Suggested level – 7th Grade A2 Pre – intermediate


·        навчальна: активізувати лексичний матеріал теми  “Food”, повторити граматичний матеріал

·        освітня: формувати уявлення учнів про значення здорового харчування у житті людини та шкоду, яку завдає організму нездорова їжа;

·        розвивальна: розвивати лексико-фонетичні та лексико-граматичні навички, комунікативну майстерність, навички аналізу та узагальнення і систематизації інформації;

·        виховна: сприяти формуванню здорового способу життя учнів, запобігати виникненню шкідливих звичок у харчуванні школярів, розкривати їх творчий потенціал.

Тип уроку: урок формування комунікативних вмінь та навичок. Урок дискусія.


  1. Introduction.


T.: Good morning, dear friends! I am glad to see you! Let`s start our lesson. Look at each other. Smile to each other. Enjoy our lesson! A warm smile at the lesson will encourage our work.


Today we are going to speak about food. Food gives us energy and health. But it can also be harmful. What should we choose junk or healthy food? It depends on the person`s choice. So, we are going to learn about positive and negative features of our eating habits.


Put “ Susanna” ( a woman wearing an apron with a big mouth)  on the blackboard. Ask pupils to come out to put the food item in her mouth while the teacher is reading.

T.: Listen carefully and be ready to answer the questions:

  • What healthy food did Susanna eat?
  • What junk food did she eat?

Rhyme “ Susanna ”

There was an old lady, her name was Susanna.

She wanted to eat healthy so she swallowed an orange,

That tasted so good she thought she should share it.

Next she started crunching a long juicy cucumber.

She really liked the cucumber`s crunch.

Then she baked a cake, what a wonderful lunch!

She had some tomatoes and some apples too,

Eating lots of fruits and veggies is the smart thing to do!

She drank a tall glass of papaya juice; she had some wholemeal bread,

A frozen pudding for dessert and Susanna was well fed!

  1. Grammar practice. Quantity words: little, few, a lot of, plenty of, many, much.

Let`s go on on our food training. Have a look at food pyramid. It will help us to make a healthy choice and stay with good health wealthy. So, you should eat a lot of food at the base, and less of food in upper pyramid space. Avoid junk food with fat, sugar, salt at the top, it`s good way for calories to stop. Rest and sleep are important for you, be healthy, just do.


T.: You are going to read a text. It will help you To answer the question “ Is fast food always junk food? ”

Is Fast Food Always Junk Food?

You` ve done your homework, you feel angry, and you`ve got just half an hour before you go out to meet your friends. There`s no time to cook meal; what you need is some fast food.

Most people think that fast food is junk food. What is junk food? Food that contains too much of the wrong things and too little of the right ones. So there is too much sugar, salt and fat in it. Typical junk foods are: hamburgers, fried chicken, chips, cakes, sweets, ice creams, biscuits and crisps.

But fast food can also be healthy. What about a banana? An apple?  A pear?  A piece of cheese?  Some yoghurt? A glass of milk?

You can kill your hunger with a bag of chips, but it`s much healthier to have some fruit or glass of milk. And these things won`t make you fat.

Why do so many people choose junk food? One reason is that they see many advertisements for junk foods on television. Research shows that the more TV children watch, the more they ask for the advertised junk foods. As a result, they eat far too much sugar and fat and not enough fruit and vegetables. Another reason is that they do not know what they are putting into their bodies, and what is doing to them. If they did, they would not eat so much junk food. Don`t forget that you are what you eat!


Tick (  ˅ ) the sentences below true, false or- if there is not enough information – not in the text.

  1. This text was written by an American.

□ true                   □false           □ not in the text

  1. Junk food contains too much fat.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text

  1. Healthy fast foods are hamburgers, fried chickens and apples.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text

  1. TV influences what we eat.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text

  1. Red apples are much healthier than green or yellow apples.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text

  1. Children do not eat enough fruit or vegetables.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text

  1. British children eat too many biscuits.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text

  1. Children know a lot about the food they eat.

□ true                   □ false          □not in the text


  1. Speaking and Listening.

T.: I hope you are not so hungry, because it makes your mouth water. If you, so it`s time to have a snack. I invite you to a Ukrainian caf?. Let`s read  a dialogue.


Waiter: Hello! Can I help you?

Kim: Yes, I`d like to have some lunch.

Waiter: Would you like a starter?

Kim: Yes, I`d like a bowl of chicken soup, please.

Waiter: And what would you like for the a main course?

Kim: I`d like a grilled cheese sandwich.

Waiter: Would you like anything to drink?

Kim: Yes, I`d like a glass of Coke, please.

Waiter…After Kim has her lunch.: Can I bring you anything else?

Kim: No thank you. Just the bill.

Waiter: Certainly.

Kim: I don`t have my glasses. How much is the lunch?

Waiter: That`s $6.75.

Kim: Here you are. Thank you very much.

Waiter: You`re welcome. Have a good day.

Kim: Thank you, the same to you.


T.: Now, look at the menu and practice ordering food and taking orders with a partner as in the dialogue. Don`t forget the words of courtesy. Let`s play.

  1. Group work.Designing a poster.

T.: Dear pupils, you are ready to say ”No” to junk food, aren`t you? Let`s design a poster ”Say “No” to Junk Food!”.

Pupils using crisps, sweets, chips have to create works of art in order to persuade their schoolmates in getting rid of junk food.

  1. Evaluation of the lesson.
  2. Conclusion.