[PDF/PPT] Megapack: Eating Out

This product combines English Language Arts, ESL, ELL, at the Restaurant, at the cafe, at the bar, servers, waiters/waitresses, English for customer service, food, problems at the restaurants, making a reservation, choosing a restaurant, vocabulary, Functional Language, Role-Plays, debates, speaking, and projects in one lesson. It's excellent for food and restaurant-themed classes, especially for teenagers and adults.

Kaya

1/18/2024

This product combines English Language Arts, ESL, ELL, at the Restaurant, at the cafe, at the bar, servers, waiters/waitresses, English for customer service, food, problems at the restaurants, making a reservation, choosing a restaurant, vocabulary, Functional Language, Role-Plays, debates, speaking, and projects in one lesson.

It's excellent for food and restaurant-themed classes, especially for teenagers and adults.

What is it?

  • a collection of multiple activities related to the Food Industry

  • speaking, speaking, speaking

  • vocabulary

  • functional grammar

  • functional language

  • real-life content

  • for teenagers and adults

  • PDF and PowerPoint

  • digital and printable

  • ESL levels: B1-C1

  • easily adaptable

  • need something easier and more structured?

What's included?

  • 16 (!!) pages full of various activities - dozens of vocabulary tasks, role-plays, debates, and dialogues

  • a fully animated PowerPoint presentation (same content - some elements are not editable!)

  • beautifully designed

    • minimalistic but fun and print-friendly

  • in both A4 and US letter formats

  • the key is included

Can be used as:

  • warm-ups

  • stand-alone activities

  • supplementary materials

  • homework

  • writing prompts

  • role-plays

  • oral practise

  • assignments

  • quizzes/ tests

  • ... and whatever else works for you!

create your own unique lessons by using different activities

  • cut, match, adapt, and teach

Aims:

  • to improve communication by discussing various topics related to eating out, working at the cafe/restaurant/bar, travelling, ordering food, complaining, and more!!

  • to improve thematic vocabulary skills

  • to practise functional language and phrases

  • to practise polite questions

  • to practise debating, giving opinions, agreeing and disagreeing

  • to practise real-life situations

  • PLEASE REMEMBER:

  • these activities are not for beginners. If you're looking for a lesson plan to introduce the topic to your students you can find a "At the Restaurant" lesson plan for pre-intermediate and intermediate ESL students HERE ->

  • to give you a choice some activities are easier and some are more challenging: adapt them to your lessons and your students' levels

  • this product might include controversial topics, please read the role-plays and debates to choose the most suitable tasks for your lessons

Restaurant English Ordering Food Debates Vocabulary Dialogues Speaking ESL