Учитель английского языка
«Специалист 1 категории»,
1-111 СТУПЕНЕЙ №5»
УРОК ПО ТЕМЕ: HEALTHY EATING в 7 классе
Формировать интерес к учебно-познавательной деятельности через повышение мотивации к обучению, повышать уровень сплоченности;
активизировать изученную лексику по теме: FOOD; учить делать презентации творческих проектов; провести интерактивный опрос и контроль навыков письма;
развивать коммуникативные навыки учащихся, навыки аудирования, умения использовать изученный материал в новых ситуациях общения; воспитывать здоровые привычки.
интерактивный, наглядный, практический.
коммуникативно- ориентированного обучения.
-Good afternoon, children. I am glad to see you. What do you feel today and why?
- I feel happy (excited, nervous) because…
-Today we are going to discuss one of the most important problems of our life – healthy food. We’ll discuss how balanced diet helps us to be fit, healthy and strong. You will know something interesting and new for you. I hope that our co-operation will be important and useful for you and for me. You’ll see that your health is in your own hands.
a) Thousands years ago ancient Greeks said: The ‘first ‘wealth is health. ‘Health is the ‘best wealth. These words will be a motto of our lesson.
English people also have proverbs about healthy eating. Let’s remember some of them. Do you agree that?
1. An apple a day keeps the doctor away? (P: It’s true because we must eat fruit and vegetables as there are a lot of vitamins that is useful for our health.)
2. You are what you eat? (P: I agree because if you eat the right food we will be fit and healthy and if our food is junk we can get some diseases.)
3. Eat to live, not live to eat? (P: That’s right because it’s very harmful to eat a lot and sometimes dangerous not to eat enough.)
You know a lot of words on the topic Food Look at these words. You should find the rhyming twins. For example: Ben-ten
c) WRITE AS MANY WORDS AS YOU CAN ACCORDING TO THE COLOURS:
4.ОЦЕНОЧНО - СМЫСЛОВОЙ
a) Pupils, are you sure that food you usually eat is good for your health? Listen to Dr. Murphy’s lecture and answer what food is useful.
-In order to stay healthy it is important to have a balanced diet – in other words, food that contains something from each of the three main groups of food. These groups are protein, fat, and carbohydrates.
You find protein in lots of food, for example meat, fish, nuts, cheese and milk. It helps your body to grow and to be healthy and it gives you energy. Fat gives you energy but don’t eat a lot – it’s bad for you. There are a lot of fatty foods that come from animals, for example milk, cheese, butter and meat.
Carbohydrates give you more than 70% of your energy. Bread, pasta, cereals, fruits, and vegetables such as potatoes and cabbage all contain lots of carbohydrates.
Fruits, vegetables, beans and nuts, brown bread have fiber. It doesn’t give you energy but it fills your stomach when you are hungry.
There are many different vitamins and minerals. They help our body be healthy. You can find vitamin B in eggs, nuts, milk, meat and cereals. It helps our bodies process the foods we eat. Vitamin C is in lemons, oranges and broccoli. It’s good for our bones and teeth. There is vitamin D in milk, eggs, butter and cheese. It
helps our bones grow properly. Vitamin E is in lettuce, nuts, broccoli and cereals. It keeps our sin healthy.
Pupils listen to the text for the first time, then they are given the text of the lecture with missing words which they fill in and then read.
b). The pupsls fill in the table: 3
c) Using the table pupils speak about the groups and vitamins.
d) JOKES” AT TABLE”.
Here are some typical short English jokes. They have been mixed up. Match the beginnings and the endings and dramatize the jokes.
1. MOTHER: It’s nine o’clock and you aren’t in bed yet. What will father say when he comes home?
MOTHER: Well, Mike, haven’t I given you five already?
3.”Look here, waiter, I have just found a button in my soup”.
4. Have a look at the cake I decorated for my birthday party! Don’t you think my taste is wonderful?
5. “Only cheese for dinner?”
6. “What have you brought, waiter? Is it tea or coffee?”
“Can’t you taste it, sir?”
A) “Oh, thank you, sir. I have been looking all over for it”.
B)”You see, Daddy, I was going to cook everything, but cutlets caught fire, so I had to take the soup to put it out”.
C) MIKE: He’ll say,” Supper! Supper! Where is my supper?”
D) “No, I can’t”. “Then isn’t it the same to you?”
E) MIKE: Yes, you have…But they all melted in my tea.
F) Husband, counting the candles on the cake:”Yes, but your arithmetic is terrible.”
a) Answer the questions, please:
1. What’s your favourite dish?
2. What do you usually eat/drink at school (for breakfast, on a special occasion)?
3. Who skips breakfast?
4. Who eats regularly?
5. Do you eat between meals?
6. Who likes to eat many sweets?
7. Do you eat whole meal bread instead of white?
8. Do you prefer low fat food?
9. Do you prefer semi products?
10. Do you use alcohol?
11. Do you have bad habits?
12. Who prefers hot and spicy food?
13. Are you fond of fatty foods?
14. Who likes coca-cola?
b) Now unite into two groups and using the answers show us good and bad habits in our nutrition.
1. The majorities of pupils skip breakfast- it is bad for young people. Not without reason you can hear the proverb” Eat breakfast yourself”.
2. Snacks between meals are very popular with our pupils. Schools also sell snacks such as crisps, chocolate, sweets, scones and biscuits.
3. Semi products are very often used because people work a lot and don’t have time to cook.
4. Ukrainian people are fond of fat products, such as lard, bacon, and shashlik or cream. Fat can cause obesity and heart diseases. A lot of people are overweight.
5. Using such drinks as cola and more over alcohol is a very bad habit.
6. Also there are people who don't eat meat or fowl at all. They are vegetarians. But it isn't good, because in fish and in meat there are some ingredients without which our health won't be strong.
7. Many people have to eat out of home in restaurants or in cafes. In such places you can order French fries, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, crisps, pizza and many others, but these meals are very harmful for our health. There are people who like salty, hot and spicy or sweet food. Also we all like roasted and grilled food, but it is also very harmful.
1. People use a lot of fruit and vegetables- they are rich in vitamins.
2. The fashion for healthy food is growing all the time. People started to eat less fat and more fiber. High fiber and low fat foods can be found in all shops and supermarkets.
3. Many people follow a calorie-controlled diet. They try to cut out snacks, eat whole meal bread instead of white and lose weight.
4. Our government took a decision to ban drinking alcohol in public places.
5. Nowadays a lot of people believe that only healthy food must be eaten. They don't eat spaghetti, chops, sausages, grilled meat fish, fowl. They prefer to eat
boiled and stewed vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, egg-plants, and carrots. They certainly eat meat and fish but only boiled.
6. In all big cities you can find Indian, Chinese, Japanese and other oriental restaurants. Nowadays you can order you favourite meals by telephone, but despite it a lot of people like to cook themselves.
7. Before cooking something you must buy some food stuffs. In big cities there are supermarkets and department stores where you can buy everything you need in daily life: from a tooth brush up to cars and furniture. Certainly you can buy there any food stuffs. Also there are food shops and markets. In markets it is better to buy greens, vegetables and fruits. It is safer to buy meat, fowl and fish in shops because they must be kept in refrigerator.
-Thanks a lot for your work and now some facts to entertain you
“The Guinness World Record Book”
1. World’s largest chocolate bar unveiled in Armenia
According to a September 14, 2010 Washington Post story, "The Guinness World Record folks certified that the largest bar of chocolate [above and below] was created by the Grand Candy Factory in Yerevan, Armenia." The nearly five-ton (9,702 pounds) bar is 18.7 feet long, 9.2 feet wide and 10 inches thick.
2. The largest pizza ever made was at the Norwood Pick 'n Pay hypermarket in Johannesburg, South Africa. According to the Guinness Book of Records the pizza was 37.4 meters in diameter and was made using 500 kg of flour, 800 kg of cheese and 900 kg of tomato puree. This was accomplished on December 8, 1990.
3. The best giant watermelon growers in the world would have to be the Lloyd Bright family from Arkansas, USA. In the summer of 2005, they grew two world record breaking watermelons, the largest weighing in at an incredible 122 kilograms! That’s almost 4 average sized kids! The family has a long history of growing giant watermelons - they also set new records in 1979 and 1985. Their world record 122kg melon was certified by Guinness in 2006
4. This Chocolate Easter egg according to the Guinness Book of Records is largest Easter egg ever; the Easter egg was made by the Belgian chocolate producer Julian who prepared the chocolate egg with at least 50.000 bars on behalf of the city of St. Nikolas, Belgium. The egg measured 8.32 meters high. Twenty-six craftsmen worked altogether 525 hours to build the egg. They used 1950 kg of chocolates to create the confectionary giant.
5. The largest sandwich weighed 2,467,5 kilos and was made in Michigan, USA on March, 17, 2005.
6. The longest sausage
Turija, Serbia, February 28, 2009--Yard after yard of sausage is made in preparation for Turija's 25th annual sausage festival. The result: a 6,643-foot (2,025-meter) coil of the meat product.
Turija already holds the Guinness Book record for longest sausage. Each year, the town breaks its own record by a centimeter, according to Balkaninsight.
7. The Worlds Largest Wedding Cake.
It is insanely huge! It is 17 feet tall and weighs 15,032 pounds, that's more than 5 Volkswagen Beetles! It is made from vanilla cake and frosting & they needed 2 fork-lifts to assemble it.
8. It’s not very hard to guess where you can find pyramid shaped watermelons. If your answer is Japan than you are right. Few years ago Japanese start producing square watermelons because oval form of the watermelon is very difficult to stack. The experiment was successful and now they are producing watermelons in all kind of forms. The most unique watermelons forms can go from $100 to $1 000, while regular oval watermelon costs $15-$20.
9. For now there are only 16 pyramid shape watermelons and one can be yours for just $950 USD!
10. World Longest Cucumber set Guinness Records.
Israeli Yitzhak Yazdanpana poses with a cucumber that grew in his garden near Tel Aviv in June 30, 2009. The 118 cm cucumber entered into the Guinness Book of World Records.
b) PRESENTATION: Pizza
Ingredients for the base: 500g flour, 4 tablespoons olive oil,1 teaspoon salt
300 ml warm water, 2 teaspoons dried yeast,1/2 teaspoon sugar
Ingredients for the piazzaiola (the tomato stuff to cover the base)
3 tablespoons olive oil, 1 /2 clove of garlic, 400g tin of chopped tomatoes
1 teaspoon oregano, a couple of leafs of fresh basil,1/4 teaspoon of salt
A pinch of freshly ground pepper
Toppings (per pizza) (use any cheese and topping you like, this is just an example)
One mozzarella cheese,2 slices of ham,2 slices of salami
1. Put the flour into a bowl.
2. Mix the yeast with the sugar and 50ml of warm water and stir, let sit for 10 minutes until it develops a nice foam on top.
3. Add the olive oil and salt to the flour.
4. This is what the yeast will look like after 10 minutes. Now add the yeast to the flour, oil and salt and add the rest of the lukewarm water (250 ml). Mix with your hands and knead until you have smooth dough...
5. ... this should look like this! If you have any left-over dough, you can easily freeze it - I always make a bit more and keep the rest in the freezer for a quick supper.
6. Cover the dough with a clean, dry dish towel and let it sit for an hour.
7. In the meantime, prepare a simple pizzaiola - chop the onion and the garlic, fry in the olive oil, add the tomatoes and the spices. Let simmer for half an hour to reduce the moisture, take a blender to it and then let it cool down.
8. This is what the dough will look like after it has risen. Now is the time to preheat your oven to full blast.
9. Take 1/3 of the dough and spread it out into the pizza pan with your fingers. Let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes so it can rise again. If you want a very thin and crisp base, roll out the dough with a rolling pin instead of spreading it with your fingers.
10. Chop the mozzarella.
11. Chop up your toppings - I'm using ham and salami here.
12. Spread the piazzaiola - best done by putting it into the middle and then moving the pan quickly back and forth.
13. Put on your toppings...
Don't overdo it on the topping side - stick with 2 or 3 toppings and don't put on too much. An overloaded pizza isn't any good.
14. And then put on the cheese. Put into the pre-heated oven for approx.
20 minutes. If you find that your cheese starts to burn before the pizza base
is done, put the pizza into the oven without the cheese for 5 minutes and then
add the cheese.
15. 20 minutes later - and look at that… Help yourself!!!
Now let’s sing a song“I Like Food”.
I. I like food, I like eating lots and lots of food. (2 times)
Bread and jam, and meat, and fish,
Cakes and biscuits too.
Beans and mustard, eggs and chips,
Mutton steaks, potatoes peas,
And salted mushrooms too.
II. I like food, I like eating lots and lots of food. (2 times)
Cabbage, tomatoes, lettuce leaves,
Chocolate and cheese,
Toast and butter, soup and spices,
Onions, cereal, cucumber slices,
Marrows, pumpkins, beets
Don’t forget I also like drinking, when I eat:
Coffee, tea and water soda,
Fruity lemonade, coca-cola,
Sugar makes them sweet.
I like food, I like eating lots and lots of food. (2 times)Some more, please.
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