Have your students role play their speaking for ten different restaurant visual situations that are part of a restaurant story. Your students, in pairs, become the people in this restaurant story. They interact with each other in the target language; they react, question, elaborate, disagree, contrast, complain, or persuade in each of the ten frames. Since the role play is based on visuals, not words, this role play can be used in any modern language such as Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Student speak spontaneously.
Group setting: Groups of 3-4 (All students participate at the same time.)
K-12 Subject: Modern Language / Foreign Language / World Language / Second Language / ESL
Grade Level(s): 10, 11, Honors, AP, College
Advanced students can ask or answer or respond with more complex information.
This restaurant role play contains six more spontaneous speaking exercises.
Assessment: In each of the ten frame recording boxes, students record a question mark (?) each time they ask a question and a slash (/) for each time they make a statement.