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SHIRVAN CITY Date:06/02/2015 Topic: Tea in AZERBAIJAN Grade: 7 PRESENTER: SAADAT GULIYEVA
Topic: TEA in AZERBAIJAN AIM:To direct the Ss’ attention to the widely known and used Azerbaijani tea,its importance and fame in the world and brush up their knowledge on tea growing countries through practising listening,speaking,reading and writing skills .
OBJECTIVES STUDENT: Asks and answers questions on the content of the text approprietely Counts the names of the drinks specific to Azerbaijan Expresses ideas on tea in various ways Takes an active part in discussions exchanging ideas on Azerbaijani tea.
STANDARDS 1.1.2. Identifies/defines the main idea in the text listened. 2.1.1. Uses the learned speech models appropriately on the topic.
MOTIVATION (warm-up) What is the song about? What are these pictures about? What is your favourite drink? Why? What do you like to drink? What national drinks do you know?
RESEARCH QUESTIONS What is tea good for? When do we drink tea? What do we drink tea with and why?
KEY WORDS 1.Grow tea, 2. flavour, 3. tea plantation, 4.sleepy, 5. pastries, 6. beverage
EXERCISE : Find True and False statements Creative work: Why do Azerbaijani People Drink Much Tea?
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Tea in Azerbaijan is served freshly brewed, hot and strong. It typically has a bright-colour and is served in crystal or any other glasses or cups. Tea is served continuously when there are guests or when there is an interesting conversation. For Azerbaijanis tea with milk or with sugar is uncommon (according to a common belief, drinking tea with lump sugar instead of sand sugar comes from the medieval period, when rulers who were afraid of being poisoned checked their tea by dunking a piece of sugar in a beverage ).Traditional tea is served with lemon, cube sugar, sweets and fruit desserts Sometimes thyme, mint or rose water is added, which is believed to be good for the stomach and heart.