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Go: JHS GrammarAt the Restaurant 

 

SUBMITTED BY: Andy Webster

 

EDITED BY: Natasha Anders

SITUATION: Restaurant 

EXAMPLE: What would you like for the main course?

DATE ADDED: Jul 3, 2009

 

Large Classes (16-39 Students)Ó

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10-30 min.

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students play the role of waiter or customer in a restaurant.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Teachers will hand out the worksheet and menu.
  2. JTE and ALT will demonstrate the dialogue and show students how to complete the worksheet.
  3. Students will repeat the dialogue in unison.
  4. Teachers will allocate two "waiters" in each team and give the group members a letter from a-d.
  5. Teachers ask Student A to wear the bow tie
  6. Teachers inform the students who the waiter an.d customer will be.
  7. Using the worksheet the waiter will take note of the order.
  8. When the "waiter" has finished taking the order the group will raise their hands and a new "waiter" will take his place.
  9. The previous "waiter" will hand over his bow tie to the new "waiter".
  10. Students take turns at being waiters and customers.

 

 TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • Have the "customers" order without consulting the menu.

 

 

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