Snack facts - recording vocabulary

This lesson is for teenagers or young adults with a language level of A2-B2 and focuses on  improving vocabulary around the topic of snacks.

 

Introduction: In this engaging series of activities, which use four short texts about 'snack culture', students will discuss different ways of recording vocabulary. They will learn how to notice patterns in vocabulary and how to speculate about the meaning of new vocabulary based on suffixes and word-building patterns. If you have internet access, your students will also have an opportunity to use the British Council's LearnEnglish Teens website.

Topic: Snack food, eating habits

Aims:

  • To develop students’ awareness of vocabulary features (chunks, suffixes, etc.)
  • To help students discover some ways to record vocabulary
  • To encourage students to keep a record of new vocabulary
  • To encourage students to work together on a collaborative task.

Age: Teenagers and young adults

Level: A2-B2

Time: 60 minutes +

Materials:

  1. Lesson plan
  2. Student worksheets
  3. Either internet access to the Snack facts text on LearnEnglish Teens or the Snack facts original texts (A, B, C and D) if no internet access.
  4. Dictionaries
Language Level

Comments

Submitted by Laura Lolly on Thu, 02/18/2016 - 22:49

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For some reason I can't download the lesson plan. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Please let me know thanks. :)

Hi Laura I couldn't download it either so I've removed it and re uploaded it. It should work now. Please let me know if it doesn't work for you. Thanks for letting us know. Del

Submitted by Cath McLellan on Tue, 04/18/2017 - 13:52

In reply to by Cin Rmz

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Hi There is no audio element for this lesson. If you look at the lesson plan there is a text that students have to read, but no listening involved. Thanks, Cath TE Team

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