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   0 COURSE: SENIOR 5 CLASS 01 Objectives MOVIE: RATATOUILLE Revising tenses. Checking level on clozes Checking level on reading and understanding Introducing some vocab on food. Material DVD: Ratatouille (I have it) Warm –  up 10 min Oral Work –  Introducing myself- Get to know students through questions about personal interests, spare time activities,etc. Teaching 60 min 40 min Act.1 and 2 : Reading Comprehension activities based on movie Act.3: Listening for specific information Act.4: Tenses(gap filling) Act.5 : Vocab food in context. Students work individually. BREAK Act. 6: Idioms with food (I have the flashcards) I’ll give out one card per student containing a drawing. Students will have to guess the idiom represented (I’ll explain the meaning of idiomatic expression beforehand and students will do the exercise with my help) I’ll write the idioms on the bb and together, we’ll provide an example in order to see the idiom in context.   Act.7: Cloze exercise Act.8: Cooking crossword( Students work in pairs and share knowledge on vocab food) Shaping –  up None for the time being Homework  “Fat and drunk UK” :Reading Comprehension+ activities   1 COURSE: SENIOR 5 CLASS 1 Activity 1: Answer the following questions:  (0:00-8:20)   1) Where is the best food in the world made? 2) How far in advance does a customer need to book a table at Gusteau‟s?  3) What‟s the rating of Gusteau‟s restaurant?  4) What‟s special about Remy, the rat?  5) Mention three things Remy can smell: 6) What‟s the difference between Remy‟s brother and father?  7) What was Remy‟s first job?  8) What does Remy think of humans? 9) What do Remy and Emile look for in the kitchen? 10) What other special ability does Remy have? Activity 2: True or False?Justify (8:20-31:20)      Gusteau‟s restaurant lost 2 stars after a review from Ego, a food critic. ________      Gusteau advises Remy not to steal. ______   Linguini is hired to work as a chef. ______   The Sous chef is responsible for waiting the tables when the chef is not around. ______   The Saucier is in charge of sauces. ______    Gusteau‟s motto is …………………………………………………………..      Mention some spices: ……………………………………………………….     Linguini sets Remy free because he took pity on him. ______ Activity 3: Fill in the gaps with one word or a phrase (53:00-1:06:00)  1. “We figured you didn‟t survive the ………………….”  2. “Don‟t just ……………….it down!(Meaning?)  3. “I‟m tired of ……………..I want to ……………………………”  4. “This is what happens when a rat gets a little too ………………….with ………………..  5. “You can‟t change ………………….”  6. “I hate ……………………………..”  7. “I have a secret. It‟s sort of ………………………”   Activity 4: TENSES: Complete the review with the appropriate tense   2 Remy, a provincial rat with a wonderful sense of smell, ………….(hate) garbage and …………….(risk) death to enter a human kitchen where he ………………..(discover) real food and the cooking of five-star chef, Anton Gusteau, author of Anyone Can Cook. On the day Remy learns his hero……………..(die), he ………………(evict) and ends up alone in Paris. By luck, he discovers Gusteau's restaurant, down to three stars and run by a frozen-food-hawking chef. As Remy enters, so does Linguini, a clumsy youth ……………(hire) as a garbage boy. To save the soup that Linguini accidentally fouls, Remy …………..(throw) in some ingredients; the soup …………..(be) a su ccess and Linguini's career as a chef……………(born). Can Remy find a way to maintain the fiction and use his gift? Activity 5: Food vocabulary:Brainstorming by category   With your partner, write as many different English words or expressions as you can in the categories below. If there is something you don’t know the word for but can explain by drawing,  miming or describing the function, you can ask your teacher for help. Kitchen equipment Ways of cooking food Other things you do to food Activity 6: IDIOMS WITH FOOD a) Someone who often drops things is a ……………………………. E.g: b) Sth that you don‟t like very much it‟s not……………………………… E.g  c) Sth very easy is a ……………………………. .E.g  d) If you drive crazy you go……………..or………………….. E.g  e) A trustworthy person is a ………………………………….E.g  f) Sb who is tough and doesn‟t show emotions is………………………….. E.g  g) Sth that is suspicious is ……………………………… E.g  h) Hair that is becoming grey is………………………………E.g     3 i) If you are in trouble you may be in a…………………………. E.g.  j) To be crowded tightly together in a small place ……………………………. E.g  k) Sb who spends a lot of time sitting and watching TV is a …………………………….E.g  l) To be embarrassed ………………………………………E.g  m) To lose physical strength because one gets frightened or nervous …………………………………E.g   Activity 7: CLOZE: Complete the review with suitable verbs or words. Considering the Disney empire ………….. founded on a mouse, it would be rash to dismiss Ratatouille simply on the basis ………….. it's about a rat. This ………… only Pixar's second collaboration with Disney, but it's clearly business as usual for the animation company whose streak of winners continues ……………..Ratatouille. Much of the credit lays at the feet of its writer ………………director Brad Bird, ……………..p ast credits include The Iron Giant and The Incredibles. And while Ratatouille may lack the pioneering invention and sardonic wit of some of Pixar's previous films, there ……………….plenty to enjoy ……………….the kid in everyone. …………..the title indicates, Ratatouille ……………. a culinary flavour as it regales the unlikely story of Remy (Patton Oswalt), a Parisian rat …………..a passion for cooking. Much of the film………….. set in the bustling kitchen of Gusteau's, an upscale restaurant so realistically rendered it's possible to almost smell the mouthwatering aromas wafting around. It captures beautifully the feel of Paris with its cobbled streets and glimmering skyline. Remy ……………… possessed of a more sophisticated palette than his brother Emile (Peter Sohn) and the rest of his rat colony and is not content with a life rummaging through rubbish. He is visited …………. the ghost of his cooking hero, Gusteau (Brad Garrett), whose motto is 'Anyone can cook'. Gusteau, following in death the credo he made famous in life, encourages Remy …………….use his catering skills to rescue his restaurant whose reputation has floundered since his passing. Activity 8: Crossword puzzle COOKING
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