TP 7 Orderding in a restaurant
To provide gist listening practice using a text about Food, restaurant and cafe in the context of ordering
To provide fluency speaking practice in a conversation in the context of ordering food and drinks
Procedure (41-52 minutes)
Lead in with https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKU5mF585fc. A short video ad of a restaurant/cafe. The teacher will elicit some of the words like café, restaurant, food and certain meals in the video. Write some of the food on the WB and ask class whether they like them. And whether they would like some of them
-HO vocab sheet. Give students a minute individually then PW- WC FB Elicit some words and show with gestures Handout 1 to the students. -Give students time to read through the menu and ellicit some words for the dishes. - Tell students to work individually to write food/dishes on the menus then work in PW to look at their answers. Show the AK for menu on PP as well and drill the difficult pronunciations. -Ask students what they like or what they don't like. Take one or two and tell them to ask each other and write down what their partner likes. (this way review on third person -s he/she likes) - my partner likes (in PW) T posts pictures of people from the listening and elicit their names and nationalities. Ss discuss in groups of three what kind of food they will order. Feedback: Elicit a few ideas from students.
Ss listen to the recording and check their predictions from previous stage. Fb: check in pairs and WC elicit answers.
Handout 2 (transcription) and listen again, answer question in handout (naming the speakers). FB: check in groups of three, followed by WCFB
Get students to practice the conversation in groups of 2 (HO). Monitor during practice take notes and drill key sections of the conversations for pronunciation and connected speech (power point).
Roleplay Semi controlled practice: in groups of three. One waiter and two people who will order food at a restaurant give color roles. HO 3, give students time to fill gaps in their groups and their roles - look at your menus. Make them rehearse their roles. Get students to act out the conversation Freer practice: This time perfome roleplay without notes