|Target level||ES 2 - Adult|
Cooking classes can be a great cultural exchange!
- Contact the cooking teacher and describe what you want to do. At junior high and high school, one teacher is in charge of cooking class, and that is the person to talk to. At elementary school, talk to homeroom teachers.
- Provide a list of ingredients and the recipe in Japanese and English. Include approximate cost (unless you're paying for it yourself). When you purchase the food, don't forget to save the receipt.
- Give a time estimate. If you need two hours to cook and eat your food, you need to plan ahead.
- When you put food in the oven, it's a good chance to play a game with your class. An introduction game or a card game, for example.