Liberal Studies Shopping The New Drug Of Choice

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Liberal Studies: Shopping-THE NEW DRUG OF CHOICE Answer the questions. Then talk about your answers: 1. How often do you go shopping (not for food)? a. Two or three times a week. b. Once a week. c. Twice a month. d. Once a month or less. 2. How often do you spend money when you go shopping? a. Almost always. b. Very often. c. Sometimes. d. Rarely 3. How often do you shop in malls? a. Almost always. b. Very often. c. Sometimes. d. Rarely 4. What’s the best thing about indoor malls? a. There are lots of stores. b. You don’t have to think about the weather. c. There are a lot of people. d. There is nothing good about malls. e. Other___________________________________ Article: Addicted to the Mall…show more content…
What is author’s purpose in each article? Why do you think so? To teach readers how to do something To inform readers about something. To describe something to readers. To persuade readers to do something. Reading 1 Author’s purpose: Reading 2 Author’s purpose: 2. Do you think shopping can be an addiction? Why or why not? 3. Would you like to go to Palm Desert? Why or why not? Comprehension: Reading 1 Read the statements and write true (T) or false (F). If it is false please write the correct answer: 1. All people who shop are recreational shoppers. 2. Recreational shoppers go shopping for fun. 3. Recreational shoppers love to own things. 4. Most shoppers dislike shopping. 5. Psychologists compared ordinary shoppers and recreational shoppers. 6. Recreational shoppers go shopping when they are sad. 7. Most recreational shoppers are men. 8. People spend more time in shopping malls than do they do at work. Reading 2 Read the statements and write true (T) or false (F). If it is false please write the correct answer: 1. Palm Desert Mall is in California. 2. This mall has more than 250 different places to spend money. 3. The mall has 43 different buildings. 4. It has 12 different movie theaters. 5. Some restaurants at the mall are expensive. 6. Karen’s Kitchen is a cooking store. Answer the questions: 1. Where can you find the inexpensive

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