CAN YOU SET OUT A FESTIVE TABLE?

Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення з опорою на лексико-граматичні структури, навички аудіювання й читання; вдосконалювати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; виховувати культуру спілкування та поведінки за столом.

Procedure

1.Warm-up

Do ex. 1, p. 71.

2. Speaking

Practise the vocabulary

Make up short dialogues using the pictures.

– Have you sliced the tomatoes yet? – Yes, certainly.

– Not yet. It’ll be ready in a minute.

The following expressions may be useful: slice the bread; boil the water; peel the onions; peel the oranges; mash the potatoes; bake the pie; chop the carrots; mix the salad; fry the fish; pour the milk; prepare the breakfast; wash the peppers; cut the meat; clean the oven; grill the meat.

3. Listening

Do ex. 2, p. 72.

4. Vocabulary practice

Study the table “place settings” at the top of p. 73 and answer the questions.

1. What do you eat soup with?

2. What do you eat meat (fish) with?

3. What do you cut bread (meat, fish) with?

4. What do you eat bread with?

5. What do you put on the table for breakfast (dinner, supper)?

6. What do you drink water with?

7. What do you clean your hands and lips during a meal with?

5. Reading and speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 72.

6. Vocabulary practice

You may add more items.

Example: We use glasses for drinking water, cola, juice, milk, etc.

An oven

Our lips and hands

Glasses

Drinking

Salad

Wineglasses

Baking

Bread

Spoons

Eating

Meat

A teapot

Making

Fish

We use

A kettle

Frying

Oranges

A frying pan

For

Cutting

Water

Knives

Boiling

Tea

A pot

Mixing

Lemons

A bowl

Spreading

Onions

Napkins

Chopping

Cheese

A fork

Slicing

Pizza

A tablecloth

Cleaning

The table

A cup

Soup

7.Writing

Complete table manners with “Don’t” where necessary.

1....

…begin eating until everyone is served.

2. …talk with your mouth full.

3. …chew with your mouth closed.

4. …keep your napkin on your lap.

5. …rest your elbows on the table.

6. …ask politely for things to be passed if you cannot reach them.

7. …complain about the food.

8. …lick your fingers or your knife.

9. …pick your teeth or smack your lips.

10. …ask to be excused when you have finished eating and want to leave the table.

8. Reading

Jigsaw reading

Cut out and shuffle the parts of the list of Do’s and Don’ts. Students in pairs have to sort out the cards to make the list up.

Sit facing the table…

…don’t sit sideways

After stirring your tea…

…remove the spoon and place it on the saucer

Don’t use the spoon for…

…what can be eaten with a fork

Don’t put your knife…

…into your mouth

Cut your meat into small pieces…

…one piece at a time

If your food is too hot…

…don’t blow on it

Try to make as little noise as possible…

…when eating

Don’t sip your soup as though you wanted…

…the whole house to hear

Don’t talk…

…with your mouth full

Don’t put your elbows…

…on the table

Don’t forget to say “thank you”…

…for every favour and kindness

9. Summary

Tell the class about your daily meals and your favourite food:

– how many times a day you have meals;

– what you usually have for breakfast (dinner);

– if you have lunch at school;

– if you cook yourself at home;

10. Homework

Do ex. 4, p. 73.


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