Agenda UNIT GOALS Agenda 1.Discuss what to eat 2.Make food choices 3.Order and pay for a meal 4.Discuss food and health 5.Write about food Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Extended Exercises Checkpoint
3 3 3 Lesson 1 Lesson 1 Lead-in Listening Speaking Reading Writing
3 Lead-in 1-Lead-in Sitcom: What’s in the Salad? Scene 1 Scene 2
Scene 1 1-Exercise A What are the ingredients in each dish? Circle the ingredients the waitress talks about. 1. The lamb is cooked with ___________ pepper onions salt 2. The tomato salad is made with _________ garlic onions olive oil 3. The fish is made with ___________ lemon butter yogurt 4. The large salad is made with ___________ tomatoes carrots egg
Scene 2 1-Exercise B Check the health tips Cheryl talks about according to what you hear. □ Don't eat dessert. □ Don't eat foods with a lot of calories. □ Eat seafood. □ Drink a lot of water. □ Don't eat chocolate. □ Eat small portions. □ Don't eat potato chips. □ Eat meat. □ Don't eat a lot of bread. □ Eat vegetables for snacks.
3 3 3 Listening 1-Listening Part 1 Are You Ready to Order? Part 2 Ordering Food. Part 3 Categories of Food. Part 4 New Words Phrases and Expressions
Part 1 Are You Ready to Order? 1-Part-1 Listen and write True or False according to what you hear. _______ 1. The customer orders carrots. _______ 2. The customer doesn’t order soup. _______ 3. The chicken comes with the salad. _______ 4. The chicken comes with a vegetable. T F T T
Part 2 Ordering Food. 1-Part-2 Listen and circle the right answer to each question. 1. The first customer starts with _______. A. potatoes B. salad C. soup 2. The second customer orders _______. A. fried fish and broccoli B. grilled chicken and carrots C. salad and chicken soup 3. The customers do not order _______. A. a main dish B. a beverage C. dessert
fruit vegetables meat seafood ① ⑤ ⑨ ② ⑥ ⑩ ④ ③ ⑦ ⑧ Conversation ________ Conversation ________ Conversation ________ Conversation ________ grains dairy products oils sweets Conversation ________ Conversation ________ Conversation ________ Conversation ________ Part 3 Categories of Food. 1-Part-3 Listen to the six conversations and classify the foods. 3 5 4 6 2 1
3 Part 4 1-Part 4 Passage 1 What Do They Like to Eat? Passage 2 Table Manners.
1-Part-4-1 Passage 1 What Do They Like to Eat? Read the following statements before listening to the passage. And then, check whether each statement is True (T), False (F), or Not Mentioned (NM) according to what you hear. T F NM 1. Ann Smith loves salad and vegetables. □ □ □ 2. Anthony eats a lot of sausage. □ □ □ 3. Anthony doesn’t like vegetables or dessert. □ □ □ 4. Emily eats only fruit and grains. □ □ □ 5. Emily’s favorite meal is dinner. □ □ □
Passage 2 Table Manners. 1-Part-4-2 Listen to the passage and fill in the blanks. It is important to learn something about table manners, as they are so useful in our 1 _________ life. Here is how: As soon as the hostess picks up her 2 ___________, pick yours up and lay it on your lap. The hostess herself usually serves the main 3 ___________, then asks each guest what piece he prefers, and it is quite proper to state your 4 ___________ as to lean or fat, dark or light. If you have English and American friends you will notice a few 5 ___________ in their eating habits. The food is passed around at your left hand so that you can 6 ___________ serve yourself with your right hand. Never serve yourself while the dish is on your right; it is then the 7 ___________ of your neighbor on the right. It is polite to take some of everything that is passed to you. But if there is something you do not like, you may 8 ___________ say: "No, thank you." daily napkin course preference differences conveniently turn quietly
New Words 1-New Words pepper n. 胡椒粉 olive n. 橄榄树；橄榄叶 carrot n. 胡罗卜 dessert n. 餐后甜点 portion n. 一部分，一份 snack n. 小吃，快餐 sauce n. 酱油；调味料 fatty adj. 脂肪的，含脂肪的；脂肪过多的 fried adj. 油炸的 grill v. 烧烤 appetizer n. 开胃食品 dairy n. 奶制品；牛奶场
New Words 1-New Words entrée n. （美）主菜 lettuce n. [植]莴苣；生菜 steak n. 肉排；牛排 shrimp n. 小虾 raw adj. 未加工的 cookie n. 小甜饼 roast v. 烤，烘，烘烤 broccoli n. 花椰菜 category n. 种类，类别 gallon n. 加仑 sausage n. 香肠；腊肠
New Words 1-New Words moderation n. 适度 preference n. 偏爱；优先选择 conveniently adv. 便利地；方便地 hostess n. 女主人；女房东；女老板 lap n. 大腿前部，膝盖 lean adj. 瘦的；贫乏的
Phrases and Expressions 1-Phrases and Expressions potato chip 土豆片 come with 与…一起供给；伴随…发生 French fries 炸薯条，炸土豆片 start with 以…开头 take care of 留心；照料，照顾 in moderation 适中地，适当地 as to 关于，至于 pass around 分，分发；传送
3 Speaking 1-Speaking Make Food Choices. Conversation Model Conversation Pair Work
Conversation Model 1-Conversation-Model Read and Listen A: I’ll have the pasta for my main course, please. What does that come with? B: It comes with soup or salad. A: What kind of soup is there? B: There is tomato soup or chicken soup. A: I think I’ll have the salad. B: Certainly. And to drink? A: Water, please. Rhythm and intonation practice Now listen again and try to imitate. Pay attention to the stress pattern.
Conversation Pair Work 1-Conversation Pair Work Use the guide to discuss what to eat, or create a new conversation. A: I’ll have the _______ for my main course, please. What does that come with? B: It comes with _______ or _______. A: What kind of _______ is there? B: There is _______ or _______. A: I think I’ll have the _______. B: Certainly. And _______? A: _______, please. Continue the conversation in your own way.
3 3 3 Reading 1-Reading Topic Preview Text A Text B Vocabulary Exercises Vocabulary Activity
Topic Preview 1-Topic Preview What kinds of food are healthy? • cereal with milk • peppers and garlic • green salad • raw vegetables • fried foods • high-fat snacks • sausages
Topic Preview 1-Topic Preview Reading Strategy: reading for the general idea When reading for the general idea of an article, skim the article for the most important information. Don’t spend time on every word For example, in the article “Healthy Eating Tips,” only these pieces of information are important. ► Start your day --- -----. Eat breakfast. ► Take a piece of fruit -- ----- -- during your commute. -- ------ -----, -- -------, --- ------- ------. ► Use “lite” dairy products, ----- --- low-fat and better for your health. --- ---- -- --- meat, trim all ------- fat. ► Fried foods? Snacks? Desserts? Sweets? ---- ----- ----- --- --- --- ----- --- ---. ---- --- high in calories and --- -- high in fat, salt, and sugar.
Topic Preview 1-Topic Preview ► Pack ---- --- ------ -- raw veggies. Buy healthy snacks ---- --------. ► Cut down on portion size -- --- ----- --- --- ---- --------- ----. ► Eat ---------- in moderation. Practice Restate each tip in your own words. 1. In the morning, eat breakfast. 2. _________________________________________. 3. _________________________________________. 4. _________________________________________. 5. _________________________________________. 6. _________________________________________. 7. _________________________________________. 8. _________________________________________.
3 Text A 1-Text A Text Comprehension Check
Text A TA-Text-1 Try some of these ideas. • Start your day off right! Eat breakfast. • Take a piece of fruit to munch on during your commute. It tastes great, is filling, and provides energy. • Use “lite” dairyproducts, which are low-fat and better for your health. Here are some tips for healthy eating at home, work, and elsewhere.
Text A TA-Text-2 • If you like to eat meat, trim all visible fat. • Fried foods? Snacks? Desserts? Sweets? They taste great but are not great for you. They are high in calories and can be high in fat, salt, and sugar. • Pack your own snacks of raw veggies. Buy healthy snacks like pretzels. Here are some tips for healthy eating at home, work, and elsewhere.
Text A TA-Text-3 Here are some tips for healthy eating at home, work, and elsewhere. • Cut down on portion size so you don’t eat too much unhealthy food. • Eat everything in moderation.
Comprehension Check TA-Comprehension Check Use each sentence to help you understand the meaning of each underlined word or phrase. 1. Take a piece of fruit to munch on during your commute. A. eat B. buy C. help D. look at 2. Use “lite” dairy products, which are low fat and better for your health. A. rich B. light C. fatty D. good 3. If you like to eat meat, trim all visible fat. A. eat B. take C. cut off D. clean 4. Cut down on portion size so you don’t eat too much unhealthy food. A. Eat larger portion B. Eat smaller portions C. Cut food with knives D. Buy fewer snacks 5. Eat everything in moderation. A. light B. little C. much D. not too much
3 3 Text B 1-Text B Warm-up Text CriticalThinking
Warm-up TB-Warm-up • Do you like going out for dinners with your friends on weekends? List some reasons. • Which do you prefer, homemade food or food in restaurants? Why?
TB-Text-1 Text B Are You a SHEF? It is Saturday night -- what is a group of friends to do? They could go out to a bar or pub, they could enjoy a wonderful meal in a restaurant. That is what may have happened a few years ago. However, new research has shown that three times as many Britons would rather stay in and cook a meal for friends than have a wild night out. These people are being described as the Stay Home and Entertain Friends (SHEF). Mark is an IT manager from Manchester and could be described as a SHEF. “I like to socialize with my friends, but going out every weekend can be really expensive. We’ve found an alternative: head to the local pub for one or two drinks, then go back to one of our homes for food, drink and listen to some music. Much less hassle and more fun than going into the city center and struggling to get a taxi at 2 a.m.!”
TB-Text-2 Text B The survey also found that many people associated romance with home-cooked, candlelit dinners with their partners, claiming that this was a perfect recipe for a great Saturday night. Couples getting to know each other over a meal is a far healthier way than shouting over noisy, drunken crowds. According to another study by insurancecompany More Than, people are also turning to their homes as a source of entertainment and a sanctuary from the stress of modern living. The new “staying in” culture is driving increased spending on home improvement and entertainment systems within the home. Many people in the UK have set up home cinemas with plasma screen televisions, satellite television and DVD players.
critical thinking Critical Thinking Based on the information in the reading, check the statements that are probably true. Think and explain. 1. A group of friends could go out for entertainment a few years ago. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ A few years ago, it was a fashion for a group of friends to enjoy themselves in a bar or a restaurant on weekends. It was wonderful and refreshing for friends to get together after a week’s work.
Critical Thinking critical thinking Based on the information in the reading, check the statements that are probably true. Think and explain. 2. Mark is a SHEF preferring to entertain his friends at home. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. The new “staying in” culture spends much more on home improvement and entertainment systems. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mark is an IT manager who likes to entertain his friends at home on weekends. He wants to have a more relaxing and less noisy environment. Moreover he can save some money. Friends may feel more comfortable at a home and have more fun. Entertaining friends at home needs more improvement on homes, like having interior decorations, advanced cooking and storing systems, and clean and tidy rooms, etc. In addition, a stereo system and a home cinema would add to the perfection of the entertainment.
Vocabulary Exercises 1-Vocabulary Exercises Match the words or expressions with their definitions. 1. healthy A. advice 2. fatty B. food eaten between meals 3. snack C. a regular trip 4. in moderation D. good for your body 5. tip E. make fit for companionship with others 6. commute F. directions for making food 7. socialize G. containing a lot of fat or oil 8. recipe H. show hospitality to guests; amuse 9. insurance I. not too much 10. entertain J. safeguard against loss, sickness, death, etc in return for regular payments
Vocabulary Activity 1-Vocabulary Activity Food categories. Write names of food for each category below as many as possible. bread noodles rice pie spaghetti pancake pizza … bean oil sesame oil peanut oil olive oil … pork chicken beef goose duck steak bacon … milk cheese butter … shrimp fish clam crab … candy pudding pie cake …
3 3 Writing 1-Writing Step 1 Reading Step 2 Listing Step 3 Filling Step 4 Writing
Step 1 Reading 1-Step 1 Reading Read the menu from the World Café. Check（√）the information you can find. （ ）1. food choices （ ）2. beverage choices （ ）3. prices （ ）4. the name of the restaurant owner （ ）5. the names of the waiters and waitresses （ ）6. the name of the chef （ ）7. a restaurant review
Step 2 Listing 1-Step 2 Listing Look at the menu from the World Café again. Write the items that you would like to order. appetizer: salad: entrée / main course: dessert: beverage:
Step 3 Filling 1-Step 3 Filling What food will you order? I’ll eat at __________. I’ll start with the ________________________. Then I’ll have the ________________ that comes with salad. I’ll have ________________ to drink and ________________ for dessert. Mexican black bean soup World Café roast chicken bottled water ice cream
Louis Restaurant Step 4 Writing 1-Step 4 Writing Look at the two menus. Decide on the restaurant and order what you would like to eat. Write down three or four sentences about your choices and compare yours with your partner’s. CLEO’S CAFÉ Appetizers Green salad Chicken soup Entrées Fried chicken Grilled fish Desserts Ice cream (choice of Chocolate or Vanilla) Beverages Coffee Tea Soft drinks Bottled water Appetizers Shrimp salad Tomato soup Entrées All entrées come with a choice of soup or salad. Grilled steak Fried clams Desserts Fruit salad Chocolate cream pie Beverages Coffee Tea (iced or hot) Fruit juice Soft drinks Key: I’ll eat at Louis’ Restaurant. I’ll start with tomato soup. Then I’ll have grilled steak that comes with salad. I’ll have fruit juice to drink and chocolate cream pie for dessert.
3 3 3 Lesson 2 Lesson 2 Lead-in Listening Speaking Reading Writing
3 Lead-in 2-Lead-in Interview: Do You Eat Healthy Foods? Exercise A Exercise B
Exercise A 2-Exercise A Circle the foods each person talks about. 1. nuts fruit fish vegetables 2. ice cream soda chips candy 3. potatoes yogurt chicken rice 4. an egg bacon milk wheat toast
Exercise B 2-Exercise B Check whether each statement is True or False. T F 1. Lorayn always eats healthy foods. □□ 2. Matt is not a big fan of spicy foods. □□ 3. Jessica says it's OK to eat sweet foods, but not too much. □□ 4. Cortyan never eats vegetables. □□ 5. Matt says wheat toast is part of a good breakfast. □□
3 3 3 Listening 2-Listening Part 1 What Is There to Eat? Part 2 What to Say to a Waiter or Waitress? Part 3 New Words Phrases and Expressions
Part 1 What Is There to Eat? 2-Part-1 Listening Strategy: catching important details Besides understanding the general idea of a listening material, we often find it necessary to catch the important details. Therefore, we need to sharpen our ears for the kind of information we want. Listen to the conversation and circle the correct answer. 1. There is _______ in the fridge. A. fruit B. meat C. cheese 2. The man wants to eat _______. A. yogurt B. seafood C. chicken 3. They decide to _______. A. eat yogurt B. cook at home C. go out to eat 4. The woman wants to have _______. A. chicken B. seafood C. dessert
Part 2 What to Say to a Waiter or Waitress? 2-Part-2 Listen to the conversations in a restaurant and predict the next thing the customer will say to the waiter or waitress. 1. □ Is the tip included in the check? □ We’ll take the check, please. 2. □ Is the tip included? □ We’re ready to order. 3. □ Excuse me! □ No, thanks. We’ll take the check, please. 4. □ Is the tip included? □ Do you accept credit cards? 5. □ I’ll have the seafood soup, please? □ Excuse me?
3 Part 3 2-Part-3 Passage 1 American Cooking. Passage 2 Fast-Food Restaurants.