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Warm Up


Work with a partner.
What kind of coffee do you like to drink?

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Conversation #1

Practice with a partner.

Scene: Tom is ordering at a coffee shop. Jenny Tom Jenny Tom Jenny Tom Jenny Good morning! Can I take your order? Yes. Could I have a caffé latte? Sure. What size would you like? Er…tall please. And I’llhave a chocolate muffin. OK. That’ll be $6.30 in total. Here’s $7. And here’s your change. You can pick up your order over there.

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Language Work

Cover the conversation. Can you unscramble these questions?

1) order your can take I? 2) a latte could have I caffé? 3) you size what like would?

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Language Check

Practice the conversation again, using the cues below.

Role PlayCard #1 • • • a caffé mocha (s) a slice of apple pie $7.00 • • •

Role Play Card #2 a caffé latte (s) & a cappuccino (t) a muffin $11.90 • • •

Role Play Card #3 an espresso (double) a caramel slice $6.90 • • •

Role Play Card #4 an iced coffee (g) a cinnamon roll $8.10

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Conversation #2
Jenny Tom Jenny Tom Jenny Tom Jenny

How well do you remember? Fill in the spaces.

Goodmorning! …………………………………………………? Yes. …………………………………. a caffé latte? Sure. …………………….………………………..? Er…tall please. And …………………..………….. chocolate muffin. OK. ……..……………… $6.30 ……..…………... ……………..……. $7. And ……..…….. your change. You can pick up your order over there.

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Speaking

Role-play witha partner.

Coffee Express Menu
Beverages Today’s Blend Iced Coffee Caffé Mocha Caffé Latte Cappuccino Espresso Tea Orange Juice S 3.40 3.40 3.50 3.50 3.60 3.10 2.40 T 4.00 4.00 4.10 4.10 4.20 3.50 3.10 G 4.60 4.60 4.70 4.70 4.80 3.00 (double) 3.90 3.60 Food Apple Pie Muffin Cinnamon Roll Caramel Slice 3.50 2.20 3.50 3.90

Chocolate Slice 3.90

2.40 (single)

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Use the menu aboveto help you order. Take turns playing the customer and barista. Try not to look at the worksheet dialogue when speaking.

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Discussion

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How often do you drink coffee? Do you drink at 'chain' coffee shops or cafés? Which ones do you go to, and why? Has coffee become more or less popular in your country recently? Do you drink coffee at home? Do you have any coffee-makingmachines at home? Your idea!

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Target Structure: Vocabulary: Level: Time: Preparation:

Theme Lesson: Ordering food and drink Restaurant / Coffee Shop Elementary 40 minutes None

Suggested Teaching Method With the recent spread of coffee shops in many cities around the world, this is atopic that many students will be able to relate to. There are many exercises to recycle the language used to order food and drinks.

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Give one worksheet to each student. They should ask the opening question to their partner. Elicit a couple of answers from the group. Don’t spend too long here: there are discussion questions at the end of the worksheet. Students should read theconversation in pairs, changing roles at the end. When the students read, encourage lots of intonation and eye contact. When finished, go through any vocabulary questions. The conversation should be covered for this exercise. Students can work alone, and then check in pairs. Students should first read the role-play cards. Check that the vocabulary / phrases are understood. Demonstrate with a confidentstudent, and then assign new pairs. Students need to substitute the underlined vocabulary in the conversation. They should practice all four conversations, and then change roles. Note: For Tom’s final line (when he pays), encourage students to choose a sensible amount. It isn’t written. Encourage the students to look up as much as possible, so that it is a speaking exercise.

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