Exercise 28. Role play: "Survey of Peoples Shopping Habits" Setting: Lec.. 499
Role play: "Survey of People's Shopping Habits"
Setting: Lecture room in the University of Trade Management.
Situation: A group of psychologists are invited to a students' class with a talk. They ask questions about shopping habits to demonstrate the fact that people fall under different customer categories. Then they analyse answers and decide which description fits every student best. Finally they report their results to the class.
I. You are a Fun Shopper.
You enjoy it. You go shopping with your friends.
II. You are a Practical Shopper.
You get the best and the cheapest.
III. You are a Reluctant Shopper.
You hate doing it!
whether they enjoy shopping and why/why not;
what things they like/hate to shop for the best/worst;
what kind of stores they like the most, why;
whether they like window-shopping, shopping around;
whether they enjoy lookingfor baigains;
what they think first about: the price, the quality, the name;
whether they take advice from shop assistants, friends, family, nobody;
whether they go shopping alone or with friends;
whether they spend their money on "things" or on entertainment;
if they had an unlimited supply of money, how they would spend it;
if they had less money and had to buy fewer things what they would stop buying.
Card I — The head of the group of psychologists, who opens and closes the discussion.
Cards II—V — Psychologists who ask questions and make conclusions.
Cards VI—XI — Students who give answers to the questions.