Please & thank you
By the end of the lesson, learners will have had speaking for fluency practice in the context of ordering food in a restaurant context.
To provide review and practice of functional language used for ordering food in the context of restaurant
To provide clarification and practice of meals in the context of ordering at a restaurant
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about ordering food in the context of a restaurant
Procedure (39-48 minutes)
PP start SS to watch video. Answer questions on PP slide PP slide with questions for video. Give lined paper to write down thoughts. "Sometimes going to a restaurant in a foreign country can be a confusing experience" Play Youtube clip Discuss in pairs. 2 minutes
PP slide SS given menu by maître d' (teacher) to look at and think about what they might like to order. SS to discuss in groups of no more than 3. 2 minutes. Teacher to elicit meal vocabulary. Do pronunciation and drill
PP slide SS will listen to a 1:00 min recording of "Liam and Maddy" ordering a meal at a restaurant and receive HO. On HO SS to mark who says what. Play recording for just two lines and ICQ: asking SS who is who. Then re-start recording. FB: In pairs, SS to swap HO and correct each other's work. PP slide: Answer on PP ------------- Put SS into groups of 3 Give SS prepared scripts to practice. One person is the waiter, the other two, Maddy and Liam. Just one read through Teacher observing for error correcton
PP slide Display HO Fill in blanks with words from boxes at the top. Instruct to work in pairs. 5 minutes FB: Give SS Answer Key HO (one per pair) to check in pairs. 2 minutes. Following this, elicit pronunciation and drill on WB. Use PP
PP slide Display HO Teacher puts SS into pairs: A-B. In pairs: SS role play waiter and customer, taking in turns both roles using script and menu. Person acting as waiter should write down order on order book HO. 10 minutes - 5 minutes each. Teacher to monitor for error correction -------------------- If they do exercise too quickly, use alternate backup script prompter. Change pairs.
With collected data from class, the teacher will provide any error correction and feedback.