That’s Conversation! Flavours is a delightful ten-page MiniEbook designed for engaging conversations in your upper-intermediate and advanced adult ESL classes (B1/B2/C1). This MiniEbook takes a flavourful journey into the realm of food and eating. It introduces the iconic English breakfast and explores the use of countable and uncountable nouns, providing valuable practice with quantifiers.
• 16 vibrant tasks to prompt your students to talk about their favourite cuisines, ingredients, and festive meals
• Practice using countable and uncountable nouns in the context of food and eating
• Opportunities to discuss different cultural perspectives on meals and celebrations
• Suggestions for further exploration through recommended readings and videos with direct links
• Stimulating topics for students’ own research, projects, or homework.
Is this MiniEbook for you?
That’s Conversation! Flavours is for you if…
• you are looking for conversation materials to spice up your adult ESL lessons.
• you want your students to learn how to talk about their food choices and share their preferences.
• you aim to enhance your students’ proficiency in using countable and uncountable nouns and quantifiers.
• you desire versatile resources for lively and meaningful conversation classes.
• you are in search of a versatile resource for stimulating and meaningful conversation classes.
• you teach adult learners eager to discuss food, cultural traditions, and festive occasions.
How to use That’s Conversation! Flavours?
• Download the MiniEbook for digital use in online classes or effortlessly print it for in-person sessions.
• You can introduce the lesson by having students watch suggested videos or read recommended articles before class.
• Refer to the Teacher’s Notes (Page 10) for additional resources, answers to select questions, and further suggested readings.
• When there is no solution to a task in Teacher’s Notes, it means that your students’ own ideas and viewpoints are be the best response.
• Maximise student talking time by giving your students time to process information, asking them to justify their reasoning, and prompting them with supplementary questions.