Food Pictionary

From my old archive

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At The Grocery: Food Quantity

At The Grocery: Food quantity

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Couple of tasks on vocabulary recognition.

Task #01: Match the list of food with its corresponding paper-bag.

Task #02: Re-write the list Sara has to buy from the grocery.

Task #03: Tick the picture of food Sara is going to buy for her mom.

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In My Lunch Box

[ Vocabulary ]

Containers / Quantity

slice | piece | glass | can | bunch

Food

tomatoes | grapes | banana | cheese | bread | toast | jam

Drinks

water | milk | watermelon juice | strawberry juice | grape juice | banana juice | Lemonade

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[ Aim ]

Recognize food items and drinks with their respective containers and quantifiers.

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[ Objective ]

01. Reading a  list of food items and finding the respective picture from a set of other pictures that have some similar items.

02. Writing about the picture they found in a form of a paragraph without reference to the written list.

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[ Resources ]

A. Six pages with pictures. | B. Two pages of three lists.

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[ Teacher Instructions ]

-:{ Preparations before class }:-

01. Photocopy the six picture pages to cover your students ( 1 page /1 student).

02. Make corresponding copies of the lists.

03. Spread the pictures all over the class; on walls, cabinet, chairs, teacher’s desk.. etc.

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-:{ During the lesson – Reading Stage }:-

01. You may have a short revision of the necessary vocabulary; either by referring to a word-wall or asking students of what they had for breakfast reinforcing the use of quantity words.

02. Introduce the lists of food you prepared; telling them that those are their lunch and they have to find them.

03. Direct their attention to the pictures; they have to find their own picture.

04. Give them a few minutes to read their lists.

05. Let them move afterwords in the class and monitor them making sure they don’t grab any picture based on the first option they have in their list.

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-:{During the lesson –  Writing Stage }:-

01. Collect the lists and praise students’ performance.

02. Have a model picture similar to their picture on the board and some writing lines.

03. Elicit how you can start your paragraph describing what is in your lunch box. (You may give the first line if necessary “In my lunch box, there is…“).

04. Have some deliberate punctuation mistakes to demonstrate the editing step. Make the correction with another colour.

05. Give out the writing sheets

06. When the writing is done, students may cut the pictures and glue them on the writing sheet.

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[ Note ]

– The lesson was delivered in two  classes of 45 minutes with average EFL learners.

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The Foods I Eat: Quantity – 02

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.:. Interaction Pattern .:.

Individual

.:. Vocabulary .:.

 

Food & drinks:

lemonade – cheese – olives – bread – cake.

Amount / Containers:

glass – bowl – can – slice – piece – bottle – cup – jar.

.:. Language Skills .:.

Reading

.:. Objectives .:.

To identify the picture and choose the right sentence that represents it.

.:. Teacher’s instructions .:.

01- Copy page 1-6 as needed to cover the whole class. (page / student).
02- Revise the the vocabulary with students quickly.
03- Provide each student with a worksheet. (There are six different pages) So you can give each student a different page to eliminate copying for each other.
04- Ask them to read sentences provided for each picture and choose the one that represnts the picture.

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The Foods I Eat: Quantity – 01

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Reading and Writing

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– A (quantifier/container) of (Food item).
ex. A cup of milk

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– 2 different versions of the worksheet.
– 1 page for writing and gluing pictures + 1 page with pictures to be cut.
– scissors
– glues

~:| Teacher Instruction |:~

– You may explain to students that they have to finish the writing part first then start cutting and pasting pictures.
– When students finish, they can color the pictures.

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The Foods I Eat: Quantity [Phrase Building]

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– A (container/quantifier) of (food item).
ex. A bunch of bananas.

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01- Two sheets: One for writing and pasting + One for cutting pictures.
02- Scissors + glues

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