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Unit 7. Recipes and eating habits. Lesson 5. Skills 1

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Welcome to all the students and teachers to come home today
Unit 7
1. Work in pairs. Answer the questions.
1. What can you see in each picture?
2. Have you ever tried the dishes in the pictures? If so, how did you find them?
Picture A: different types of sushi 
Picture B: miso soup
Picture C: a bowl of rice 
Picture D: sliced cucumber/pickled cucumber
I have never tried the dishes.
- arrange dish:
Từ vựng
bài trí món ăn
- raw food:
- component (n)
- typically (adv): 
dưa hành muối
đồ ăn tươi sống
thành phần
- pickles (n):
một cách đặc trưng
- eating habit: 
- portion (n):
thói quen ăn uống
khẩu phần
- soy sauce:
nước tương
- cucumber (n):
dưa chuột
- ginger (n):
2. Now read an article about Japanese eating habits. Match the headings (1-3) with the paragraphs (A-C).  
The art of arranging dishes.
2. The habit of having raw food and simple sauces.
3. Components in a typical Japanese meal.
A.Typically, a Japanese meal consists of rice, miso soup, the main dish(es) and pickles. Rice is the staple and plays a central part in people’s eating habits. Japanese rice is sticky and nutritious, so when combined with the main dishes and the soup, they make a complete meal. The portions of each dish are individually served.
B. The most important characteristic of their eating habits is they like raw food and do not use sauces with a strong flavour. Two typical examples are sashimi and sushi. The Japanese make sashimi simply by cutting fresh fish. Then they serve it with a dipping sauce made from soy sauce and spicy Japanese horseradish (wasabi). Sushi is similar. The cooked, vinegared rice can be combined with raw fish, prawn, avocado, cucumber or egg. Sushi is usually served with soy sauce and pickled ginger.
C. It is said that the Japanese eat with their eyes. Therefore, the arrangement of dishes is another significant feature of their eating habits. If you join a Japanese meal, you may be excited to see how the colourful dishes are arranged according to a traditional pattern. In addition, there are plates and bowls of different sizes and designs. They are carefully presented to match the food they carry.
 3. Components in a typical Japanese meal
2. The habit of having raw food and simple sauces
1. The art of arranging dishes
3. Read the article again and answer the questions. 
1. What is the most important feature of Japanese eating habits?
2. How do they make sashimi?
=> They like raw food and do not use sauces with a strong flavour.
=> They cut fresh fish.
3. What sauce can both sashimi and sushi be served with?
4. How many components are there in a typical Japanese meal?
5.How is rice important in Japanese meals?
6.Why do people say that the Japanese eat with their eyes?
=> Both can be served with soy sauce.
There are four (rice, miso soup, main dish(es), pickles).
=> Rice is the staple food and is very nutritious.
=> Because the dishes are presented in different bowls and plates, and are arranged carefully according to a traditional pattern.
1.What is the most important feature of Vietnamese eating habits?
4. Work in groups. Discuss the eating habits of Vietnamese people. You can use the following questions as cues. 
⇒ Vietnamese people usually have big dinner with at least 3 dishes and use many kinds of special sauces for each dish.
2. What are the typical components in a Vietnamese meal ?
⇒ Rice is the typical components in a Vietnamese meal.
3. What is the staple of our country?
⇒ Rice is the staple.
4. How are the dishes arranged?
⇒A tray of food with a small bowl of sauce in the middle.
5. Are there any other characteristics of our eating habits that you know?
⇒ Vegetable and soup are two dishes that always appear in a typical Vietnamese meal; after a meal, we usually eat fruit for desserts.
6. In general, do Vietnamese people have healthy eating habits?
⇒ Yes, because we eat a lot of vegetables and fruits.
5. Imagine that you take part in an international competition in which competitors talk about the eating habits of their own country. Present your group`s ideas about Vietnamese eating habits.
Vietnamese eating habits 
Vietnamese food is varied and distinctive. It is considerably low fat and high in carbohydrates. Traditional Vietnamese cooking usually uses fresh ingredients, little dairy and oil, and various herbs and vegetables. Different sauces such as fish sauce, shrimp paste, and soya sauce are quite popular in various regions.
There is no concept of ‘courses’ in a Vietnamese meal. A meal consists of various dishes: main dish (meat, fish, egg or tofu), vegetable, soup and rice. Rice is the staple in Viet Nam. In many families, people eat around a tray of food with a small bowl of fish sauce in the middle. Around this bowl are the dishes. If people place the food on a table, a similar arrangement is followed. Dishes are served communally. Usually there is a big dish/bowl of each dish, and people use chopsticks and spoons to get their share.
In general, Vietnamese food is considered healthy and is popular in other countries.
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