Nov 14th, 2011, 07:26 pm
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Join Date: Sep 21st, 2011
| | Re: Thanksgiving lesson
I like the vocabulary thing, I think we can work on a mini play.
I recently spoke to the Headmaster, and he liked the ide of the play but he also wanted them to have a Thanksgiving "dinner" during the class period (10-11am), and I have to include all the "tipical" foods. However, the kids in my class are teenagers (14 and 15 year olds) and I'm pretty sure they won't be willing to taste "strange" food, and I don't think their mothers would like to cook for the whole class. I was thinking maybe I can sustitute some of the foods, for example: instead of turkey we can have turkey sandwiches. But I need more ideas! My mum usually makes sweet potatoes, turkey, glazed carrots, corn pudding and bread pudding for Thanksgiving, basically because we can get the ingredientes in my country (I live in Mexico). Any suggestions for a teen-aproved Thanksgiving menu?