Visual English 5
Unit 10
At the supermarket


πŸ›’ πŸ›’ Gear up for a shopping adventure. This fun ESL module explores the supermarket, aisles, and items within. From selecting baskets to payment options, students learn to discuss shopping experiences in English. πŸŽπŸ’³


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This fun and interactive ESL module introduces students to the supermarket setting, exploring various aisles and the items found within them. From choosing the right shopping basket to navigating payment options, students will learn how to discuss their shopping experiences in English

Supermarket Basics:
πŸ›’ Shopping Carts and Baskets: Differences between using a basket or a trolley.
πŸ’³ Payment Methods: Options like cash, bank cards, or online payments.
πŸ“² Online Payment Apps: Discuss the convenience and usage of digital payment.
Key Supermarket Roles:
πŸ§‘β€πŸ’Ό Customer: Role of buying items from the supermarket.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ”§ Cashier: Responsibilities include handling payments and assisting customers.
Supermarket Machinery:
πŸ’΅ Cash Machine: Used for withdrawing money.
πŸ₯€ Vending Machine: Provides snacks, drinks, or even small items on the go.
Navigating the Aisles:
πŸ₯– Bakery Aisle: Items like bread, cakes, and pastries.
πŸ§€ Dairy Aisle: Dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt.
🍺 Beverage Aisle: A variety of drinks from juices to sodas and alcoholic beverages.
πŸ‡ Greengrocer – Vegetable and Fruit Aisle: Fresh produce including fruits and vegetables.
πŸ₯© Meat Aisle: Various meats from beef to poultry.
🐟 Seafood Aisle: Items like fish, prawns, and other seafood.
πŸ₯« Canned Goods Aisle: Canned foods including soups and vegetables.
🍯 Condiments Aisle: Sauces, spices, and dressings.
🍿 Snacks Aisle: Snacks such as crisps, sweets, and nuts.

Engaging ESL Conversations:
Role Plays
: Practice scenarios like asking for a specific product, checking out at the cashier, or making a complaint.
Discussion Questions: Which payment method do you prefer and why? What’s your favorite aisle in the supermarket?
Vocabulary Games: “Aisle Memory Game” where students match products to their respective aisles, or “What’s Missing?” where one item from a list is removed and others must guess.
Fun Activities:
Supermarket Scavenger Hunt: Students find items based on descriptions to practice navigating aisles.
Create Your Supermarket Ad: Design an advertisement for a supermarket highlighting special products.
Recipe Challenge: Choose ingredients from different aisles to come up with a recipe