What should you do to keep fit?
-talking about good and bad habits for health, giving advice using the Modal verb “should”;
- to bring-up students to lead a healthy lifestyle, help each other and take care of their relatives, friends;
-To develop their listening, speaking, reading, writing and critical thinking skills, to enrich their vocabulary;
-talk about good and bad habits for health, give advice using the Modal verb “should”;
- lead a healthy lifestyle, help each other and take care of their relatives, friends;
-listen, speak, read, write and think critically on this theme;
ICT, group work, pair work, dialogue, strategies of critical thinking (brainstorming, matching, project work)
Books, dictionaries, pictures, mobile phones, posters, markers, computers
Greeting. Students will be divided into 2 groups
“Let’s do exercises”
Checking up the homework
What was your homework?
Ex.9, p.112 complete the table with have and has.
What modal verbs do you know?
When do we use the modal verb “should”?
Find medical words in the word search grid. (10words)
Students answer the questions
Listen to the dialogue and complete the table
Read the magazine article and find the words for two topics
Name: Alice Watson/Wilson
Age range: 26/35
Health problem: yes/no
Kind of exercises which
she does at the moment: swimming/tennis
Reason she has decided
to join up: to improve fitness/ to lose weight
School subjects / Technology
Find the words from the text which mean the same
Let’s make a «health code»
- A short time ago
- In good health
- At the present time
- Unhealthy food
You…drink cold water.
You…air the room.
Match the phrases with the pictures
Having regular check-ups
Project work (work with poster)
Group 1: What should you do to keep fit?
Group 2: What shouldn’t you do to keep fit?
Assess effectiveness of whole concepts
-Too little food makes you thin
-Too much food makes you fat
-The wrong food makes you ill
-The right food keeps you well.
To evaluate the students
Assess themselves according the control card
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The 20 th of December
Ex.5 Put some or any in the gaps
I don’t have _____ money in my pocket, but I have ________money in the bank.
Are there ______ letters for me this morning?
I never have _______ breakfast. I’m not hungry in the morning.
Don’t buy _______ bread. There’s ________ bread on the bread-plate.
I have to go to the supermarket, there is not _______ food in the fridge.
You have _______ lovely pictures in your house.
The 20 th of December
Chewing quietly, chewing quietly Do not slurp, do not slurp, We must say excuse me, We must say excuse me When we burp, When we burp.
Every day you sit down at the table for having meal. You should be polite and follow the etiquette. Rules of table manners will help you. Let’s start.
Don’t put your elbows on the table
Don’t wave your fork
Don’t talk with your mouth full
Don’t blow your nose
Don’t reach across the table
Don’t speak while eating
Use your knife, fork, spoon properly
Sit up straight
Some more rules
Hold silverware correctly
Match the questions with the answers
What is the correct way to sit at the table?
Nowhere near the table. Reading at meals is a bad habit and impolite towards others
What do you say if you like the dish very much?
It tastes really fine. It was very delicious.
Do you use your knife or fork to take a slice of bread from the table?
Sit straight and close to the table. Don’t put your elbows on the table.
What do you say if you dislike the dish?
Nothing. Keep your impressions to yourself, its impolite towards the hostess.
How do you cut your meat?
Neither. Your hand is quite correct to get a slice of bread for yourself.
Where do you keep your book or newspaper during a meal, on the table or on your lap?
It is wrong first to cut all the meat on your plate in small pieces and then eat it. Cut off a slice, eat it and then cut another slice.
What do you do with the spoon after stirring your tea?
Don’t leave the spoon in your glass while drinking. Put it on your saucer.
It sounds strange to say “Good appetite” in Britain.
In fact the English don’t usually say anything special.
They make sure to leave a little of everything while eating.
Guess the rules
Homework ex.6 p.88, ex.7 p.89