Functional Language: Eating at a restaurant or getting a takeaway
To provide functional language practise related to eating out and ordering in.
To build upon ss existing vocabulary, theme: food & eating.
Procedure (26-35 minutes)
show pizza (not yet) greet students / casual chitchat / usher them to their seats
(A) (B) - pointing WB & eliciting - CCQ - What's this? A & B students will hopefully introduce pizza, if not I will. Are you hungry? do you like pizza? hands up if you like pizza? hands up if you don't like pizza? Do you want pizza now? - OK but first... what do you like on your pizza? what do you not like on your pizza? Do you want pizza now? - OK but first... what food do you love? what food do you hate? Where do you eat pizza? Do you want pizza now? - OK but first... ss - wb (ss make sentences with food (ss - wb)) - (phonetics & linking (t - wb))
Everyone stand up, A & B ss selection Fill the gaps (task1) PW (A & B) (stronger students B) (weaker students A) Do you want pizza now? - Hand out pizza Swap pairs for marking (still A&B formation) PPT audio with visuals slide with words & phonetics Practise (speaking & listening) mingle exercise - multiple partners (with HO) mingle exercise - multiple partners (without HO) listen and repeat again
look at menu, ( fill in the gaps (GW) (HOs)
This task is all about the ss experimenting with the language. They need to become more confident with their speaking. task demonstrated between a strong ss and the t. T encourages free use of the language and a fun atmosphere. The focus is on speaking and listening: receptive