Tips? Who and how much?

Tipping is a part of American culture. Most of us know to leave a tip for hair stylists, waiters, massage therapists, pizza delivery people, and valet parking? But, what about other services, such as movers, hotel housekeepers, and take out food? What’s the standard? Who should we tip? Along with vocabulary and grammar in a lesson on tipping, you’ll also be sharing in American culture with your students. Take a look below for lesson plans and resources.

The information here is for teachers. Students can use the link on the Civics/Culture page at http://eslblogs.waketech.edu/esl-civics/2016/05/14/how-much-should-you-tip/

Lesson Plans and Resources for the Classroom

http://www.nc-net.info/ESL/Caldwell/Year_2/Lesson_Plans/CustomaryTip/customarytip-02.php

http://www.newsenglishlessons.com/0907/090712-tipping.html

http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=28735

Video with recommendations for tipping:  http://www.eslvideo.com/esl_video_quiz_high_intermediate.php?id=686

 

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