LESSON PLAN
• Title of the Lesson: POP
TO THE SHOPS
• Date: 14-01-2015
• Level and group: 4TH
• Unit of Study: GO
SHOPPING...
Learning objectives:
Participate in oral exchanges.
Show a respectful attitude towards people who speak another language a...
Lesson development:
Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
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Money
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Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
Activity
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Time Description Interactio
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Pop to
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shops
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Personal notes/reminders/homework/other considerations:
This is a lesson plan thought to put into practice with half of th...
Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
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Pop to the shops

It is a lesson plan in order to practice the vocabulary of shops, money and board games.
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  • 1. LESSON PLAN • Title of the Lesson: POP TO THE SHOPS • Date: 14-01-2015 • Level and group: 4TH • Unit of Study: GO SHOPPING • Number of children: HALF GROUP (11 PUPILS) • Background Information: • Before Christmas they have finished the unit that talks about go shopping, but I want them to reinforce the subject about money (pounds and pence) because it’s difficult for them to get used handling with a different currency. Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
  • 2. Learning objectives: Participate in oral exchanges. Show a respectful attitude towards people who speak another language and have a different culture to one’s own (and different currency) Have fun while revising and identifying the vocabulary from the unit. • Competencies involved: • Data processing and digital competence. (Use the internet resource to play “ The Money Master” game) • Social and civic competence. Work in groups. Communicative exchanges ( role play “Going shopping”) • Autonomy and personal initiative. Assume responsibility for tasks. Being the captain of the team. Cooperate and work in groups. • Linguistic communication. Perform a dialogue (using a functional language: Hello, how much is the … please? It’s … pounds or pence. Here you are. Thank you. Goodbye. • Mathematical competence. Subtraction, work with money, decimal numbers, give change. • Assessment: • The teacher interacts with them while they are playing giving help and participating in the game (being the banker). • Use in a meaningful way forms and structures particular to the target language, including aspects of sound, rhythm, stress and intonation in different communicative contexts. • Participate in controlled oral exchanges referring to vocabulary of shopping during the game. Respecting the basic rules, follow the turns and the instructions and interacting with the other groups. • Have a positive attitude during the game. Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
  • 3. Lesson development: Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops" Activity title Time Description Interactio n Skill s Materials Money Master 20’ Use a resource www.mathsisfun.com/money/money- master.html in order to choose the four captains (colors) and the rest of the participants in each group. Firstly use the difficult option (give change). Show on the digital whiteboard costumer gives £20.00 and item costs £19.26 and they have to think of the correct answer and raise hand. When the answer is correct, the boy/girl goes to the whiteboard and chose for the right coins. Then we have the first captain (color red). Do it three more times. Then use a simpler option that it is say a total £2.94, one person goes to the whiteboard and chose the right coins and check it. If it is correct he/she chooses with what captain wants to play until everybody has a group. T-Ss L – S – I Digital whiteboar d
  • 4. Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops" Activity title Time Description Interactio n Skill s Materials Pop to the shops (board game) 40’ Sit down around the board game. In turns, they throw the dice and count the squares in order to arrive at one of the four shops to buy the piece of food that they’ve taken. Once there, practice a typical dialogue in the shop. Pay for the item and chose another item to go on buying. At the end of the game the group who has more items in the basket is the winner. Ss-Ss S-S T-Ss L R S I Pop to the shops board game
  • 5. Personal notes/reminders/homework/other considerations: This is a lesson plan thought to put into practice with half of the group because when you play with one board game it is necessary that everybody can see clearly, can have opportunities to have some task and participate in some way (rolling and throwing the dice, giving and exchanging the money, controlling the food cards, moving the counter, etc); and also before playing the game when they have to participate in the money master game online. • Bloom's Taxonomy: • Creating • Evaluating • Analising • Applying • Understanding • Remembering • ICT resources • • www.mathsisfun.com/ money/money- master.html Lesson Plan "Pop to the Shops"
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