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Unit Six: Wear it!

6:2. How do you choose your clothes?

Word Bank

Phrase Bank

Communication Box

uniform

party dress

What can I do for

scruffy

to need sth badly

you?

amazing

not to care what someone

Absolutely.

purity

wears

Have a nice party!

informal

to look good on smb


to influence

to know much about


to dress up

fashions

to make one’s own fashion

to feel right in sth

to wear sth in blue (red)


I. Conversation Warm-up

Look at the clothes in the pictures. Say which of them you like to wear and why.

Example: As for me, I like to wear skirts and blouses because I look smart in them.

II. Pronunciation Warm-up

Listen to/read the «Everyday Clothes» chant and practise the sounds /w/, /з:/, and /v/. Say what everyday clothes the author advises to wear. Do you agree?

THE EVERYDAY CLOTHES CHANT

You should wear skirts,

You should wear blouses.

You should wear shirts,

You should wear trousers.

Shirts and blouses, skirts and trousers.

Wear them every day

And always look OK.

III. Grammar Smart

1. Read and remember!

a) Для того, щоб правильно сказати, як слід одягатися до школи, вживай should:

Example: You should wear a school uniform to school.

b) Для того, щоб правильно сказати, як не слід одягатися до школи, вживай should:

Example: You shouldn’t wear shorts to school.

2. Play the grammar opposite game

Example: A: You should wear a cap. It’s cold.

B: Oh, no. You shouldn’t wear a cap. It’s hot.

3. Say what clothes boys and girls should or shouldn’t wear to school.

Example: We should wear a school uniform to school.

We shouldn’t wear shorts to school.

4. Look at the pictures and say what clothes you should wear:

✵ to a party;

✵ to a picnic;

✵ to a sports ground.

V. Word Smart

1. When Helen was in England, she learnt a lot about clothes. Read her story and say what colour clothes she wore in different situations and why.

HELEN’S STORY

England is an amazing country with its interesting national traditions in clothes. Do you know where I was last Sunday? At an English wedding. Jennifer’s sister got married and there were many guests in party clothes. I wore a beautiful pink dress to express my joy yesterday.

I put on my green blouse and a white skirt because I went to a Greenpeace meeting. These colours symbolize the purity of nature and its beauty.

Tomorrow we are going to have a goodbye party at our language school. Of course, I should wear a nice vyshyvanka, the national costume of my country.

2. Say what colour clothes are your favourite.

Example: I like clothes in blue because this colour is my favourite.

3. Answer the questions.

1. Who knows much about fashion in your family?

2. What clothes look good on you?

3. In what clothes do you feel right?

4. What clothes do you wear when you go to the concert?

5. Who influences your choice in clothes?

6. How do your everyday and festive clothes differ?

At Home:

Write about the clothes you like to wear in different situations.

V. Time to Read

1. Read the dialogue between two friends and give answers to these questions:

1. Why did Steve ask Ann for a piece of advice?

2. What kind of clothes does Steve prefer?

3. What did Ann say about fashion?

costume

suit

See: First Aid Kit:

Word meaning 1, p. 238

Go to Ex. 106-107 of your Workbook

DRESSING UP FOR THE PARTY

Steve: Hi, Ann! I’m so glad I’ve met you. I need your advice badly.

Ann: Really? What can I do for you?

Steve: You know, I never care what I wear. I don’t like suits and prefer casual clothes to other clothes. But today I don’t want to look scruffy.

Ann: Oh, Steve, don’t be so modest. All clothes look good on you.

Steve: It’s so nice of you, Ann. But you know much about fashion, and you are always dressed in fashionable clothes.

Ann: You mean you want to change your clothing style?

Steve: Not really. Helen invited me to a party and I want to look stylish, but I hate to dress up.

Ann: I advise you not to follow the crowd, Steve, and make your own fashion. You should put on the clothes you feel comfortable in.

Steve: Are you sure?

Ann: Absolutely. Your blue shirt and green jacket look so good on you. Besides, they go well with your jeans and trainers. It’ll be informal, but smart.

Steve: Thank you, Ann. I think I’ll feel right in these clothes.

Ann: Sure. Have a nice party, Steve.

2. In the text «Dressing up for the Party» find the relatives to the words in the box and explain their meanings. Make up your own sentences with them.

Example: to advise - advice. I need your advice badly - Мені дуже потрібна твоя порада.

3. Look at Steve’s photos and describe the clothes which he wore at Helen’s party.

VI. Time to Communicate

1. Act as Steve and describe your problem before the party.

not to care what one wears

to prefer casual clothes

to look scruffly

to know little about fashion

to look stylish

to feel right in one’s clothes

2. Steve needs his friend’s advice badly. Suppose he asked you. What piece of advice can you give him? Begin with:

✵ I agree with Ann that …

✵ You shouldn’ t …

✵ I think you should …

✵ I also advise you …

✵ In such clothes …

✵ Besides …

✵ Don’t … , but …

✵ Try a …

3. Read what the children say about the clothes they wear and say who you agree with and why.

I wear what I want to wear. Usually I wear the same clothes as my classmates. I prefer clothes in which I feel comfortable. It makes me feel good.

White, red, green and blue are my colours and I like people who wear clothes in bright colours. I think such people are always jolly and in good mood. Colours influence a person, I think.

Usually I’m formally dressed. Some of my friends think it is boring, but I can’t agree with them. A formal grey costume and a white blouse are good in any situation.

I spend much time outdoors with my friends and I prefer casual clothes. You feel right in them playing sport games or just having a walk.

4. In pairs, help your friend to choose the right clothes as in the pattern.

Pattern:

A: Hi, …! I need your advice … .

B: Really? What can I …?

A: You know I … , but today … .

B: Don’t be so … . You … .

A: It’s very kind of you, but ….

В: I advise you … and ….

A: Are you …?

B: Absolutely. … . Besides … .

A: Thank you …. I think … .

B: Sure. You’ll look ….

VII. Time to Write

Some children have problems with choosing clothes to wear. Write an article to a magazine to support them and give a piece of advice. Follow the pattern.

TO WEAR OR NOT TO WEAR

I think children look good in any clothes and in any situation. But if you want to be more sure of yourself, you should remember this.

Firstly, …

Secondly, …

Finally, …

Go to Ex. 108-110 of your Workbook






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