HUNGRY ADVENTURES(Travelling and eating around the world)
Intermediate B2 level
To provide gist, scan, detailed, deduction and inference reading about different kinds of food.
To provide fluency speaking practice through discussion about different kinds of food they eat
Procedure (45-55 minutes)
*step one: I will show the students a picture of food in different countries(this picture is on the students' book page. 1) *Step two: I will give them the instruction of the task , I will tell them that they will see a picture of different kinds of food in different places, Look at the pictures and answer the following questions in :(1A and 1B) *Step 3:Iwill ask them ICQs about this task as follows: 1-What will you do first? S:(lookt at the picture on page 1 ) 2-After seeing the pictures of food, what will you do? S:(ask and answer the question in exercise 1A and 1B ) 3-Will you do this activity by yourself? S:(No, in groups) 4-How much time will you take? S:(4 minutes) 5-Good take your time S: (Start doing the activity) *Step 4:I will monitor them in task 1a and help them if they need. *Step 5 :I will give the feedback of exercise 1b on the projector and let them check their answers in (1 Minute)
Step 1:I will start this stage by presenting these words to the students (blocking words) on the projector or on the board or on PPP and I will use the board to write the analysis of the words 1- Ex:They're (passionate) about food and eating. (Page 1 , paragraph 1 , line 1) analysis : *pas‧sion‧ate /ˈpæʃənət/ adjective meaning: like CCQs:1-Do they like food and eating? S (Yes) Do you like food and eating? ....... Do you Know any one of your friends is passionate about food?... Excellent 2-Ex:-How many kinds of food will you eat in this (tiny) country. (Page 1 , paragraph 2 , line 6) analysis: *ti‧ny adjective meaning : very small CCQs:1-Is this country big? S (No) 2-Is this place very small? S (yes) 3-Have you ever visited a small place?... 4-Do you know one of your family live in a small place? 3-Ex:There are places to eat here to suit everyone - from (food stalls) in shopping malls to more upmarket and more expensive! Restaurants. (Page 1 , paragraph 5 , line 1) analysis:Food‧stall /*fʊ:dstɔːl $ -stɒːl/ noun [countable] meaning : a small shop that has an open front and sells food and drinks. CCqs:Is it a big shop or small?(small) 2-Does it serve food or books?(food) 3-Have you ever bought food from this place?..... 4-Do you know a place like this? …. 4-Ex: what kind of (cuisine) do you fancy ? analysis:cui‧sine /kwɪ*ziːn/ noun [uncountable] meaning: a style of cooking CCQs:1-Is it a way of cooking?(yes) 2-Does it differ from place to another ?(yes) 3-Have you tried the Italian cuisine?.... 4-Does your mother like the Italian cuisine?... Step2 controlled practise page 1 workbook exercise No.2A 1-I will ask the students to close their books and look at me . 2-I will explain the task for the students as follows: A-read the sentences from 1 to 8 and choose one adjective from the three choices. B-Underline the true adjective. ICQs: 1-What will you do first? S : Read the sentences from 1 to 8 2-How many adjectives are there ? S: three adjective 3-Will you circle the answer or underline it? S : underline it 4-After you finish will you check it with your classmate or on the board? S: board. C-Check your answer on the board. The answers are (1-given 2-cooked 3-raw 4-crunchy 5-creany 6-sour 7-fresh 8-heavy) Excellent Step3 controlled practise page 1 workbook exercise No.2B 1-I will ask the students to close their books and look at me . 2-I will explain the task for the students as follows: A-read the sentences from 1 to 6 and choose one verb from the box. B-Write the true verb in the space. ICQs: 1-What will you do first? S : Read the sentences from 1 to 6 2-Will you circle the answer ,underline it or write it? S : write it 4-After you finish will you check it with your classmate or on the board? S: board. C-Check your answer on the board. The answers are (1-given 2-mix 3-chop 4-heat up 5-add 6-serve 7-stir-smash) Excellent
I start this stage by tasks: 4a , 4b , 4c and 4d in this task the students read for gist (quick reading) to know the country which the writer talk about . Task(4a):Look at the photo on the left. Which country do you think it is? Task (4b):Read the blog, Hungry adventures. Check your answer to 4a. Task (4c):Read the blog again. Find the descriptions of the dishes and match them with the food photos a-d. 1 -chicken satay 3 - cendol 2 - muri ghonto 4 - thosai Task (4d):Discuss the questions. 1- Did the blog writer enjoy the dishes in A? 2- Which of the dishes would you like to try? Task (4e):Read the blog again and answer the questions. 1- What two habits show that the people in Singapore love food? 2- What did the blog writer eat with her fish head curry? 3- Why can’t you buy food on the street in Singapore? 4- Why didn’t she have sup tulang at the Golden Mile Food Centre? 5- Why didn’t she eat anything in the Arab Quarter? 6- Which area of Singapore didn’t she visit? -I will divide the class into five groups and I will let them talk to each other to help each other and ask each group about their answer, at the end I will give them quick feed back to sumarise the idea.
In this satge I will follow a jigsaw reading activity and I will float from group to group to help them in time of need by using the following steps: 1-I will divide the class into five groups ,each group contains 5 students, 3 males and 2 females. 2-I will appoint one student from each group to be the leader(mature one) 3-I will divide the lesson into five segments, each student will read one paragraph 4-Student 1 will read segment one on page1 , student 2 will read segment two on page 2 and so on. 5-I will give them 5 minutes to read their segments (once or twice) 6-I will choose one student from each group with the same segment in order to form an expert group.Iwill let them discuss their knowledge about the current segment and let them rehearse the presentation. 7-I will bring the students back to their groups and I will ask each student to present his segment .
I will ask each group to discuss the following tasks : *Task (4f) Imagine you are visiting Singapore. *Where will you go? *What will you eat? Ex:I’d really like to go to a big hawker centre, so we can see all the different options. *Task (5a)You are going to talk about a special meal. Make notes about one of these meals. Use the ideas in the box to help you plan what to say. • the most special meal that you’ve ever made • the most delicious meal you’ve ever eaten • a meal you’ll never forget where? when? who with? ingredients? how was the food cooked? taste, smell, colour? *Task(5b)Take turns to describe your meals. Then talk about which of the meals sounds the most delicious. Ex:The most delicious meal I've ever eaten was in a little restaurant near my grandparents’ house. I ate ...