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Teaching about food is always fun. It’s even more fun with beginners! The question is where do we start? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level?
How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback?
This flexible resource will help you teach young adults and adults about food items, meals food habits and count-non count words. This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to ESL textbooks/material.
The resource contains a powerpoint with 29 slides with clear explanations at the bottom of each one of them to give you a step-by-step explanation about the progression of the lesson. The exercises are corrected to save you time!
The resource also contains an activity booklet for students with 12 pages so that they keep a record of their learning.
The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills.
You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class:
- A brainstorming with a shopping list as a starter
- A classification of items
- A reading about breakfast with a comprehension grid
- A matching up activity with breakfast items
- A grammar point about count - non count nouns
- A practice about the grammar point
- An introduction to quantifier words (box, can, bottle, tube…)
- A conversation with gaps and count/non-count/quantifiers nouns
- A ranking activity with likes, dislikes and opinions
- Vocabulary about other meals (lunch, snack, dinner)
- Further vocabulary matching up about fruit and vegetables
- A conversation with opinions in pairs
- 2 writing activities about food and favorite dishes.
- A review of objectives
I suggest you use the activity booklet that goes with it so that your students can keep a written track of their learning!