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ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE

Grade 4

SHOPPING AND SPENDING

Module 21

SHOPS AND JOBS

Activity 1

To classify things according to criteria [LO 5.2.3]

A WHO IS WHO AND WHERE DO I GO?

a) First number the shops that you think are the most important in town from 1-10. Then discuss in your groups in which order you would list them.

MY VOTE GROUP'S VOTE

Chemist ………. ……….

Café ............ ............

Electrician ............ ............

Bakery ............ ............

Stationer ............ ............

Greengrocer’s ............ ............

Florist ............ ............

Butchery ............ ............

Furniture shop ............. ............

Hairdresser ............. ............

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b) We buy sugar at the supermarket. Name the places where we ...

buy bread …… A K E B Y R ……………………

buy tomatoes …. E R R G O C R E G E N …………………..

buy medicine …. H E C I M T S ……………………

buy meat …… C T B E H Y R ……………………

watch a film …… C M N I A E ……………………

buy flowers …… R I F S T O L ……………………

catch a train …... A I O T S T ……………………

c) Look at the shadows below and write down what each person's job is. Look at the clues.

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d) Help! These people have problems. What services do they need? Choose your answers from the block at the bottom of the page and write it next to the appropriate picture.

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the police; the electrician; the doctor; an ambulance; the vet (the veterinary surgeon); the garage; the fire brigade

Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOME 5: THINKING AND REASONING

The learner will able to use language to think and reason, and access, process and use information for learning.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

5.2 uses language for thinking:

5.2.3 classifies things according to criteria.

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Activity 1

Table 1
buy bread BAKERY
buy tomatoes GREEN GROCER
buy medicine CHEMIST
buy meat BUTCHERY
watch a film CINEMA
buy flowers FLORIST
catch a train STATION

WAITRESS; WINDOW CLEANER; TRAFFIC WARDEN; NURSE; CHEF;

VET; POLICE; AMBULANCE; FIRE BRIGADE; GARAGE; ELECTRICIAN.

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