NameBreakfastSnackLunchDinner Fill in the blanks with the food you or your friends like to eat. Make a list of food and decide what are junk food or not.
1.Listen to what happened to Mike and answer the questions below. What’s wrong with Mike? ____________________________________________ What did Mike eat for breakfast? ____________________________________________ Can you give Mike some advice? What should he eat less of ? ______________________________________________ 2. Listen to what Mike did next,and then answer the questions below. Which side of Mike’s stomach hurts? ______________________________________ Does Mike have a fever? _________________________________________ What dies the doctor tell Mike to do? ___________________________________________
Situation 1 Situation 2 Situation 3 Student A (Doctor) Ask the patient what is wrong and give him some advice. Student B (Patient) I cough all the time. I have a fever and a headache. Student A (Patient) My left arm is broken. It really hurts. Student B (Doctor) Ask the patient what is wrong and give him or her some advice. Student A (Doctor) Ask the patient what is wrong and give him some advice. Student B (Patient) I can’t sleep at night, so I am always very tired.
Useful Expressions Patient I’ve got a pain here. This place hurts. There’s something wrong with back/my knee/my arm. I don’r feel well. Doctor Lie down and let me examine you. Let me have a look. Where does it hurt? Drink plenty of water and get some rest.
We are what we eat 1.What does the “fuel ” mean in the first paragraph? 2.What do we have to consider when we choose to buy or eat? 3.What made our eating habit changing? 4. How can we feel and look fine? It means different kinds of materials,such as protein,Calcium that we need to keep healthy. What kinds of nutrients that the food contain. Many things: what people believe,advice from companies and stores. We ought to learn about our body and the fuel it needs to keep fit.
Language Points 1.You ought to be careful with fruit. Ought ( oughtn’t ) to : should( 应当，应该 ) We ought to respect not only own privacy, but also that of others. 你不该抽那么多烟。 _________________________________ 2. It’s nothing serious. There is nothing serious with him. He will be ok. He put everything necessary into his suitcase. You ought not to smoke so much.
Language Points 1.Choosing what to eat is no longer as easy as it once was. No longer (=not … any longer 不再 ) His neighbour said he no longer lived there. He is too narrow-minded. I can’t stand him any longer. 2. If we want to keep up with the high …,we had better learn to make the …. You’d better go to bed. Don’t pull that long face. Look at the time!
Discussion What do you eat everyday? Do you think your eating habit healthy? List your reasons. (If not what measures would you like to take?)
Grammar Modal Verbs (1)--- had better, should and ought When you give advice or your opinion about something, you can use had better or had better not. You had betterget some rest. (=you’d better get some rest) You had better not eat fruit that isn’t ripe.(=you’d better not eat fruit that isn’t ripe) When you are trying to advise someone about what to do or what not to do, you can use should / ought to or should not / ought not to. You should / ought to be careful with fruit. You should not / ought not to eat so much junk food. ( = you shouldn’t / oughtn’t to eat so much junk food.)
TIPS When you write a recipe, you need to explain what ingredients will be need and how they will be used. You must also be careful to explain each step carefully and in the right order. 1. Start by making a list of all the ingredients also list how much is needed --- a spoonful, a pound etc. 2. Explain what should be done with each ingredient. Use works like chop, peel, slice and dice. 3. Explain which ingredients should be mixed together and how. Use words like stir, mix and add. 4. Explain how the ingredients should be cooked. Use words like boil, steam and fry.