Theme: gardening, growing your own food, finding food in the wild, guerrilla gardening
Lexical area: plants, food, gardens

This lesson offers a variety of activities based on growing or gathering your own food. Students will do a picture dictation to review vocabulary, read a text about different types of gardening and compare their opinions on these and then take part in a role play and decide who deserves an allotment. Students will also practise speaking skills in a discussion activity.

Aims:
• To learn vocabulary related to gardening
• To practise listening skills
• To practise reading skills
• To practise speaking skills

Age group: 12- adult

Level: B1 / B2

Time: 60 – 90 minutes

Materials: Green fingers student worksheet, role play cards and lesson plan

 

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