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. Many of the worksheets on this page are to help teachers conduct role plays because they can be a lot of fun and are good for practicing dialogues similar to those students may encounter in real life.
This worksheet has six pairs of role-play cards
that students use to have mini-dialogues about particular issues. In class, you will need to cover all the necessary vocabulary and sentence structures that are required prior to starting this activity. For a short exercise, give each pair of students just two cards but for a longer one, give each pair of students all twelve cards and make sure they take turns being the customer. At the end of the activity, students can share the result of their conversation or model part of their conversation for the class. This might not be the best activity for your class so take a look at the other available worksheets before deciding which one to use.
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Restaurants and Cafes Worksheets
This power-point presentation can be used for teaching and modeling how to order food in the class. It contains some pictures and names of different food you can ask your students to change the co ...
This is a movie activity to work with vocabulary related to restaurant. It's very interesting when teaching about food.
There are 7 dialogs which you can use in class. You can have your students memorize them so they can learn which expressions are used while buying food, ordering breakfast, seeing a doctor, bookin ...
This worksheet is useful for reviewing things in the restaurant such as: fork, spoon, knife, plate, bowl, vinegar, wine, glass, napkin, etc. It contains some true false statements and also a conve ...
Listening comprehension exercise (taken from: http://www.passporttoenglish.com/Beginning-English/Lesson7/Listening.html and http://www.esl-lab.com/pie1/pierd1.htm) plus phrases to be complete ...
This is a worksheet based on EFL video, My Town Phrases 1. It includes a gap-filling activity and it is designed for elementary levels, particularly young learners. First, you can ask your student ...
I designed this game for my 10-year-old pupils for revising the topic "Food". The worksheet contains 4 Menu lists(as in a cafe) and a set of money banknotes to cut out. Arrange your pupils (the ga ...
This worksheet based on the movie (English Today, Track 8, beginner, 00:00- 03:00) which is about making some food. It contains some questions related to ordering favorite food. It is appropriate ...
This worksheet is used for learning how to order in cafe. It contains 2 activities, first students are going to unscramble a conversation between a waiter and a customer( at the end they can act o ...
This worksheet is appropriate for reviewing countable and uncountable nouns. There is an activity which ask students to make uncountable nouns countable. Moreover it includes an activity where stu ...
This ppt was designed for a conversation class. I got some ideas I had during classes and a huge contribution I got from one of the worksheets I found here on web site (@fatima.moimeme). Basically ...
This worksheet contains 2 exercises and a roleplaying game. It´s made for beginners, but could be also a good practice for elementary students. In the first exercise students review the pric ...
This NYC tipping guide is taken from the research of Waitbutwhy.com, original available here http://waitbutwhy.com/2014/04/everything-dont-know-tipping.html. I used the chart to start a discu ...
This is an elementary level worksheet I use with my adults learners. This particluar one has a look at countable and uncountable nouns; the use of some, any and a; the past simple tense of regular ...
This is a simple but funny activity I use with my intermediate students, but it can be adapted to almost all levels. There are 5 different prompts with some information about the character's likes ...
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