That's the stuff I
need to take!
Vocabulary
Learning goals:
Keywords
Revising and practising vocabulary
related to clothes, accessories and
materials
belt, boots, cap, dress, gloves, hat,
jacket, jumper, raincoat, sandals, scarf,
shirt, socks, shorts, sunglasses,
swimming costume, swimming trunks,
suit, tights, tie, tracksuit, trainers,
trousers, T-shirt, umbrella
Contents
Aims
Year 10
Lesson 35
casual, comfortable, cotton, smart, silk,
wool
revision of colours
Language Analysis
Making categories for clothing types
Some topics, e.g. food, clothing, transport, etc can be broken down into further categories. This makes
for a good exercise in identifying components that fit into each category, as well as looking at those
which belong to more than one category. For this lesson, students can be asked to think about the
following categories and identify types of clothing that fit into each one:
clothes for hot/cold weather (summer/winter)
smart/casual wear
party clothes
clothes for work/school/home
clothes for various types of holidays (e.g. beach, skiing, camping)
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Procedure
Lead-in
Audio:
1 belt, hat, scarf, socks, gloves, shirt, jacket,
jumper, trainers, boots, trousers
2 cap, sunglasses, swimming costume, T-shirt,
shorts, sandals, dress
3 raincoat, tights, tie, swimming trunks, umbrella,
suit, tracksuit
Key:
1 no
2 Izzy
3 Ben
Explain to students that Ben and Izzy are going
on holiday. Tell them to look at the pictures and
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answer the questions.
Extension: Put students in pairs. Ask them to
make a list of the items they always take when
they go on holiday.
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Main input
Audio:
Ben: Izzy! Wow! Your room’s a real mess. What’s
that massive pile of clothes on the floor?
Izzy: I’m packing for my holiday. That’s the stuff I
need to take, but I can’t get it into my case. It’s
already full.
Ben: How long are you going for? A month?
Izzy: No! Just a week.
Ben: You’re kidding! You want to take all that for
a week?
Izzy: Well, we’re going to Jamaica, so I’m taking
clothes for the beach, comfortable, casual clothes
for sightseeing, and then some smart clothes for
going out in the evening.
Tell students to listen and choose the clothes that
Izzy decides to take on holiday. Ask students
which clothes they take when they go on a beach
holiday.
Ben: But you don’t need all this. I mean, five
swimming costumes? Really?
Izzy: Yes, you’re right. Two is enough.
Ben: And how many pairs of sandals have you
got in there? Here’s one, two, three...
Izzy: Four pairs. Do you think that’s too many?
Ben: Yes, I think two is fine. And you won’t need
these boots.
Izzy: I suppose so.
Ben: And why are you taking this thick wool
jacket? You should just take a light raincoat or an
umbrella.
Izzy: OK. No jacket or raincoat. I will take an
umbrella, but I hope it won’t rain!
Ben: Izzy. Why are you taking tights?
Izzy: Well, they go with this silk dress.
Ben: But you’ll be too hot. And a silk dress isn’t
great for hot weather. Cotton clothes are better.
And you won’t need this tracksuit.
Izzy: But I go running every morning.
Ben: Why don’t you take some shorts and not the
tracksuit?
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Izzy: Yes, good thinking. Then I’ll just need a cap
to keep the sun off my face, and some
sunglasses to protect my eyes.
Ben: Come on! Let’s start again. You need my
help. Let’s fold these things up as we pack them,
too.
Izzy: OK. Then I’ll help you pack for your skiing
holiday. You’re going to need a scarf and some
gloves, a smart suit and tie for going out in the
evenings and a warm jacket, four pairs of shoes...
Ben: Oh, no! Izzy, I’m not sure you are the right
person to help with packing.
Key:
She takes:
two swimming costumes
two pairs of sandals
an umbrella
a baseball cap
a pair of sunglasses
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Practice 1
Audio:
raincoat, jacket, sandals, boots, trainers, shoes,
cap, hat
Key:
Give students these instructions for the Memory
game. The aim of the game is to make pairs.
On the screen you will see two sets of cards ‘face
down’.
Click on one card from each set to make a pair. .
If it is a pair, the cards will fly off the screen. If it is
not a pair, the cards will turn over again.
Try and remember where the pictures and words
are.
Choose two more cards to make a pair.
Continue until you have matched all the pairs.
Ask students to do the activity individually or put
them in pairs. If students work in pairs, ask them
to count the number of pairs they found. The
player with the most matches wins.
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Practice 2
Audio:
Ben: Izzy! Wow! Your room’s a real mess. What’s
that massive pile of clothes on the floor?
Izzy: I’m packing for my holiday. That’s the stuff I
need to take, but I can’t get it into my case. It’s
already full.
Ben: How long are you going for? A month?
Izzy: No! Just a week.
Ben: You’re kidding! You want to take all that for
a week?
Izzy: Well, we’re going to Jamaica, so I’m taking
clothes for the beach, comfortable, casual clothes
for sightseeing, and then some smart clothes for
going out in the evening.
Ben: But you don’t need all this. I mean, five
swimming costumes? Really?
Izzy: Yes, you’re right. Two is enough.
Ben: And how many pairs of sandals have you
got in there? Here’s one, two, three...
Izzy: Four pairs. Do you think that’s too many?
Ask students to read and complete the dialogue.
Explain that the first letter of each missing word is
already given to makes things easier.
Ben: Yes, I think two is fine. And you won’t need
these boots.
Izzy: I suppose so.
Ben: And why are you taking this thick wool
jacket? You should just take a light raincoat or an
umbrella.
Izzy: OK. No jacket or raincoat. I will take an
umbrella, but I hope it won’t rain!
Ben: Izzy. Why are you taking tights?
Izzy: Well, they go with this silk dress.
Ben: But you’ll be too hot. And a silk dress isn’t
great for hot weather. Cotton clothes are better.
And you won’t need this tracksuit.
Izzy: But I go running every morning.
Ben: Why don’t you take some shorts and not the
tracksuit?
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Izzy: Yes, good thinking. Then I’ll just need a cap
to keep the sun off my face, and some
sunglasses to protect my eyes.
Ben: Come on! Let’s start again. You need my
help. Let’s fold these things up as we pack them,
too.
Izzy: OK. Then I’ll help you pack for your skiing
holiday. You’re going to need a scarf and some
gloves, a smart suit and tie for going out in the
evenings and a warm jacket, four pairs of shoes...
Ben: Oh, no! Izzy, I’m not sure you are the right
person to help with packing.
Key:
1 cool
2 jacket
3 raincoat
4 umbrella
5 tights
6 dress
7 dress
8 cotton
9 scarf
10 loves
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Practice 3
Audio:
1 A woman wears this when she goes swimming.
2 You wear these on your feet in hot weather.
3 Men often wear this. It has a jacket and
trousers.
4 You wear these to protect your eyes.
5 This material comes from a sheep.
6 A man wears this around his neck. It’s smart.
7 You carry this when it’s raining.
8 You wear this to do sport.
Tell students to listen and match the audios with
the words.
Key:
A woman wears this when she goes
swimming. – swimming costume
You wear these on your feet in hot weather. –
sandals
Men often wear this. It has a jacket and
trousers. – suit
You wear these to protect your eyes. –
sunglasses
This material comes from a sheep. – wool
A man wears this around his neck. It’s smart.
– tie
You carry this when it’s raining. – umbrella
You wear this to do sport. – tracksuit
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Practice 4
Key:
1 scarf
2 trainers
3 raincoat
4 socks
5 suit
6 cotton
7 belt
8 swimming trunks
Ask students to read and choose the correct
answers.
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Practice 5
Key:
1 dress
2 pumps
3 purple
4 suit
5 trainers
6 scarf
7 green
8 boots
9 tights
10 hat
11 jeans
12 shirt
13 tie
Focus students’ attention on the pictures. Tell
them to look at the pictures and complete the
sentences.
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English to take away
Audio:
1 What clothes do you wear in hot weather?
2 What clothes do you wear in cold weather?
3 What do you wear to a family wedding?
4 What do you wear at the weekend?
5 What do you wear to a friend’s party?
6 What clothes do you wear at school?
Key:
Students’ own answers.
This is a ‘free practice’ stage. The aim is
personalisation. Give the following instructions:
Work in pairs. First answer the questions for you.
Then ask your partner. Use the words in the box
to help.
Extension: Give out the Handouts. Tell students
to ask three of their classmates the questions and
then fill in the table. Then ask students to share
their information. Hold a class vote. Find out
which items of clothing were the most popular in
each category.
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Handout
What do you wear...?
Student 1
Student 2
Student 3
Name __________
Name __________
Name __________
in hot weather
in cold weather
to a family wedding
at the weekend
to a friend’s party
to school
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