In this lab, students will practice expressing their likes and dislikes in reference to food. Students will also practice identifying ingredients in certain dishes.
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Students will practice discussing their preferences, how to defend and support their ideas. Students learn topics through a game of bingo and express how relevant certain ideas are over others.
In this activity, students will share their preferences based on likes and dislikes. Students will discuss their preferences on multiple different topics to include activities, food, clothing, items, etc, using complete sentences.
In this activity students will survey one another to determine how much their classmates like/dislike certain foods.
In this activity, students will take a fun quiz to find out what kind of traveler they are. This will allow students to understand how to describe interests and include words that associate with traveling.
Students will be talking in groups about things they like whether it be sports, food or other interests. They will also participate in a mini shopping experience where they will decide what gift they would like to buy for their partner (in class) and why. This gives the opportunity for students to understand their peer's interests and allows them to apply this new knowledge to a shopping experience.
In this activity, students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast U.S. and Japanese culture. Students will also explain what is typical at their university.