Number one for English language teachers

Everyday life: Food

Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

In this lesson, students learn about countable and uncountable nouns and different types of food. 

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  • Hi there,

    Is there something wrong with my computer if I cant seem to access the resources when I click on the link?

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  • Hi Thomas,

    Many thanks for the lovely feedback. Great to hear you found this lesson so useful. We have another series which might interest you called Language for...

    All the lessons are based on the most commonly used words around a topic and have a focus on communicative activities with a functional output. You can see all the lessons in the series so far here:

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/vocabulary/macmillan-dictionary-resources/language-for/

    A new lesson in this series will be published on the first Tuesday of each month for the next 12 months.

    Hope you like them.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Great lesson, nicely formatted and presented, teacher/student friendly, with lots of differentiation possibilities. Grazie! : )

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  • Hi there,

    Thanks for the lovely feedback. Glad to hear you and your students liked the lesson.

    Buon appetito!
    The onestopenglish team

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  • My students and I really appreciated the "food" lesson....probably because we're Italians!! Thank you!!

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  • Thank you for your detailed lesson; great ideas!

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