Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА - 11 клас - за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк

UNIT 4. EATING OUT

LESSON 40. WHAT TO EAT IN PARIS

Цілі: вдосконалювати лексичні навички й навички читання; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання й говоріння; розвивати логічне мислення; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань щодо кулінарних традицій світу.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

1) Do you like some cuisines more than others? If yes, which cuisines do you like? Which cuisines do you dislike?

2) Do you often skip meals? If yes, why? Is this healthy?

3) Do you often overeat? If yes, why? Is this healthy?

2. Speaking

Rank the following cuisines, from best to worst from your point of view. Prove your choice using the following phrases:

• I think...

• I don’t think...

• I believe (that)...

• I don’t believe (that)...

• In my opinion,...

• I feel that...

• I don’t feel that...

1) Mexican

2) Chinese

3) French

4) Russian

5) British

3. Reading

Do ex. 1, p. 117.

4. Grammar practice

Do ex. 2, p. 118.

5. Vocabulary practice

Choose the right word from the list to fill in the gaps.

Fast food,          cookbook,

recipe,           dish,         menu,

cocktail,

bill,              ingredients,

service,                  wait         person,

tip,              dessert,            bar,

lounge,

restaurant,              order

I really hate (1) ... . I prefer to go to a good (2) ... that serves everything, including the (3)... , using the best (4)... . Sometimes, I like to (5)... something that I have tried at home. First, I look up the (6)... in the (7)... and then I cook the (8)... . Next, I go to the restaurant, and when the (9)... comes to my table I ask for the (10)... and order what I have already cooked at home! Sometimes, I like to go out for a (11).... You can have a drink in either a (12)... or a (13)..., which are usually nicer. At the end of the evening, it’s time to ask for the (14)... and, usually, if the (15)... has been good, it’s a good idea to leave a 15-20 % (16)... .

Key: 1 fast food, 2 restaurant, 3 dessert, 4 ingredients, 5 order, 6 recipe, 7 cookbook, 8 dish, 9 wait person, 10 menu, 11 cocktail, 12 bar, 13 lounge, 14 bill, 15 service, 16 tip.

6.Listening

Listen and fill in the chart.

Payment

 

Reservations

 

Serving alcohol

 

Tipping

 

EATING OUT

All restaurants in America accept cash for payment, and most (even some fast food restaurants) also accept credit cards. A few restaurants also accept ATM cards for payment. You will rarely find a restaurant that accepts checks.

It is common to have to wait for a table at a popular restaurant. There are many popular restaurants that do not accept reservations, or will only accept reservations for large parties (for example, six or more people). At these restaurants, the wait can be very long on a weekend night, sometimes up to 1 hour. However, almost all upscale, or more formal, restaurants will accept reservations.

Many restaurants in America (except for fast food restaurants) have a license to serve alcohol. Beer and wine are always available, and at some restaurants hard liquor (such as vodka or whisky) is also available. Restaurants that serve hard liquor are said to have “a full bar”. The drinking age in America is 21. If you look young, be prepared to show proof of your age when ordering alcohol.

TIPPING

There are only a few situations where tipping is expected. The one you will encounter most often is at restaurants. American restaurants do not add a service charge to the bill. Therefore it is expected that the customer will leave a tip for the server. Common practice is to leave a tip that is equal to 15 % of the total bill for acceptable service, and about 20 % for superior service. If the service was unusually poor, then you could leave a smaller tip, about 10 %.

Other professions where tipping is expected include hairdressers, taxi drivers, hotel porters, parking valets, and bartenders. The general rule is to tip approximately 15 % of the bill. In situations where there is no bill (as with hotel porters and parking valets), the tip may range from $1 to $5, depending on the type of establishment and on how good the service was.

7. Speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 118.

8. Summary

1) Can you name restaurants in your area that serve food from other countries?

2) What kinds of foods do these restaurants serve?

3) Have you ever eaten at any of them?

9. Homework

Ex. 4, p. 119.



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