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Restaurant Role Play

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Submitted on: 06/28/2007 08:06:44 

Topic: Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Role Play, Group Work, Food
Level: Elementary, Intermediate,
Age: Teens, Adults,
Skill: Listening, Speaking,
Description:  
Students become familiarized with common restaurant scenarios like getting a table, ordering, being a waiter, and paying. They will learn pratical english for everyday use.
   
Objectives:  
Students will learn common phrases and questions used in restaurants. They will have the opportunity to role play in groups and actively practice their English skills.
   
Duration:
40-60 minutes
   
Materials:  
1.White board
2.Markers
   
Procedure:  
Start by introducing the topic and asking them what their favorite restaurants are and they favorite food from there. First, ask them for a list of things that happens when you go to a restaurant and write them on the board. For example:
Greeted and seated (smoking/non-smoking, number of people, kids/no kids, high chair/booster seat)
Order
Complaints (optional)
Paying

Then the teacher should number them in the order they normally happen. Then do an example role play (or several) with the teacher and a student in front of the class.Then do an example role play (or several) with the teacher and a student in front of the class.



Next split them in groups of three with these scenarios between a waiter and two friends eating dinner.
Level 1
1.Hi. My name is ___(Maria)___. I値l be your server waitress) today. Are you ready to order?
2. Yes. I値l have the chicken sandwich.
1. Would you like something to drink?
2. Yes. I値l have a diet coke.
1. And for you?
3. I would like a cheeseburger, without the tomatoes please.
1. And to drink?
3. A lemonade.
1. Thank you. I値l put your order in right now.


Level 2
1. Hi. My name is ___(Maria)___. I値l be your server (waitress) today. How are we doing today?
2&3 Good. Thank you.
1. Are you ready to order?
2. Yes. I値l have the chicken sandwich and a salad with ranch dressing.
1. Would you like something to drink?
2. Yes. I値l have a diet coke with no ice please.
1. And for you?
3. I would like a cheeseburger, without the tomatoes please and a side of fries.
1. And to drink?
3. A strawberry lemonade.
1. Thank you. I値l put your order in right now.


Level 3
1. Hi. My name is ___(Maria)___. I値l be your server (waitress) today. How are we doing today?
2&3 Good. Thank you.
1. Can I start you out with an appetizer?
2. Yes we値l start with some onion rings.
1. And to eat?
2. I値l have the chicken sandwich and a salad with ranch dressing. Can you please bring the dressing on the side?
1. Sure. Would you like something to drink?
2. Yes. I値l have a diet coke with no ice please.
1. And for you?
3. I would like a cheeseburger well done, without the tomatoes please and a side of fries.
1. And to drink?
3. I値l have strawberry lemonade.
1. Would you like to order dessert?
3. Yes. We are going to split the chocolate cake.
1. Thank you. I値l put your order in right now.


Lastly, talk about paying.
   
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