POCKET MONEY Mariana Kolarska
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Aims 1. 2. 3. To learn some new vocabulary related to pocket money. To develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. To develop fluency and express points of view.
Reflect How much pocket money do you get each week? Do you get your pocket money every day or once a week? What do you spend it on? Do you save any of your pocket money? How much do you save? Are you saving for anything now? Online Stopwatch
Match a survey to see, to notice wisely the daily light work at home to spot questions that find out what people think about a topic chores in a clever and careful way grownups designer clothes expensive clothes made by famous designers to afford something to have enough money to buy something adults
Online stopwatch Thinking hats Think of What information/facts do we need to know about pocket money? How do I feel about having pocket money? What are the good points and benefits of having pocket money? What are the weaknesses of having pocket money? What are the possible ways to plan our pocket money? What decisions have we reached?
Assess Positive feedback Recommendations We think……. . We noticed …… We liked ……. We wonder if you could……… We believe ……. . You did a good/ fantastic/ job!
Task Children around the world get a different amount of pocket money. £ 1= 2, 53 leva $1= 1, 78 leva € 1= 1, 96 leva Country Currency the UK £ 30 per month $8 per week the USA Germany Bulgarian Lev € 1, 5 per day Bulgaria Where do children receive the most pocket money per month?
Conclusion What are three important things for you from this lesson.
Aims Did we achieve the aims of our lesson?
Homework Write a paragraph /50 words/ about how you manage your pocket money. Use the plan. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mention the facts / the money you get and spend every week/. Compare with your peers from around the world. The good and bad points of having pocket money. How you plan it. Your conclusion.
Thank you for being wonderful students!