LESSON PLAN FOR THE 7th GRADE

TOPIC: HEALTH  PROTECTION

SUBTOPIC: FAVOURITE   FOOD  AND  RESTAURANTS

AIMS:- To learn and revise vocabulary relating to food, restaurants ,tastes and textures:

  • To develop reading and comprehension skills;
  • To develop speaking/ discussing preferences and attitudes towards food and restaurants.

TOOLS: textbooks “Enterprise 2” by Virginia Evans and Jenny Dooley, computer, worksheets 1/2 / 3.

STAGES:

1. Warm-up: T-CL- Good afternoon students! Our topic today is Favourite food, healthy eating and restaurants. Look at the word map on the board and name types of food.

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T-CL-  Play a team game and name as many foods as you can to match each of these headings.

T-CL- What are favourite British Foods? Let’s practise sounds:

fish and chips/ roast meat/ pizza/ burgers

/   /  /  / burger

/ i:  / meat, peas, cheese, beef, veal

/ i /  fish, crisps, chips

  1. Body:

-grammar-listening:

T-CL- WE ARE WHAT WE EAT. That is a famous proverb about food and eating habits. Look at the Worksheet 1, read out the proverbs and explain their meaning. T- CL- Watch a video ( Daily Dose of  English ‘A FEW, FEW,A LITTLE, LITTLE. YouTube.) , revise the rules. Then speak in turns about your favourite dishes and what you need to make them.

COUNTABLES/ UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

countable- can be counted easily-many/ a lot of/ a few/ few

uncountable— can’t be easily counted- much/ a lot of/ a little/ little

some- in affirmative sentences with uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns.

any- in questions and negations with uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns.

-speaking: T-CL- I’m going to invite you to the restaurant. Welcome to Mr. Burn’s Caf?. Here is your Worksheet 2 with a menu and phrases for making offers and requests at the restaurant. Work in groups and act out the dialogues between a waiter and customers.

T-CL- Good job, students. Let’s do Ex. 17, p.44 ( C.B.)What should a good fast-food restaurant have? Put a tick for the good points, and a cross for the bad points. Then, choose the points you think are most important and talk about them as in the example:

Firstly, a good fast-food restaurant should have…. Secondly, it should have…. Thirdly, it should have… However, a good fast-food restaurant should definitely not have…

( a varied menu, a large salad bar, fast service, dirty toilets, delicious food, a wide choice of vegetarian dishes, high prices, helpful and friendly staff, smart uniforms, slow service, good music, clean tables, rude waiters, comfortable seating, a no-smoking policy).

-listening-reading:- Ex. 18, p.44 (C.B.). a) Mr. Harris visited Monty’s fast-food restaurant to write a report about its good and bad points. Read this report and fill in the missing headings from the list.

Food and prices

Atmosphere

Introduction

Conclusion

Service

  1. b) What good/bad points does Mr. Harris mention in his report? What solutions does he suggest? Which modal verbs does he use for his suggestions?

Text:

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The purpose of this report is to assess the new Monty’s fast-food restaurant in Chester, which I visited on 28th June.

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There is a varied menu at Monty’s which includes a fantastic salad bar, a wide choice of vegetarian dishes and five types of delicious hamburgers. I tried the Mexican Sizzler- a spicy hamburger with chili sauce in a soft, white bread roll. It was a bit too expensive.

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The Monty’s staff were helpful, friendly and polite. They looked very smart in their clean uniforms. Unfortunately, the service was rather slow and one of the cashiers gave me the wrong change.

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The friendly a staff, good music, clean tables, and comfortable seating all helped to give Monty’s an excellent atmosphere. The new no-smoking policy is also a good idea, and it made my meal at Monty’s a very pleasurable experience.

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The new Monty’s restaurant in Chester is , on the whole, a great success. However, I think that the manager should make a few improvements. Firstly, he should make sure that all hot dishes are hot when they go out to customers. Secondly, he should lower the prices, as they are too high for a fast-food restaurant. Finally, he should improve staff training, so that the staff work faster and make fewer mistakes.

— Ex. 19, p. 44 ( C.B.). Write T/F.

  1. There is a varied menu at Monty’s.—-
  2. Monty’s was a bit too cheap.—-
  3. The Monty/s staff were helpful, friendly and polite.—-
  4. The new no-smoking policy is also a bad idea.—-
  5. The manager should make no improvements.—-

— play a team game and make as many sentences as you can to speak about good and bad points of  Monty’s fast-food restaurant and suggest how to improve its work.

— writing-speaking:

T- CL: Open a new restaurant! Work in groups. Imagine you are going to open a new restaurant. Discuss and decide on the following aspects.

-Who are your target customers?

— What cuisine will you serve?

— What type of atmosphere will you try to generate? How?

— What d?cor will you have?

— Where will your restaurant be located?

— What prices will you charge?

— What are you going to call your restaurant ?

Worksheet 3. Open a new restaurant!

Discuss the questions, use the phrases to describe restaurants, write a short advertisement for your restaurant. Then do a brief presentation about your restaurant. Hold  a vote to see which restaurant you would most like to visit.

  1. Homework: Write your own restaurant review. Ex. 22,23 p. 45( C. B.)

WORKSHEET 1:

Match the proverbs to their meaning.

  • What is the meaning of each proverb?
  • Which proverbs do you agree/ disagree with?
  • Which one is your favorite?
  1. Half a loaf is better than no bread.
  1. Hunger is the best sauce in the world.
  1. An apple a day keeps your doctor away.
  1. To eat is a necessity, but eating intelligently is an art.
  1. When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use.
  1. A smiling face is half a meal.
  1. Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for life.
  1. Fish, to taste right, must swim three times- in water, in butter and in wine.
  1. a) It is better to accept less than you want, rather than risk getting nothing at all.
  2. b) If you are really hungry, whatever you eat will taste delicious.
  3. c) Eating vitamins gives a man good health.

4. d) Eating intelligently means having good manners. Having good manners is an art.

5. e)Eat healthy food! It will prevent  treatment of illnesses during your life.

6.f) When you eat you should always be in a good mood.

7.g) If you give food to a man, it is the least you can do for him. If you teach a man to get food by himself or to earn money to get food and everything he needs, it means a real help.

8. h) A tasty fish dish is made of a fish washed out with water, fried in hot butter or oil and soaked in wine.

WORKSHEET 2:

Children’s Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Served with milk or soda

French Toast with bacon and fried eggs….&7.50

Seafoog spaghetti…&7.50

Grilled salmon…&7.50

Steak, jacket potato and broccoli…&7.50

Grilled Cheese, french fries and green beans…&7.80

Chicken Fingers, french fries and lettuce…&9.50

Grilled chicken, Basmati rice and carrots…&13.20

Fruit salad…&11

Chocolate cake…& 5.00

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Frozen drinks available $4
Strawberry, Raspberry, Tropical Fruit, Pina Colada, Banana, Peach, Orange, Blue Raspberry

Making offers                                                            Making requests

Can I help you?                                                          Yes, I think so.

Are you ready to order?                                             I would like…

Could I take your order?                                             I ‘ll have…

Would you like to order?                                            I’d like to have the bill.                                         

Would you like anything to eat/ drink?                      Delicious, thanks.

Will there be anything else?                                     I would like some cake for dessert.

Can I bring you anything else?

Could you please wait a moment for your order?

I’ll bring your orders in a few minutes.

Here is your order. Enjoy your meal.

How was everything?

I’ll take care of your check/

Here is your check.

 

WORKSHEET  3:

 Open a new restaurant!( GROUP 1)

-Discuss the questions;

— Who are your target customers?

— What cuisine will you serve?

— What type of atmosphere will you try to generate? How?

— What décor will you have?

— Where will your restaurant be located?

— What prices will you charge?

— What are you going to call your restaurant ?

— Use the phrases to describe restaurants;

the best known sushi place

great for its raw fish and beautiful Japanese décor

efficient and fast service

delicious sushi for a few pounds

select food to your taste

have a relaxing head massage

karaoke nights

bright and great fun

a person looking for a fun evening and good food on a budget

— Write a short advertisement for your restaurant;

— Then do a brief presentation about your restaurant. Hold  a vote to see which restaurant you would most like to visit.

 

WORKSHEET  3:

 Open a new restaurant!( GROUP 2)

-Discuss the questions;

— Who are your target customers?

— What cuisine will you serve?

— What type of atmosphere will you try to generate? How?

— What décor will you have?

— What prices will you charge?

— What are you going to call your restaurant ?

— Use the phrases to describe restaurants;

a great place to go at any time

enjoy Mexican cuisine at lunchtime

go for a dance or drink and dance  when it gets dark

the atmosphere created by national music is friendly and exciting

reasonably priced

make your visit an unforgettable experience

spending money on high class dining

 

 

— Write a short advertisement for your restaurant;

— Then do a brief presentation about your restaurant. Hold  a vote to see which restaurant you would most like to visit.

WORKSHEET  3:

 Open a new restaurant!( GROUP 3)

-Discuss the questions;

— Who are your target customers?

— What cuisine will you serve?

— What type of atmosphere will you try to generate? How?

— What décor will you have?

— What prices will you charge?

— What are you going to call your restaurant ?

— Use the phrases to describe restaurants;

a family-owned restaurant

offer classic  Italian food

warm and friendly atmosphere

soft music, comfortable seating and simple homely décor

busy and lively

try something new and unusual

not expensive and great value for money

— Write a short advertisement for your restaurant;

— Then do a brief presentation about your restaurant. Hold  a vote to see which restaurant you would most like to visit.

 

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