Get your students talking about food, cuisine, or eating out with these handy materials.
Communicative Language Activities: Food
This Communicative Language set contains two worksheets. You can use both, or just one as you please. Here are some ideas on how to use these handy resources!
- Use the vocabulary mind map to brainstorm vocabulary and phrases related to food.
- Print and give out a copy of the worksheet to each student.
- Ask students to work in pairs or groups and brainstorm phrases that fit into each section. Tell them that if they do not know a word or a phrase, they can pencil it in in their first language and you’ll go over them together as a class.
- If you want to speed up this stage, you can assign one section of the worksheet to each pair.
- Then, go over the vocabulary as a class.
What we ate last night
- Print and cut out at least two sets of the images. Remember to cut the pictures in half.
- Give each student a half of an image. Remind them not to show their photo to anyone else.
- Students mingle and tell each other what they ate last night based on the image.
- They go around until they find the match of who had the same food.
- When they find their pair, they sit down and discuss the dish / meal: Do they like the way it looks? Would they try it? Do they know places where they could eat a dish like this? Etc.
- Have a whole class feedback.
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