This is a simple brainstorming chart to help students come up with adjectives to describe food. There are three columns with common phrases used to describe food dishes, such as "It's sweet". Students can then brainstorm other adjectives to fit in each phrase. It also comes with some suggested answers.
There are a lot of ways to use this kind of chart:
* Have students fill the chart out themselves or in groups.
* Do a class-wide brainstorm with students shouting out answers.
* Put the chart up on the board and have students take turns putting up words.
* Cut up the suggested answers into cards and have students figure
out where each card goes. This could be done in groups or putting the chart up on the board.
* Name a dish and have students try to come up with three adjectives for it, one matching each column.
* For lower level students, this makes a nice note-taking device while you present and teach adjectives.
To cover the same vocabulary but in a cloze activity, check out my Food Adjective Cloze Worksheet
I use both of them as part of my longer Food lesson plan (which I usually pull out around Thanksgiving).