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Food: Sayings: Teaching Suggestions

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Copyright Liz Regan 2003

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N.B. In these notes ‘TT’ means ‘Teaching Tip’. These tips are written in plain, jargon-free English and are designed to help new teachers. They are available on TEFL.NET

12.

Monitor (TT10).

13.

Stop the activity (TT7).

14.

Get feedback (TT8).

15.

Do some error correction (TT11).

16.

Consolidate pronunciation (TT4).

Activity 2 (continued)

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Activity 3

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1.

Put the students into pairs (TT1).

  • 2.

    Get a student to read the instructions out loud (TT2) and check that they are clear (TT3).

  • 3.

    Get the students to complete the exercise with their partner, speaking together in English (TT5). Tell them to guess the answers if they aren’t sure (TT6).

  • 4.

    Stop the activity (TT7).

  • 5.

    Get the students to check their answers together in small groups (TT13).

  • 6.

    Get feedback (TT8). Answers Jam is made from fruit and sugar boiled together. We spread it on slices of bread to eat. Marmalade is jam made specifically from oranges, not usually other types of fruit. Chips and crisps are both made from potatoes. Chips are long sticks of potato, fried in oil. We eat them with just about anything but especially fish (the famous British ‘fish’n’chips’) and hamburgers. Chips are eaten hot. Crisps are thin slices of potato and are eaten as a snack between meals or with aperitifs before a meal. Crisps are bought in packets and are eaten cold.

  • 7.

    Check pronunciation (TT4).

Activity 4

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  • 1.

    Put the students into pairs or small groups (TT1).

  • 2.

    Get a student to read the instructions out loud (TT2) and check that they are clear (TT3).

  • 3.

    Let the students read the questions then deal with vocabulary queries (TT9).

  • 4.

    Give the students time to brainstorm vocabulary (TT15).

  • 5.

    Let the students begin their conversation, speaking together in English (TT5).

  • 6.

    Monitor (TT10).

  • 7.

    Stop the activity (TT7).

  • 8.

    Do some error correction (TT11).

  • 9.

    Consolidate pronunciation (TT4).

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