Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

What Do British People Like to Eat?

No description
by

Galina Falaleeva

on 28 March 2012

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of What Do British People Like to Eat?

My Favourite
Food Цели: 1. Обучающая:
 закрепление активной лексики, разговорных клише и речевых образцов
развитие коммуникативной способности
развитие умения задавать вопросы по теме и отвечать на них
развитие навыков диалогической речи в рамках тематики
2. Развивающая:
Развитие:
 логического мышления
активности
внимания
3. Воспитательная:
 воспитание культуры общения
обучение общению в группе
воспитание чувства взаимопомощи
What is Fast Food?
How often do you eat Fast Food?
What do you namely eat?
Would you like to go there again?
Is it necessary to built McDonalds in our town?
Were you in McDonalds? How many times were you there?
Фонетическая разминка. Phonetic drill.
Put on your phones, listen and repeat after the speaker.
[i:] – sweet, tea, tea-break, Easter, mean, meat, cheese, pizza
[ɪ] – biscuit, foreigner, tin, chips, Christmas
[aɪ] – pie, slice, kind, type, like, knife
[æ] – sandwich, salad, Valentine’s Day, have
[eɪ] – cake, break, made, mayonnaise, plate, table
[ʌ] – bun, Mother’s Day, others, lunch, discuss, butter
[ɔ] – shop, strong, tablecloth, sausage, teapot, foreigner
[ɔ:] – sort, fork, salt, water, more, before
[ʊ] – pudding, woman, put, full, look
[u:] – tooth, juice, spoon, food, too
[ə ʊ] – roll, slow, rose, phone, know
What food is good for you and what food is bad for you? http://the-school-p-d.ucoz.ru/publ/uroki/urok_3_plan_konspekt_uroka_po_teme_we_are_what_we_eat/4-1-0-9
http://nsportal.ru/shkola/inostrannye-yazyki/library/obobshchayushchii-urok-po-teme-food-6-klass
http://www.openclass.ru/lessons/133002
http://festival.1september.ru/articles/522737/
http://nsportal.ru/shkola/inostrannye-yazyki/library/obobshchayushchii-urok-po-teme-food-6-klass
Источники: How to cook pizza Fast food
At the beginning
In today’s fast-moving world, people have less and less time to spend eating, let alone cooking. It is probably for this reason that fast food has become so popular.
Eating out is a common pleasure for most families. Families are starting to eat less home-cooked food.
The food is convenient, quick, relatively cheap and usually tempting.
The questionnaire
What is Fast Food?
How often do you eat Fast Food?
What do you namely eat?
Were you in McDonalds? How many times were you there?
Would you like to go there again?
Is it necessary to built McDonalds in our town?
What Food is this? Whose lunch is this? Ex.30 p.132 Answer the questions: 1) What do the words "the British have a sweet tooth" mean?
2) What kind of sweet things do you know of?
3) What sweet things do you like?
4) When do the British eat cakes, biscuits?
5) Are sweet things good for children's health? Why? Made from
исходный продукт полностью
видоизменяется
Juce is made from applels Made of
исходный продукт остается
неизменным
A sandwich is made of bread,
butter and cheese. Ex.36 p.134
Full transcript