Here’s a little worksheet I put together with the international foods images. It is designed to reinforce the ” a is from b ” structure as well as to make students think about where their food comes from. This worksheet is aimed pretty squarely at Japanese learners and designed to go with the Eigo Note 1 (英語ノート) Unit 6 3-4 section.
Doughnuts may seem to be a quintessential American junky treat, but research tends to indicate they have their origins in Northern Europe.
Bread and sausage, while associated with certain countries, have a history as long and varied as human civilization itself. Thus I’ve included them as a chance to teach that this -is from- structure can be used in other ways as well.
For those of you not using the Eigo Note or unfamiliar with omrice, Omrice is from Japan. Really, it is.