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Which subjectFrench as second
What topiccommander dans un restaurant
What length (min)30
What age groupCollege
Class size20
What curriculum
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Lesson plan

Commander dans un restaurant

Objectives

Materials

Grade/Age Group

College/Secondary School (ages 14-18)

Subject

French as a Second Language

Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction/Review 5 - Review key vocabulary for food items and menu terms.
- Use flashcards and the whiteboard to reinforce vocabulary.
- Ask students what their favorite French dishes are.
2 Presentation: Exemplary Menu 5 - Show students an exemplary menu from a French restaurant.
- Ask students to identify key vocabulary words and menu items.
3 Vocabulary Practice 5 - Distribute handout with questions and vocabulary.
- Have students work alone to complete the handout.
- Go over the answers as a class.
4 Listening Exercise: Ordering Food 5 - Play a recording of a French speaker ordering food in a restaurant.
- Ask students to take notes on what they hear.
- Replay the recording as necessary.
- Ask students what they noticed about the speaker's tone and pace of speaking.
5 Speaking Practice: Ordering as a Group 5 - Divide students into groups of 4.
- Have each group create a dialogue in which they order food at a restaurant.
- Encourage use of newly acquired vocabulary.
- Have one member of each group perform the dialogue in front of the class.
- Check homework in silence without asking anyone to present in front of the class.
6 Review and Conclusion 5 - Ask students to reflect on what they learned in the lesson.
- Go over any points that need clarification.
- Remind students of the importance of practicing their French outside of class.
- End class by recommending online resources for further learning and practice.

Lesson script

Lesson script

Good morning class, today we will learn how to order food in a French restaurant. To start, let's review some key vocabulary words for food items and menu terms. Please grab your flashcards and let's practice! Can anyone name their favorite French dish?

Presentation: Exemplary Menu

Now, let's take a look at an exemplary menu from a French restaurant. Can you identify the key vocabulary words and menu items?

Vocabulary Practice

Please take out your handouts with questions and vocabulary. Work alone to complete the handout, and we will go over the answers as a class.

Listening Exercise: Ordering Food

Next, we will play a recording of a French speaker ordering food in a restaurant. Take notes on what you hear. We will replay the recording as necessary. What did you notice about the speaker's tone and pace?

Speaking Practice: Ordering as a Group

Let's divide into groups of 4. Work together to create a dialogue in which you order food at a restaurant. Aim to use the newly acquired vocabulary. One member of each group will perform their dialogue in front of the class. We will then check homework in silence without asking anyone to present in front of the class.

Review and Conclusion

Before we end the class, please reflect on what you learned in today's lesson. Are there any points that still require clarification? Remember to practice your French outside of class. Online resources are available for further learning and practice. Thank you everyone for participating today.