Aim: to provide practice in making up dialogues on the topic Spending money Objective: by the end of the lesson students will be better able to make up dialogues and speak about spending their money.
Understanding new words Consumers Retailer Catching up Digging deeper into their pockets Handing out Making ends meet Resist Survive Student loan Household chores Cant afford to splash out Shopping sprees Saving up people who buy things for their own use shop owner / seller reaching the same level as something paying out more money than usual giving away having enough money to live on stop from doing something live, get by money the government lends student to pay for their studies routine jobs done around the house not having money to buy expensive things buying lots of things at the same time gradually collecting money by spending less than usual
1. My brother took out a … to go to university. 1. My brother took out a student loan to go to university. 2. … seem to be going up all the time. I think Ill cycle to work in the future. 2. Bus fares seem to be going up all the time. I think Ill cycle to work in the future. 3. Many consumers go on a … at Christmastime. 3. Many consumers go on a shopping spree at Christmastime. 4. Im always broke after paying the … at the end of the month. 4. Im always broke after paying the household bills at the end of the month. 5. If I dont help around the house, I dont get any …. 5. If I dont help around the house, I dont get any pocket money.
How can British students earn money? Helping with the chores around the house Weekend job Delivering newspapers Student loan Helping parents
What do they spend their money on? Sweets and snacks Clothes and accessories Magazines,books, comics. Mobile phones Eating out Supermarket shopping Going out Board games, video game consoles CDs, DVDs. Join clubs
1. Where are these students from? 2. What do they spend their money on? 3. …
The students of our school earn their money: Summer job Helping with the chores around the house Parents give Oriflame adviser
The students of our school spend their money on: Clothes and accessories Going out Magazines, books, CDs, computer games Chewing gums Make - up Mobile phone cards Sweets and chips
Tasks: 1 group: Take an interview from our guests about how they earned and on what spent money when they were teens. 2 group: Do you think you would be happier if you suddenly became very rich? How do you think your life would change? Make up the dialogue. 3 group: Comment on proverbs. 1. A fool and his money are easily parted. 2. A great fortune in the hands of a fool is a great misfortune.
The Greatest Things in Life are Free We all work hard to make ends meet Buy clothes to wear and food to eat But very soon, we all want more And moneys all were living for Sometimes its fun to just splash out But thats not what lifes all about The greatest things in life are free You cant buy love on a shopping spree Happiness is not for sale You wont find health on a cut price rail They have no prices, low or high Theyre riches money just cant buy Even the richest man alive Needs more than money to survive If you have friends and family Then youre as rich as you can be Forget your cash, forget your greed For you have all the wealth you need