Section Three: Question and Answer ~ Print Q and A: .docx /.doc

 

~ Match the questions with the answers below:

 

1) What kind of oven and/or stove do you have? What do you bake?

 

2) What utensils do you use when you make a big meal? To what end?

 

3) What cuisine would you like to learn to cook? Is there any reason?

 

4) What do you do when you want to learn a new recipe? Explain.

 

5) What food do you try to eat when you are on a diet? Why?

 

6) Do you ever have a dessert when you go out for coffee? What kind?

 

7) What is the difference between sautéing and stir frying?

 

~ Match the answers with the questions above:

 

A) I usually use the internet. There are thousands of good sites.

 

B) Almost the same. One uses a pan and the other usually uses a wok.

 

C) I have a turbo broiler. I bought it when I visited the Philippines.

 

D) I¡¯d like to know how to make Chinese. It¡¯s so diverse and open-minded.

 

E) Mostly spoons: big, small, stainless, wooden... and a sharp knife for everything

 

F) Yes, but only once in awhile. I like anything with chocolate.

 

G) It doesn¡¯t matter what, it only matters ¡°How much...¡±.

 

Now: In pairs, groups, or as a class, answer the questions above according to your own experience

 

Next: Make your own questions related to the topic, vocabulary, or structure presented

 

 

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TLW ~ Basic English ~ Vocabulary for Speaking

Vocabulary

Pre~Intermediate

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~ Contents ~ Vocabulary ~ Topic 5 ~ Cooking and Kitchen ~

Section One: Structure ~ Clauses using ¡°When¡± ~ Print (Sections 1 and 2): .docx /.doc

 

Form Reminder: Clauses are groups of words with a subject and verb.

a) Independent clauses are sentences: I have coffee.

b) Dependent clauses are not sentences: after I go shopping

c) They can be joined together in two ways:

1) I listen to music when I am cooking. (no comma)

2) When I am cooking, I listen to music. (comma)

d) You can make questions in the same way:

1) Do you listen to music when you are cooking? (no comma)

2) When you are cooking, do you listen to music? (comma)

 

Example questions:

 

1) Do you listen to music when you are cooking? What kind?

2) Do you use a recipe when you are making something? Where from?

3) What kind of snacks can you make when you are hungry? Describe.

4) What kind of food do you serve when you have guests? Describe.

5) What food is too difficult for you to cook? Why?

6) What food do you cook when you are blue?

7) What does your kitchen look like when you wake up/go to bed?

8) What snacks do you eat when you are hungry?

9) What does your mom¡¯s/friend¡¯s kitchen look like?

10) Where do you go when you want to escape your kitchen?

How to Make a Lesson ~ Procedures

                                          

1)   To begin with, as a class, in groups, or in pairs, look up, talk about, and introduce the structure

2)   Then, create new questions together using structure and vocabulary. Consult vocabulary list

3)   After that, as a class, in groups, or in pairs, match the questions and answers in the third section

4)   Next, select and answer any of the questions in your own way from your own experience

5)   Include as many students as possible and endeavor to create a discussion based on the Q and A

       (Challenge yourself by creating your own questions with the given vocabulary and structure)

Section Two: Vocabulary ~ Cooking and Kitchen ~

6) fruit(s)

7) meat

8) poultry

9) seafood

10) dessert

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