This is a great group project that will get students to incorporate everything that they learn during a food and restaurant unit. Students work in groups to create a sales pitch (Argumento de Venta). They have 10 minutes (change at your will) to present their concept for a restaurant to a group of judges (I use other teachers in the school who can understand this level of Spanish). They must include ideas for the style and decor, the place setting, uniforms, a menu, a chef, and one prepared specialty of the house for the judges to test. This is all explained to the judges in Spanish (I have allowed note cards, but try to get them to memorize or speak freely if they are able). This is a great way to have them use everything that they learn throughout a food unit, and it's a great alternative to skits. Included with the explanation and expectation sheet for students is a a sheet with useful phrases and vocabulary to use during the presentation as well as an in-depth rubric (in English) for the judges. Kids love this and look forward to it. It's lots of fun.