TP 2 LESSON PLAN
To provide the language used for polite request in the context of shopping in some tourist places and ordering in restaurants.
To provide practice of the language of making request and saying prices through listening & speaking exercises.
Procedure (36-48 minutes)
- Divide ss in four groups of 3 - Hand out the cards of names of products they learnt in last lesson - Project the pictures of the stores on the board - Ask what people bought from each store - The groups will raise the correct item
- Tell ss they will listen to the audio (R1.10) and fill in the gaps with words from the conversations. - Hand out the activity to the ss and give them a second to have a look at it - Play the recording - Peer check and WGFB - Write 'Can/Could I have one of those batteries, please?' on the board - Ask the ss if you are asking for something or giving something (asking for something) - Ask the ss 'what's it called when I ask for something?' Try to elicit 'request' and write it on the board -Ask the ss what you request above
- Post two pictures on the board. One of both should be a sample for a polite person and the other one is a sample of an impolite person. - Demo with the class and model a question of the language using the pictures (with a friendly and polite intonation and then with the voice that sounds bored/rude) - Elicit from the ss which one is polite and which one is impolite - Write both words on the board under the pictures - Give instruction to listen to a recording (R1.11) and decide if the speakers are polite or impolite - Peer check and then nominate a S to write the answers (P for polite / I for impolite) on the board - Drill the polite (rising) intonation on some of the questions first chorally and then individually
- Project the pictures of the places on the board and focus ss on the pictures - Point at the picture 'souvenir shop' and tell them they will want to buy/request something from that place - Demo the activity with the class and ask a strong s to ask the question and you respond - Pair the ss and instruct to continue practicing
- Draw a menu on the board - Try to elicit ss the word 'price' - Tell them they will listen to a recording (R1.13) and they will circle the correct price they hear - Play the recording and pause after the first one to check they've circled correctly - Play the rest of the recording - Peer check and WGFB * See how well they've done with the pronunciation of 15 and 50 and 13 and 30. Focus on this in feedback if necessary.
- Instruct the ss to fill in the prices on the menu and pair them (1 min) - Hand out ss the material - Post a picture of a waiter and customer on the board and elicit the ss who they are, then write under the pictures - Tell them they are in a sandwich bar and choose which students are waiters and customers - Pair them with a new partner - Tell them the customers will ask for/request food and drink and ask their prices - To demo the activity to WC choose a strong S - Tell the class 'I`m the waiter and Bilge`s the customer' and play out the scenario with her to demo the activity as below: Waiter: Are you ready to order? Customer: Can I have a coffee, please? Waiter: Yes, that's one Euros fifty. Anything else? Customer: How much is a chicken sandwich? Waiter: It's two Euros fifty. Customer: Can I get one, please? Waiter: Sure, anything else? Customer: No, thank you.