Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА - 11 клас - за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк
UNIT 4. EATING OUT
LESSON 35. LET’S EAT
Цілі: вдосконалювати навички вживання непрямої мови; вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення, читання й письма; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
1) Do you like any foreign foods?
2) Do you like Chinese food? What? French food? What? Japanese food? What?
3) Which fast foods do you like best? hamburgers? pizza? fried chicken?
4) Do you often eat out?
5) What restaurants do you go to?
6) What are your favorite snacks?
7) How often do you eat snacks?
Revise the rule and do ex. 1, p. 108.
Do ex. 2, p. 108.
Listen to the dialogue and name the countries mentioned in it and characterize their national cuisines.
A. What do you think of British food?
B. That’s a very difficult question to answer, because if you look in two supermarket trolleys, you’ll see that what people buy is completely different. Some people will go for fresh vegetables and whole meal bread, while others prefer tins and packets of highly processed food.
A. Is there such a thing as British food?
B. That’s the second problem, because a lot of what we buy comes from other parts of the European Community or further afield. Many trolleys will contain both New Zealand butter and South African fruit.
A. Well, what do people mean when they say they don’t like British food?
B. I think it’s probably possible to generalize about what is eaten at main mealtimes. Northern Europeans, including the British, tend to eat more potatoes than Asians, who prefer rice.
A. Can you explain why many Asians prefer French or Italian cuisine to British cooking?
B. That’s both a question of what different Europeans eat and how it’s prepared. For example, pizza has become international. People are accustomed to eating it and Italians prepare it well.
A. Do the British prepare food badly?
B. In fact, we have some of the top chefs in the world, but only people with a lot of money experience British cooking at its best. Students staying in English families often have to put up with convenience foods, quick preparations served up by working couples who have little time for anything other than their jobs.
A. Surely, not all host families offer fast food.
B. No... some are very careful about what they eat. They may buy brown rice, whole meal bread, muesli and organically grown fruit. They may eat a mainly vegetarian diet. But this can cause different problems. Japanese students are used to eating white rice, while Southern Europeans are used to eating a lot of meat.
Certain versions of the British diet are probably very healthy, but don’t appeal internationally.
People simply aren’t used to them.
Do ex. 3, p. 109.
Work in groups
Student 1. Do you cook?
Student 2. Yes, I do. (To Student 3) Den wanted to know if I cooked.
Student 3. And I wonder if you are a good cook.
1) Do you cook? If yes, are you a good cook?
2) Do you have a special dish or something you can cook very well? If yes, what is it?
3) Does you country have a special dish? If yes, what is it?
4) How often do you go out to restaurants? What kind of restaurants do you usually go to?
5) Do you eat healthily? Why / not?
6) What is your favorite food? Why do you like it so much?
7) What food do you hate? Why do you dislike it so much?
8) Which do you prefer, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert? Why?
9) Which is the most important meal of the day, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert? Why do you think so?
10) How often do you eat dessert? What kind of desserts do you tend to eat?
11) How often do you eat snacks? What kind of snacks do you often eat?
12) What is the strangest food that you have ever eaten? Why was it so strange? What did it taste like? Please explain.
13) What was the best meal you have ever eaten? How about the worst meal you have ever eaten? Please explain.
14) Could you eat the same food every day forever and ever? Why / not?
Do ex. 5 (a), p. 110.
Ex. 4, p. 109.