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WORLD ENGLISH INTRO B. Unit 9

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WORLD ENGLISH INTRO B. Unit 9

  1. 1. EATWELL 98
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  3. 3. GOAL 1 ORDER A MEAL Vocabulary • salad A pasta • chicken A fruitjuice A coffee A tea A ¡ce cream A. Write the food in the correct place on the m e n ú . Breakfast (7:00 a.m.tol 2:00 pm.) Lunch & Dinner (12:00 pm.to 8:00 pm.) All served with salad Drinks Desserts B.Tell a partner what you like to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 100 EatWeII
  4. 4. Grammar: Some and any Some and any Statement Negative Question There's some ice cream We don't have any Do you have any in the freezer. chicken. chocolate cake? *We use some for questions with can and could. Can I have some water, please? A. Complete the sentences with some or any. 1. There's chocolate ice cream for dessert. 2. We don't have coffee. 3. There's chicken salad for your íunch. 4. Can I have coffee, please? 5. Isthere__ fish? B. Unscramble the words to write sentences. 1. some coffee There's on the table _^ 2. some I have chocolate Could ice cream 3. have We don't fruitjuice any 4. fish we have any Do 5. eggs nextto some themilk Thereare__ Conversation Track 2-11 A. Listen to the conversation. What does the customer order? Waiter: Good morning. Customer: Could I have some coffee, please? Waiter: Su re. Customer: Do you have any strawberry ice cream? Waiter: No, l'm sorry. We don't have strawberry. We oniy have chocolate. Customer: OK. I'll have some chocolate ice cream. ik B. Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again. ik C. Change the underlined words and make a new conversation. Goal 1 Order a meal Change partners. Role-play ordering a meal. LessonA 101
  5. 5. GOAL 2 PLAN A PARTY Track 2-12 Listening liguel and Diana are planning a party. Miguel is writing a síiopping list. A. Listen and complete Miguel's shopping list. bottles of soda 1 bag of 20 10 102 EatWell ik B. Role-play buying the food on Miguel's shopping list. Could I have some soda, please? How many bottles do you want?
  6. 6. PronunciationMnd A. Listen and check the correct coiumn. Listen and checl< (v^) the correct column of the form you hear. Track 2-13 1. pasta and salad 2. pasta and salad 3. fruitjuice and cereal 4. fruitjuice and cereal 5. chocolate cake and ice cream 6. chocolate cake and ice cream Fullform Short form ik B.Take turns reading the following sentences using the short form, 1. I like hot dogs and hamburgers. 2. Jill and David are good friends. 3. How many brothers and sisters do you have? 4. We have strawberry ice cream and chocolate ice cream. Communication 4 ^ Plan a dinner. 1. Decide who to invite. 2. Make a m e n ú for the party 3. Decide where the guests sit. Goal 2 Plan a party Join another group. Explain your m e n ú and table seating. LessonB 103
  7. 7. GOAL 3 TALK ABOUT A HEALTHY DIET Language Expansión: Countable and uncountable nouns The EatweII Píate The EatweII Píate helpsyou to eat a good diet. It shows the types of food to eat and aiso how much of each type of food to eat. A. Write the food in the correct column. Countable nouns (plural ending -s) Uncountable nouns orantes rice B. Add the ñames of other food to the EatweII Píate. Then list each as a countable or uncountable noun. 104 EatWeIi
  8. 8. Grammar:Howmuch andhowmany How much and how many Countable nouns Uncountable nouns How many oranges do you need? How much milk do we have? *Howmuch and how many are used to ask about quantities. A. Complete the sentences. Use how much or how many. 1. oranges do you eat every week? 2. candy do you eat? 3. milk do you dhnk every day? 4. cookies do you eat every day? 5. bread do you eat every day? ik B.Take turns asking and answering the questions in exercise A with a partner, Track 2-14 Conversation A. Listen to the conversation. Does the patient eat well? Doctor: Tell me about the food you eat. How much fruit do you eat? Patient: I eat an apple every day Sometimes I have an orange as well. Doctor: Very good! Do you eat meat? Patient: Yes, I love meat. I eat a big steak every day. Doctor: And vegetables. Do you eat vegetables? Patient: No, I don't like vegetables. B. Practice the conversation with a partner. Switch roles and practice it again. C. Change the underlined words and make a new conversation. Talk about a healthy dietGoal 3 Ask a partner about his/her diet. Is it a healthy diet? Lesson C
  9. 9. GOAL 4 TALK ABOUT FOOD FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Reading ik A. Lookat the pictures.Take turns saying which food is ordinary and which food is special. Special Days, Special Food • wedding cake A fried rice • turkey All over the world, people eat special food on special days. At the New Year in Greece, people eat a special cake called vasilopita. Inside the cake, there is a coin. They cut the cake, and the person who ^ets the coin gets gooá luck. g j i B. Answer the questions. 1. When do the Greeks eat vasilopita'? 2. How long is the Japanese New Year holiday? 3. Why do the Japanese make Osechi boxes? 4. In what country do people eat Rosca de Reyes? 5. What do people do when they blow out the candies on a birthday cake? The Japanese have a three-day holiday at the New Year. They dont like to do any work during the holiday, so they cook the food before it begins. They put the food in boxes called Osechi boxes. The food is very beautiful. It is also delicious. Word Focus coin = metal money dolí = a small toy figure like a child 106 Eat Well
  10. 10. On January 6 in México, people eat a special cake called Rosca de Reyes. Inside the cake is a small plástic dolí. The person who gets the dolí has to have a party on February 2 and invite the other people. Communication Answer tUe questions in the first cotumn.Tlien ask two classmates tlie questions. But the best known of all special foods íthe birthday cake. _T.11 over the world, people celébrate :heir birthdays with a cake with candles. People blow out the candles and make a wish. Me Classmate 1 Classmate 2 What do you eat for breakfast? How much fruit do you eat each day? What do you eat at the New Year? Writing Write about what you eat each day and what you eat on special days. I usually have eggs for breakfast and a sandwich for lunch. I have dinner at six o'clock. We usually have rice, meat, and vegetables. Atthe New Year we eat special noodles, and of course for my birthday I have a birthday cake. Goal 4 Talk about food for special occasions Work with a partner. Make a list of all the special food in your country. Lesson D 107
  11. 11. VIDEO JOURNAL SLOW FOOD Before You Watch A. Write the food in the correct column. hamburger cheese fish mushrooms pizza hot dogs french fríes fruit • fruit • pizza Fast food hamburger Slow food cheese ik B. Tell a partner what foods you like and what foods you don't like. 08 EatWell
  12. 12. While You Watch Answer the questions. 1. Is Greve a big city? 2. What three things do the people of Chianti produce? 3, Does the mayor want to change Greve? 4, What is the goal of the Slow Food Movement?, 5. Whatdothefarmersof Pistola produce? After You Watch A. How can you slow down your life? Label the pictures with the phrases in the box. spend time with friends and family take a nap in the afternoon get more exercise eat healthy food B. Discuss with a partner: In what other ways can you slow down your life? Video Journal 109
  13. 13. Identify parts of the body to say how you feei Ask about and describe symptoms Identify remedies and give advice Learn and ta!k about prevention

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