
Explain and give reasons for simple advice
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, pupils can give two reasons on being a smart or unsmart shopper after
listening to a text
CROSS Language
CURRICULAR
ELEMENT
ACTIVITIES: I. PRE-LESSON
i. Each pupil has a bingo sheet with key words/phrases related with financial.
ii. Pupils complete the squares with the words from the box
iii. Teacher will read out the definition of the words/phrases .
iv. Pupils cross the square of the words/phrases
v. Pupils call out ‘bingo’ when they have a line of crossed squares.

II. LESSON
ACTIVITY 1

1. Pupils listen to a dialogue.


2. Pupils tick the items according to correct category ( need or want ).
3. Teacher asks the pupils to show the traffic lights -red for need and green for want.
4. Teacher asks the pupils to use their thumbs to show whether they understand the
difference between what they need and what they want.(Quick scans)

ACTIVITY 2

1. Pupils listen to the text on Jane’s new pastime.


2. Pupils work on their own to complete the diagram.
3. Pupils share and compare their answers in their group.
4. Teacher uses lollipop sticks to choose some pupils to give the answers.
5. Pupils discuss in groups whether Jane is a smart shopper or not.
6. Pupils use green traffic light to show smart and red for not smart .
7. Pupils explain the reasons.

III. POST-LESSON:
1. Pupils write one item they need and one item they want to buy in their mini
whiteboard .
2. Pupils show their answers to their friends.

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