Copy of The forms of requests and offers-Face 2 Face
To provide the Ss practice the forms of request and offer in the context of a conversation between a waiter and customers.
Practice speaking for fluency and listening for details in the context of a conversation at a restaurant.
Procedure (30-47 minutes)
T will eat a piece of chocolate & offer the Ss and ask the if they would like to eat some. T'll elicit the answers from the Ss. " Would you like a piece of chocolate?" "Yes. I would like some." "No,thank you."
T shows the picture of the waiter and the customer. She elicits the meanings of these two new words.T ask Ss whether or not they like eating out and what they would like to eat?
T tells Ss that they'll listen to typical questions that a waiter asks in a restaurant. She gives the HOs and asks them to fill in the gaps wıth the words in the box. She plays the recording and Ss check their answers. T tells the Ss that they'll listen to a conversation between a waiter and a customer. She hands them out the text of the conversation & divides the class into two groups.She prepares two different version of HOs omitting the different parts of the speeches.She wants the groups to fill in the gaps.She plays the recording.After the Ss fill in the gaps.They listen to recording again,swap their papers and check their answers.Then T gives straps of speeches to the Ss and asks them to stick them on the W/B in order. (Feedback: Answer key)
T asks Ss to underline the request and offer sentences in the conversatıon. She elicits the sentences from the Ss and write them on the W/B. (Feedback : Eliciting the sentences)
T writes request and offer sentences on the W/B. T elicits the form of the modal sentences on board. What's this? Is this a verb? Request Can I have a bottle of water please ? I would like to have a sandwich. + noun +to+infinitive Offer What would you like to drink? Would you like a sandwich? +to+infinitive + noun
T drills the features of phonology and highlights accented words in the sentences. T do drilling with the chunks. Ss drills: 1-Would 2- Would you 3- Would you like 4- Would you like a coffee While they're drilling the sentences, t provides them to see where they will place the stress and to make the right intonation
T gives them the HOs and asks the to fill in the gaps in pairs.
T prepares a sample menu for the students. She divides the Ss into groups of three. One student plays the role of a waiter and the other two play the roles of customers.They practice the forms of request and offer. At the end a volunteer group make the role playing.