Unit 3 How much is it?
2A) Listening • CD 1: 3 – 2 • Close your books • Answer the questions below
1. What are Steve and Maria doing?2. What does Steve want to get for Maria?3. How much is it?4. Why does Steve want to get it for Maria?
Oral practice: p.16 • Pair work • Practice the conversation
3B) Oral practice • Pair work • Practice the conversation below
M: Steve, come and look at this necktie. What do you think?S: It’s a nice tie, but look at the price - $25M: Oh, that’s not bad. And I want you to have it. Let me get it for you.S: Ok. Sure
3A) Exercise: p.17 • Complete these conversations
3A) Exercise answers: p.17 • ones / these / ones/ those • that / is / one / one / this / one
3A) Oral practice: p.17 • Pair work • Practice the conversation
3B) Exercise : p.17 • Add prices to the items • Use the useful expressions to response “That’s cheap.”
3B) Oral practice: p.17 • Pair work • Practice the conversation on p.17
4) Listening • CD 1: 3 – 4 • Listen to Tim and Sandra shopping. • Complete the chart
4) Answers: p.18 • $165 No They’re too expensive. 2. $9.95 Yes The price is reasonable.
3. $16 No They’re too big. 4. $49.99 Yes The price isn’t bad.
5A) Role play: p.18 • Put 3 items “for sale” on your table • Take out 3 pieces of paper • Write prices on each paper
Label the items • SA: go around the class • Use the conversation on p.17, 18 and useful expressions to buy these items
6A) Pronunciation: p.18 • Listen and practice • Notice that the important words n the sentence have more stress
7) Interchange 3Flea market • Pair work • Practice the conversation
7) Interchange 3Flea market • SA: Write your “asking price” for each item • SB: go around the class to buy 3 things you want to buy • Get the best price for each one • Use the example
Task • Characters: 3 family members and a clerk • You would like to get some presents for your parents for a holiday
Decide what to buy • Bargain to get a good price • Develop a conversation • Class performance
8A) Word power: p.19 • What are these things made of? • Identify each one • Use the words from the list
8C) Class activity: p.19 • SA: go around the class • Ask 3 classmates the questions below • Take notes
SA: Juan, your bag is pretty. What is your bag made of?Juan: It’s made of leather.SA: Your socks are nice. What are your socks made of?Juan: They’re made of wool.
3C) Discussion • Tell your group member • Which materials you found SA: Juan has a leather bag and wool socks.
9A) Listening • Put away your books • Listen and answer the questions below
1. Why does Sue like the wool jackets?2. Why does Anne like the leather jackets?3. How much is the leather jackets?4. Why won’t Anne get the leather?
9B) listening • What does Anne buy? • What does Sue think of it?
Preferences A: Which one do you prefer? B: I prefer the leatherone.
Oral Practice A: Which one do you like better / more? B: I like the leather one better / more.
comparisons A: That one is cheaper than the wool one. B: This one is nicer than the …
10A) Exercise: p.20 • Complete these conversations
10A) Answers: p.20 • Prettier / more expensive than • Larger than / bigger • Better / more stylish than
10A) Oral practice: p.20 • Pair work • Practice the conversations with your partner
10B) Oral practice: p.20 • SA: go around the class • Practice the conversations with 3 partners • Use the pictures in A
10B) Oral practice: p.20 • Pair work • Compare the things in Part A • Give your own opinions • Use the useful expressions
Task • You are shopping with your friends. • Use the conversation on p.19 to help you out • Create your own conversation
11) Writing: p.20 • Group work • Take out a piece of paper • Comparing prices • Make sentences as many as you can
12) Reading: p.21 • Homework