Дані розробки містять матеріали до уроків англійської мови на тему 'Food', мета яких активізувати лексику учнів на дану тему, розвивати діалогічне мовлення, виховувати ввічливу поведінку під час перебування у ресторані. Також конспект містить презентацію, що пояснює вживання умовних речень першого та другого типу та тренувальні вправи з підручника Grammarway 2 by Jenny Dooley and Verginia Evans
At The Restaurant.
- to encourage pupils to use prior knowledge of vocabulary on the topic.
- to provide the opportunity to practice pupils’ speaking and writing skills;
- to foster student’ reading and listening habits;
- to develop the learners' grammar skills (Conditionals I and II)
- to broaden pupils’ outlook
- to practice pair work and group work;
Equipment: Grammarway 2, presentation ‘Conditionals I, II’, CD 'Opportunities in Britain: Food’,
T. Dear pupils! I’m glad to see you. I feel you have great desire to study English and get much knowledge. All of us go to restaurants sometimes. Some people, especially those who can't cook or don't like cooking, or just don't have time to do this visit restaurants very often. Others go to the restaurant on special occasions. So, today the topic of our lesson is ‘At The Restaurant’. We are going to revise some vocabulary on the topic, do some grammar, watch the video and learn about British restaurants.
II. Main part
T. Well, when we go to the restaurant we usually ask for the menu. The menu usually includes... Can you add some more dishes?
T. What do you usually order when you go to the restaurant? What course do you usually skip?
T. Last time we spoke about Type I Conditional. What is it form? When do we use it? (presentation)
And today we are going to learn how to use Type II Conditionals. Look at the presentation and learn the rule.
Exercises. Grammarway 2, p. 102
T. Now, give advice to your friend.
e.g. If I were you, I'd go to .... They serve delicious/tasty ... there.
T. Very often, when we go to the restaurant, we have to solve problems. What would you say if:
-you are given the wrong food;
- the cutlery isn't clean;
- your food isn't hot enough;
- you want to ask for more drinks;
-you want to pay for your meal;
- you want to book a table in advance;
- you are a vegetarian;
- you want to order a drink;
-you think your bill is wrong.
'Excuse me, I didn't order this'.
'Could I have another spoon, please?'
'Could you heat this up a bit more for me, please?'
'Could I have another glass (or bottle) of ________, please?'
'Could we have the bill, please?'
'I'd like to book a table for three.'
'Is this dish suitable for vegetarians?'
'Could I see the drinks menu, please?'
'Could you check the bill for me, please?'
Eating at Home
Fill in the prepositions in front of, on, down, from (2), for, of, then watch the video and check:
As less time is spent ____ cooking it’s becoming less common _____ families to actually sit _____ and eat together. Takeaways are also popular either ______ an Indian or Chinese restaurant or, ____course, ______ a fish-and-chip shop. Takeaways can be delivered to people’s homes. Pizzas are the great favourite: easy to eat ___________ TV, maybe while you are watching a cookery program.
Fill in the gaps with a, an, the, or nothing, then watch the video and check:
_____ fast food restaurants serving ____ burgers and chips are everywhere. There is also _____ huge variety of restaurants to choose from with _____ cuisines from all over ____ world. _____ first Indian Curry House opened in ____ London in 1809. There are now nearly 10 000 Indian restaurants in ____ Britain. And one of ____ most popular dishes in Britain today is ____ chicken tikka misala which combines ____ traditional British taste for ____ gravy masala with ____ original Indian dish chicken tikka. It’s ____ true British national dish - ___ fusion of two traditions.
T. Listen and check.
Are these sentences T/F.
1. British people spend a lot of time on cooking.
2. It is common for British families to sit down and eat together.
3.Takesaway are very popular with British people.
4. Fish and chips is one of the most popular dishes in Gr. Br.
5.Pizza is often delivered to people's home in Britain.
1. What restaurants can be found in Gr. Br. everywhere?
2. What do they serve?
3. When was the first Indian Curry House opened?
4.How many Indian restaurants are there in Britain today?
5.What is chicken tikka masala?
6. Would you try this dish if you were in Britain?
T. I liked your work today. You were great! (The teacher puts the marks to the pupils). I hope the information you've learned today will be useful for you. What do you like most about today's lesson?
T. Do ex.9, p. 109 Grammarway 2, make up a dialogue using the phrases from the lesson and be ready to act it out in the classroom.
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