Серия уроков для недели английского языка Taste Sight Hearing Touch Smell by Venedictova Tatiana, school # 473. - презентация
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Серия уроков для недели английского языка Taste Sight Hearing Touch Smell by Venedictova Tatiana, school # 473
Those who have not tasted the bitterest of lifes bitters can never appreciate the sweetest of lifes sweets Big ideas: Taste helps us, among other things, to select and to enjoy food. There are four familiar tastes.
READ THE ARTICLE Tasting and smelling work very closely together. If you cant smell your food, it is difficult to recognize the taste. You may have noticed this when youve had a bad cold with a stuffed up nose. Tasting is the work of your tongue. All over your tongue are tiny taste sensors called buds. If you look at your tongue in a mirror, you can see the small groups of taste buds. They are what give your tongue its rough appearance. Each taste bud has a small opening in it. Tiny pieces of food and drink enter this opening. There are taste sensors gather information about the taste and send messages to your brain. Your brain decides what the taste is.
vocabulary Bitter taste-горький вкус/привкус Bitter as gall/wormwood- горький как полынь Bitterfish-горьковатый Delicious-очень вкусный Palatable-аппетитный The food tasted good-вкусная еда Toothsome- приятный на вкус Mild taste-мягкий вкус/привкус. Sour taste- кислый вкус Bitters- горькое лекарство Strong taste- сильный привкус/ стойкий вкус Tart- кислый; терпкий; едкий. Savoury- приятный на вкус. Savoury fillings- пикантная начинка. Astringent-вяжущий Hot- острый, пикантный, пряный. Sweet- сладкий; сладость. Honeyed-медовый, подслащенный медом To leave a taste-оставить какой-либо вкус tasteless-безвкусный.
A bad taste in my mouth-a filling that something is false or unfair, a feeling of ill will. Give him a taste of his own medicine-do to him what he does. Want it so bad I can taste it- want it very much, die for. Have a sip-have a small taste drink through a straw Make ones mouth water- look or smell very good, make one want to eat or smells Melt in ones mouth-be so tender as to seem to need no chewing, taste very good. Yummy- delicious, tasty Taste idioms
Sensitive writing You and your sister decide to concoct a new drink. You mix all the carbonated drinks in refrigerator into your mums blender. Then you add strawberries, bananas, tomatoes. Last, you throw in a raw egg, a cup of milk, and some ice. As the blender crushes the mixture into a drink, you and your sister argue over who will have to taste it first. You lose. Describe the taste of that first swallow.
Materials needed: Serving bowls, paper plates, smallest size paper cups, toothpicks, plastic forks and spoons, napkins, paper strips to write food labels on. Learn the names of foods brought in and words for qualities of tastes and texture.words peanut butter jelly honey pieces of fruit crackers pickles raw vegetables bread pudding applesauce nuts pasta cheese lemon juices sardines popcorn olives
GAME Write the names of the food on the blackboard.Divide students into groups of 3 or 4. One student in each group is blindfolded, who pinches his nose and tasted the food, guessing what it is. Then he smells it and tasted it again, changing the guess if needed. He must describe the texture and how it smell and tastes. The others write down the items and the guess,and let him know what it really is. When 5 items have been presented, the blindfold is taken off and another student wears the blindfold.
DISCUSSION What foods were easy to identify? Hard to identify? Did smell help in identifying the food you were eating? Did the texture help in identifying the food? Which of the foods do you like? Which were foods that you had never tasted before? Which of the foods are healthy? Which are called junk foods? Why is it junk food?
TASK 1 Select one adjective from the list and write the name of one food that illustrates that adjective –Examples: Sweet - ice cream Bubbly - soda
TASK 2 Select ten different foods and write as many adjectives about each as you can think of Examples Potato chips – salty, crispy, crunchy Pudding – smooth, creamy, sweet Pick two items and compare them. Write a paragraph about the tasting party.
SENSE-SATIONAL FACTS A toad extends to lick up an earwig. Its tongue can flick out and back again in one-tenth of a second. Insects have the most highly developed sense of taste. They have taste organs on their feet, antennae, and mouthparts. Fish can taste with their fins and tail as well as their mouth. In general, girls have more tastebuds than boys.