Prepositional Phrases/ Restaurants TP3
Pre-Intermediate (A2/B1) level
To provide practice of nouns with prepositional phrases in the context of food/dining
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation/ordering in the context of dining/restaurant
Procedure (37-56 minutes)
T will write the following restaurants/cafes on WB (Kahve Dunyasi, HD Iskender, Kofteci Ramiz, Modo, Ozsut, Hacioglu) Discussion questions written on WB: "Which one of these places do you like the best?" What do you like to eat there?" Instructions: "Discuss in pairs." ICQ: Do you need a pen and paper to do this? No. FB: Call on individual Ss -- Raisen, which is your favorite restaurant/cafe? Why?
Listen to 1.22 Instructions: While listening, put in order (while chesting). ICQ: Are you going to listen, and then do the HO? No. (Do at the same time). FB: In pairs, check your answers. One person read for the waiter, one person read for the customers. -While monitoring, T will listen for common mistakes/confusion.
Restaurant image slide WB: Write some phrases for interactive activity Waiter - [Can I get you something to drink/What can I get you/Would you like any dessert today] Customer - [Can I start with the.../I would like.../What do you recommend] Instructions: (Act it out) Give a student a menu-- "Hi, can I take your order?" "Customer (give menu HO), waiter/ress (give notes HO) FB: While monitoring, T will jot down incorrect language and write on WB. T will also elicit responses from individual Ss.
PPT Slide 2 [Which is the noun, which is the prepositional phrase?] I'd like the salad with the blue cheese, please. Let's go to the Italian restaurant in city center. The soup of the day is tomato with basil. Can we have two coffees with milk and sugar? CCQ: What is the form? [Noun/pronoun/gerund + Preposition = Prepositional Phrase] CCQ: What are some examples of prepositions? (with, in, to, without, on, at) T will address reason for prepositional phrases: "I want a salad" ...Which one? The salad with the blue cheese. (n) ________________ (prep. phrase) -- Now the waiter knows which salad I want. CCQ: Does the prepositional phrase tell us more about the noun? Yes.
HO (activity 1) Instructions: In pairs, do exercise one -- circle the noun, underline the prepositional phrase. ICQ: Are you doing exercise two? No. -T will monitor for time and errors FB: Answer key (blue)
Ho 1 (ex.2) Instructions: Now, work in pairs and do exercise 2. Put the words in order and make a sentence. ICQ: Are you writing the sentences in the correct order? Yes. FB: Give 5 Ss colored sentence fragments to stick on the board in the proper order. -T will correct errors... (Do we all agree with number 2?)
Group Mingle: Find someone who... Instructions: (Chest handout) Find someone who... and write their name here. ICQ: Are we only writing one person's name? No. FB: If time, T will elicit responses from Ss.