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UNIT 5 What’s your favorite food?
AIMS Listening for People’s Food Preference Asking for and Offering Suggestions Understanding and talking About Food
Lead-in Work in groups, and discuss the following topics. Each member should contribute one or two points. At the end of the discussion, choose one member to report your ideas to the whole class.
Lead-in Topic 1 (for group 1): What ’ s your favorite food? Why do you like it? Topic 2 (for group 2): What kind of food do you think is healthy food? Topic 3 (for group 3): When you eat out, do you prefer Chinese food or western fast food? Why? Topic 4 (for group 4): Do you often skip breakfast? What would you say to people who often skip breakfast?
Matching Gam e in Chinese 什锦冷盘 鱼香肉丝 宫爆鸡丁 北京烤鸭 软炸虾仁 蚝油生菜 酸辣汤 扬州炒饭 in English Fried Prawns Yang Zhou Fried Rice Lettuce with Oyster Sauce Spicy Chicken with Peanuts Assorted Cold Dishes Peking Roast Duck Fish-flavored Pork Hot & Sour Soup You are asked to introduce the typical Chinese dishes to foreign friends. Do you know the name of the following dishes? Match them with their English version.
Food Idiom Understanding Don’t bite off more than you can chew. He who burns his mouth on milk will blow on yogurt ( 酸奶 ) when eating it. When things don’t go right, even halva ( 哈尔瓦，芝麻蜜饼 ) will break your tooth. (An unfortunate man would be drowned in a tea-cup.) The issue has become a political hot potato. You’d better take what he says with a grain of salt. Don't cry over spilt milk. Don't act as if you are a big potato. 不要好高骛远。 一朝被蛇咬，十年怕井绳。 倒霉的人喝凉水也塞牙。 这是个棘手的政治问题。 不能完全相信他。 于事无补。 不要自视太高。 The following idioms appear to be describing food and eating. At a deeper level, they provide clues to what is considered culturally appropriate. Work with your partner and try to translate them into Chinese.
Book 1 – Unit 5 For your reference comments on food It looks appealing. It not only seems delicious but also displaye d beautifully. It has a beautiful lay-out. It must taste good. It’s appetizing! I always have an appetite for spicy food. I’m crazy about sea food.
Debate The class is divided into two parts. One consists of advocates for traditional Chinese food, and the other for western fast food. Try to convince your opponent that your argument contains more water. Take turns to illustrate your opinion. Tips:
Book 1 – Unit 5 When you’re trying to argue one is better than the other, you frequently need to compare them. See to it that you express Comparison and Contrast in the right way. Unlike traditional Chinese food, western fast food… Traditional Chinese food is better than fast food in that… Traditional Chinese food differs from/is different from western fast food in… Traditional Chinese food is not as… as western fast food. Traditional Chinese food is… In contrast/ On the contrary/ On the one hand, fast food is… A research shows that traditional Chinese food contains more… than western fast food. Watch and Discuss
Book 1 – Unit 5 Talking About Healthy Food Task 1 Diet is directly related to a healthy body. Then What should we eat to keep fit? Work in groups and name some healthy food. Then work out the top 10. Click here to see what experts have recommended. Click here to see what experts have recommended. Click here to see what experts have recommended. Click here to see what experts have recommended.
berriesfruitvegetabl es whole grain salmon Legume s seeds and nuts lean proteins teaolive oil Talking About Healthy Food
Book 1 – Unit 5 We have listed the foods we need each day. But that’s not enough to guarantee a healthy body, because amount matters here. A food pyramid is a great guide to the portion we need each day. Do you know about it? Discuss what foods are included in each layer and how many servings should we take each day. Task 2 Talking About Healthy Food
milk group ? servings fruit group ? servings Grain group ? servings vegetable group ? servings meat group ? servings Other categories: oil, fat &sweet ? servings Eat sparingly Talking About Healthy Food
Book 1 – Unit 5 We have known a lot about healthy food, so be sensible in buying food. Reading labels can help you make wise food choices. Most packaged foods in the grocery store list nutrition information on the package in a section called the Nutrition Facts. Now let’s see what you can find in it. Task 3 Talking About Healthy Food
What can you find? 份, 一餐的量 热量，卡路 里 饱和脂 肪 胆固 醇 钠 碳水化合 物 膳食纤维 蛋白质 日需求 量 Talking About Healthy Food
钙 铁 How to read Nutrition facts? What can you find? Talking About Healthy Food
Act It Out 40 is low 100 is moderate 400 or more is high Quick guide to % Daily Value (%DV is based on a 2,000 calorie diet) dietary information for important nutrients; Are you clear now? Let’s have a test. Answer the questions and explain why. Hope you are a wise shopper of food.
Question 1 Increasing fiber in your diet is very important to you. Which of these muffins ( 松 饼 ) would you choose to maximize your fiber intake? Turn the Package s! Talking About Healthy Food
Question 2 These pretzels ( 脆饼干 ) are low in sodium ( 钠 ). True or False? Turn the Package s! Talking About Healthy Food
True False Quick guide to %DV: 5%DV or less is low. 20% DV or more is high. Talking About Healthy Food
Question 3 You love desserts but you’re concerned about your calorie intake. Which of these is lower in calories? Half the container of blueberry yogurt or the whole container of cherry yogurt? Turn the Packages! Talking About Healthy Food
Blueberry yogurt ½ container = 2 servings 2×160 = 320 calories cherry yogurt 1 container = 1 servin g 1×250 = 250 calories Talking About Healthy Food
Question 4 To stay healthy, you want to limit the TOTAL amount of saturated fat ( 饱和脂肪 ) you eat during the day. All of the following meals can be part of a healthy daily diet. True or False? Read the labels! Talking About Healthy Food
TrueFalse Talking About Healthy Food
Daily Oral expressions - Sorry, men Sorry. But, but... I wanted to play barber. 对不起，可是，我真的想当理发师。 No buts, kid! 没有 “ 可是 ” ，小家伙。 Stupid! Women driver! 麻木不仁！你这女司机！ Oh, I’m very sorry, sir. 噢，我实在抱歉。 Again?...Still? 又来（做）了？还没戒除吗？ I don’t like the way you always keep me waiting. 我不喜欢你常常让我久等。
Daily Oral expressions - Sorry, men Why are you always late? You’re fired! 你怎么老是迟到？你被解雇了！ I apologize for that, sir. 请您原谅。 Excuse me, please. 对不起。 Thank You. Thanks, my boy. 谢谢，小弟。 Ladies and gentlemen, I appreciate your...vote. 各位先生，女士，恳请赏赐一票。（竞选）
Daily Oral expressions - Sorry, men Ladies and gentlemen, I appreciate your...vote. 各位先生，女士，恳请赏赐一票。（竞选） Well done, friend. 朋友，做得好。 Thank you for your kind cooperation. 谢谢您的合作。 My pleasure. 不客气。 Iōm so grateful for this tiny gift, darling. ] 亲爱的，非常感谢你这份小礼物。
Daily Oral expressions - Hello, men Hey, man, good to see you. 嗨，幸会。 Good to see you too, I think. 幸会 …… ，大概。 Good afternoon, sir. 下午好，先生。 Good evening, how are you? 晚安，你好吗？ Hello, Randy. Is he going to be taken care of? 喂，蓝迪，你肯把那家伙收拾掉吗？ Sure thing, boss. All in a day’s work. 当然，头，这是家常便饭。
Daily Oral expressions - Hello, men Hello, Tom, what’s happening? 你好，汤姆，怎么啦？ Morning, Alice. 早上好，爱丽斯！ Bye! Have a good day. 再见！请慢走！ Bye! 再见啦！ Good morning, dear. 早，亲爱的。
Book 1 – Unit 5 Oral Assignment Search for information and prepare for an interv iew. S earch on-line for information about various remedies for common cold, including western medicine and Chinese herbal medicine, as well as alternative cure. I n the next class, you’re going to have pair work with your partner, who is supposed to have caught a cold. Role play a dialogue and give him suggestions as to how to treat his cold.