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Main Handout for Restaurant Lesson.

Main Handout for Restaurant Lesson.

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Published by Jonathon Frame
This handout is to teach some special school students (who have been removed from mainstream elementary/Junior High) but still quite capable, if shy, students some basic restaurant English.

In the previous lesson we looked at foods, with big photographs and drilled the words. The students were then able to be creative with some menu templates, choosing a style of eaterie and naming it, then building a menu for the place. They chose prices based on exchange rates written on the board, with their teacher's help (and a calculator!)

In this lesson we will review the foods from the flashcards, then play food bingo.

After playing food bingo, we will retrieve their menus and read the contents.

The teacher then has students attempt a match up of Japanese with some new English they may or may not know. The answers are checked and using flashcards written by hand, the basic phrases are taught and drilled.

"What would you like?"
"I would like OOO "
"Welcome to OOO "
"Here you are"

An example restaurant scene is played out with two teachers, using a student's menu for the added thrill(!)..

The conversation is written on the board in speech bubbles, coming from the two characters WAITER and CUSTOMER (using character cards provided). The layout on the board is very simple and short.

The conversation is also provided on the handout for later use.

The basic conversation is drilled many times from the version on the board.

The students then are given paper plates with a template pre-written

"I would like ______ and _____ "

That's (total cost).

Once they have written out an order, the teacher role plays the waiter with student the customer. Once the student is served their food and pays (with toy money brought in), then they are now waiters and can serve a friend.

Students can then take turns serving food and eating it.. This activity can be stretched out longer or be done in ten minutes or so. Teachers can join in since the English is simple and the students may enjoy being served food by their Japanese teacher!
This handout is to teach some special school students (who have been removed from mainstream elementary/Junior High) but still quite capable, if shy, students some basic restaurant English.

In the previous lesson we looked at foods, with big photographs and drilled the words. The students were then able to be creative with some menu templates, choosing a style of eaterie and naming it, then building a menu for the place. They chose prices based on exchange rates written on the board, with their teacher's help (and a calculator!)

In this lesson we will review the foods from the flashcards, then play food bingo.

After playing food bingo, we will retrieve their menus and read the contents.

The teacher then has students attempt a match up of Japanese with some new English they may or may not know. The answers are checked and using flashcards written by hand, the basic phrases are taught and drilled.

"What would you like?"
"I would like OOO "
"Welcome to OOO "
"Here you are"

An example restaurant scene is played out with two teachers, using a student's menu for the added thrill(!)..

The conversation is written on the board in speech bubbles, coming from the two characters WAITER and CUSTOMER (using character cards provided). The layout on the board is very simple and short.

The conversation is also provided on the handout for later use.

The basic conversation is drilled many times from the version on the board.

The students then are given paper plates with a template pre-written

"I would like ______ and _____ "

That's (total cost).

Once they have written out an order, the teacher role plays the waiter with student the customer. Once the student is served their food and pays (with toy money brought in), then they are now waiters and can serve a friend.

Students can then take turns serving food and eating it.. This activity can be stretched out longer or be done in ten minutes or so. Teachers can join in since the English is simple and the students may enjoy being served food by their Japanese teacher!

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Published by: Jonathon Frame on Dec 10, 2009
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My name is _______ _______. I am ____ years old.
At A Restaurant
First, let’s play
Food Bingo 
!!
Choose words from below, and write them in the Bingo squares!!SalmonBeefChickenPieCakeBanana SplitWineFruit JuiceCurryPizzaSpaghettiFruit SaladSushiJacket PotatoChicken BurgerHot DogGreen TeaTeaIce CreamTomato SoupHamburgerCheeseburgerDessertStarter
 
 
My name is _______ _______. I am ____ years old.
At A Restaurant
New Words!!
 
新しいたんご!
1 Match the phrases below!The bill
Restaurant
Welcome to ________.
What would you like?
I would like __________.
Here you go.
 
お会計どうぞ。OOOによこそう。レストラン何になさいますか?私はOOOにします。
 
My name is _______ _______. I am ____ years old.
At A Restaurant
1!
注文しよう!
店員
: Welcome to _______. What
would you like
?
: I
would like
the _______.
店員
: OK, the _______.
Would you like
a drink?
: No thanks/Yes please. I
would like
the _______.
店員
: OK.
Would you like
a dessert?
: No thanks/Yes please. I
would like
the _______.
店員
: OK.
!
いただきます!
- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- - - - - --
店員
: Here you go.
 
Enjoy!
: Thank you.
!
払おう!
 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --
:
手上げて
 
Excuse me.I
would like
the bill.
店員
: OK. Here you go.That is [__ pounds / __ dollars / __ yen] please.B: Here you go
店員
: Thank you very much.

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