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Order a Pizza

 

SUBMITTED BY: Ashton Simmonds

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EDITED BY:まだ

GRAMMAR: Polite Language

EXAMPLE: I would like a pizza with three pieces of cheese.

DATE ADDED: Oct 10, 2010

 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students learn how to order a pizza and the names of some popular toppings. They also learn how to ask for things using 'pieces'. 

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. First, start by going over the different toppings with the students and having them write the names of them on the line provided next to their English counterparts.
  2. Then, have students write the names of toppings they would like on their pizza in the blank circle, making sure they write the English words. Encourage students to write many toppings. Don't tell them what comes next so they are more inclined to write lots of words.
  3. Encourage them to decorate the pizza, color it in etc. Possibly cut out the pizza?
  4. Practice the dialogue as a class, then split the class into pairs and have them practice.
  5. Pick the best pair to perform in front of the class, tell them to add new toppings to the list: whale. (just kidding)

 

VARIATIONS:

  • Teams can race to complete the activity.
  • The shop can make a mistake.
    • Did you say large?
    • No sorry, I said small.

 

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • If you have suggestions to make this activity better, please post them below.

 

TIPS/CAUTIONS:

  • I made this for page 35 of New Crown's third textbook.

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