Unit 16 - THINGS BUY Buying things
Curriculum link: levels 1 and 2 of The New Zealand Curriculum
In this unit, your students will learn the numbers 31–99 and will communicate about costs and quantity when describing and buying things.
- ask about and express prices
- make purchases
- describe things
- express quantity.
The assessment criteria are based on the curriculum achievement objectives for learning languages at levels 1 and 2. These criteria measure the students’ ability to communicate in NZSL.
AFFORD, CENT, CHEAP, DOLLAR, EFTPOS, EXPENSIVE, HOW-MUCH, MONEY, SELL, SHOP, YOU-ALL
Wh-question: HOW-MUCH; numbers
Do you have any T-shirts?
[Gloss: IX-you HAVE T-SHIRT; Non-manual signal: y/n q]
Yes, we (do) have some.
[Gloss: HAVE IX-here; Non-manual signal: nod]
How much is the T-shirt?
[Gloss: T-SHIRT HOW-MUCH; Non-manual signal: whq]
How much are the jeans?
[Gloss: IX-(object) HOW MUCH; Non-manual signal: whq]
The jeans are $50.00
JEANS 50 DOLLAR
They're expensive. Do you have (any) cheaper jeans?
JEANS EXPENSIVE, [Gloss: HAVE CHEAP; Non-manual signal: y/n q]
I can afford these jeans at $50.
[Gloss: JEANS 50 DOLLAR; Non-manual signal: t], [Gloss: IX-me AFFORD; Non-manual signal: nod]
Can I pay by EFTPOS?
[Gloss: EFTPOS CAN IX-me; Non-manual signal: y/n q]
Swipe your card.
IX-you EFTPOS IX-loc
Put (in) your PIN number.
[Gloss: IX-you fs-PIN NUMBER; Non-manual signal: t] "type pin number" IX-loc
Clip 16.1a Vocabulary
Clip 16.1b Vocabulary
Clip 16.2a Sentence patterns
Clip 16.2b Sentence patterns
Clip 1.1b Vocabulary
Clip 2.1c Vocabulary
Clip 4.1b Vocabulary
Scene K Food to go
Scene O Let’s go shopping
Scene P What a bargain!
Activity 16.1 Learning the numbers from 31 to 99
Activity 16.2 How much is it?
Activity 16.3 Describing things and expressing quantity
Activity 16.4 Assessing progress
Worksheet 16.1 The numbers from 31 to 99
Worksheet 16.2 Vocabulary
Worksheet 16.3 How many? How much?