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高三教案 第597期
发布时间:2016-10-17

Saving our wasted food (P2)
天津市第三中学  朱煜
 
I. Warming up   
There are hundreds of thousands people suffering from hunger in the world.
But in other places, food is wasted. Have you had the experience of not being able to finish your food? What did you do?
This problem is serious and some people are taking action.
 
II. Fast reading 
Read the text quickly and answer the following questions.
1.How do people usually deal with their remaining food?
They usually throw it away. 
2.Which people or groups are mentioned in the text? 
Michael Mosley; The British company The Real Junk Food Project; Some retailers across Europe; France; the Italian government; cafes; Jonathan Bloom; colleges … 
 
III. Careful reading 
Read the text again and answer the detailed questions.
1.What made The Real Junk Food Project famous in the UK recently?
The fact that the British company became the country’s first “food waste supermarket”, offering products that would otherwise have ended up in a landfill site. 
2.  Who are its products aimed at?
Most of its customers are low-income families, or even college students who find it difficult to afford food. 
3.  What measure did France take to stop wasting food?
France recently passed a law that all supermarkets must now donate all of their unsold produce to charities. 
4.  What kind of cafés have been set up in Europe to save food?
Hundreds of cafes that serve meals made from surplus food have been set up across Europe, selling dishes at low prices or even giving them away for free. 
5.  What does Jonathan Bloom advise us do to save food?
Buy less or shop smarter. 
6.  How does the “tray-less” movement save food? 
Bloom, who started the movement, encouraged colleges to remove trays from their cafeterias, saying it cuts down on unnecessary waste and even cuts energy bills. 
 
IV. Vocabulary  
Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the words from the box below. 
estimate   expire   retailer  routine   measure   donate afford  consumer 
1.If bread has _____,people don’t usually eat it. 
2.It happened every day. They did it as a matter of _____.
3.We _____ that about $32 billion worth of food is thrown away every year in China.
4.We should _____ money or food to those who suffer from poverty.
5.The government began to take _______ to deal with wasted food.
Key: expired routine estimate donate measures 
 
V. More information
The following websites can give you more information about wasted food in China. 
https://ccafs.cgiar.org/blog/cutting-our-losses-learning-food-waste-china#.WAMzzs5UST8 
Cutting our losses? Learning from food waste in China 
http://www.worldwatch.org/food-waste-and-recycling-china-growing-trend-1 
Food Waste and Recycling in China: A Growing Trend? 
In China, $32 billion worth of food is thrown away every year, as surplus food makes up 70 percent of all waste nationwide. Meanwhile, 128 million Chinese people live below the poverty line and often lack sufficient food. Insufficient resources and a lack of facilities have prevented Beijing’s efforts to encourage communities to participate in kitchen waste recycling. 
 
VI. Discussion 
What should we do in our daily lives to participate in kitchen waste recycling?
Buy less, shop smarter …
Take food away when it isn’t finished.
Share food with people who are in need.
Learn how to keep food wisely.
 
Food coming together (P4-5)
山东烟台二中   柏钦琳
 
I. Warming up
When you hear about Western food, what comes into your mind first?
hamburger, hotdog, pizza, croissant (羊角面包) , doughnut (甜甜圈) ,steak
Typical Western food
Some expressions about food
1. What is food to one man may be poison to another.   萝卜白菜,各有所爱 
2. You should eat to live, not live to eat.   
3. You are what you eat.   人如其食
4. a piece of cake
5. a tough nut to crack    难对付的人
6. bread and butter    主要收入来源,谋生手段
7. the apple of one’s eye   掌上明珠
8. put all one’s eggs in one basket   寄希望于一件事
Vocabulary
launch   hit  feature  treat  flavor  foodie  go wild
Guess the words based on the meanings given below.
1.sth that is popular and successful
2.include a particular person or thing as a special feature
3.someone who is very interested in cooking and eating food
4.the particular taste of a food or drink
5.go crazy
6.a special food that tastes delicious, especially one that you don’t eat very often
7.make a product available to the public for the first time
Key: hit feature foodie flavor go wild treat launch
 
II. While reading 
Paragraph 1:
What is the function of Paragraph 1?
It acts as an introduction to the text, leading to the topic of mash-up food or hybrid food. 
Paragraphs 2-3 (fill in the blanks) 
The name of the new food combination in Australia  is the ______, which puts a ________and a ________together and has become a ___ in Australia. 
It _____ an uncut hot dog in the middle and has a _____ burger on either side of it. The new invention also ______ lettuce, tomato, pickles, cheese and ________sauces.
Key: hamdog hamburger hot dog hit holds sliced features a variety of
Paragraphs 4-5:
1)When did the mash-ups start?
They started when the “cronut” took 2013 by storm. 
重点词:take sth by storm: to be extremely successful 在某处大获成功,此处指在2013年风靡一时
2) What are the features of hybrid foods?
With a combination of flavors and textures, they create things that some say are better than the originals.
Read Paragraph 6.
Some examples of hybrid foods:
1) ___________.
2) _________ .
3) _________.
4) _________.
Key: Megaburgerpizza Waffle taco Chicken pizza Townie
Paragraphs 7-9: Questions to ponder 
1)What did people in San Francisco in the US do in order to get the “cruffin”?
They started lining up outside Mr Holmes Bakehouse at 7 am, even at weekends, to get their hands on the latest foodie discovery – the “cruffin”. 
重点词:
line up means queue up  排队;
get their hands on sth means try to get sth  
得到或弄到(不容易的)东西
2)What is the rule for these hybrid foods? 
The only rule for dishes these days “is that there are no rules”.
3)Why have hybrid foods become so popular?
Because it fits the spirit of the times: Today, eaters are a little bit of everything all at once. Moreover, with a combination of flavors and textures, some people think they are better than the original. 
 
III. Post-reading
lDiscussion:
lAs we all know, China has a variety of foods. If you were offered a chance to make up a kind of hybrid food, what would you make?
food list: noodle, dumpling, steamed bread, rice, meat pie 肉饼,fried bread stick 油条, dumpling soup 馄饨
 
Take Mom’s advice (P6)
浙江省金华市外国语学校   翁冰玫
 
I. Warming up   
Free talk: Share your opinions with your classmates. 
vWho do you like to share your happiness with?
vAnd who would you ask for help first if you were in trouble? 
vWho, in your life, has (have) given you valuable life lessons? 
vWhat have been the life lessons? 
Answers vary. 
 
II. Pre-reading
Read the following advice from President Obama to his daughters. Which one is the most impressive to you? 
1.Stop Doubting Yourself
2.Stop Being Negative
3.Stop Procrastinating(拖延)
4.Stop Being Mean (刻薄)
5.Stop Eating Out
6.Stop Being Lazy
7.Stop Complaining
8.Stop Being Selfish
9.Stop Wasting Time
10.Stop Making Promises
Information source:
http://edu.qq.com/a/20150327/033701.htm 
 
III. Reading  
1.Read through the article quickly and answer: 
1)What is the article mainly about?
Written in the form of a letter, the article is about a mom’s wisdom words, or rather, her advice about life to her daughters.
2)In what way does the mom state and support her points?
By giving her own examples
2.Read the article again and explain the meanings of the following words and phrases as they are used in the article. 
timing      choosing the right moment
path        the route to an ideal career
critical      of great importance
figure out    find out
pass over    neglect
more than    extremely
3.Paraphrase the following sentences:
1) Be open-minded to changing your path (even several times) along the way.
It’s not necessary to stick to one path all one’s life. Don’t hesitate to change when necessary.
2) Being passed over for a significant job opportunity that I was more than qualified for because of unfair assumptions (being too young for the role) hurt me. I had a three-month pity party.
I was denied a very important job opportunity just because I was too young, which hurt me a lot and left me feeling self-pity for three months.
4.  Find out the girls’ mom’s opinions and comment on them.
1) What is the girls’ mom’s opinion about changing a life path when a child grows up?
Changing an initial path is necessary when a person knows for sure what he or she is good at and passionate about as well.
2) What is the girls’ mom’s opinion of failure?
Failure is discouraging, but it can make you a better person if you learn from it. 
3) What is the girls’ mom’s opinion about unfair treatment?
Take it and try to turn a negative feeling into positive action.
Students’ comments vary. 
 
IV. Post reading 
1. Discussion: 
What do you think of the saying, “You can be anything you want when you grow up”?
2. Writing task: 
If you were one of this mom’s daughters, what would you say if you wrote back to her?
 
                                                                                                                                                 
 

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