posted by rahila .
Plan a straight line ESA lesson for a language level of your choice, to cover vocabulary connected with the topic of food:
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In the engage stage teacher could have discussion with the students regarding their favorite foods and the reasons for their likeness. What they like to eat in breakfast, lunch or dinner? Some students may say that they like to take tea or coffee with bread. Some may say that they like to drink apple or orange juice in breakfast. Some may say they like to eat beef burger, French fries, beef, pizza etc in lunch. The teacher could also show the pictures of fruits and vegetables, if the students don't know the names of them in English e.g. raspberry, cherry, melon, Cucumber, mushroom, Tomato, garlic etc.