Eating and cooking

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LESSON SET OVERVIEW

With this lesson set, your students will:

  • learn vocabulary related to food and eating,
  • watch a street interview and an ad,
  • talk about different cuisines and cooking.

In the first lesson, students discuss different food and cuisines while learning food-related vocabulary. In the second lesson, students talk about their attitude towards cooking, their experience and about being a chef using the vocabulary from the first lesson.

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Each lesson in the set is also a standalone lesson.

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Lesson 1

Talk to your students about food
talking about food
Standard Lesson 60 min Unlimited Plan

The best food is in…

Lifestyle

Students learn vocabulary related to food and eating (e.g. ingredient, cuisine, street food), watch a street interview and talk about different cuisines and their favourite dishes.

Lesson 2

Talk to your students about cooking
Speaking Class 45 min / 60 min Unlimited Plan

How well can you cook?

General

In this Speaking Class lesson, students share their cooking experience, comment on different kitchen tasks, talk about being a chef or a restaurateur, and say how important cooking is for them. Encourage students to use food-related vocabulary throughout the lesson.

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