Visual English 4
Unit 7
Fashion crazy


πŸ‘—πŸ‘  This exciting ESL module is perfect for students who love expressing themselves through clothing. Explore garments, shopping preferences, and enhance vocabulary related to apparel and shopping. πŸ›οΈπŸ‘’


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This unit not only teaches practical vocabulary related to clothing but also encourages students to express their personal style and discuss cultural differences in fashion. Ready to talk threads and trends? Let’s strut into the fashion world! πŸŒŸπŸ‘ 

Types of Clothing:
πŸ‘” Shirt and T-Shirt: Discuss the differences and when to wear each.
πŸ‘— Dress and Skirt: Explore when these might be preferred and the styles.
πŸ‘– Jeans and Trousers: Compare casual versus more formal options.
🩳 Shorts and Tights: When are these appropriate?
πŸ§₯ Jacket and Coat: Talk about various styles for different seasons.
Undergarments and Accessories:
🧦 Socks: The necessity and types.
🩲 Bra and Undies, Pants and Boxers: Discuss comfort and preferences.
πŸ‘ž Shoes and Trainers: When to wear and favorite types.
🎩 Hat and Hoodie: Casual wear and protection elements.
🧣 Scarf and Tie, Bow Tie: Style versus functionality.
Materials and Patterns:
πŸ‘ Wool, Denim, Leather: Benefits of each material.
πŸ”² Checked, Striped, Spotted, Plain, Flowery, Patterned: How patterns influence the perception of clothing.
Fashion Preferences:
πŸ›οΈ Shopping Preferences: Mall versus online shopping pros and cons.
πŸ‘— Casual vs. Formal: Preferences for different occasions.
πŸ•°οΈ Old Fashioned vs. Trendy: Personal style and generational differences.

Engaging ESL Conversations:
Role Plays: Practice shopping for clothes, discussing what to wear to an event, or describing someone’s outfit.
Discussion Questions: What is your favorite item of clothing and why? How does your clothing choice change for different settings?
Vocabulary Games: “Clothing Match-Up” where students link clothes with their descriptions, or “What Am I Wearing?” for guessing clothing based on detailed descriptions.
Fun Activities:
Design Your Outfit: Students sketch an outfit for a specific occasion using vocabulary from the unit.
Fashion Show: Host a classroom fashion show where students describe their outfits in English.
Pattern Drawing: Create and draw new patterns for t-shirts or dresses.