Meal Taking Culture Comparison | Mexico | Food Unit

Meal Taking Culture Comparison | Mexico | Food Unit
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This worksheet is designed to be used as a pre-learning and post-learning activity in a quick cultural lesson about meal taking in Mexico. To begin, have students complete the left column with answers about what dinner is like in their home. Vocabulary includes family members, time, and food.

After writing their thoughts and then orally reviewing answers as a class (all in Spanish!), the teacher then presents information about what mealtime in Mexico looks like. This can be done with very basic vocabulary all in Spanish, especially after learning common food vocabulary and wit the support of photos.

After the mini-lecture, students complete the right column of the worksheet to answer questions about a typical meal in Mexico. This can be done in class or for homework; oral review to check answers is encouraged.

Note that this is presented as a word file so you can adjust the country or questions as needed. Feel free to repeat the activity for various locations, for breakfast and lunch, etc.
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