Elementary, A1 level
To provide practice of language used for ordering in the context of food and drink
To provide accuracy speaking practice in a ordering in the context of food and drink
Procedure (31-47 minutes)
Greeting ss, holding up my Starbucks cup to start a warm-up conversation. -Do you know this? (Showing the logo on the cup) -Have you ever been there?
Showing the video. ICQ: -Watch the video, try to remember how many people there are, where they are, what they are doing. CCQ for the 1st watching: -Are there 2 people or 3 people? Are there any customers? -Are there at school or in a coffee shop? -Is the customer singing or ordering? -What does the first customer order? How much does it cost? -What does the second customer order? How much does it cost? There could be more questions about the manner of the cashier and the customers. -Is it ok to treat customers like the cashier girl does? Why is your answer yes or no?
Passing handouts around about ordering. ICQ: -Look at the handouts. There are gaps in the sentences. Use one word to complete them. Peer-check after they finish. Group check.
Ss work in pair&match the statements with phrases on the gap-fill handout. ICQ: Work in pairs & match these statements with phrases on the gap-fill handout. CCQs: -What does the customer say? What does the waiter/cashier say? -Would you like a cappucino? (Who says that?)
Drilling activity about the key phrases: ICQ: -Watch the video then repeat. Key phrases on the handout: -Hello, I'd like a coffee please. -Would you like a capuccino?....
Handing out the Starbucks menus. Pair work. Asking the students to practice with menus. ICQ: -One of the students is the customer the other one is the cashier. You use key phrases and the Starbucks menu to make your own dialogue.