Презентация "Let’s have a big pizza!" 6 класс


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  • Food
  • Учитель: Глущенко Татьяна Николаевна,
  • учитель 1 категории МОУ «СОШ №3 с углубленным изучением отдельных предметов» г. Нефтекумска

  • to hate vegetarian boring
  • pepperoni sausage
  • Guess the meaning of the underlined words.
  • What do you want to drink? – What do you recommend?
  • (рекомендовать)
  • I like spinach and olives.
  • I’m allergic to oranges.
  • (аллергический)
  • (шпинат)
  • (оливки)

  • Margarita
  • Venetiana
  • Neptune
  • Corsicana
  • Florentina
  • La Reine
  • There is no…in it.
  • There are not any…in it.

  • Listen to the tape and answer the questions:
  • Who is hungry?
  • Is there any fish in a Neptune?
  • What does Betsey recommend?
  • What are Robin and Betsey going to have then?

Who can/can’t have it?

  • Neptune
  • Venetiana
  • Corsicana
  • Model: Alice can’t have a Venetiana because she is a vegetarian.
  • Misha can’t have…because he… Robin can’t have…because he…
  • Misha can have… Robin can have…
  • What kind of pizza do Russian people prefer?
  • What pizza do you like?
  • Ask your classmates what pizza they like and make your own dialogues.

Translation

  • В пицце есть мясо?
  • Is there any meat in a pizza?
  • В пицце есть овощи?
  • Are there any vegetables in a pizza?
  • Я вегетарианец.
  • I am a vegetarian.
  • 4.В пицце сыр, помидоры, перцы, лук и курица.
  • There is some cheese, tomatoes, peppers, onions and chicken in a pizza.

Why can’t they have a Corsicana?

  • Corsicana
  • 1. No, there isn’t.
  • 2. No, there isn’t.
  • 3. Yes, there are.
  • They can’t have it because…
  • Robin hates onions.

Look at the menu and recommend a pizza.

  • Margarita
  • Neptune
  • Corsicana
  • He can have a Margarita.
  • He can have a Neptune.
  • She can have a Corsicana.
  • He can have…

What do you think about it?

  • Ask and answer questions about food.
  • Use these phrases:
  • I like it. I like them. I hate it. I hate them. I don’t like it. I don’t like them. It’s very nice.
  • I’m allergic to it. I’m allergic to them. It’s tasty.
  • They are tasty. It’s awful. They are awful. I don’t eat it. I don’t eat them. It’s OK.
  • Model: -What do you think about…?
  • - I like it./ I like them.

  • Test.
  • There is … fish in it.
  • a) no
  • b) not
  • c) no any
  • 2. I am a vegetarian, so I can’t have pizza with …
  • a) onion
  • b) meat
  • c) spinach
  • 3. There … some mushrooms in it.
  • a) are
  • b) is
  • c) not
  • 4. I can’t have a Neptune, because I am allergic to …
  • a) tomatoes
  • b) oranges
  • c) fish
  • 5. There are … onions in it.
  • a) not
  • b) not any
  • c) no not
  • 6. There are … eggs in it.
  • a) not
  • b) not any
  • c) any

  • Test.
  • There is … fish in it.
  • a) no
  • 2. I am a vegetarian, so I can’t have pizza with …
  • b) meat
  • 3. There … some mushrooms in it.
  • a) are
  • 4. I can’t have a Neptune, because I am allergic to …
  • c) fish
  • 5. There are … onions in it.
  • b) not any
  • 6. There are … eggs in it.
  • b) not any

  • Food

Home task

  • Make your favourite pizza. You need scissors and some glue. Describe it using the structures “There is/are some…”, “There is/are no/not any…”

  • vegetables

  • mushrooms

  • chicken

  • fish

  • oranges

  • onions

  • peppers

  • cheese

  • ham

  • sausages

  • meat

  • pizza

  • tomatoes

  • eggs