Разработка урока английского языка для 8 класса, тема: “Eat to live or live to eat?”

Автор: Степанова Ольга Александровна

Организация: ГБОУ «Школа №1420»

Населенный пункт: г. Москва

Цели: систематизировать лексику урока, развитие навыков монологического высказывания, использование в речи модальных глаголов, развитие умения извлекать нужную информацию из текста при чтении и аудировании,  воспитание школьной дисциплины.

Ход урока

  1. Write the words into the correct group.


Bacon roast chicken tomato ketchupsalt   onion vinegar eggs cheese beans   sausages chocolate steak





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  1. Work with video


  1. Do you like guacamole? Do you know how to make it? In this video, the head chef at a Mexican restaurant in London shows us how to make a proper guacamole. Watch the video and do the exercises to check your understanding.
  1. Checkyourunderstanding: ordering

Write a number (1-8) to put the steps of the recipe in order.


Deseed, chop and add the chillies.


Add lime juice to the avocados.


Remove the avocado skin and bone.




Chop and add the tomatoes and onions.


Add the coriander and chopped garlic.


Mix and serve with grilled tortillas.


Add some olive oil, a pinch of salt,Tabasco sauce and some sugar.



  1. Discussion:What are your favorite snacks?

Are they healthy?

How often and when do you eat snacks?

Do you agree that there should be more controls to protect young people from unhealthy snacks?


  1. Work in groups with texts

Mmm ... do you fancy a tasty bag of crisps? Or how about a yummy chocolate bar? British peoplelove their snacks. Find out more about some popular British snacks.

Snack facts

Young people in Britain eat more snacks than people of the same age in other European countries. A recent survey has discovered that 64% of under 20-year-olds snack between meals. How does this compare with other countries? 58.7% of

young people snack in Germany, 53% in France and only 40.7% in Spain. What are these young Brits eating? Savory snacks, especially crisps, are the favourite snack in the UK. Snack researchers found that the average person in Britain

spends 43 pounds on savourysnacks each year, compared with 12 pounds for the French and only 7 pounds for the Italians. British people are spending a total of about 2.8 billion pounds a year on savoury snacks!!



What are crisps exactly? They are very thin slices of potato, cooked in oil then covered in salt or other salty flavours. British people are mad for crisps and they like them in a huge variety of flavours. Some of the most popular flavours include cheese and onion, salt and vinegar, steak and onion, roast chicken, tomato

ketchup, and cheese and bacon. A crisp-making company held a competition recently to find new excitingflavours for their crisps. The competition was called ‘Do us a flavour’ and the company received more than a million suggestions for

newflavours. The finalists included squirrel flavour and onion bhajiflavour. The winner was builder’s breakfast, which tried to replicate the tastes of a full English breakfast including bacon, eggs, sausagesand beans. The flavour was suggested by Emma Rushin of Belper, Derbyshire, who won £50,000 and 1%of future sales of her flavour. You can’t find builder’s breakfast crisps in the shops now – they were

discontinued after one year. If you want to know what kind of crisps are most popular with people in the UK you can find a list on ‘The crisp list’ which describes itself as a website ‘for people who love crisps’.



The British love chocolate. In fact, they spend more on chocolate than any other European country! If you go to any newsagent’s shop in the UK you’ll see a huge selection of chocolate bars on sale. There is milk chocolate, dark chocolate and white chocolate. There are small bars of chocolate, medium-sized bars and

massive bars of chocolate. You can buy mint-flavoured chocolate, chocolate-covered peanuts or raisins, chocolate with nuts, chocolate with toffee ... the list is endless! One brand of chocolate bar recently asked viewers to try four new flavours of a chocolate and then vote on Facebook for their favourite. The bar with

the most votes will be permanently added to their range.Big chocolate eggs are sold in newsagents', sweet shops and supermarkets around Easter time. Parents,

grandparents, aunts and uncles buy Easter eggs for children at this time of year.



While crisps and other savoury snacks can be delicious, many people are worried that young people eat too many of these kinds of foods. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is a government organisation that is responsible for food safety and food hygiene in the UK. The FSA issued a warning recently that many children's snacks contained dangerously high levels of salt. Some parents are unhappy that their children can buy snack foods that are high in sugar, salt or fat such as sweets, biscuits and crisps from vending machines in schools. Some schools have banned these types of vending machines.

Advertising and marketing is another controversial area. Some people feel that advertising for junk food and unhealthy snacks should not be directed at children and teenagers. One opinion is that young peopleshould be protected by a ban on this kind of advertising before 9 p.m. on TV and that there should be more

controls over websites, sponsorship and in-store promotions. What do you think?


1. Check your understanding: true or false

Circle True or False for these sentences.

1. British people eat fewer snacks than other Europeans. True False

2. Crisps are usually made from potatoes. True False

3. There was a competition in the UK to find new tastes for crisps. True False

4. The winner of the ‘Do us a flavour’ competition was squirrel flavour. True False

5. You can buy chocolate at a newsagent’s in Britain. True False

6. All schools have machines that sell unhealthy snacks. True False

  1. Conclusion:


Eat to live or live to eat?

Список использованной литературы

  1. Учебник «Английский в фокусе» для 8 класса, Ю.Е.Ваулина, Д.Дули, Просвещение, 2014г.
  2. Ресурс British Council


  1. Ссылка на видео: http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/study-break/video-zone/how-make-guacamole
Опубликовано: 16.03.2015