How to Talk about Good and Services

How to Talk about Good and Services

How to Talk about Good and Services

Vocabulary: Places around Town + Good and Services

  1. Airport: You can travel to another city.
  2. Bakery:  you can buy fresh bread and cakes there.
  3. Bank:  you deposit money or cash a check.
  4. Bookstore: you can buy books and magazines in that place.
  5. Bus station: You can take a bus to another city.
  6. Butcher’shop:  You can buy fresh meat there.
  7. café: you can buy a cup of coffee, cakes or sandwiches.
  8. Church: You can pray and worship there.
  9. Department Store: You can buy clothes , appliances and so much more.
  10. Cinema/movies:  you can see the latest movies there.
  11. Gas Station: You can buy fuel
  12. Gym: you can do exercises, weight training and keep fit there
  13. Beauty Salon:  you go there when you want to cut your hair
  14. Hospital: you go there when you need a surgery .
  15. Hotel: where you can sleep when you visit another city
  16. Jail / Prison: criminals go there for a number of days or years
  17. Library: a place where you can read and borrow books
  18. Pharmacy/ Drugstore: you can buy medicines
  19. Police Station: when a person is arrested, the police takes him/her to this place
  20. Park:  where you can rest, play or walk your dog
  21. Restaurant: you go there to buy meals and special dishes.
  22. School: a place where children learn
  23. Supermarket: You can buy food and drinks
How to Talk about Good and Services

Lesson Plan: How to Talk about Good and Services

Schema Activation

  1. Students make three or four teams.
  2. They are given a wordle and they have to identify the vocabulary in it.
  3. Each group chooses a leader to do mimics so their team guesses the good or the service in the slips of paper.


Task #1
  1. Teacher sends a presentation with sentences to students.
  2. Students read sentences and identify if these describe goods or services.
  3. They compare their answers with their classmates by using phrases such as:
    1. I think this is a good
    2. I think this is a service
Task #2
  1. Teacher  invites students to play this Kahoot Game so they can learn more about places and the good and services they offer.
Task #3
  1. Students make pairs.
  2. They sit in a back to back position
  3. They have to talk each other and complete a matching about places and the good and services they offer
  4. Once they  finished, they quiz each other using the information in it.


  1. Students record themselves talking about where to get good and services. They do the activity in groups of three.
  2. They record themselves and they make two questions to their classmates to make sure they are paying attention.

Post- Task

  1. Students are sent a google form.
  2. They complete the survey before they leave.

Lesson Plan: How to Ask for and Offer Good and Services


  1.  Asking for and offering services.
  2.  Complaining about goods or services.



Extracting salient points from the whole text.


Teacher introduces the vocabulary about good and services  and key phrases by using a presentation

During- reading

Task #1: Students read a text about places and the good and services they offer and then they highlight the places and the services they give.

Task #2: Students answer a multiple choice about the places and the good and service they offer

Task #3: Student read the text again and write phrases such as I buy bread on Musmanni or Musmanni is where I buy bread.

 Post- reading

Students see pictures of different places and talk about the good and services they can get there.

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate Ss talking about goods and services about where they can get their goods and services during a brief presentation.



  1. Identifying main points from messages.
  2. Identifying different opinions and choices.


Teacher shows a picture and ask questions to activate their background knowledge and set the context for a recording about opinions of places that offer good  and services


Task #1: Students jot down any word they don’t know as they listen.

Task#2: Students complete the missing words in the text by listening the recording.

Task#3: Using the same recordings and texts , the students are going to unscramble the text in the correct order.


Students write a paragraph about a favorite place they visit and in which they get their goods or enjoy their services and why the like it.

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate students’ list of opinions and choices regarding goods and services in their town by checking their writing.



  1. Writing sentences and paragraphs to describe a request or complain.


Teacher introduces vocabulary to make requests and complaints by using a categorization game


Task #1 : Students  unscramble sentences written in pieces of paper to form a letter of complaint and a letter of request

Task#2:  Students highlight the key vocabulary used to make complaints and requests

Task#3: Students complete  a letter of complaint and request  using factual or fictional information


In the production section, students pick a situation from a slips of paper and write a letter of complaint or requests

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate students’ ability to make complaints and requests by checking their writing.



  1. Talking to offer possibilities and making choices.
  2.  Expressing points of view from information.
  3.  Taking parts in dialogues and conversations.


The teacher introduces vocabulary and structures such as You should, why don’t you…? to  tell people where to go if they need a good and service


Task#1 Students unscramble sentences in pieces of paper to form a conversation,during the task students ask for clarification of unknown vocabulary.

Task#2 Students read the dialogue and practice the dialogue with a partner taking into account fluency, intonation and correct pronunciation

Task #3 Students completes a similar dialogue but they personalize it with their own information


Students choose three situation from a bag of slips of papers and present a dialogue in which points of views and possibilities are offered.

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes:

The teacher by means of rubric will evaluate students’ ability to talk about points of view and possibilities during a presentation of a dialogue.