Vocabulary: FOOD AND DRINK CLIL: THE FOOD PYRAMID AND NUTRIENTS Grammar: TENSE: SIMPLE PRESENT QUANTITY: SOME/ANY, A LOT OF/MUCH/MANY/A FEW/ A LITTLE THERE IS/THERE ARE COUNTABLE/UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Vocabulary : American and British MEASURING SYSTEMS KITCHEN UTENSILS COOKING VERBS ENGLISH USAGE Grammar : tense: IMPERATIVE Curiosities : origin of the word chocolate origins of the brownies Follow-up activities : Jamie Oliver’s brownies – Bruce Weinstein’s The Ultimate Brownie Book Project: how-to-cook-a-dessert group work (chocolate pancakes/muffins) CLIL: the cacao trees, a listening comprehension CLIL: the origins of chocolate, a listening comprehension
from IMPERIAL to METRICIMPERIAL Liquids 1 pint approx. ½ litre British: 1 ounce (lb.)/1 pound (oz.) Weight: approx. approx. 28 gr 450 gr American: spoons/cups Click on the picture
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Heatproof bowl Large mixing bowl Baking tin Small saucepan Pallet knife Sharp knife Baking parchment Oven gloves Whisk Spatula Table spoon Teaspoon Wooden spoon
8.8 oz sugar 2 squares unsweetened chocolate 3.9 oz flour ½ teaspoon salt 6.5 oz margarine or butter 3 eggs 5.3 oz chopped walnuts 1 teaspoon baking powder 6.5 oz chocolate dropschocolate drops 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
WHEN? WHERE? HOW? WHY the word brownies?
Chocolate brownies are so yummy (2) Grease and Rub Fill and Cut Melt, but don’t be tempted to Stir Remove’n’Leave it to Cool Extraxt, sugar, eggs Whisk together Add remaining ingredients Smooth and Bake Remove’n’Leave it to Cool Moist and yummy are my chocolate brownies (2)
JAMIE OLIVER’s bloomin’ brilliant browniesbloomin’ brilliant brownies Bruce Weinstein’s the ultimate brownie bookthe ultimate brownie book
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