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Цикл уроків з теми "Food and Drink"


Цикл уроків з теми: Food&Drinks у 6-ому класі
Lesson 1
Topic: Eat the Right Food
Objectives: to activate the information and vocabulary on the topic; to develop pupils’ listening and speaking skills; to develop pupils’ communicative skills; to revise using the article “a”, “an” with countable and uncountable nouns.
I Introduction
Good morning children I’m glad to see you. The topic of our lesson is “Food and Drinks”. Today we are going to do different activities at the lesson: listen stories, speak, read and write. Let’s start.
Warming up
Look at the words at the blackboard. Divide these products into two groups: those, which come from plants and those, which come from animals. Write down the words into the correct column:
Ice cream, sugar, milk, banana rice, cheese, sausage, pizza, chips, potato, omelet, meat, fruit, salad, coffee, butter, eggs, porridge, yoghurt, mayonnaise, pepper, peas, jam.
II The main part of the lesson
1. Look at the pictures at page 60. What products can you see at the pictures? Which of them do you like to eat? Are all of them good for health? Which are not very healthy? Ex. 1, p. 60.
2. Look at these pictures again and say which nouns are countable and which are uncountable. Explain where we should put article “a” or “an”.
3. Development of reading skills
a) learning new words: cornflakes, bones, important, wealth, either.
b) Reading the text ex. 2 p. 60.
c) After reading activities answer the questions ex. 3, p. 61.
4. Put the words in the correct order and make up sentences.
1) people, live, can not, food, without.
2) animals, live, fish, birds, can not, without, food.
3) bread, sugar, cheese, you, give, energy.

4) Meat, fish, milk, you, help, to grow.
5) Vegetables, eggs, your, bones, make, teeth, strong.
6) Fruit, vegetables, got, have, a lot of, vitamins.
7) Vitamins, important, are, for, body, our.
8) Eat, food, the right.
5. Finish the sentences
1) There are different kinds of…
2) You must eat vegetables and fruit because…
3) Vitamins are important for our…
4) Meat fish help you…
5) There are 13 types of …
6) Good health is…
III Home task.
Retell the text ex. 2 p. 60 and learn new words.
IV Summing up
What topic were we discussing today? What did you learn about food?

Lesson 2
Topic: Eat the Right Food
Objectives: to revise and activate the names of products, to develop pupils’ listening and speaking skills, to learn new grammar: using adjectives before the verbs, related to senses.
I Introduction
Hello, nice to see you. Today we are going to speak about the right food to eat. We’ll revise the vocabulary on the topic and also learn new grammar rules.
Check on hometask.
Retelling the text “Eat the right food”
Warming up.
Yesterday I went to the market and bought some food. Look at the pictures and tell me what I bought (demonstration of the flashcards)
II The main part of the lesson
1. Read the text and the statements below. Are those statements true or false?
What is your favourite food? Some people love pizza. Some people love ice cream. Nor many would say broccoli is their favourite food. But you can’t eat only pizza and ice cream all the time. You also need fruits, vegetables, and other kinds of foods. Water is also very important for your body.
You need all kinds of foods to keep your body strong and healthy. Nutritionists (scientists who study food and nutrition) say you should eat grains, such as bread, pasta and cereal. You should eat eggs, milk, cheese, and other dairy products. You should eat meat, fish, beans, or tofu (bean curd). They also say you need to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables every day. But you should not eat too many foods with lots of fats or sugars.
You need to eat some of each of these different kinds of foods to get chemicals called nutrients. Carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water are nutrients.
1. The text describes the right food to eat
2. Everybody loves pizza
3. To be healthy you should eat only fruits and vegetables
4. To be healthy we need different kinds of food
5. Scientists who study food and nutrition are called nutritionists
6. Eating foods with lots of fats or sugars is not bad for one’s health
7. Milk and cheese are dairy products
2. Activization of new words. What products can be sour, sweet, salty, bitter, spicy? Do you like sour, sweet, salty, bitter, spicy food?
3. Ex. 4 p. 61.
4. Presenting new grammar: Verbs, related to senses+adj.
There are some verbs, related to senses like: to feel, to hear, to smell, to look, to see, to taste, to sound, which are followed by adjectives not adverbs: to feel + good, to smell + beautiful.
6. Grammar practice.
Choose and circle the correct item.
1. My mother’s cake always tastes delicious/deliciously
2. My cousin feels terrible/terribly today because he has eaten lots of sweets
3. I have put the kettle on, but I hear its whistle bad/badly
4. My granny’s home-made bread smells nice/nicely
5. Molly’s mud-pies looked awful/awfully
6. The idea of making banana bread sounds great/greatly
III Home task.
Ex. 5 p. 61 (TB) in writing.
IV Summing up
What new information about have you learned today?

Lesson 3
Topic: It’s Breakfast Time
Objectives: to learn and activate new vocabulary on the topic, to develop pupils’ reading skills, to improve communicative skills (monologue and dialogue).
I Introduction
Hello children. Our topic today is “It’s Breakfast Time”. We’ll revise the vocabulary on the topic and learn some new words. You’ll read a text about meals and I hope, that by the end of the lesson, you’ll be able to speak about traditions of breakfast, dinner and supper.
Check on homework
Ex. 5 p. 61 (TB)
Warming up
At the previous lesson we learned new grammar and now let’s recollect it. Answer my questions. What are the verbs related to senses? What words adjectives or adverbs are they followed by? What examples of the verbs related to senses + adjectives are given?
Which of the sentences is correct?
1. The music sounds beautiful
The music sounds beautifully
2. Why are you smelling the milk? Has it gone sour?
Why do you smell the milk? Has it gone sour?
3. The food in this cafe tastes awfully
The food in this cafe tastes awful
4. You look good today
You look well today
II The main part of the lesson
1. Development of listening skills. Listen to the rhyme and answer the question. What does the boy eat for breakfast? Ex. 1 p. 62 (TB)
2. Development of reading skills.
a) presenting new vocabulary (meal, prefer, spaghetti, dessert, pudding, pancakes) and explaining their meaning;
b) reading the text. Ex. 2 p. 62 (TB);
c) after reading activities: answer the questions Ex. 3 p. 63;
3. Development of writing skills.
Write 5 sentences about what you eat. Use sometimes, always, usually, often and never in each sentence.
4. Order the sentences
A: Would you like some tea?
B: I’d like curds
C: No, thank you
A: With chips?
B: Yes, please.
C: Could I have cocoa, please.
A: What would you like for breakfast?
C: I hate curds. I like omelet and chips. Could I have an omelet, please?
A: Yes, of course. Here you are.
C: Thanks, it’s great.
5. Match the questions with the responses.
1. Can I have some more tea?
2. What do you usually have fir dinner?
3. What kind of soup does your sister like?
4. What do Taras and Lesia usually have for lunch?
5. Could we have another bottle of water please?
6. What would you like to drink?
7. Anything else?
8. I’ll have meat.
9. What kind of ice cream have you got?
10.What do you like to have for breakfast?
11.What kind of pizza is a Margarita pizza?
a) We’ve got vanilla ice cream
b) It’s cheese and tomatoes
c) I like to have eggs and toast
d) Yes, of course, here it is
e) No, That’s all, thanks
f) I’ll have a glass of orange juice
g) They usually have sandwiches
h) Yes, of course. Would you like lemon with it?
i) I usually have some soup, bread, meat and vegetables.
j) Her favorite is mushroom soup.
k) I’d like to have a cup of coffee and a cake
III Hometask
Ex. 6 (to write about your favourite meals) p. 63
IV Summing up
What did we do at the lesson today? What task did you like most?

Lesson 4
Topic: It’s Breakfast Time
Objectives: to activate vocabulary on the topic; to develop pupils’ reading and listening skills; to improve communicative skills.
I Introduction
Hello children. How are you today? Today we’ll continue speaking about meals and food. We are going to practice the vocabulary on the topic in dialogues and exercises and by the end of the lesson you’ll be able to speak about your breakfast habits and eating traditions in out country
Check on hometask
Ex.6 P. 63(TB)
Warming up
Circle the add word out
1) Breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper, dessert.
2) Mixer, microwave oven, cereal, toast, stove.
3) Tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, potatoes, cheese, peas, carrots.
4) Tea, milk, juice, spaghetti, lemonade, mineral water.
II The main part of the lesson
1.Development of speaking skills
Take turns to ask and answer the questions. Add information. Ex. 4 p. 63
2.Development of writing skills. Complete the conversation. Underline the best answer.
1. What would you like to drink?
a) Toast and honey.
b) No, that’s all. Thanks.
c) Some juice, please.
2. What kind of soup is this?
a) Tomato soup is my favourite
b) It is onion soup
c) I’d like chicken soup
3. Can I have some butter.
a) I have not got one
b) We haven’t got any
c) Do you want another.
4. Where can we get a cup of tea?
a) The Royal Caf? is open
b) Yes, of course
c) I’d like a glass of milk, please
5. What do you usually have for lunch?
a) I’ll have chicken and chips
b) Can I have some eggs?
c) Sandwiches or soup
6. What would you like to eat?
a) I’ve got vanilla ice cream.
b) I’ll have steak and chips
c) No, that’s all. Thanks
7. Can we have some coffee, please?
a) Would you like black coffee?
b) What kind of coffee is it?
c) I’d like Columbian coffee.
8. What time do you usually have breakfast?
a) At the moment
b) At 1 o’clock
c) Between 8 and 9 o’clock
9. What does he want on his toast?
a) A piece of cake
b) Some butter and jam
c) Cornflakes
3. Development of listening skills.
Text English Meals
The English take four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner or supper.
In England breakfast time is between seven and nine, lunch time is between twelve and two, tea is between four and four and a half and dinner or supper time is between seven and ten.
Many English working class families eat dinner in the daytime and the third and last meal they have between five and seven. It’s tea or supper.
In some English houses lunch is the biggest meal of the day. They have meat or fish, vegetables, fruit or pudding.
Some people who go out for work have sandwiches or coffee.
In the afternoon, at tea time the English, as you know, like to have a cup of tea with milk.
Some Englishmen have their dinner late in the evening. For dinner they have soup, fish or meat, vegetables, pudding and fruit.
For supper they usually have a glass of milk and a cake or a cup of tea and a sandwich.
But there are people who like to have some more things to eat for supper cold meat or fish. Then they usually try to take a good walk after supper:” After dinner sleep a while, after supper walk a mile”, the English proverb goes.
Agree or disagree
1. The English take four meals a day.
2. In England breakfast time is between nine and twelve.
3. Some English working class families eat dinner in the daytime.
4. Lunch is the biggest meal of the day in all English families.
5. People in England never eat sandwiches.
6. The English like to have tea with milk.
7. English people have soup for breakfast.
8. It’s good to have a walk after supper.
9. The English proverb says,” After supper sleep a while, after dinner walk a mile”
4 Role play
Work in pairs. Make up dialogues on the situations
1. You are a brother and a sister. You are at home alone. You have milk, bread, butter, eggs, tea, sugar, sausage, cheese. Discuss what do you want for breakfast.
2. You are a daughter and a mother. It’s daughter’s birthday next Friday. Discuss what food do you want to buy and cook for the part.
3. You are two friends. One of you is from England. He/she is visiting you at your place. Discuss eating habits of the English and Ukrainian children.
III Hometask
To make up you own dialogue on the topic “Meals”

IV Summing up
What topic did we have at the lesson today? What did you learn to speak about? Name one thing you like for breakfast.

Lesson 5
Topic “It’s Dinner Time”
Objectives: revise the names of products; to learn new vocabulary; to develop pupils’ listening and reading skills; to improve communicative skills; to revise grammar Indefinite Pronouns (some, any)
I Introduction
Good morning, children. Today we are going to continue talking about food and drinks. You’ll read a text about cooking with a grandpa; you’ll also discuss some questions, connected with meals and we’ll do some exercises.
Check on hometask
Listening to the pupils’ dialogues.
Unscramble the dialogue and read it.
1. cream, an, ice, Do, want, you?
2. yes, ice, cream, want, an, I.
3. you, Do, chocolate, want?
4. Yes, want, chocolate, I.
5. sandwich, a, Do, want, you?
6. No, sandwich, I, don’t, want, a.
7. want, you, What, do, eat, to?
8. eat, a, I, want, hamburger, to.
2. The main part of the lesson.
1. Development of speaking skills. Look at the picture (on page 64) and answer the question.
1) Who can we see there?
2) Where are they?
3) What season is it?
4) What are the man and the boy doing?
5) How can we tell that?
2. Presenting new vocabulary (shed, stream, utensils, uncooked, raisins, hole, shortening, smooth, skillet.
Match the words with their definitions.

1) Shed
2) Stream
3) Pot
4) Utensils
5) Uncooked
6) Skillet
7) Shortening
8) Raisins

a) Tools that are used in the house
b) A large shallow pen with a long handle, used for frying food
c) A small simple building, usually built of wood
d) Fat that is used for making pastry
e) A deep round container, used for cooking things in.
f) Raw
g) Dried grape, used in cakes
h) A small narrow river
3. Development of reading skills.
The text A Day with Grandpa. Ex. 2 p. 64 (TB)
After reading activities complete the text with the correct item according to the text. Ex. 3 p. 65 (TB)
4. Development of writing skills. Grammar revision. Indefinite Pronouns (some, any).
Underline the correct word.
1. Would you like some/any meat?
2. Do we need a/any carrots?
3. There is not some/any water in the bottle
4. How much/many sugar do you need?
5. Can I have some/any juice, please?
6. How much/many apples are there?
III. Homework.
Ex. 5 p. 65 (in writing and learn new words).
IV Summing up.
What did we do at the lesson today? Which of the tasks do you like? Which tasks you dislike?

Lesson 6
Topic: It’s Dinner Time
Objectives: to activate vocabulary on the topic; to develop communicative pupils’ skills and reading skills.
I Introduction
Good morning, children. Today we’re going to continue learning the topic “It’s Dinner Time” and practice the vocabulary in the dialogues and exercises.
Check on hometask
Ex. 5 p. 65
On the poster we have a lot of products. Tell me, please, what you like or dislike to eat. Begin your sentences with I adore…, I would like to eat…, I prefer…, I can’t stand…, It’s so tasty to eat…
Guess the name of the food.
1. It’s a vegetable with a brown skin, that grows in our kitchen gardens. It can be cooked fried, boiled, mashed. Its chips are tasty and popular (potato).
2. It’s a vegetable, that grows underground and is round and white, rosy or dark red. It’s used for cooking some salads and borshch. Some white sorts of this vegetable are used for making sugar. (beet).
3. It is a bun with a hot sausage inside and some cut vegetables. (hot-dog)

II The main part of the lesson
1. Development of listening skills. Listen to the text and answer the questions.
In the UK and the USA dinner is the main meal of the day, eaten either in the middle of the day or in the evening. It’s also called supper or tea. It’s usually a meal of a meat or fish dish or a salad, followed by a dessert. Tea, meaning a main meal for adults, is used especially in Scotland and Ireland; Supper and dinner are more widely-used in England and Wales. Dinner sounds more formal than supper, and guests generally receive invitations to dinner but not to supper. In the US the evening meal is called dinner and is usually eaten around 6 or 6:30 pm. In many families both in Britain and in the USA family members eat at different times and rarely sit down at the table together.
1. How is the main meal of the day called in the UK and the USA?
2. In which parts of Britain is the main meal called tea?
3. In which parts of Britain do people call the main meal supper or dinner?
4. Why do the British invite guests to dinner?
5. When is dinner usually eaten in the USA?
6. Do family members usually eat dinner together in the US?
2. Development of reading skills.
a) Read and act out the dialogues Ex. 4 p. 65 (TB)
b) Read the text Traditional English Food and answer the question: What have you learned about traditional English food?
The text Traditional English Food
Traditional English cuisine includes many ingredients from many different parts of the world like China, India, and North America.
Traditional food from England includes a lot of cheese and bread, meats, fresh water and salt water fish. One of their most traditional dishes is fish and chips, eaten traditionally with salt and vinegar, and served wrapped in newspaper. Another traditional English dish is sausages and mashed potato with onions and gravy (соус).
Classics like the Full English Breakfast, Cornish pastry (Корнуельське печиво), Black Pudding, and the Sunday Roast are all adapted in many other kitchens.
3. Vocabulary exercises
a) Fill in the correct words from the lost below. Use the words only once.
Main, opening, list, a slice, chicken, lunch, fast, recipe, cut, grilled, national, to have, of salt, green.
3) a pinch…
4)…into small pieces.
8)…of bread
10)…a meal
11) roast…
12) shopping…
b) Underline the correct words.
1. I’d like the sparkling/mineral chicken, please.
2. Can you buy me a carton/bottle of Coke, please?
3. We eat pasta with a fork/knife.
4. Can I take your order/meal, sir?
5. I want pizza for main course/dessert
6. Always remember to say “thank you”/”please” after dinner
7. Fruit have many vitamins/additives we need for a healthy body.
To learn one of the dialogues on page 65 (TB)
III Summing up
What topic did we discuss at the lesson today? Thank you very much, good luck.

Lesson 7
Topic: What do You Like to Eat.
Objectives: to learn the new words and use them in speech; to practice to prepare favourite dish according to the recipe; to develop pupils’ speech on the topic, reading skills, work in groups and dialogue speech.
I. Introduction
Hello, children. I’m very glad to see you. Today we are going to speak about food and ways of cooking it.
Check on hometask
Acting out the dialogues on page 65 (TB).
Two persons, Mr Plumpy and Mrs Fatty, had their yearly check-up yesterday. The doctor gave them the diet. Say what they mustn’t eat and what they can eat to keep fit.
Mr. Plumpy’s diet
- +
Beer/wine coffee
Potatoes Vegetables
Chips Fruit
Sandwiches A little fish
Bread A little milk

Mrs. Fatty’s diet
- +
Fatty meat Juice
Potatoes lean mean
Rice Fruits
Macaroni Green vegetables
Chocolates A little cheese
Cream A few eggs
Ice-cream Tea/Coffee without sugar

The main part of the lesson
1. Development of reading skills. Ex. 2 p .66 (TB)
a) Pre-reading activity
Answer the questions:
Do you ever cook for your parents?
What do you cook for them?
How do you cook it?
Do your parents like it when you cook?
b) Reading the text
c) After reading activity answer the questions
How did the girl want to help her father?
Where was the girl’s mother?
What did the girl offer to cook?
How did the father want his egg?
How long should we boil an egg to have it soft?
How long had the girl boiled the egg?
Did she expect to be soft outside or inside?
2. Listening comprehension.
Listen to the dialogue Ex. 1 p.66 and say what products Ann put into the cake?
3. Development of speaking skills
Make up similar dialogue, using such ingredients:
salad – potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, meat, eggs, salt, mayonnaise
Chicken soup – chicken, carrot, potatoes, onions, oil, salt, rice.
4.Vocabulary practice.
a) This is a receipt of “potato cakes”. Your task is to read the recipe and to put the instructions in the correct order.
The recipe of the “Potato Cakes”.
Ingredients: 400 g. potatoes, 125 g. flour, 40 g. butter or margarine, 40 g. grated cheese.
- Make 12 potato cakes with the mixture
- Peel the potatoes and slice them
- Fry the potato cakes in a frying pan until they are brown on both sides.
- Put the potatoes in a saucepan with some water and a bit of salt and boil them for 20 minutes.
- Put the mashed potatoes, the flour and butter or margarine into a bowl and mix them with a fork.
- Mash the potatoes.
- Cover the cakes with the grated cheese.
- Put them in a dish and keep them warm in the oven.
b) There are a lot of proverbs about eating in English language. Let’s read some of them and match them with Ukrainian equivalents
- The appetite comes with eating.
- After dinner sleep a while, after supper walk a mile
- An apple a day keeps the doctor away
- Don’t live to eat, but eat to live
- You can’t bake without flour
- Без води каші не звариш
- Апетит приходить під час їжі
- Не живи, щоб їсти – їж, щоб жити
- Якщо яблуко з’їдають, то хвороби обминають
- Після обіду поспи, після вечері пройдись.

To do a project work. To make a cook book with your favourite recipe.
What new information have you learned today? Which activities have you enjoyed most? Thank you for your work today.

Lesson 8
Topic: Enjoy Your Meal
Objectives: to introduce and practice new vocabulary; to improve listening and reading skills.
I. Introduction
Good morning, children. Our topic today is “Enjoy Your Meal”. We are going to speak about tasty things. You’ll also remember the words on the topic “Food and drinks” and practise them in texts and exercises.
Check on homework
Checking up the project work.
Fill in the missing verbs from the list below.
Heat, cook, toss, pour, mix, put, cook, serve, mix.
Pancake recipe
100 g of flour
A pinch of salt
Two eggs
200 ml milk with 75 ml water
2 tablespoons melted butter or oil
A little oil for frying the pancakes
Some sugar
A lemon
…the flour and the eggs with a fork.
Slowly…the milk and water.
…a little oil in the pan.
…the pan (very hot).
…in one and a half tablespoons of mixture
…for about 30 seconds
…the pancake ones
…for another 30 seconds.
…with a little sugar and lemon juice.
The main part of the lesson
1. Development of speaking skills.
Take turns to ask and answer the questions. Ex. 1 p. 68 (TB)
2. Improving reading skills. The text “A Chinese dinner” Ex. 2 p. 68 (TB)
a) Pre-reading activities. Answer the questions.
Can you tell any differences in eating habits of the Europeans and Chinese people? What do they Chinese use to eat food? What national Chinese food can you name?
b) Presenting new words. Help ourselves to food. Host, guest, chopsticks;
c) Reading the text;
d) After-reading activities;
Answer the questions on the text. Ex.3 p. 69 (TB)
Complete the sentences
1. When we eat dinner, we normally…
2. Since Matthew was my guest…
3. He spent most of his time, staring at the..
4. “Why don’t you..?”
5. “I really want to learn how…?”
4. Listening Comprehension
Listen to the text about hot-dog and answer the questions.
You all know that the hot-dog is one of the most popular foods in the world. It looks very simple – just a sausage put between the two parts of a long bun. It’s a very tasty and fast snack. It first appeared in Germany where sausages are national food. People wanted to be able to have a sausage on a piece of bread, and so the hot-dogs came to life. At first they were not called “hot-dogs”. They had a German name after a dog with a very long body and very short legs. An American once drew a cartoon about those sausages for a newspaper. He didn’t know how to spell the German word, so he called the sausage “a hot-dog”. The name has become very popular and we have known this tasty food as hot-dogs since then.
1. Is hot dog German or American food?
2. How does it look?
3. Is it healthy or unhealthy food?
4. Why is it called “hot-dog”?
5. Writing skills.
Complete the sentences, using the word below.
Ask questions to these sentences.
Word bank: picnic area, ham and cheese sandwiches, help…to food, served…with, chopsticks, mineral water, …orange juice.
1. We usually _____ ourselves_____ on the table at the caf? at lunch time. (where?)
2. They ate Chinese food with_____(How?)
3. He has______his guest_____ rice (What…with?)
4. They will have_____for picnic next Sunday (When?)
5. Look! Sam is buying_____and______for picnic. (Who?)
6. When we came to the____, Mom and Dad had decorated it with balloons and toys. (Had?)
Ex. 5 p. 69 (TB, in writing)
III Summing up
Was the lesson interesting? What new information about different peoples’ eating habits can you remember?

Lesson 9
Topic: In a Caf?
Objectives: to develop students’ reading, speaking, writing skills on the topic; to train students in listening comprehension; to develop students’ creative thinking, to practise communicative structures on the topic.
I. Introduction
Today we’ll learn what to say when you are in a caf?.
You’ll learn how to ask for a menu, how to make an order, and how the meals are called in the menu.
Check on homework
Ex. 5 p. 69 (TB)
Warming up
Tick the box next to the correct reply.
1. Can I have the menu, please?
Here it is, Miss. Yes, thanks.
2.Are you ready to order?
Not yet. Never.
3.Have you got any chicken?
Yes, can I help you? Sorry, there is no chicken today.
4.Would you like a dessert?
What would you like? Yes, please.
5.I’d like a coffee, please.
Black or white? Brown or white?
6.What ice cream would you like?
Yes, I would. Do you have a strawberry one?
Complete the questionnaire
1. Do you ever eat in cafes or restaurants?
2. What type of place do you usually go to?
3. Who do you usually go with and when?
4. Where do you like eating out? Why?
5. What type of food do you like most?
6. What type of food do you like least?
II. The main part of the lesson.
1. Listening comprehension
Look at the menu. Listen to the conversation, mark the food and drinks that the people order.
Ex.1 p. 70(TB)
2. Reading skills
a) Pre-reading activity
Answer the question
Do you know why a sandwich is called so?
b) Presenting new words: earl, to remain, servant , to continue, to invent
c) Reading the text Ex. 2 p. 70(TB)
d) After-reading activity
Say if you agree or disagree with the sentences Ex. 3 p.70(TB)
3. Vocabulary practice
A) Let’s imagine that we are in the caf?. A lot of people like to visit it. At first let’s read the rules how you must sit at the table in a caf?:
1. You must sit up straight at the table
2. You must eat with a knife and a fork.
3. You mustn’t eat with your fingers.
4. You mustn’t lick your fingers.
5. You mustn’t put your elbows on the table.
6. You mustn’t talk with your mouth full.
B) Work in pairs
Make up the dialogue using the mixing phrases
1) -Soft-boiled, please
-What are you going to have for breakfast?
-How would you like them soft-boiled or hard-boiled?
-I like eggs very much
2) –No sugar, thank you.
-White coffee, please.
-How do you like your coffee?
-How many lumps of sugar?
-Would you like it black or white?
3) –Any drinks?
-French fries, please,
-What can I do for you?
-And for the second course?
-I would like to take chicken soup for the first course.
-Any dessert?
-Green tea and mineral water.
-No dessert, please.
4. Development of speaking skills
Some people like to go to the caf? and others like to visit fast food restaurant. On the cards you can see some sentences. Your task is to read them and write under the correct title. Mc. Donald’s or Caf? and tell about them.
1. All drinks are in paper and plastic cups
2. We eat with knives and forks there.
3. We pay for our meal at the end.
4. We order our food at the counter and pay there.
5. A waiter brings us our meal
6. We eat with our fingers there
Complete the dialogue “In the Caf?“
Ex.4 p.71 (TB)

III. Summing up
What did we do at the lesson today?
What did you learn to speak about?
Imagine you are in a caf?. What dishes would you like to order?

Lesson 10
Topic: Lesson revision the topic ”Food and Drinks”
Objectives: to practise vocabulary on the theme ”Food and Drinks”, to develop pupils’ dialogue speech, reading and writing skills, to prepare for the test.
I. Greeting
Today we’ll check on your hometask, do the warming up exercise and check your knowledge on the topic “Food and Drinks”
Check on hometask
Ex.4 p, 71(TB)
Warming up
Complete the poem with the missing words: cheese, fish, rice, dish.
On Sunday I like steak and chips,
On Monday bread and…
On Tuesday Coca-cola,
And pizza, Mm, yes, please.
On Wednesday It’s spaghetti.
And on Thursday eggs and… .
On Friday I like sandwiches,
And ice cream on a… .
But Saturday is my favourite day.
Oh, yes. It’s very nice!
On Saturday it’s chicken,
Mmm, salad, bread and… .
II. The main part of the lesson.
1. Vocabulary practice.
a) Answer the questions.
1) What food gives us a lot of vitamins?
2) Finish the proverb: “Good health is…”
3) How many meals can you name? What are they?
4) If a person doesn’t eat well we say: “He is…”
5) What is the earliest meal of the day?
6) What is the latest meal of the day?
7) What is a full English breakfast?
8) What is a continental breakfast?
9) What food helps you to grow?

b) Talk with your friend about household chores
Ex.1 p. 72(TB)
2. Development of reading skills
a) Learning new vocabulary: smell, home-smoked, taste, dry, remove, rinse, guilt.
b) Reading the text
Ex. 2 p. 72(TB)
c) After reading activities
Choose and circle the correct word.
1) I always associate the smell/guilt of baking with my childhood.
2) This cheese has a strange taste/tasty.
3) If you hang the clothes outside, they’ll dry/rinse in the sun.
4) Dry/rinse the soap out carefully.
5) Natalie had a terrible feeling of guilt/glad because she hadn’t helped her mother.
6) I’ll clear/remove the table and make some coffee.
7) Do you like strawberry/home-smoked jelly?

Complete the sentences with the correct words from the text.
Ex. 3 p. 72(TB)
4. Development of writing skills.
a) Write questions to the sentences below. Start them with the given words.
1) The smell of coffee and home-smoked ham woke Justin.
What _____________?
2) His grandpa was cooking breakfast downstairs.
3) Justin hadn’t washed any dishes by that time.
4) Grandpa had washed, rinsed, dried dishes by that time.
5) Grandpa was upset because Justin didn’t clear the table.
6) Justin wasn’t staying upstairs.
c) Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Simple or Past Perfect.
Yesterday morning was not very lucky for Lucy. She______(to get up) at 7 and_______(to go) to the kitchen to have breakfast. She usually has a cheese sandwich and a glass of orange juice it the morning. But when she______(to open) the fridge, she_______(to see) that her elder sister_______(to drink) all the juice. Lucy__________(to remember) that she_______(to forget) to buy bread yesterday! So she_______(to have) a cup of tea and_______(to leave) for school.
c) Read the sentences and say what we should or shouldn’t eat to be healthy
You should You shouldn’t

Eat well, but not too much of the same food.
Drink a lot of water because it will keep your body healthy.
Eat lots of fruit and vegetables because they have a lot of vitamins which are important for your skin, bones and hair.
Eat too much junk food as hamburgers or pizza, because they are bad for your health.
Drink too much tea or coffee, because they will keep you awake at night.
Eat too many biscuits or chocolate because they are full of sugar and are bad for teeth.
To revise the words on the topic and do Ex.5 p. 73(TB) in writing
III Summing up
You have worked hardly. I hope we prepared for our test which we’ll write at the next lesson


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