Ordering in a restaurant
By the end of the lesson, students will have been introduced to the meaning, pronunciation and form of how to order in a restaurant in the context of eating in a restaurant and been given opportunities for controlled written and freer oral practice.
By the end of the lesson, students will have developed their ability to listen for gist and specific information with particular reference to how to order in a restaurants.
Procedure (37-49 minutes)
Do you prefer eating at home or at a restaurant ? which cuisine do you always prefer?
I like eating in restaurants as they deliver delicious meals most of the time . When we enter, the waiter /waitress comes and asks us for our orders. What would you like to eat? would you like to have soup? what about desserts?
What would you like to have? what would you like to have for desserts? what would you like to drink?
the order form is used by the waiter or the waitress in a restaurant or even by the guest to order his meal . waiter / waitress what +would + subject +like + to +have? would + subject+ like +to+ have + (drink )? guest subject+ would to +have + ( food - drink)
students are asked to check together the way of ordering in a restaurant.
role-play through the lesson to check the concept of understanding how to order in a restaurant as a waiter or a guest.