11th – form
Subject: Eating out in Ukraine and in Great Britain. British pubs.
- to sum up the material about eating out in Ukraine;
- to introduce the information about eating out in Great Britain;
- to develop learners communicative skills and socio-cultural competence;
- to bring up the communicative skills, politeness, the desire to behave properly in any life situation.
I. The beginning
- Have you had breakfast before going to school?
- Where did you have it?
- Who cooked breakfast for you?
- Who didn’t have breakfast today?
- Raise your hands!
/Reading Quotation on the blackboard/
“Eating is not merely a material pleasure. Eating well gives a spectacular joy to life and contributes immensely to a good will and happy companionship”
/ Elsa Schiaparelly, a famous fashion designer, was born on September 10, 1890 in Rome, Italy, lived up to 83 years old./
3. Topic introduction:
We are going to discuss the topic “Eating out in Ukraine and in Great Britain. British pubs.”
4. Students’ expectations.
Think and try to predict: What will we do at the lesson?
- Review the material about eating out in Ukraine
- Make and act out dialogues keeping in mind rules of transforming direct speech into reported
- Watch video and learn about British pubs
- Develop and improve communicative skills, skills of cooperation
II. The main part
1. Material revision
/Answer the questions/
- Is eating out popular in Ukraine nowadays?
- Why does it become so popular?
- Is eating out popular in your family?
- You have read the text about eating out in Kyiv. What types of eating out places are there in Kyiv?
- What about our town?
- What place is the most popular in our town? Why?
2. Grammar revision
Exercise 5, page 110. (Read the text. Make up a dialogue by transforming the sentences into the direct speech. Act the dialogue out. Say where the people are having meals.)
3. Material presentation
a) From Exercise 5 you have learnt how to order food in the restaurant in Ukraine. You will watch some scenes of video.
Your task is to pay special attention to ordering food and drinks in the pub in Great Britain and answer the question:
What do you think the word “pub” mean?
b) Look through the exercise and decide what information you should learn from the video
What to do in the pub / have a drink; have a snack; dance, listen to music/
How to get a drink / Can I have a sparkling water? What will you have? What are you having? /
When to pay? /They don’t have a bill. /
What to say? / What will you have? What are you having, Caroline? What can I get you? /
c) Watching scene (2) 005.36
d) Doing Exercise
What a “pint” is? What are “crisps”? What does the word “pub” mean? What does the word “Crown” mean? What is “binge drinking”? What is “binge pack”?
f) Watching scene (3) 008.48
Pint [paint] пінта
Crown – 100
Binge pack – there is information about drinking (how much is too much) and a condom to encourage safe sex inside.
There are around fifty thousands of public houses in the UK. The British pub is said to be “the heart of England”. Say which of the following reasons can best explain why
- It is a place to meet people.
- It is a place to drink beer.
- It is the centre of the community.
- It is a place for darts nights and quiz nights
While – viewing activity
Watch scene 4 (009.19) and spot the difference between:
- a cafe and a pub
- a bar and a pub
- a rural village pub and pubs in towns and cities
- binge drinking and binge pack
Keys: a) pubs serve alcohol; b) bars and pubs look similar; c) in the village pub is the centre of community; d) Binge drinking – when people are drinking too much and get drunken very quickly. Binge pack – there is information about drinking (how much is too much) and a condom to encourage safe sex inside.
In groups use your exercises and information from the video, discuss it. Sum up the information and present it to the class.
III. The end of the lesson
Answer the questions:
Do you like the video?
What have you learnt from it?
What information was the most interesting for you?
What activities at the lesson do you like best of all?
Write a paragraph about pubs in the UK; exercise 5 (b).