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The culinary teacher play #Table manners# Mrs Sawsen Abid

Posted on January 23 2018, 21:48pm

Categories: #Spotlight on English Tunisia

 

Scene 1

(At home, the mum is getting ready to leave for work.)

Mum: Hey kids, dinner time, come here! Around the table, come on.

Mary: Oh! Where’s dinner?

Mum: You will be served in a second, but I have a surprise for you dears…

Adam: Oh! Thanks mum, we know you love us, a special delivery?

Mum: Aahhaaa, yes, a very special one. Mr Culinary, step in please.

Mr Culinary: Hello everyone!!

All children: Hello Mr Culinary.

Mum: I hired you a new teacher to teach you good table manners because I’m sooo busy and I’m done with you, so welcome him again and try to follow his instructions.

Mary: Ooooh, what!

Adam: A teacher? At home?

Aly: Hhaah, lessons at school, and others at home?

Adam: Shall we have exams at the end of the term?

Mum: Ok, kids stop kidding, and start working. I gotta go now, or I will be late for my interview.Bye.

Mary: Oh, wait mum, but we’re good kids aren’t we?

Scene 2

(Mum is gone leaving the teacher there to start his lessons.)

Mr Culinary: Ok kids let’s start our first lesson. You’re grown up now, so you have to help mum to set the table. Let’s do it.

Adam: Yes, but you forgot to wash your hands I think!

Mr Culinary: Oooh, sure, very good boy,

Aly: Both before and after meals.

Mr Culinary: Aaaah yes, excellent.

Scene3:

Everyone is sitting still, no one started eating

Mary: Yes, can we start please?

Mr Culinary: Now before you start, it’s time for questions:

What should you say if you walk in front of someone?

Mary: You say “Excuse me”
Mr Culinary: Great! When you ask for something you say…..

Aly: Always say “Please”
Mr Culinary: Good, When you receive something you say….

Adam: “Thank You”

Mr Culinary: Great! Where do you put your napkins?

Mary: On our laps.

Mr Culinary: Oooh very good! Why do you use them?

Aly: To wipe our mouth.

Mr Culinary: Well done, let’s start… what are you waiting for?

Mary: We’re waiting for an older person to start, it’s you what’re you waiting for?

Mr Culinary: Oh, yes, I will…. My phone is ringing; hello, how are you Jane?

Aly: Hey, no mobiles on the table.

Mr Culinary: Oh sorry, I’ll start with the spaghetti; I’m not keen on the salad.

Mary: Oh! But you have to take a bit of every dish even if you don’t like it.

Mr Culinary: Ahha ok, I will. (Grimaces with munching and stretching to get the salad)

Adam: Hey, Chew with your mouth closed, please.

Mr Culinary: Oh sorry again! Ok.

Mary: And sit properly, and bring the food to your mouth not your mouth to the food! And ask someone to pass the food, rather than reach across the table

Mr Culinary: Oh! I forgot that (with a full mouth)

Mary: Don't talk with your mouth full!

Mr Culinary: Ok, I’ll remember that.(licking his fingers)

Aly: Don't eat with or lick your fingers.

Mr Culinary: Oh! You’re really good mannered! You’ve passed the test. I don’t think you need any teacher. I’ll tell this to your mum.Good bye!

Scene 4:

(The teacher is gone, leavng the children happy to be alone at home.

All the children: Ok, thanks, good bye!

Adam: I can go back and enjoy my video game.

Mary: And I will make myself a sandwich.

Ahmed: Could you bring me a slice of pizza and a coke, too.

Mary: Yes, sure.

Scene 5:

 Mum is back home.
Mum: Why is the table still set? Where is the teacher?

The children: He told us we’re great kids, we needn’t any teacher, and we just need a loving mum.

 

Scene3:

Everyone is sitting still, no one started eating

Mary: Yes, can we start please?

Mr Culinary: Now before you start, it’s time for questions:

What should you say if you walk in front of someone?

Mary: You say “Excuse me”
Mr Culinary: Great! When you ask for something you say…..

Aly: Always say “Please”
Mr Culinary: Good, When you receive something you say….

Adam: “Thank You”

Mr Culinary: Great! Where do you put your napkins?

Mary: On our laps.

Mr Culinary: Oooh very good! Why do you use them?

Aly: To wipe our mouth.

Mr Culinary: Well done, let’s start… what are you waiting for?

Mary: We’re waiting for an older person to start, it’s you what’re you waiting for?

Mr Culinary: Oh, yes, I will…. My phone is ringing; hello, how are you Jane?

Aly: Hey, no mobiles on the table.

Mr Culinary: Oh sorry, I’ll start with the spaghetti; I’m not keen on the salad.

Mary: Oh! But you have to take a bit of every dish even if you don’t like it.

Mr Culinary: Ahha ok, I will. (Grimaces with munching and stretching to get the salad)

Adam: Hey, Chew with your mouth closed, please.

Mr Culinary: Oh sorry again! Ok.

Mary: And sit properly, and bring the food to your mouth not your mouth to the food! And ask someone to pass the food, rather than reach across the table

Mr Culinary: Oh! I forgot that (with a full mouth)

Mary: Don't talk with your mouth full!

Mr Culinary: Ok, I’ll remember that.(licking his fingers)

Aly: Don't eat with or lick your fingers.

Mr Culinary: Oh! You’re really good mannered! You’ve passed the test. I don’t think you need any teacher. I’ll tell this to your mum.Good bye!

Scene 4:

(The teacher is gone, leavng the children happy to be alone at home.

All the children: Ok, thanks, good bye!

Adam: I can go back and enjoy my video game.

Mary: And I will make myself a sandwich.

Ahmed: Could you bring me a slice of pizza and a coke, too.

Mary: Yes, sure.

Scene 5:

 Mum is back home.
Mum: Why is the table still set? Where is the teacher?

The children: He told us we’re great kids, we needn’t any teacher, and we just need a loving mum.

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