Warm-Up What might the moral of the movie Ratatouille be? Explain how Remy goes against the rat stereotype in the movie.
At the end of the lesson you will be able to… Identify the ingredients in Ratatouille. Explain what makes Ratatouille special.
What is yourfavorite fooddish? What makes this dish so special?
Ratatouille Ratatouille is not only the name of the movie but a traditional French dish.
True or False 1.Ratatouille is a dessert dish. 2.Ratatouille can be eaten in a variety of different ways. 3.Ratatouille is only a hot dish. 4.Flavor is not important to Ratatouille. 5.Ratatouille is a dish made of rats. 6.Hors doeuvre means appetizer in English. 7.Ratatouille can be different depending on your style of taste.
Read thedescription ofRatatouille tofind out moreabout thisFrench dish. As you read be thinking, What makes Ratatouille special?.
True or False 1.Ratatouille is a dessert dish. 2.Ratatouille can be eaten in a variety of different ways. 3.Ratatouille is only a hot dish. 4.Flavor is not important to Ratatouille. 5.Ratatouille is a dish made of rats. 6.Hors doeuvre means appetizer in English. 7.Ratatouille can be different depending on your style of taste. F F F F T T T
Ratatouille Recipe 1.6 kg tomates 700 g (2) aubergine 500 g (2) courgette 700 g (2-3) poivron 1 kg oignon 6 aile 140 g purèe de tomate Herbes de Provence Huile dolive Sel, poivre Any differences? Recognize any words?
Quest-ce que cest? 1 2 3 4 5 6 Le chef Le four L aubergine Lail Les tomates La courgette
At the end of the lesson you will be able to… Identify Ratatouille ingredients and other cooking terms in French. Compare and contrast a French recipe to an English recipe.
Vocabulary Review Each pair will get one vocabulary sheet and two paper clips. I will say a vocabulary word in French. Be the first to place your paper clip on the correct vocabulary word to earn a point.
Now that weare familiarwith theingredients inRatatouillelets compareit to one ofmy favoriterecipes.
Ratatouille Brownies 1.6 kg tomates 700 g (2) aubergine 500 g (2) courgette 700 g (2-3) poivron 1 kg oignon 6 aile 140 g purèe de tomate Herbes de Provence Huile dolive Sel, poivre 8-1ounce squares of unsweetened chocolate 1 cup butter 5 eggs 3 cups sugar 1 tbs vanilla 1-1/2 cups flour 1 tsp salt 2-1/2 cups chopped pecans
Whatdifferencesdid younotice? The United States is one of the few countries that does not use the metric system. Lets do some converting!! Complete the math sheet.
Wrap-Up Which system is easier to use? Why? Practice your vocabulary. Homework- Study your vocabulary for a quiz.
Restaurant Critiques A big part of the movie Ratatouille deals with restaurant ratings and critics. Does this rating system exist in the United States? What types of things are rated? Who develops these ratings? What worth do people put on these ratings?
Restaurant Critiques Look at the following clip to explain the relevance of the rating system in France.
Read A FoodCritic LooksatRestaurants Explain the effect one critique can have on a restaurant.
Homework-Rate a localrestaurant.Write atleast 2reasons foryour rating.
Next Class-We willlearn moreabout therestaurantsin Paris.
Eiffel Tower Built- 1887-1889 (2 years, 2 months, 5 days) Reason- 1889 Universal Exhibition & Centennial of the French Revolution Engineers- Maurice Koechlin and Emile Nouguier Architect- Stephen Sauvestre Contractor- Gustave Eiffel
Eiffel Tower Number of steel workers- 300 (1 was killed during construction) Steel Pieces- 18,038 Rivets- 2,500,000 Height- 300.51 meters (986 ft) Weight- 7,000 tons Paint- 50 tons every 7 years
Eiffel Tower Steps to the top- 1789 Steps walkable by visitors- 704 (ground to 2 nd floor) Number of visitors to 1996- 167,664,439 Visibility on a clear day- 67 kilometers (42 miles) Tallest structure in the world 1889- 1930
Did youknow thereis arestaurantin the EiffelTower?
The Jules Verne Restaurant Read the critiques about this restaurant. Lets visit the Jules Verne Website.Jules Verne Website Would you like to visit this restaurant? Explain.
Wrap-Up Explain at least 3 facts you have learned about the Eiffel Tower. Next Class- We will learn more about the monuments of Paris.