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Tasty and healthy: how to save money on food and learn English

How cookbooks instead of textbooks can help you learn English Share America.

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In all cultures of the world, there is a tradition of eating together. Although the cuisine, products, and cooking styles differ, it is customary around the world to sit down with friends and family.

Edible Alphabet Program The Free Library of Philadelphia Culinary Literacy Center aims to help immigrants and refugees learn English using the ubiquity of food.

The center has a professional kitchen equipped with burners, convection ovens, refrigerators and stainless steel work tables, serving as a classroom.

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According to teacher Lindsay Southworth, students learn, practice, improve and expand their English skills through cooking.

Learning through food

The free course, launched in 2015 and still running, is offered to English learners in Philadelphia and is open to learners of all levels.

One culinary instructor and one language teacher are responsible for each lesson, who lead the lessons together and make them interesting, educational and delicious.

The lesson usually begins with an interactive warm-up in which students talk and review key language constructs learned the week before.

After an exercise or game of reading or writing, the recipe for the day is announced, new terms are explained, and cooking begins.

“Even though we all have different levels of English in our class, everyone is happy to work together, we have a sense of community,” said Southworth. "It helps to bridge the gap between those who may be fluent in English and those who are just starting to learn the language."

 

 

Schedule

Nearest event will take place on Wednesday, November 3 at 10:30 am. Adults are invited to take a free online English course.

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Every week (on Wednesdays at 10:30), this course reads, writes and speaks English - and cooks together (at home, communicating via video link). That is, despite the fact that the classes are held in Philadelphia, you can join them from anywhere in the United States.

Free prescription products on the course can be picked up on Tuesdays at:

  • Lawncrest Library 13: 00-17: 00 (6098 Rising Sun Ave, 19111)
  • Paschalville Library 10:30 - 14:30 (6942 Woodland Avenue 19142)
  • Central Library Parkway 12:16 to 1901:19103 (XNUMX Vine Street, XNUMX)
  • Lilian Marrero Library 12: 30-16: 30 (601 W Lehigh Ave, 19133)
  • Independence Library 14: 00-18: 00 (18 S, 7th Street, 19106)

If you have any questions, you can write to kitchen @ freelibrary. You can register here.

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