Preparing English Breakfast together
In our 3rd grade English groups we brought London and their traditions directly into our English lessons. We prepared the Traditional English Breakfast together. Now read about our slightly different English lessons at MS Gleinstaetten:
"During the last two weeks we learned a lot about London. It was very interesting to work on the booklets we got from our teachers. With these booklets, we learned some interesting facts about the sights of the city. My favourite sight in London is the London Eye, because you have the best view from there.
I liked preparing the Traditional English Breakfast best. I would like to go to London one day, because I think the food there is very delicious and the old buildings are very beautiful." Bernd, 3b
"In the last two weeks we learned so much about London. It was really interesting to read and hear about what they eat or what beautiful sights there are. I liked the Buckingham Palace best, because it is a beautiful building. I want to go there one day and maybe I can even see the Queen there.
I also liked preparing the English Breakfast with lots of delicious ingredients like fried eggs, baked beans, toast, mushrooms, tomatoes, bacon and sausages. I think it is very funny that the British put milk into their tea." Jana, 3b
"London, was the topic of the last English lessons at school. It was really fascinating to see how many famous and beautiful buildings there are. My favourite sight is the London Eye, because on the wheel you have the best view of the city. I would really like to go to London one day to taste the delicious food there. Because in one of these lessons, we even prepared the Traditional English Breakfast with sausages, bacon, toast, fried eggs, tomatoes and baked beans. It was really tasty and we had a lot of fun cooking and eating together." Julian, 3b
"In the last two weeks we learned a lot about London. My favourite sight in London is the London Eye. It is a very big wheel. On the top you can see the amazing city. It was very cool and interesting to learn about all the sights. We also learned to make breakfast like English people. I don’t like this kind of food very much, but it was a lot of fun to cook it. Three years ago I visited London. It was very cool there." Anna, 3a