This lesson contains 31 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.
Lesson duration is: 80 min
Items in this lesson
Slide 1 - Slide
Speaking activity *
Slide 2 - Slide
A2: I can understand the most important details of a video.
I know the difference between Junk Food and Fast Food.
A1: I can find specific details in a text.
Slide 3 - Slide
What is a typical English breakfast (hint look at ex. 4, p.133)
What do most people in Britain eat for dinner?
What vegetables are popular that the English put in their evening meals?
What do the British eat too much of?
Let's watch a celebrity eat and explain British food...
Slide 4 - Slide
Slide 5 - Video
What was she having?
Slide 6 - Open question
What is black pudding made of?
Slide 7 - Open question
What is a scotch egg?
Slide 8 - Open question
Why was a cornish pasty invented?
Slide 9 - Open question
What is ''The Chippy''?
The place where you can get your fish and chips.
Slide 10 - Quiz
What is Bubbly and Squeak?
Slide 11 - Open question
Florence Pugh Eats 11 English Dishes - Mukbang | Vogue
Which dish looks the tastiest? Which doesn't?
What food would you like to try? Why?
Which food wouldn't you try? Why?
Slide 12 - Slide
Today's lesson is all about fast food.
You are going to watch some videos about fast food.
You also are going to read a text about junk food.
Goal: -You can understand short videos about fast food.
- You can also form your own opinion about junk food.
- You can read and understand a short text about junk food.
Slide 13 - Slide
Do you like junk food?
Slide 14 - Poll
What are junk food and fast food? Is there a difference?
Slide 15 - Open question
Junk food vs. Fast food
Junk food = unhealthy food that is high in calories from sugar or fat, with little dietary fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals, or other important forms of nutritional value. --> Literally JUNK food (food with a lot of junk (bad chemicals, sugar, etc.) added to it)
Fast food = easily prepared processed food served in snack bars and restaurants as a quick meal or to be taken away. --> Literally FAST food (food that is prepared fast)
What is your favorite fast food and junk food?
Let's watch a video about Junk Food...
Slide 16 - Slide
Slide 17 - Video
What is 'Bliss Point'?
When something tastes so good that you want more and you are happy.
When something makes you happy.
When something does not taste good.
Slide 18 - Quiz
How do companies get you to that 'Bliss Point'?
Slide 19 - Open question
What do they add to get you to that Bliss point?
Slide 20 - Open question
Slide 21 - Video
What makes the menu from a fast food restaurant more attractive than the menu from a regular restaurant?
Slide 22 - Open question
What does Hans Taparia mean by simple, cheap and bold & bright?
Slide 23 - Open question
What are some of the menu tricks of the fast food restaurant? (name 2)
Slide 24 - Open question
Do you get a good deal when you're buying a ''combo meal''?
Slide 25 - Quiz
Do you use coupons or apps to get a discount at your favorite fast food restaurant?
Slide 26 - Mind map
Why do we still eat at a fast food restaurant than at a salad place?
Slide 27 - Open question
Do you think fast food restaurants scam people into buying their food? Why (not)?
Slide 28 - Mind map
C Reading: The Science of Junk Food
Open your book on p. 140 and look at ex. 17
Fill in the quiz....
Let's look at the text on p.141 and ex. 18
Let's do ex. 18a questions 1 & 2 together
Finish ex. 18a,b, c & d
Done? do ex. 19, 20 & 21
Slide 29 - Slide
Speaking Activity: Grocery shopping
Duo's (with your neighbor sitting next to you)
Open your book on p.144
Look at ex. 23 = Name all the product that you can buy at a supermarket that you know (in English, of course...)
Done? Raise your hand
You'll get a hand-out
One person is the market vendor and the other the customer
Role play what would happen at your market (Use Stone 7 on p.144)