1. Topic-
Ordering in a Restaurant
2. Content-
There are basic questions and words one can use when ordering food or drinks at an English speaking Restaurant.
The server will normally ask "What would you like?"
The person ordering should stick to using the phrase "I'd like..." when ordering.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Have the student be able to order in English.
2. Have the student know basic food vocabulary.
3. Have the student know how to interact with a server.
4. Objectives-
1.Have the students be able to role play and order effectively in English.
2. The students should feel confident in ordering.
5. Materials and Aids-
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Explain the goal of the class.
2. Introduce the basic food and beverage vocabulary and have the students repeat the words.
2. Introduce common phrases used in a restaurant and have the students repeat the phrases.

B. Development-

1. Show a short video of two people at a restaurant ordering.
2. Give the students a document where they read a sentence and choose the right word to put in the sentence.

C. Practice-

1. Have the students practice with each other for 10 minutes and create a role play situation where one is the server and the other is the person ordering.
2. Have the students perform the role play to the class.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Have the students write the role play they had just done for understanding.
2. Have the students write down the phrases and words they have learned during the class.

E. Checking for understanding-

1. The teacher is to be the server and ask the students what they would like to order and follow up questions.

F. Closure-

1. Teacher to ask if anyone has any questions and to clarify any misunderstandings.
7. Evaluation-
1. Teacher to grade the role playing and the documents done in class on a 1-10 scale.

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