Students learn about food around the world. This includes

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Unit aims Students learn about food around the world. This includes:
• learning vocabulary for famous dishes fromdifferent countries
• talking about likes and dislikes and offering food
• using wants (someone) to do (something) (e.g., My family wants me to cook dinner every night)
• using the infinitive of purpose to describe intentions in the past, e.g., I went to the supermarket to buy some rice
• planning a cooking competition
• learning about the importance of drinking water

Background information The photograph shows a chef cooking teppanyaki food in a Japanese restaurant. The word teppanyaki is used to describe a kind of Japanese cuisine cooked on an iron griddle (in Japanese, teppa means “iron plate” and yaki means “grilled”). Chefs often cook this kind of food in front of the guests at a restaurant.
Lesson aims Students learn vocabulary for international dishes. They talk about likes and dislikes and make suggestions.
New language curry, dumplings, fish and chips, kebabs, noodles, paella, rice and beans, stew, sushi, tacos | Why don’t you try (fish and chips)? Japan, Thailand, India, Greece, Peru, Russian, Greek, spicy
Recycled language food and drink, countries, I’d like to (try sushi).
Materials CD1 | Word cards: see page TB105 or bilingual dictionaries | Internet access (optional)
• Write International food day on the board. Ask students what it means and if they’ve ever been to one.

Student’s Book page 38
• Use the photographs to teach/review the foods. For each dish, ask Do you like (sushi)? Raise your hand.
1 Listen and look.
• Say Listen and look at the flags. Where does each kind of food come from? Play the recording. Students listen and look.
Play the recording again, pausing to ask questions.
Teach spicy.

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