Lesson 20 – Sale or exchange

Warm up

  1. Do you know what antiques people collect?
    They usually collect furniture, clothing, toys, musical instruments, jewelry, etc.
  2. £100. Cost, worth, price, pay, afford, buy, sell, and exchange. Do you know what it’s mean? Work with a partner and write a sentence or a question with each word about the clock

Main Activity

  1. You are an antique collector. Look at the image strips above. Read the instructions
  2. The rules.
    The prices on the antiques are for help: you can sell them for as much as you want.
    You can exchange antiques for others, or exchange antiques for others and money.
    You must get as many antiques and as much money as possible to win the game.
    You have five of the type in your instructions at the end of the game, you get an extra £500.
    You can spend as much as you want.
    You must keep a note of the money you spend and make. On the board write:

    £ spentto person£ madefrom person

To stop people cheating, you must get the other person to sign their accounts.

  1. You have 20 minutes to move around the class buying, selling, and exchanging as many antiques as you can.
  2. Total the top prices printed on their antiques, e.g. guitar £50-£100-£100. Add your antiques’ value to the money you made.
    Take away the money you spent.
    If you have the five items in your instructions, add £500. The person with the most money wins.

Follow up

Write a paragraph describing your best buys and your biggest mistakes.

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