Offering & Accepting or Refusing Food: something to drink, what would you like, here you are, can I have, too sour, too sweet, I’m hungry, yum, I want some, I really like
Mike and his mum are on a walk. Mike is hungry and mum realizes they skipped snack, so they go to the shop. Mum offers Mike some sweet apple, banana, orange and a fruit salad. But Mike wants a chocolate bar! They unexpectedly meet Boosty. Boosty has a sandwich for his snack.
What do you think Mike will finally buy for his snack? A chocolate bar or a nice sandwich with ham and some vegetable? What do you like for snack?
To check understanding of the main ideas in the video by asking multiple choice questions in sequence while watching the video.
Use the link: ACTIVITY 1 to start the video with the questions.
There are 5 questions embedded into the original video I am Hungry.
Each question pops up after the main scene.
Play with all learners together on an interactive whiteboard (you don’t need to have an Edpuzzle account).
Each learner notes down his/her answer to the question Check together.
Learners answer the questions either immediately while watching the video or the teacher can skip the answers and they check all together after watching.
Speaking activity to drill the grammar focus of the main phrases.
Play online game – Random cards
Online Game – Random Cards
Extra tip – Online Game
Practising and developing pronunciation of key language from the video focusing on the short and long vowel sounds. /ɪ/ versus / іː/ and /ʊ/ versus /uː/.
/ɪ/ as in ORANGE, SANDWICH, MILK, PICKLES, LETTUCE
/ іː/ as in CHEESE, SWEETS, PIZZA
/ʊ/ as in WOULD, LOOK
/uː/ as in FOOD, FRUIT, BOOSTY, BLUEBERRY
Group work speaking activity to drill the grammar focus of the main phrases:
To practice reading comprehension on the topic of food and practice speaking on the findings.