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FISH & CHIPS – cultural focus - Teacher BLOG - Wydawnictwo The Teacher

FISH & CHIPS – cultural focus - Teacher BLOG - Wydawnictwo The Teacher
Lesson based on a video Level(s): (B1/B2) Intermediate/Upper-Intermediate Aimed at: Teenagers/young adults/adults Aims: Listening for specific information/ Speaking Materials: Dictionaries/Worksheet 1/ video: Time: +/- 1h Have the students work in pairs and answer the following questions (you read out the questions and give them 1 minute to discuss it with their partner): What´s your favourite food? Time +/- 10 minutes At this point, students will most likely have mentioned FISH AND CHIPS as one of the most famous British dishes. Time +/-10 minutes Play the video and ask the students to compare their answers. Have the students work in groups of three. (Remember to monitor closely at this stage and help out with the vocabulary!) Time: +/-15 minutes Have the groups present their dishes to the class. (Remember to make notes on the language used for the error correction stage!) Time: +/- 10 minutes Feedback and error correction. Worksheet 1 What are the main fish & chips competitors in Britain? 3.

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