Let’s go grocery shopping! In this lesson, students will learn how to buy groceries at a store and ask for help when looking for items. This lesson includes audio of two people communicating in a store and includes plenty of engaging discussion activities and worksheets. Students review and practice vocabulary relating to this topic. Also, students discuss different aspects of grocery shopping and share ideas on buying goods. The lesson activities have been developed for adult and teenage learners.
Listening: Students will listen to an audio clip of a conversation in a grocery store, focusing on key phrases used in shopping contexts and understanding different types of products and where they are located in a store.
Speaking: They will engage in activities about grocery shopping experiences, practicing how to ask for help and discuss various products, enhancing conversational skills in a shopping context.
Vocabulary: The lesson introduces vocabulary related to grocery shopping, including terms for different food items, store sections, and shopping actions, enriching students' language skills to assist with everyday shopping.
Students will complete worksheets that include vocabulary matching, sentence completion related to the shopping experience, and creating a shopping list based on a meal plan.