Author:
Daum Jung, Amber Hoye, Mimi Fahnstrom
Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Level:
High School, Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Tags:
  • Dish
  • Food
  • Menu
  • Preferences
  • Recipe
  • Restaurant
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
    Language:
    English, Korean

    What would you like to eat?, Intermediate Mid, Korean

    What would you like to eat?, Intermediate Mid, Korean

    Overview

    Students will discuss their food preferences and choose a restaurant and a menu based on their preferences. They will learn how to make a Korean dish and which ingredients are needed. They will be able explain it to the classmates at the end. 

    What would you like to eat?

    Please Note: Many of the activities on the Pathways Project OER Repository were created by upper-division students at Boise State University and serve as a foundation that our community of practice can build upon and refine. While they are polished, we welcome and encourage collaboration from language instructors to help modify grammar, syntax, and content where needed. Kindly contact amberhoye@boisestate.edu with any suggestions and we will update the content in a timely manner.  — The Pathways Project

    About the Boise State World Languages Resource Center (WLRC) Language Activity Repository

    The activities provided by the Boise State World Languages Resource Center (WLRC) serve as foundational activities which can be adapted by any language and scaled up or down on the proficiency scale. Many of these activities offer an English Version that is “language-agnostic” to provide language instructors from around the country a platform to remix these instructional materials, infusing them with their target language and culture! The activities within the Pathways Project OER Repository seek to help students solidify their interpersonal speaking and interpretive skills through task-based situations or communicative activities. These activities should be facilitated in the target language for approximately 90% (or more), per the recommendation of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

    How to use the WLRC Repository’s Activities:

    1. Use the Activity as is:

    Before you begin:

    • Most activities are 30 minutes in duration, unless otherwise specified.

    • Be sure to read through the activity description, and review the list of required materials. You will notice that the activity materials are also highlighted in yellow throughout the activity instructions.

    If you have any suggestions about grammar, syntax, and content, please kindly contact amberhoye@boisestate.edu.

    2. Remix for Your Language Classroom:

    When you are ready to begin remixing the activity, in order to adapt it for the needs of your language classroom, simply click the blue “Remix This Resource” button at the top of your screen. This will then take you to a screen with a NEW, editable version of this activity. The text provided in purple is a suggestion of what you might say to your students in the target language, and may be altered for different levels and age groups. All activities have “NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do” statements, a warm-up, a main activity, and a wrap-up.

    Many of the activities include printable cards and other instructional materials such as Google Slideshows. If you would like to make changes to these materials in Korean, follow the instructions below:

    • Google Slideshows:

      • To begin, go to File -> Copy to create an editable version of the slideshow.

      • Once finished with your changes, please complete the following steps to share:

      • Click on Share

      • Who Has Access

      • Ensure link sharing is on and allow external access.

    • Materials Saved as PDF: Please email WLRCLAR@gmail.com and we will provide you with an editable copy. Please allow up to two business days for a response. For YouTube videos and other websites, hyperlinks are provided. 

    3. Adapt for Another Language:

    • See the linked English Version at the top of the activity (English Version may not be available for all activities)

    What would you like to eat?

    Description:

    Students will discuss their food preferences and choose a restaurant and a menu based on their preferences. They will learn how to make a Korean dish and which ingredients are needed. They will be able explain it to the classmates at the end. 

    Proficiency Level:

    Intermediate Mid

    Keywords:

    food, restaurant, recipe, menu, dish, preferences

    World Readiness Standards

    • Students express their likes and dislikes regarding various objects, topics, people and events in their daily environment.

    • Students understand and demonstrate culturally appropriate Korean table manners (e.g., appropriately using spoons and chopsticks, waiting until elders begin eating).

    • Students compare and contrast the uses and functions of public facilities and services in Korea with their own culture (e.g., public transportation, market, hospitals, postal and delivery services).

    Idaho Content Standards for World Languages:

    • COMM 1: Interact with others in the target language and gain meaning from interactions in the target language.

    • CLTR 1.1 Analyze the cultural practices/patterns of behavior accepted as the societal norm in the target culture.

    • COMP 1: Investigate, explain, and reflect on the nature of language through comparisons of the language studied.

    NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

    • I can state multi-step instructions for completing a process, such as preparing a recipe.

    • I can work with a partner to determine what to order at a restaurant.

    • I can interact with others to ask for restaurant recommendations.

    Materials Needed:

    Question and Answer cards

    Google Slides

    Warm-up

    Begin by introducing the Can-Dos for today’s activity

    1. First ask the students:

    How do I order food in Korea?

    How do I order food in the United States?

    Main Activity

    1. Half of the students will receive question cards, and the other half will receive answer and recipe cards.

    2. The student with a question card will ask questions on the cards to their partner.

    What ingredients do you need to make bulgogi?

    3. Students who have cards with recipes and ingredients will explain how to make certain Korean dishes to their partners.

    To make bulgogi, you need beef, soy sauce, salt, onions, and so on.

    To make bulgogi, mix the beef first with seasoning and fry with vegetables

    4. Switch the cards and partners. After switching, students will have the questions if they had recipes and ingredients before, and students who had recipes and ingredients will have the question cards.

    5. Repeat steps 

    Wrap-up

    Ask the following question to finish the grant: 

    • What Korean dish do you want to make? Have you tried making a Korean dish before?

    End of lab:

    • Read Can-Do statements once more and have students evaluate their confidence. 

    (Use thumbs up/thumbs down or download our student cards.) 

    • Encourage students to be honest in their self-evaluation.

    • Pay attention, and try to use feedback for future labs

    NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

    • I can state multi-step instructions for completing a process, such as preparing a recipe.

    • I can work with a partner to determine what to order at a restaurant.

    • I can interact with others to ask for restaurant recommendations.