Unit2 Healthy eating
Period one Warming up
To appreciate what a balanced diet is.
Step 1. Lead in
Hello, everyone! Today we are going to talk about an interesting topic---Health Eating. Before our beginning, please write down what you each think about making a healthy meal, whether you eat a healthy diet, and whether you know that the food you eat helps you grow in different ways. As you’re ready, compare your idea with your partner. And then, we’ll invite some pair s of you to give us your ideas. Classify food according to their functions and fill in the form. Foods to give energy Fast energy food rice noodles bread …… Step 2. Discussion Ask Ss to work the following questions out in groups and let them become familiar with the contents of each one. Questions: 1. Why do you think the food is divided into different groups? 2. How does this information help you make a healthy meal? Step 3. Analysing Now, please design a meal which they enjoy. And then analyse your meal according to the categories of food set out in the textbook.
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Foods to grow bones Foods that give fiber and muscle (body-building foods) meat for digestion and health (protective food) all vegetables all fruit …….
Slow energy food
eggs milk …….
1. Is their meal balanced? 2. Does it include food from each of the three categories? What (if anything) is missing? Step 4. To examine the answers. The first three questions are all persons. But the forth question is not. (What will happen to you if you don’t eat a balanced diet?) Suggested answers: if you eat too much energy-giving foods you will become fat and suffer from high blood pressure; if you eat too much body-building food you will grow taller and stronger but not necessarily healthier; if you eat too much protective foods for every meal you may lack energy. However without protective food(over a long period of time) you can get serious illnesses like scurvy(lack of vitamin C) or rickets(lack of vitamin D); if you don’t eat enough food of any of the three kinds you may get anorexia(too thin). Step 5. Homework: Write down more you know about diet.
Period two Reading
1. Enable Ss to become more aware of the difficulties associated with prepared foods. 2. Help Ss know the harms of unbalanced diets.
Step 1. Pre-reading 1. Discuss in groups Work out what nutrition they have Which food contains more…? sugar Examples of foods chocolate or grapes cakes or bananas fat cream or rice chocolate or chicken fibre peas or nuts Pork or cabbage protein
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potato crisps or ham
eggs or cream 2. Thinking 1) What do you think should go into a good meal? 2) Imagine you and your partner are going to invite some friends for dinner. What special food of your place would you offer them? Plan a menu. Answers: 1) A good meal should contain some food from each of the three categories above. 2) Sample dialogue: S1: Now our favourite dishes in my hometown involve noodles. What abut you? S2: Well, I like noodles too, so let’s use that for the energy-giving part of our dinner. S1: What do you like to eat with noodles? S2: My favourite sauces are spicy ones. So let’s suggest noodles with spicy tofu. That’s very healthy and contains some of the body-building food too. Now we just need to include the protective food. S1: Yes, you’re right. Now what about vegetables? They’re protective food and I think beans are nice with some sour and spicy sliced potato. S2: Sounds fun to me. Let’s write it down… 3. Predicting Look at the title of the reading passage and the pictures. Predict what the passage is about. Step 2. Reading 1. Language points 1) Wang Peng sat in his empty restaurant feeling very frustrated. 王鹏坐在他那空荡荡的 餐馆里，感到很沮丧。 feeling very frustrated 是-ing 形式短语作伴随状语。 He placed two tables together spreading all the papers out on them. 他把两张桌子摆在一 起，把卷子铺放在上面。 Pretending to look frightened, I backed towards the door. 我装出害怕的样子，退到门口。 2) By now his restaurant ought to be full of people. 到了这个时候，他的餐馆本该宾客盈 门的。 ought to 应该；应当
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There is one thing I ought to discuss with you before we start. 我们开始前还有一件事我 要和你谈。 Something ought to be done about the waste. 得想办法处理这些垃圾了。 be full of 充满 He was full of curiosity. 他的心里充满了好奇。 The house was full of heavy smoke and shouting. 房子里充满了浓烟和喊叫声。 3) “Nothing could be better,” he thought. 他想：“再没有比这些更好吃的了。” 比较级的否定形式，实际上表示的是最高级的含义。 “Did you sleep well last night?” “Never better, like a rock.” “你昨夜睡得怎样？”“从未这么 好过，睡得很死。” Nobody loved money better than he did. 没人比他更受财。 I think nothing is more pleasant than traveling. 我想没有什么比旅馆更令人愉快。 4) Suddenly he saw his friend Li Chang hurrying by. 突然间，他看到自己的朋友李昌匆 匆走过。 see, hear, notice, watch, feel 等动词后面的宾语补足语可以是不带 to 的动词原形， 也 可以是-ing 形式，但两者的含义不完全相同，前者着重叙述事实的经过，后者着 重偶然觉察到的一个正在进行的动作。 I saw him put everything in his bag and go out. 我看见他把所有的东西都装进了口袋， 走了出去。 I saw him putting something in the bag. 我看见他正向口袋里装东西。 I watched her step off the sidewalk, cross the road, and disappear into the post office. 我看着 她走下人行道，穿过马路，进了邮局。 When I glanced out of the window I saw Daisy crossing the road. 我目光转向窗外， 看见戴 西正在过马路。 5) Tired of all that fat? Want to lose weight? 肥腻的东西吃厌了吧？想变瘦吗？ 这是省略的句子，完整的句子应当是：Are you tired of all that fat? Do you want to lose weight? 因此朗读时应注意用升调。 be tired of 对。 。 。 。 。 。厌倦。 I am tired of the same food every day. Cant we have something different? 天天吃同样的食
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品让人厌倦，难道我们不能换些花样吗？ He has got tired of living abroad. He is considering going back to China. 他厌倦了国外的生 活正在考虑回到中国去。 6）Wang Peng was amazed at this and especially at the prices. 五鹏对此感到吃惊，特别 是对它们的价格。 be amazed at 对。 。 。 。 。 。感到惊讶；惊愕 Everybody was amazed at his design. 大家都对他的设计感到惊讶。 You would be amazed at how difficult is was. 要知道这是多么困难，你会大为诧异的。 7) He could not have Yong Hui getting away with telling people lies! 他可不能让雍慧哄骗 人们后跑掉。 have somebody doing something 让某人做某事；让某情况发生 Our success in the Athens Olympics has me wondering whether we can win even more medals next time. 我们在雅典奥运会上的成功让我真想知道下一届我们能否赢得更多的 奖牌。 get away with (做了某事)而不受惩罚，携带。 。 。 。 。 。跑掉 For that serious accident, he got away with only a fine. 那么严重的事故，他缴了罚款就 完事了。 They got away with damaging the car. 他们损坏了汽车却逃之夭夭。 2. Listening to the tape Have the following questions read the text silently and identify questions they have about the content and meaning. The questions will help them have a good understanding of the text. ? The two restaurants supplied the healthy diet. ? The reason why Yong Hui’s restaurant was so popular with customers. ? Wang Pengwei found out why he had lost his customers and decided to win them back. Now please listen to the recording of the text. Pay attention to the pronunciation of each word and the pauses within each sentence. 3. Scanning Next you are to read and underline all the useful expressions or collocations in the passage. Copy them to your notebook after class as homework. Get the main idea of the text.
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The main idea of: Para 1: Wang Peng’s menu and the popularity of his restaurant Para 2: Finding Yong Hui’s restaurant Para 3: Yong Hui’s restaurant and menu Para 4: Wang Peng’s research Step 3. Comprehending 1. Read the passage carefully and think about these statements. Tick the correct boxes. Give reasons for your answers.
1) Usually Wang Peng’s restaurant was full of people. 2) Yong Hui could make people thin in two weeks by giving them a good diet. 3) Wang Peng’s regular customers often became fat. 4) Yong Hui’s menu gave customers more energy-giving food. 5) Wang Peng’s menu gave customers more protective food. 6) Wang Peng decided to compete with Yong Hui by copying her menu. 2. In your own words explain the following sentences or parts of sentences taken from the passage. 1) Something terrible must have happened if Li Chang was not coming to eat in his restaurant as he always did. 2) He could not have Yong Hui getting away with telling people lies! 3) Perhaps with a discount and a new sigh he could win his customers back. 3. Read the Warming up and the passage again and write out your answers. 1) The weakness of the diet in Wang Peng’s restaurant was that it did not give__________ 2) The strength of the diet in Wang Peng’s restaurant was that it provided______________ 3) The weakness of the diet in Yong Hui’s restaurant was that it did not give____________ 4) The strength of the diet in Yong Hui’s restaurant was that it provided________________ 4. The passage can be divided into 3 parts. Give the main idea in each part and then retell the story in your own words. 5. Discuss these questions in pairs. Write down your main points and compare them with those of another pair.
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1) What do you think Wang Peng will provide to win his customers back? 2) How do you think the story will end? 6. Many different kinds of cooking are mentioned in the passage. Make a list of them and find out what cooking skills they describe. Answers: 1. 1—6 TFTFFF 2. 1) Li Chang always came to his restaurant so if he did not, it meant that something seious had happened to stop him. 2) He did not want Yong Hui to tell lies and people to believe her. 3) If he gave his customers cheaper prices and advertised the benefits of his menu, perhaps his customers would return. 3. 1) enough protective food 2) plenty of energy-giving food 3) enough energy-giving food 4) plenty of protective food 4. 1) Wang Peng is worried because his restaurant is not as full as it usually is. 2) He follows his friend to a newly opened restaurant which is very popular. 3) Worried, he does some research to win his customers back. Suggested summary of the story: Wang Peng is worried because his customers are not coming to his restaurant as they usually did. He follows his friend to a newly opened restaurant which offers to make people thin in two weeks. Worried, he does some research and tries to win his customers back. 5. 1) Wang Peng will offer more protective food with his meals such as salad. He will cook his food in less oil. He will stop serving ice cream and cola because both of thos have too much fat or sugar. 2) Wang Peng will lose his restaurant. Yong Hui will come to his restaurant and become very angry with him. Yong Hui’s customers will become so tired they will return to Wang Peng’s restaurant. 6. Kind of cooking 1 barbecue 2 roast
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What skill it describes Cook food on a metal frame over a fire, usually outdoors Cook something in an oven of over a fire
3 stir-fry 4 fry 5 boil
Cook quickly by moving the food around continuously in very hot oil Cook something in hot fat or oil Cook something in boiling water
Step 4. Homework: 1. Go over what we’ve learn and finish the exercises in workbook. 2. Try to retell the text.
Period three Grammar
should 和 ought to 1. should 和 ought to 表示责任、建议或劝告，翻译为“应该”，后者语气强一些，可 用于各种人称。 You should listen to the doctor’s advice if you want to recover soon. Such things ought not to be allowed. 2. should 接动词的完成式，是一种谴责，表示过去应该做而没有做或过去做了而 不应该做。 I missed the class. I should have come earlier. I shouldn’t have made such a foolish mistake. 3. 表示要求，命令时，语气由 should（应该） 、had better 最好） 、must（必须）渐 强。 have to 和 must 1. 两词都是'必须'的意思，have to 表示客观的需要， must 表示说话人主观上的 看法，既主观上的必要。 My brother was very ill, so I had to call the doctor in the middle of the night. 这件事) He said that they must work hard.（主观上要做这件事） 2. have to 有人称、数、时态的变化，而 must 只有一种形式。但 must 可用于间接 引语中表示过去的必要或义务。 He had to look after his sister yesterday. 3. 在否定结构中： don't have to You don't have to tell him about it.
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You mustn't tell him about it. need 和 have to 1. need 表示需要，主要用于否定句和疑问句。用于疑问句，肯定回答用 must，否 定回答用 needn’t have to 表示他人或客观情况要求"必须"，也可以翻译为"不得不"， have to 否定形式意思是"不一定"或"没有必要"。 You needn’t come if you don’t want to. I don’t think you need be so polite to her. You don’t have to work so hard if you just want to pass Band 4. Because of the heavy rain, the children have had to get up earlier than usual this week. 2. need 后面接动词的完成式，主要用于否定句，表示本可不必做某事。 “needn’t +不定式完成式”表示“本来不必做，但实际做了”。
注：didn’t need to do 表示： 过去不必做某事, 事实上也没做。 Needn’t have done 表示： 过去不必做某事, 但事实上做了。 John went to the station with the car to meet Mary, so she didn’t need to walk back home. John went to the station with the car to meet Mary, so she needn’t have walked back home. There was plenty of time. She __________. A. mustn’t have hurried C. must not hurry B. couldn’t have hurried D. needn’t have hurried
答案 D。needn’t have done. 意为"本不必"，即已经做了某事，而时实际上不必要。 Mustn’t have done 用法不正确，对过去发生的事情进行否定性推断应为 couldn’t have done, "不可能已经"。 must not do 不可以（用于一般现在时） 。
Period four Learning about language
Step 1. Revision 1. Check the students’ homework. 2. Ask some students to retell the text. Step 2. Discovering useful words and expressions. 1. Find words and expressions from the text that mean the same. 1) ___________________something that you say is not true 2) ___________________not to be punished for something
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3) ___________________uncooked 4) ___________________the strong wish to know about something 5) ___________________someone who buys things or services from a shop, company, etc 6) ___________________a particular quality that gives someone or something an advantage 2. Fill in the blanks with words from the left box and paraphrase the italicized parts using the phrases from the right box.
balanced diet slim ought to raw energetic lose weight lose interest lose heart lose face
Julie wanted to become thinner. She knew she (1)_________ eat more vegetables and fruit but little meat. However, as she was so afraid of being laughed at by her friends, she did not consult a doctor but lived on a (2)_________ of rice, (3)_________ vegetables, bananas and lemons. Three weeks later, she found she weighed as much as ever. She felt so sad and hopeless about herself and her behaviour changed. She didn’t dare to face her boyfriend and she was unwilling to visit her friends any more. Luckily, her best friend Fred came to see her and encouraged her to exercise, eat a (4)_________ diet and enjoy life again. Soon Julie became amazingly (5)_________ and (6)_________! She felt very happy. 3. Do the underlined letters in each group have the same pronunciation? Tick the odd one out. Then check if the words in each group refer to the same kind of food. Cross out the odd one and give your reasons. 1) peach 3) bacon cream pear bean 2) butter nut sugar mutton strawberry watermelon
ham cabbage lamb 4) lemon
4. In pares make up a dialogue about food you like or dislike, using the expressions, below and as many food words as you know.
My favourite food/fruit/meat is… fried chichen smoked chicken roast duck I’m fond of… I don’t often eat… barbecued mutton lemon beef sweet and sour fish Answers: I really hate… I can’t stand… steamed fish creamed potatoes fried eggplant 1.… 1) make lie 2) me get gain/lose away with 3) raw 4) curiosity 5) customer 6) benefit weight cucumber salad boiled eggs stir-fried mushrooms
2. 1) ought to 2) diet 3) raw 4) balanced 5) energetic 6) slim become thinner---lose weight; being laugher at by her friends---losing face; felt so sad and hopeless about herself---lost heart; was unwilling to visit any more---lost interest in visiting 3. 1)√pear; ×cream(fat and all the others are fruit)2)√sugar; ×mutton(meat and all the others
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meat)4)√strawberry;×eggplant(vegetable and all the others are fruit) 4. S1: What’s your favourite food? I’m really fond of roast duck. S2: My favourite food is roast mutton and cold vinegar fish. S1: What do you hate? S2: I really hate spicy food. It upsets my stomach and makes me feel ill. S1: I’m so sorry to hear that! I can’t stand boiled eggs myself. S2: Really! I love them. If you eat boiled eggs with smoked chicken and cucumber salad, they taste delicious. S1: I don’t often eat chicken although I know it has low fat and you won’t gain weight. S2: Are you worried about gaining weight too? That’s why I’ve stopped eating fried food. It’s really sad because I love fried eggplant with fried chicken. S1: Never mind. It’ll be worth it when you’re elegant and thin! S2: I hope so. Step 3. Discovering useful structures Modal verbs to mean “permission” have not been used here. They are very easy to practice. Encourage Ss to make up some sentences of their own using modal verbs. Step 4. Practice. 1. Underline the sentences containing modal verbs in the reading passage and use the function words below to explain the meaning of the modal verbs.
Intention Duty Permission possibility Guessing Ability
2. Choose suitable modal verbs below to complete the following dialogues. There may be more than one possibility.
ought/oughtn’t to should/ shouldn’t mustn’t needn’t (don’t)have to will can/can’t
1) Sam: How can I grow thinner, Mum? Mum: Well, you ______ eat food with plenty of fibre that helps you digest better. And you _______ stop drinking cola or eating sweet food. Sam: Does it mean I __________ eat my favourite fried chicken any more? Mum: Not exactly, if you love fried chicken, you _______ give it up. Just eat it less often. You _________ worry too much: a little fried chicken _______ do you good!
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2) Doctor: You are sick because you’ve eaten poisonous mushrooms. Where did you get them? Lucy: I picked them in the forest. I know we __________ eat fresh vegetables. Doctor: Oh, but you __________ eat them until you’ve sure they are not poisonous. Lucy: Thank you, doctor. I’ll be more careful next time. 3) Charles: I wish I could see things clearly in the dark. Tom: Eating carrots ________ help you see better. You ______ eat some every day. 3. Now work in pairs. One of you asks a question. The other answers it. Then swap over. Remember to use modal verbs in your answer. Answers: 2. 1) have to; should; shouldn’t needn’t; don’t have to/needn’t/shouldn’t; will 2) have to; mustn’t 3) ought to; should 3. 1) I have to take the book to the librarian’s desk. Then I need to give her my card so she can register the book on her computer. I have to return the book before the date stamped on the cover. 2) I must go to the dental hospital and see the dentist. Of course I have to make an appointment first. Then I should clean my teeth before I go into the dentist’s surgery. It will be more thoughtful for him/her if I can do this. 3) First, I ought to arrive in good time at the airport. Second, I must write the name of the person I don’t know on a name board and display it so everyone can see it. Finally, I have to wait until the plane has arrived and all the people from that flight have appeared. If I still have not seen him/her I should go to the information centre and ask them to make an announcement. 4) To get a discount in a shop I need to find out the original price. Then it is important to laugh and wonder aloud if this price is a joke or not. Finally I should offer a lower price and argue with the salesperson until they offer me a more reasonable price. If the price is sill too high I don’t have accept it. I can always walk away. Sometimes if the salesperson is keen to make a sale he/she will offer me a more reasonable price. 5) When you meet the hostess in your friend’s home you ought to greet her politely. You should spend a few minutes talking to her. For example you can thank her for inviting you but you don’t need to compliment her on her dress or her house. However you ought not to speak to her too
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long as she will be busy and have many people to greet. At the end of the party you must thank her for a lovely evening. Step 5. Homework: 1. Review the rules of word formation and the meanings of modal verbs. 2. Finish the Using Structures on Page 50.
Period five Using language
1. To familiarize the Ss with the different kinds of food and the results of eating an unbalanced diet. 2. To give Ss a chance to analyse the impressions and the characters of the story. 3. To practice Ss’ persuasive skills by producing an advertisement.
Step 1. Revision Check the Using Structures on Page 50. Step 2. Listening 1. Read the following words. Practise the pronunciation and find out what these illness are. scurvy
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2. From the text we’ve learned, we know the two restaurants supplied no balanced diet. Now, let’s listen to the whole dialogue between Wang Peng and an expert. Write down the main idea of the dialogue. (Answer: Wang Peng is doing research to find out how an unbalanced diet can affect your health, so you need to eat a balanced diet if you are to stay healthy.) 3. Listen to the tape again and join the names of the illnesses to their causes. Illnesses Scurvy Rickets Obesity Causes too much rice, noodles, sugar and fat not enough vitamin C not enough protein and vitamin D
4. After listening, work in pairs and discuss what problems Wang Peng and Yong Hui have and what suggestions you would give them. Owner of restaurant Wang Peng Problems with food offered Too much fat What food is needed
and More fruit and vegetables
energy-giving food Yong Hui Too much fruit and too many More meat, fish, cheese and vegetables eggs as well as rice and noodles 5. Discuss the following questions in groups. 1) Which illness do we still have today? 2) Why is it we don’t get scurvy or rickets today? 3) Who got these illnesses and why? 6. Listening text How an unbalanced diet can affect your health Wang Peng went to the library, where he happened to meet an expert on diets. He asked him for help. WP= Wang Peng E=Expert
WP: Hello. Can you help me, please? I want to find out more about balanced diets.
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E: Of course. A balanced diet needs energy food like rice and noodles, body-building food like fish and meat for protein and fat, and protective food like fruit and vegetables for fibre and vitamins. WP: Yes, but does it matter how much rice, noodles and sugar I eat? E: Yes. If you eat too much, you may become obese. This means you are too fat and it may lead to other illnesses. However, if you don’t eat enough rice, noodles or sugar, you’ll get tired easily. WP: I see. I’ll be careful about that. Does it matter how much fish, meat or cheese I eat? E: Too much can also make you fat, but if you don’t eat enough, your bones won’t grow stron g. A long time ago, children who didn’t eat enough vitamin D and body -building food didn’t grow straight legs. They got an illness called rickets. WP: Oh dear! Do people still have the problem? E: Sometimes. WP: Then what about fruit and vegetables? How much should I eat? E: You ought to eat abut five big spoonfuls of different fruit and vegetables every day. WP: Really? I didn’t know that. E: Yes. In the 18th century sailors at sea used to find that their teeth fell out and they had bad spots on their skin. They got it because they didn’t eat enough fruit and vegetables. The illness is called scurvy. WP: Goodness! What about now? E: It’s very rare now. People eat more fruit and vegetables. You need protective food like that for clear skin and bright eyes. P: Thank you very much. You have given me a lot to think about. Step 3. Reading and discussing 1. Language points 1) Perhaps he would be able to earn his living after all and not have to close his restaurant. 也许他仍然能够谋生，而不至于关闭自己的餐馆。 earn one’s living 谋生 David earns his living by writing articles for newspapers. 大卫靠为报社撰写文章谋生。
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2) He did not look forward to being in debt because his restaurant was no longer popular. 他 可不希望由于餐馆不受欢迎而负债。 in debt 负债 He is heavily in debt. 他负债累累。 I am in your debt, John. 我欠你很多，约翰。 3) Why don’t you sit down and try a meal? 你为什么不坐下来吃顿饭呢？ Why don’t you…? 为什么不。 。 。 ，也可以说 Why not…? Why don’t you give it a try? (Why not give it a try?) 为什么不试试？ Why don’t you call him right now? (Why not call him right now?) 为什么不立刻给他打个电 话？ 4) Don’t you get tired quickly? 你不觉得自己很容易疲倦吗？ Don’t you…?是否定疑问句。这类句子并非真正询问，而是表示说话者的观点或态 度。 It’s almost dinner time and you haven’t eaten since breakfast. Aren’t you hungry? 快吃晚饭 了，你从早饭到现在还没有吃过东西，你难道不饿吗？ We’d better leave now. Isn’t it almost two o’clock? 咱们最好现在就走，不是快两点了 吗？ 5) In this way they cut down the fat and increased the fibre in the meal. 这样，他们减少了 饭菜中脂肪的含量，增加了纤维素。 cut down 削减，压缩 He has to cut down on family expenses by one-third. 他不得不把家庭支出减少了三分之 一。 The doctor asked her to cut down on sugar. 医生让她减少糖分摄入量。 2. Skimming Ask Ss to look at the title and picture. How do they think the story ends? How and why do Wang Peng and Yong Hui get married? Let them skim the reading passage quickly to see if they were right. 3. Discussion Read the passage again and underline all the different words that are used instead of “said”. Answers: shouted, added, admitted, explained
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How a person spoke shouted thought called whispered
Why a person spoke explained added admitted wondered advised
They can add: laughed cried
smiled They can add: agreed replied
4. Read the passage carefully to work out the meaning of the new words. Encourage them to use the context method and guessing the meaning before looking the words up in the dictionary. 5. Let some students make some sentences using these words. Perhaps you can give them a short passage and ask them to replace the word “said” with more interesting and lively words. A possible passage: The man pushed his chair angrily away from the table. “What do you mean?” he said. “I didn’t come into this restaurant to be overcharged!” The hostess looked embarrassed. “I’m so sorry you feel like that,” she said. “It’s the cost of the fish that you ordered. At the time I explained the price for each jin and you agreed. I didn’t know you’d feel like this!” The man pulled his money out of his pocket. “And what’s more,” he said. “it didn’t taste very nice. Was it fresh?” “It was dried fish, so I’m not sure,” she said. “I won’t come here again,” said the man to himself. “I won’t serve him again,” said the hostess to herself. Step 3. Speaking and writing 1. In groups of four ask the students to make a list of their favourite local dishes. 2. Ask Ss to combine their lists and vote for the three or fur local dishes that they think best represent the local cooking. 3. Imaging you are planning to open a restaurant which will provide the best local dishes in your area and a balanced diet. In groups discuss how to run the business. Give each other suggestions and advice. The following expressions may help you.
What should we do? Shall we…? How about…? You must/mustn’t.. I think you ought to… 17 / 19 Perhaps you should… You’d better… You need/needn’t… You have to /don’t have to…
Sample dialogue: S1: What kind of food should our local restaurant serve? S2: Well, our favourite local dishes are dumplings and beef noodle soup. S3: Right. That sounds like a good start. Let’s use them as a basis for our menu. S4: OK. If we serve dumplings we need to inspire people to come to our restaurant. How can we do that? S1: We can tell them how fresh our dishes are. They need to know that we make fresh dumplings every day and use fresh beef to make our beef noodle soup. S3: What about showing them the bones in a pot outside the restaurant? Then they’ll know that we use fresh beef for our soup. S4: Good idea! Also let’s keep our restaurant doors open so the customers passing by can smell our delicious food. Then they’ll want to come in. S2: Remember about a balanced diet. Do dumplings and beef noodle soup provide a balanced diet? S1: No. We don’t have any protective food. So we need to include salads like cold cucumber salad in our menu. Is there anything else we need? S3: I don’t think so. Now let me write this all down so that we can write a good advertisement for our new restaurant. 4. Write a short passage to advertise your restaurant and its service according to the following: 1) explain what kind of food will be offered in your restaurant
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2) describe their ingredients, flavour, smell and appearance 3) explain how they will provide a balanced diet 4) explain why your restaurant will provide the best food in the area 5) explain how customers will be served How Yan’s Family Restaurant of Local Dishes Our restaurant is special for several reasons: Name of restaurant and its type of dishes
1. it is family owned and run 2. we serve a balanced diet 3. we specialize in dumplings and beef noodle soup The advantages of our restaurant
4. we cook our dishes from start to finish 1. the food and menu everyday 2. quality of cooking and preparation
5. only the very best ingredients are 3. secret recipe-a special feature included 6. watch for our fresh pot of cow’s bones every day to show we have made fresh beef stock for the soup 7. our recipes are a family secret and cannot be found elsewhere in other restaurants 8. for our first week we are offering a discount of 20% 4. cheaper prices to encourage customers
Overall assessment Once you have tried our food, You will never want to go anywhere else! Step 4. Homework: 1. Finish the exercises on pages 51 to 53. 2. Review the sentence structures, new words and expressions.
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