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ARGENT de POCHE

POCKET MONEY

= "money for small personal expenses" (Merriam-Webster)

 


Facts - Listening -
Activities to print
- Lesson plans -
Cartoons
- Songs - Videos

(Updated on 13/02/2013)

 


Related pages :

MONEY (Vocabulary and Activities) - MONEY (Civilization) - 'Buy Nothing Day' -

YOUTH

 

 

 

FACTS :

 

 

LISTENING :

 

  • Spending Money (esl-lab.com)
    I. Pre-Listening Exercises II. Listening Exercises III. Post-Listening Exercises
    'Did you receive allowance from your parents when you were child? How about now?
    Did you have to do household chores to earn the money? How did you spend it?"

 

ACTIVITIES TO PRINT :

 

LESSON PLANS :

 

  • Pocket money and pester power (British Council)
    Theme: Young people's spending habits in the UK, teenagers working.
    Introduction
    1. Your consumer habits (with a questionnaire)
    2. Pocket money and pester power
    3. How do you compare?
    4. Class survey
    5. Discussion

    +
    CLASSROOM MATERIALS

 

CARTOONS : (Si le lien est inaccessible, enregistrer l'image pour obtenir la taille initiale.)

Allowance
(cartoonstock.com)

 

The only source of revenue
(cartoonstock.com)

 

 

SONGS :

  • Pocket Money by Carole King
    "No friends, no dreams, no pocket money.
    So, I'm gonna keep movin'.
    No pocket money."

    (metrolyrics.com)

 

VIDEOS :

  • Pocket Money
    "A beautifully shot film accompanied by a simple, poignant poem read by two children to highlight the stark contrast
    between youngsters who have and youngsters who have not."

    (YouTube)