Reading to identify T/F statements
Practicing the informal vocabulary from the text
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
T asks the students about their favorite dish as a child. T then asks what food they didn't like.
T asks the students to form new groups with the directions of T. T then tells that there will be a matching exercise between word cut-ups and pictures. T gives them 2 minutes to match. T distributes cut-ups of the words that the students will probably be unfamiliar with. The Ss then stand up and mingle to check other groups' results without correcting them. T then shows each image and ask different Ss to tell the word that matches. ------ T shows handout1 and tells the Ss that they are going to read an article on Emma Bunton's memories of food. ICQs. Then T tells the students that by the photo of Emma Bunton(Baby Spice) there is a section for the words that the students may be unfamiliar with. After distributing the HOs, some CCQs: Who is she on the photo? - Baby Spice Do you remember any song from the Spice Girls in the 1990s? - Yes/No How does she look on the photo? - Happy and healthy. Tell me 2 special british food on these pictures? - Shepherd's pie and roast dinners What do you do when you are very hungry and there is a delicious food for dinner? - You dig in! -
T asks the students to have a quick reading session of the text and work in pairs to answer the questions on the top of the page. Ss read the text.
T shows the T/F exercices on the bottom of the HO. Ss will now take some time to read the text entirely. They will work in pairs to find which sentences are false and why.
T asks the Ss to work in pairs for this activity. T asks the students to think about the special family times. Then distributes a handout and tells that they have 4 mns to tell their partners about those times using the details in teh HO3(their favorite food and also how does these times make them feel now). T then starts an invisible ball game to let the chosen Ss tell about their food memories