Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА - 11 клас - за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк
UNIT 4. EATING OUT
LESSON 34. FOOD, MEALS, DISHES
Цілі: вдосконалювати лексичні навички й навички вимови; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання, читання й усного мовлення; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати загальну культуру учнів.
1) What is your favourite food?
2) What is your favourite drink?
3) What is your favourite dessert?
4) What is your favourite type of candy?
5) What is the most disgusting food you have ever had to eat?
6) Would you ever eat live maggots? What about if I gave you $ 1000?
7) Which foods are good for you?
8) Which foods make you fat?
2. Listening and speaking
Listen to the dialogue and do the task.
HEAVENLY PIES RESTAURANT
Waiter. Hi. Welcome to Heavenly Pies. May I take your order?
Man. Uh... yes. I’d like the chicken fried steak.
Waiter. Okay. Would you like fries, bread, or rice with your meal?
Man. Umm. I’ll take the rice?
Waiter. Would you care for anything to drink?
Man. Yeah. I’ll take a medium orange juice.
Waiter. I’m sorry. We only have large or small.
Man. Well, in that case, uh, I’ll have a small one.
Waiter. Okay. A small juice. And what kind of dressing would you like with your salad. It comes with the fried steak.
Man. What dressings do you have?
Waiter. We have French, Italian, blue cheese, and ranch.
Man. Oh! Ranch, please.
Waiter. Would you like anything else?
Man. Well, I’d like to see your pie menu. That’s the main reason why I like to dine here.
Waiter. Oh, I’m so sorry, but we aren’t serving pies today.
Waiter. Well, it usually is, but, Dave, our baker, slipped in the kitchen two days ago, and hurt his leg. He’ll be out for at least two weeks. In the meantime, we’re serving ice cream sundaes instead. Sorry.
Man. Wow. I’m sorry to hear that. Well in that case, I’ll have an ice cream sundae.
Woman. I’ll be back with your order in a few minutes.
1) What does the man order?
a) T-bone steak
b) chicken fried steak
c) broiled chicken
2) What does he eat with his meal?
3) What does he have to drink?
a) small juice
b) medium juice
c) large juice
4) What kind of dressing does he ask for?
5) Why is the restaurant not serving pies today?
a) The baker was hurt at work and can’t prepare them.
b) The oven is broken and hasn’t been repaired.
c) The restaurant has decided to only sell ice cream.
Work in pairs
Make up your own dialogue using questions and expressions expected to hear between a customer and a server.
3. Vocabulary practice
Do ex. 1, 2, p. 107.
4. Reading and speaking
Do ex. 4, p. 105.
Make up some sentences using the words from ex. 2, p. 107 and the words below.
• a meal
• a meal in the morning
• a meal in the middle of the day
• a meal in the evening
• a formal meal
• a meal outside
• a meal you buy in a restaurant and eat at home
• a very large meal
• a meal in which you choose and serve your own food
• a small meal
• part of a meal
Is there any kind of food that you could eat every day? If yes, please explain.
Is there any kind of food that you cannot eat? If yes, please explain. Have you ever reluctantly tried something, but then loved it? If yes, what was it? Why didn’t you want to try it?
Have you ever wanted to try something, but then hated it? If yes, what was it? Why didn’t you like it?
Ex. 3, p. 107.