Access the face-to-face and online teaching versions of this lesson plan exploring the theme of chocolate.

Introduction

In the UK the average person eats a total of 14 kilograms of confectionery each year. A big part of that quota is chocolate!

If you are a big chocolate fan it may be one of the things you’re really missing by living abroad, or you may have discovered some new types of chocolate in your host country. This could be a nice way to start off this lesson about chocolate. You could also tie in some of these activities to a lesson about Easter. Chocolate Easter eggs are a part of the Easter celebrations for most British people. In the lesson, students list their favourite sweet and savoury food, take a quiz about chocoholics, do a simple reading task and a fun recipe dictation. Finally, they will invent their own new chocolate bar.

Aims:

  • To learn vocabulary related to chocolate and baking
  • To practise speaking skills
  • To develop listening skills
  • To design a new chocolate bar

Age group:

Teenagers and adults

Level:

CEF Level A2 – B1

Time:

60 minutes

Materials: 

The lesson plans and classroom material can be downloaded in PDF format below

Important: Please read

To support teachers having to work online during the COVID-19 pandemic, this lesson has been adapted for teachers providing online classes. The lesson notes are specifically for online lessons and the class materials have been made available as a PowerPoint.

Included in the teachers' notes, there is guidance and advice for what teachers need to know and do before and at the beginning of an online class. Please read the lesson instructions carefully before using them. They are for guidance only, and designed to be used with the most common online platforms. You may need to adapt the lesson to the format and online platform you are working with.

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Comments

Submitted by annap54 on Thu, 05/28/2020 - 09:31

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Is there any way the materials for online use can easily be converted back to PowerPoint?

These are excellent materials as are the other lessons that have been repurposed for online use. Thank you.

Hi

Thanks for the feedback and glad that you are finding our online teaching material useful. We have uploaded PDFS instead of Powerpoints to make the material as accessible as possible for all our users.

You might be able to use a converter to change them into Powerpoint depending on the operating system your are using if that's easier for you.

Hope that helps,

Cath

TE Team 

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