T- I see all of you have pocket money. Will you make a survey and analyse your expences.
Questions/ use often, never, always, sometimes)
How often do you waste money?
How often do you spend money on school things?
How often do you spend money on computer games, public transport etc.
Say what things children can spend their money on. The game “snowball” Possible answers: on clothes, videos …
T- Now our task is to discuss and choose 5 things you can spend your pocket money most reasonably. Organize pairs. The method “Think – Pair-Share”. Use adj to speak for your choice.
T- On Teenage money Website we’ll be introduced to British Teenagers and see how they spend their pocket money. Listen to them, complete the chart and say on what they spend money.
Key Susanne spends money on going out, holidays, make up, CDs, sports
Mathew – on going out
Charlie - on clothes, savings, CDs, sports etc.
T- Work in 2 groups (the groups are chosen according to the colour of the card) Give your arguments for and against pocket money and paying for chores.
T- Reading the text about the British Teenagers and organizing work at the stations. Stations are organized according to the answers “Yes, Now, May be”
Do you help to plan your family budget? No
Does your family use a credit card to pay for things? Yes
Does your family sometimes make ensmiet? No
Will you set up your own business? May be
Do you save money? No
Do you spend money on going out? Yes
The tasks for the stations are given on cards:
Fill in the missing words in the text
Say how British people get pocket money
Say how British people spend their pocket money
Speak about your earnings and expences
T- Here in the studio with us are promising young people. Pupils divide into correspondents and promising people. The correspondents ask questions and then write an article to the newspaper (the questions are written on sheets of paper)
T- The work with the text “A poor Man”. The pupils are to answer the questions