Конспект уроку з англійської мови для учнів 6 класу на тему: "Їжа. Улюблені страви".

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Мета уроку: систематизувати та узагальнити знання учнів з теми "Їжа. Улюблені страви"; розвивати навички аудіювання, читання, письма, парної та групової роботи учнів; практикувати учнів у створенні власних проєктів на уроці; розширити кругозір учнів; виховувати любов до праці
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6th form

Lesson

Topic: Food. Favourite dishes

Objectives:

Practical

  • to summarize and systematize pupils’ knowledge on the topic;
  • to develop listening, reading, writing skills;
  • to develop the pupils’ pair and group communicative skills;
  • to practise pupils’ project work.

Educational

  • to widen the pupils’ outlook;
  • to bring up pupils as hard-working persons.

Developing

  • to develop memory;
  • to develop attention, quick reaction, interests, artistic abilities.

Type: a summarizing and systematizing lesson

Equipment: a blackboard, pictures on the topic “Food”, a tape-recorder, a multimedia board, a proverb, projects, copies of the text.

Time: 45 minutes.

Procedure

I.  Preliminaries

1.  Introducing the topic and the aim of the lesson.

Teacher: Good afternoon, dear children!

Pupils: Good afternoon, dear teacher!

Teacher: I’m glad to see you.

Pupils: We’re glad to see you, too.

Teacher: Are you ready to start our lesson?

Pupils: Of course, we are.

Teacher: If it is so, let’s start. Sit down, please.

As you know, we’re studying a very interesting and popular topic. It is “Food. Favourite dishes”. We can’t imagine our life without food. Food is the staff of our life. We live not to eat but eat to live. You know such a good proverb, I think.

Today at the lesson we’ll summarize and systematize our knowledge on the topic: talk about your likes and dislikes in food, recite rhymes, develop your listening, reading and writing skills, invent a new dish, practise a project work, develop your pair and group communicative skills.

2.  Warming up.

a)  Phonetic drills.

Teacher: Children! Imagine we’re in a food train where we can see many products. Our train is going to a very tasty “Food Country”. Let’s see what the train is bringing. Listen to the chant and repeat every line after me.

Bacon and eggs,

Apples and pears,

Bread and butter,

Plums and custard,

Cheese and biscuits,

Fish and chips,

Chocolate cake,

Ice-cream,

Fruits.

(Pupils repeat the chant after the teacher.)

  1. Discussion.

Teacher: Children! What products have you heard?

What do you like among them?

What is not useful?

What can we fry and boil?

(Pupils answer the teacher’s questions.)

  1. Teacher: Boys and girls! What rhymes about food do you know? (Pupils recite their rhymes.)

I like pizza

You like cheese

We like ice-cream

Ice-cream, please!

 

I like coffee.

You like tea.

I like you and

You like me!

 

Milk and bread

For little Fred

Tea and jam

For brother Sam.

But I drink orange juice

Cocoa, milk, tomato juice.

 

On Sunday I like steak and chips

On Monday bread and cheese

On Tuesday Coca-Cola

And pizza … m-m-m, yes, please.

Teacher: Thank you. Good for you.

  1. Lexical drills.

Teacher: And now I’ve got a very funny rhyme for you. You’ll finish the lines like real poets. Are you poets? Let’s see.

I am Sam. I like … (jam)

I am Bruce. I like … (juice)

I am Sophie. I like … (coffee)

He is Tony. He likes … (macaroni)

She is Betty. She likes … (spaghetti)

He is Lee. He likes … (tea)

Teacher: How clever you are! You are real poets. Thanks.

II.  Main part.

  1. Listening skills.

Teacher: Children! You’ve got some information about English meals. Now I’ll give you some statements. Your task is to agree or disagree with them. Let’s see how you remember English meals.

+ The English take 4 meals a day.

- In England breakfast time is between 9 and 12. (7 and 9)

- Lunch is the biggest meal of the day in all English families. (in some)

- People in England never eat sandwiches. (eat)

+ The English like to have tea with milk.

- English people have soup for breakfast. (dinner)

+ It’s good to have a walk after supper.

- The English proverb says, “After supper sleep a while, after dinner walk a mile”. (dinner, supper)

Teacher: Good for you!

  1. Speaking skills. Pair communicative skills.

Teacher: Children! Now I want to have a talk about Ukrainian food with you. I have some questions and you’ll answer them. Pay attention to your grammar, pronunciation.

How many meals a day have you got?

What is breakfast time in Ukraine?

What do you usually have for breakfast (dinner, supper)?

What are your favourite dishes?

What are your favourite drinks?

What are Ukrainian popular dishes?

(A pupil gives a report about it.)

Are you a good or bad eater?

(Pupils answer and ask questions to the teacher.)

  1. A game “Jigsaw sentences”.

(The pupils are divided into two groups at the beginning of the lesson. One group – team “Apples”, the second one – “Pears”.)

Teacher: Attention, teams, please. “Apples” and “Pears” have cards. “Apples” – the beginning of the sentences, “Pears” – the ending of them. Apples! Your task is to find your partners with the ending of your sentences. Pears! Find the partners with the beginning of them. Let’s start. (A game in its process.)

  1. People cannot live without
  2. Animals, fish, birds and plants
  3. Bread, sugar, meat, butter, cheese, rice
  4. Meat, fish and milk
  5. Vegetables, eggs, cornflakes
  6. You must eat vegetables and fruit 

food.

cannot live without food either.

make you strong and give you energy.

help you grow.

make your bones and teeth strong.

because they have got a lot of vitamins.

Teacher: Good for you! I thank both teams!

  1. Group Work. (A teacher gives tasks to the teams.)
  1. Teacher: (to “Apples”)

When I make a salad, I take …

(Pupils write ingredients of a salad on a sheet of paper.)

Teacher: (to “Pears”)

Write as many names of fruits as you can.

(Pupils do the task.)

2)  Teacher: Each group has a very important task to make up a recipe of some dish with the help of the ingredients given by me. It can be a starter, a main dish. You name the dishes yourselves. But the name of the dish you are writing not to sound. It will be the task for each team. (“Apples” name the dish of “Pears” and “Pears” give a name to the dish of “Apples”.) If you guess, you are a winner. You can use the verbs on the board as a helper.

(Then each team presents a recipe.)

Ingredients:

potatoes

salt

butter

milk

Directions:

Wash (peel, slice, boil, drain) potatoes, add salt, butter and milk, mash them. (mashed potatoes)

 p. 75

 

Ingredients:

sweet pepper

onions

vegetable oil

fennel

vinegar

tomatoes

cucumbers

parsley

sugar

salt

Directions:

Slice all the ingredients, combine and mix them. Slice parsley, fennel and add to the mixture. Add salt, vegetable oil, vinegar. Decorate with cucumbers, tomatoes, onions. (a Bulgarian salad)

p. 79

 Teacher: Your project work was wonderful.

  1. Relaxing.

Teacher! Let’s have a rest. Stand up, please. Let’s revise and do our exercises.

If you like carrots – touch your nose.

If you like tomatoes – please, turn around.

If you like cucumbers – clap your hands 3 times.

If you like onions – stamp your feet 3 times.

  1. Group Work.

Teacher: Each group should invent a new dish. Take necessary ingredients, describe a cooking process and give a name to your dish. (It is pupils’ project work; p. 76, 79.)

Teacher: Thanks. At home for today’s lesson you have prepared recipes of your favourite dishes. Who wants to present it?

7.  Teacher: Children! What food do we eat when we have some holiday: New Year, Christmas, Birthday and who cooks it in your family? (Children’s answers: on New Year we eat … etc.)

Teacher: And now I’ll give you the names of some food and you guess in which country it is popular. Let’s start.

Porridge, pudding – Britain;

varenyky – Ukraine;

hot dogs – America;

Spaghetti, macaroni – Italy.

Children! What foreign food do you know? Can you tell anything about it to us? (Pupils answer making a report, p. 186. It’s an information project. Pupils get marks.)

8.  Writing skills. Lexical skills.

Task 1. Read and complete the recipe for tea. Write down it using the words: boil, fill, warm, put, pour.

____ the kettle with water. ____ the water. ____ the teapot. ____ one teaspoon of tea per cup into the teapot. ____ hot water. Brew from 5 to 8 minutes.

(Pupils do this task in groups; a board.)

Task 2. Read the words and circle the odd word:

cheese, sausage, sandwich, to boil;

cheese, ice-cream, sour cream, eggs;

to cut, to boil, to mix, bread.

9. Teacher: Boys and girls! Now you’ll get some additional information about foreign cookery reading a text. (A text is given.)

In Britain people eat pudding and roast beef.

Italy is known for its spaghetti, macaroni, sauces with tomatoes, garlic   

and oil.

In Germany sausages, potatoes, cabbage and beer are popular.

Fish is popular in Spain.

Rice is popular in Japan, China, India.

In Africa people like corn, rice.

III.  Home Assignment and Summing-up.

Teacher: Create a project about your family diet. Everybody gets a letter box. Your task is to find 30 words on the topic “Food” in it and write them into the copy-books. 1 point for each word. The total number is 30.

You’ve worked very well. You’ve got such marks for your work at the lesson.

Children! What have we done at our today’s lesson?

Thanks. The lesson is over. Good luck.

Good-bye.

A song.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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