GROCERY SHOPPING IN DAY TO DAY ENGLISH

Welcome!

There is no set itinerary for this exhibit. Food is such a rich topic. It’s a smorgasbord of possibilities, and this exhibit reflects that.

Visit the grocery store. Find grocery store items in our new maze. Hunker down on comfy sofas to play English games. Drop by the pub for snacks, drinks, dancing and of course, English conversation. Head upstairs for a grammar lesson. There is something to suit any age or English level.

THE GROCERY STORE

There are lots of ways to use the grocery store to practice. One fun way is to create shopping lists, and challenge students to find all of their items first. Where are they? This approach gives students an opportunity to practice Present Simple, food vocabulary and prepositions of place.

THE MAZE

Do you dare enter the maze? It’s an engaging way to work on directions or imperatives, and also just plain fun. There are ten free grocery items somewhere within the maze. Can you find them all? For convenient lesson planning, set a time limit. Who can find the most items in a given amount of time?

Don’t worry about getting too lost, though it is easy to do! There is a poster explaining how to take a landmark, so that you can exit and arrive back at the entry point anytime.

THE GAMES ROOM

Our games room is equipped with a variety of activities, classic games and TVs. It’s a safe, comfortable place for students to drop by to practice together and meet new friends. For teachers, it is easy to gamify almost any lesson, by rewarding a correct answer with a turn at one of our games.

THE CLASSROOM

For grammar practice, feel free to use our food themed, Present Simple classroom. Simply screen share your avatar as you walk through the posters and review the grammar points, for a more interactive online lesson.

For all things food, join Second Life and visit us anytime. For help and support, feel free to contact us. We are only ever a few clicks away!

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