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Food Adjective Cloze Worksheet

Walton Burns
Grade Levels
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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This is a simple worksheet I created to help students learn or review adjectives to describe food such as sweet, sour, roasted, grilled and so on.

I have two versions: one with a word box and one without depending on the level of your students. There is also an Answer Key for both, although if you give your students the open version without a word box, there may be more than one answer that fits in some cases.

Depending on the level of your students, and your aims, you can use this in several ways:

* Have students fill the worksheet out themselves or in groups.

* Go over it as a class. This is particularly good if this vocabulary is likely to be new.

* Put the worksheet up on the board and have students take turns writing in answers.

* Cut up the word boxes into cards and have students figure out where each one goes. This could be done in groups or putting the worksheet up on the board.

To cover the same vocabulary as a chart, check out my Food Adjectives Chart.

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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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