Do you love to eat? Mealtime in the Mandarin-speaking world is not only time to eat but also time to be with your family. In the Mandarian-speaking world, meals are eaten together. Different utensils are used at mealtimes. In the United States, you usually eat with a fork, spoon, and knife, but in the Mandarian-speaking world, chopsticks are used as well as a different type of spoon. Do you pass your serving plates around at the table, so everyone gets a little of everything? Or does your mom or dad put the food on your plate from the stovetop? Keep reading to see how meals are served in the Mandarin-speaking world.
- Recognize the sound and say the Mandarin terms for "food," "breakfast," "lunch," "dinner," and "eat"
- Recognize and write the Mandarin character for "eat"
- Compare mealtime traditions in the Mandarin-speaking world with your mealtime traditions
|Tip: You will have two days to complete this lesson.