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Stores | Interactive Digital ESL Lesson | Conversation & Free Talk Practice

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This interactive, digital ESL lesson is focused on conversation and free talk. Perfect for online English classrooms, this lesson is designed to give your English learners the chance to talk about and express their opinions on a specific topic! This lesson is for beginner and elementary level English language learners. It can be taught as either a quick 30-minute lesson or, to allow more time for conversation, as an hour-long lesson.
In this lesson about stores and what we can buy in different kinds of stores, students will use their preexisting knowledge on the topic as a starting point, then learn some new vocabulary words and practice using them as they talk about shopping.
Students will practice their pronunciation while reading a story about a girl who goes shopping, then they will have the chance to talk about what happens in the story. Going beyond just learning store-related vocabulary, students will have the chance to express their opinion on where they like to shop and what they like to buy. Students will practice expressing their opinion through teacher-led free talk and a short writing activity.
Because the aim of the lesson is to practice conversation, students at varying levels of English instruction will benefit from these activities.
For lower-level students, spend more time using and pronouncing the vocabulary words and using them in complete sentences. For higher-level students, use the vocabulary and sentence frames as a starting point and encourage conversation past what is on the page.
Each slide includes teacher directions in the speaker notes section, giving you ideas on how to teach each slide and questions you can ask to guide the conversation.
Based on Google SlidesTM️, this lesson is interactive, allowing you or your student to move pieces around the screen and drag and drop vocabulary words into sentence frames.
It’s great for group ESL settings or for one-on-one lessons. If you are teaching remotely you can either screen share the lesson on Google SlidesTM️ or save the presentation as a PDF (instructions included) and upload the lesson into the platform you are using.
Included in this lesson:
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Interactive Tic Tac Toe game as a brain-break/reward system
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New vocabulary introduction: store, buy, shop, bookstore, toy store, clothes store, grocery store
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Vocabulary and sentence frame practice
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Reading & pronunciation practice
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Free talk
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Writing activity
See the product preview for more details on what each slide in the lesson includes.
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I've made one lesson from this unit available for free to give you the chance to try it out and make sure it is right for you! Try out the Feelings ESL Lesson to see if these lessons are right for you and your students!
Looking for more digital ESL Lessons?
This lesson is part of a larger unit called “My World”, which includes similar free-talk lessons on different topics such as the zoo, school, friends, birthdays, pets, hobbies, and family. Click here to stay informed on when new lessons are released.
I have another unit of digital ESL lessons for beginners coming out called “Introductions”. It is for beginner level ESL students who need to learn how to introduce themselves, covering questions like “What’s Your Name?”, “How Are You?”, “How Old Are You?”, etc. Click here to stay informed on when new lessons are released.
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
Beginner (A1)
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Understand simple conversations
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Introduce yourself and others
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Ask and answer questions about personal details
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Interact in a simple way
Elementary (A2)
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Understand sentences related to areas of most immediate relevance
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Communicate in simple and routine tasks
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Describe in simple terms aspects of your background
Intermediate (B1)
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Understand the main points of regular situations
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Produce simple texts on topics that are familiar or of personal interest
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Describe experiences, events, dreams, and ambitions and briefly give explanations
Upper-Intermediate (B2)
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Understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics
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Interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity
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Produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue
Advanced (C1)
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Understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognize implicit meaning
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Express yourself fluently and spontaneously
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Use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic, and professional purposes
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Produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects
Expert (C2)
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Understand with ease virtually everything heard or read
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Summarize information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent way
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Express yourself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations
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