Real Life Elementary Episode 3.

Episode 3:
In this episode, the whole family goes to a café. They
discuss what they are going to order but Jon finds it
difficult to choose what to eat. When the waiter comes to
take the order, Jon is finally able to make a decision. Dave
appears and is invited to join them but he has a previous
arrangement with friends. Anna’s attitude to Dave again
gives Mark the opportunity to make fun of her.

Functional language

Scenes 1, 2 and 3 Offering and ordering food and
drink; asking and saying prices

Before you watch

Elicit what happened in the previous episode. Ask
students how often they eat out. Where do they go?
What are their favourite cafés or restaurants?

Vocabulary to be pre-taught or checked

Choice hurry up a slice of smoothie sir/madam

Extra questions

Scene 1

What kinds of food are healthy?

Scene 2

What would you order?

Scene 3

What kinds of food do you think are ‘yummy’?

Real Life Elementary Episode 1.

In this episode, we are introduced to the Benton family. They are getting ready to go on holiday to Cornwall. We see them get in the car, check they have got everything and then head off to Cornwall. When they get there, they set up their tents at the campsite and we learn that the children, Mark and Anna, are not sharing a tent with their parents, Sally and John. Finally, while Mark and Anna are unpacking, Dave, the surfing instructor, comes over and introduces himself, much to Anna’s delight and Mark’s amusement.

Background information:

Stonehenge is a prehistoric set of large standing stones in the south-west of England. It is thought the stones were erected between 2500 and 3000 years BC. There are many theories on the purpose of Stonehenge but no one theory has ever been proved. Theories include it being a type of temple or place of healing. There is also no explanation about how the stones were erected.

Questions:

Scene 1

Describe what each character looks like.

Scene 2

Does a camping holiday look fun?

Scene 3

What things do you take on holiday?

New English File/ Elementary.


New English File/ Elementary.

Oxford – New English File Elementary Student’s Book (PDF+ CDs)

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