Request and Offers
Listening and speaking
Procedure (35-51 minutes)
-Show the Ss a video of an English language learner trying to pronounce "I would like to eat a Hamburger .
- Ex.1 p34, Ss discuss their eating habits in groups. - Ss talk about their favorite restaurant and what do they eat there.
- In ex.2, Ss listen to the answerphone message. Choose the correct information. - Ss check their answers in pairs. - In Ex.3, give Ss time to read the sentances and then Ss listen to a phone call. Decide if the information are true or false. - Ss check their answers in pairs.
- In Ex.5 , Ss take turns to choose something from to eat and drink from the menu. - Model and drill the prices. - In pairs, Ss ask questions with "How much". - Check Ss' understand the other food vocabulary on the menu. - In Ex.6, Ss listen and fill in the gaps with words from the box. - Check answers with the class. - Ss listen again and highlight the pronunciation of " would you". - In Ex.7, Ss work in pairs to complete the conversation using question 1-4 from 6a. - Ask Ss if they can guess the meaning bill from the context. - Ss listen and check their answers.
- In Ex.8, Ss work in pairs and complete the rules. - Give Ss Answer key to check their answers - Check Ss understand that 'd= would in these phrases. - Check Ss understand the difference between "I like" and "I'd like". - Ss work on their own and underline three more requests in 7a). - Check answers as a whole class.
- In ex.9a, play the recording and Ss notice the stress pattern, highlight the high pitch and the rise on 'please'. - In Ex.9b, Ss listen to the recording and and decide which is more polite. - Check answers as a whole class. - In Ex. 9c, Play the recording and ask students to repeat. - Check that Ss copy the polite intonation pattern correctly. - Play the recording again if necessary. - If time allows, Ss in groups practice the conversation in 7a until they can remember it.