to develop the learners speaking skills using a dialogue within the context of restaurants and cafes
to provide the learners with various speaking practices in the context of ordering food
Procedure (32-55 minutes)
The teacher prepares the context with a picture and by asking the students about what they ate today? The students will talk about which restaurants do they usually go? with whom? where? why? what they usually order? Provide examples of food and drinks and info about prices. They will work in pairs and take order to speak.
students will see a photo that contains a customer, an assistant and food. The teacher tries to elicit the context and what the picture is about through CCQ's such as, ''Who are these people'' ''What are they doing? ''Who is ordering? What is the man doing? After a quick brainstorm, different parts of the dialoque will be hanged on the wall and the students will try to predict which sentence belongs to which person. FB will be done with the WC.
Students will be exposed to a dialogue through listening. The students will be exposed to the pronunciation certain words and the intonational patterns of the sentences and the steps of ordering food in restaurants and cafe's. After clarification students will listen again
students will do a fill the gap exercise of certain food and drinks. Students will work in pairs. The teacher will provide an answer key.
The class will be divided into two, yet the students will work in pairs. The two parts will have different customers with different answers. The students will exchange turns as customer and assistant. After that, they will exchange worksheets and exchange turns as well.
Students will work on the same exercise, but this time they will cover the customer section and turns. Students will change their partner
The students will stand up, generate the dialogue without looking at the text and exchange turns. The students will work in pairs.