1 Types of food sorting worksheet (elementary icebreaker for teaching food)
This is a more advanced icebreaker or introductory activity for teaching about food and ingredients. Students have to sort the types of food by their flavor. This is an easy brainstorm activity that quickly engages students with the topic of food. Students sort foods into the appropriate categories.
This is a fun “Ordering in a Restaurant” gap fill speaking activity for an English language class. Students use the words in the box to complete the conversation. Then the students can practice the conversations, perform roleplays and/or write their own “Ordering in a Restaurant” dialogues.
Food and restaurant lessons provide topical material that can be used for dialogues and role plays. In addition, food-related topics are the easy to teach because there is a wealth of great visual material available to spice up lessons. Students use the words in the box to complete the conversation. They can then create their own “talking about food” conversation.
This is an English language exercise to help students prepare to work in a restaurant or just learn about common restaurant exchanges so they are prepared to travel abroad or eat out with English language speakers. Students attempt to complete the dialogues.
This is a fun way to start a class and introduce the language for talking about food and eating to English language learners. Dictate the vocabulary on Page 2 of the PDF and tell the students to find the appropriate picture and to write the expressions on the picture. Dictate the words randomly. Alternatively, if the students are quite weak scramble the words on the whiteboard. The exercise includes the food phrases and expressions below.
This is an English language exercise introducing basic food and eating vocabulary. It is a fun way to introduce the language and vocabulary for talking about food and eating to English language learners. Pictures help to stimulate students’s minds and engage their interest quickly.Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures.
This is a fun way to introduce the language and vocabulary for talking about food and eating to English language learners. Pictures help to stimulate students’ minds and engage their interest quickly. This English language exercise introduces basic cooking ingredients vocabulary. The teacher can dictate the words from Page 2 of the PDF in random order or give the students Page 3 and tell them to try to match the vocabulary for the ingredients to the pictures. The vocabulary included in this exercise is listed below.
This is another challenging exercise that can be used to review and assess students’ knowledge of the language and vocabulary for talking about food and eating. In this ESL speaking exercise students have to be able to talk about problems or complaints in a restaurant. First, students try to match the vocabulary at the bottom of the page to the pictures. They can then use that vocabulary to answer questions about the pictures. Vocabulary included in this exercise is listed below.
lipstick, glass, angry, man, bill, laughing, overcharge, service, expensive, teen, eating, restaurant, menu, spilling, mess, coffee, pizza, fly, soup, cigarette, smoke, shocking, coughing
This is an English language speaking exercise to help encourage students to practice common restaurant service conversations and exchanges. This kind of exercise encourages students to expand their vocabulary and improve their fluency.