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Feeling Hungry
L3 - U7

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Unit Overview:

In “Feeling Hungry!” students embark on a delicious journey through the world of food. This unit introduces learners to various meals from appetizers to desserts, encompassing global cuisines. Through the exploration of different types of food, students will practice future tense, quantifiers, and complex sentence structures, enhancing their language skills. Engaging activities, combined with practical culinary knowledge, make this unit not only a treat for the taste buds but also a feast for the mind. Whether it’s discussing breakfast options or exploring international dishes, students will improve their English while developing a deeper appreciation for diverse culinary traditions.

  • Olives, Nachos, Spring Rolls, Cheese Sticks, Popcorn, Chips & Dip, Pretzels, Crackers
  • Cereal, Pancakes, Waffles, Toast & Eggs
  • Suitcase, Passport, Map, Tickets
  • Sandwich, Soup, Salad, Pizza
  • Apple, Banana, Cherry, Dates, Grapes, Kiwi, Mango, Strawberry
  • Carrots, Lettuce, Tomato, Cucumber, Pepper, Onion, Broccoli, Spinach
  • Pasta, Steak, Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Rice
  • Cake, Cookies, Ice Cream, Pie, Muffin, Pudding, Brownie, Donut
  • Sushi, Tacos, Curry, Paella, Baguette, Pad Thai, Kimchi

Simple Future Tense (will)

  • I will eat my spring rolls with sauce.
  • He will bring nachos to the picnic next week.
  • We will order spring rolls and cheese sticks later.
  • Tonight, I will watch a movie and eat popcorn.
  • They will play games and enjoy the day.

Future Questions (will)

  • Will you eat popcorn tonight?
  • Will you make waffles tomorrow morning?
  • Will they pack their suitcases for the trip?

Future Predictions (will)

  • I think it will be sunny on our vacation.
  • He will travel to Thailand this summer.

Future Plans (going to)

  • We are going to make a big fruit salad.
  • I am going to eat the strawberries while I pick them.
  • We are going to bake some desserts.
  • They are going to make a chocolate cake.

Complex Sentences

  • We’ll have tacos tonight because we love Mexican food.
  • I’ll try paella when I visit Spain.
  • If you like Indian spices, try curry.
  • She loves sushi because she likes Japanese culture.
  • Although it was raining, we enjoyed tacos outside.

Lesson 1: Appetizers

Great work exploring appetizers! You’ve learned about various starters like olives, nachos, and cheese sticks. Remember to practice using the simple future tense.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: olives, nachos, spring rolls, cheese sticks, popcorn, chips & dip, pretzels, crackers
  • Sentences: “I will eat olives before dinner.” / “We will serve cheese sticks at the party.”

Lesson 2: Breakfast Delights

Excellent job learning about breakfast foods! Keep practicing the names of different breakfast items and use future predictions to talk about your morning meals.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: cereal, pancakes, waffles, toast & eggs
  • Sentences: “Tomorrow morning, I will make pancakes.” / “We will have toast and eggs for breakfast.”

Lesson 3: Lunch Box

You did a fantastic job discussing lunch options! Focus on using quantifiers to talk about the amount and variety of food like sandwiches, soup, and pizza.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: sandwich, soup, salad, pizza
  • Sentences: “I want some soup for lunch.” / “Do you have any salad?”

Lesson 4: Fruit Basket

Well done learning about different fruits! Practice using ‘going to’ for future plans, especially when talking about eating or buying fruits.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: apple, banana, cherry, dates, grapes, kiwi, mango, strawberry
  • Sentences: “I am going to eat an apple.” / “We are going to buy mangoes.”

Lesson 5: Review Picnic

You’ve shown great understanding in reviewing the food topics covered so far. Keep practicing using the vocabulary and sentence structures from previous lessons.


Lesson 6: Vegetable Garden

Impressive work in exploring vegetables! Use quantifiers like ‘many’, ‘much’, and ‘a lot of’ to describe the amount in sentences.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: carrots, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, pepper, onion, broccoli, spinach
  • Sentences: “There are many carrots in the salad.” / “We don’t have much lettuce left.”

Lesson 7: Dinner Table

You’re doing well understanding dinner meals. Practice distinguishing when to use ‘will’ and ‘going to’ for future dinner plans.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: pasta, steak, salad, soup, chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, rice
  • Sentences: “We are going to have pasta for dinner.” / “She will cook chicken tonight.”

Lesson 8: Delicious Desserts

Great job exploring desserts! Use quantifiers like ‘a few’ and ‘a little’ to talk about how many desserts you would like to have.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: cake, cookies, ice cream, pie, muffin, pudding, brownie, donut
  • Sentences: “I’ll have a few cookies.” / “There’s a little ice cream left.”

Lesson 9: Global Cuisine

Excellent progress in discussing international foods! Use complex sentences to describe your experiences or plans with global cuisines.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: sushi, tacos, pasta, curry, paella, baguette, pad thai, kimchi
  • Sentences: “I’ll try sushi when I visit Japan.” / “We’re eating pasta although it’s hot.”

Lesson 10: Culinary Review

Fantastic effort in reviewing all the culinary topics! Keep revising the vocabulary and grammar concepts learned throughout this unit.