Soup: Yummy Recipe ESL Game

Soup: Yummy Recipe ESL Game

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Step # 1:  Have the students add their own ingredients or the food vocabulary you are currently studying to the 'add your own' page. Print, cut out, and laminate the ingredients (as well as the ingredients they have just made) into individual cards. Print them front to back, as they can double as flashcards (one side featuring the picture without the vocabulary word). Pre-teach these vocabulary ingredients to the students.
Step # 2:  Present the 'example recipe' page to the students. Go over a recipe yourself that fits within the example recipe parameters, then have the students come up with ingredients that fit within the recipe parameters, e.g. 'carrots' for 'vegetable', 'bacon' for 'meat' (you may also split the students into groups at this stage).
Step # 3: Have the students write out their recipe ingredients on the 'your recipe' page. Students may also glue/tape their ingredient cards on this 'your recipe' and/or the 'present your recipe' page. Have them write out a short description of their recipe on the 'present your recipe' page. If the students are beginners you may want to provide them with a speaking template for presenting their recipe as well.
Step # 4: Have students select their favorite, most interesting, most disgusting, or most creative recipes by way of a secret ballot!
Step # 1:  Have the students add their own ingredients or the food vocabulary you are currently studying to the 'add your own' page. Print, cut out, and laminate the ingredients (as well as the ingredients they have just made) into individual cards. Print them front to back, as they can double as flashcards (one side featuring the picture without the vocabulary word). Pre-teach these vocabulary ingredients to the students.
Step # 2:  Present the 'example recipe' page to the students. Go over a recipe yourself that fits within the example recipe parameters, then have the students come up with ingredients that fit within the recipe parameters, e.g. 'carrots' for 'vegetable', 'bacon' for 'meat' (you may also split the students into groups at this stage).
Step # 3: Have the students write out their recipe ingredients on the 'your recipe' page. Students may also glue/tape their ingredient cards on this 'your recipe' and/or the 'present your recipe' page. Have them write out a short description of their recipe on the 'present your recipe' page. If the students are beginners you may want to provide them with a speaking template for presenting their recipe as well.
Step # 4: Have students select their favorite, most interesting, most disgusting, or most creative recipes by way of a secret ballot!

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