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SEQUENCE

ENJOY MY MENU!

TACHE FINALE : Create a double menu for my friend’s Anglo-American restaurant (EE)
Niveau B1+
Domaine : Etudier et travailler

Séances

Séance 1
‘Let’s have
breakfast!’

Séance 2
‘English and
American food
habits’

Séance 3
‘You are what you
eat!’

Séance 4
‘Eating out’

Objectifs

Learning about the
traditional English
and American
breakfast

Presenting the food
habits of a country

Supports

Activités
Comm.
Langagière

Notions
thématiques

Notions
culturelles

Tâches
intermédiaires

● Doc “English Breakfast”
● Texte “The Tradition Of
The English Breakfast”
● Vidéo “Big Breakfast
Challenge”
● Diaporama “Breakfast In
America”
● Doc ‘’American
Breakfast’’
● Doc “Food In England”
● Sites Internet
● Texte “Traditional British
Dishes”
● Textes “FishChips”
● Doc “My Favourite
French Dish”

EOI
CE
CO
EE

Le petit déjeûner
Les traditions

Le petit déj’ anglais
La gentry
Le petit déj’
américain

TEST YOUR
KNOWLEDGE!

EOI
CE
EE
EOC

Les repas
Les restaurants
La description
d’un plat
Les traditions

TEST YOUR
KNOWLEDGE!

● Quizz
● Texte

CE
EE

La malbouffe
Le conseil

Les repas anglais
et américain
Les pubs
Les spécialités
anglaises et
américaines
FishChips
La restauration
américaine
Junk Food

TEST YOUR
SKILLS!

TEST YOUR
KNOWLEDGE!

Giving advice
● Texte “Did you know it?”
● Dialogue “At the
Ordering and taking a restaurant” GoEnglish
meal
Essentials
● Doc “At the restaurant”

CE
CO
EOI

Le restaurant
Les formules de
politesse
Le souhait
Les goûts
Les questions recommandations

Le service dans un
restaurant Brit/US

TEST YOUR
SKILLS!
TEST YOUR
SKILLS!

TF : One of your friends wants you to help him/her to create his/her menu for his/her Anglo-American restaurant
(EE)

SEQUENCE

ENJOY MY MENU!

TACHE FINALE : Create a double menu for my friend’s
Anglo-American restaurant (EE)
Niveau B1+
Séance1 : ‘Let’s have breakfast!’
Objectif : Learning about the traditional English and American breakfast
ANTICIPATION (Interactive speaking)
What is an English traditional breakfast composed of?
- Bacon
- Sausages
- Pudding
- Fried/Grilled tomatoes

- Eggs
- Mushrooms

- Coffee
- Baked beans

- Tea
- Toasts

TRACE ECRITE sur le document “English Breakfast’’.
ACTIVITY(Reading)
Texte‘’The Tradition Of The English Breakfast’’.
REMEMBER!
Used To
ACTIVITY(Listening)
Vidéo “Big Breakfast Challenge” from http://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/video/62957/read/.
GENERAL COMPREHENSION
1. A challenge.
2. He is having an enormous English breakfast.
3. If he manages to eat everything in 20mn, he gets his breakfast totally free.
4. No, he doesn’t.
DETAILED COMPREHENSION
1. At Mario’s Café.
2. 10 sausages / 10 eggs / 10 bacon / 5 black puddings / tomatoes / beans / 10 toasts / mushrooms / no
drink.
3. 3 people tried and failed.
4. 6 sausages / 5 black puddings / 3 bacon / 4 eggs / mushrooms / none of his toasts.
5. He’s drinking some tea.
6. It started as a joke.
What about you? (Writing or Interactive speaking).
ACTIVITY(Interactive speaking)
Diaporama “Breakfast In America’’ from http://www.quia.com/cz/426809.html?AP_rand=1621347461.
MEMORIZING GAME:
After just watching this video, tell us what Americans have for breakfast.
TRACE ECRITE sur le document ‘’American Breakfast’’ :
Cereals / Donuts / Omelet / Bacon / Toasts / Orange juice / Oatmeal / Muffins / Fried eggs / Sausages /
Pancakes / Milk / French toasts / Bagels / Scrambled eggs / Hash browns / Waffles / Coffee.
ACTIVITY(Interactive speaking)
What about you? What do you have for your breakfast?
WORD BOX
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!

Séance 2 : ‘English and American food habits’
Objectif : Presenting the food habits of a country
ANTICIPATION (Interactive speaking)
What English specialties do you know?
ACTIVITY (Reading)
Doc “Food In England” à completer à l’aide des sites Internet http://resources.woodlandsjunior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/food/meals.htm et http://resources.woodlandsjunior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/pubs.htm (en classe ou à la maison).
ACTIVITY (Reading)
Texte ‘’Traditional British Dishes’’.
MATCHING
REMEMBER!
Rebrassage de Used To.
ACTIVITY (Reading)
Textes “FishChips”.
ACTIVITY (Writing)
Doc “My Favourite French Dish” (en classe ou à la maison / noté ?).
WORD BOX
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
TEST YOUR SKILLS!
Presenting the food habits of a country:
Choose one of these 3 topics and make an oral presentation:
- Food In America
- Traditional American dishes
- Types of American restaurants.
Séance 3 : ‘You are what you eat!’
Objectif : Giving advice
ANTICIPATION (Reading)
Quizz.
1. True: There is also much calcium in yoghurt.
2. True: Fruit and vegetables contain lots of
vitamins.
3. True.
4. False: Fish has a lot of minerals which are
important for your body.

5.
6.
7.
8.

True.
True.
True: But also too much sugar and fat.
True.

Now, count your points.
If you got:
7-8 points: Well done! You’re an expert on nutrition!
4-6 points: Not bad! You know a lot about nutrition but you have to learn some more.
0-3 points: Oh dear! You really don’t know very much about nutrition!

ACTIVITY (Reading)
Text from http://www.academie-en-ligne.fr/Ressources/4/AN51/AL4AN51TEWB0212.
REMEMBER!
Les quantifieurs.
Le conseil.
WORD BOX
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
TEST YOUR SKILLS!
Séance 4 : ‘Eating out’
Objectif : Ordering and taking a meal
ANTICIPATION (Reading)
Doc “Did you know it?”.
ACTIVITY (Listening)
Dialogue “At the restaurant” CD GoEnglish Essentials Travelling in English Eating Out.
ACTIVITY (Reading)
Script “At the restaurant” CD GoEnglish Essentials Travelling in English Eating Out.
TEST YOUR SKILLS!
Before role playing

TF : One of your friends wants you to help him/her to create his/her menu for his/her AngloAmerican restaurant. (EE)
On commence la TF ensemble en salle info puis les élèves la terminent chez eux.
A rendre sur clé USB.

SEQUENCE

ENJOY MY MENU!

PROJECT: Create a double menu for my friend’s
Anglo-American restaurant (WRITING)
Level B1+

Section 1: ‘Let’s have breakfast!’
Objective:

ANTICIPATION(Speaking)
Label the picture with the components of the English breakfast.

ENGLISH BREAKFAST

ACTIVITY(Reading)
Lisez le texte et répondez aux questions suivantes en français.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Quand et comment a débuté la tradition du petit déjeûner anglais ?
Quelle classe sociale a instauré cette tradition dans les foyers ? Pouvez-vous définir cette classe ?
Que représentait ce petit déjeûner pour eux ?
Cette tradition s’est-elle répandue à d’autres classes ? Justifiez.
Quand peut-on prendre le petit déj’ anglais traditionnel ? Est-ce toujours un moment convivial ?
Que reflète le petit déj’ anglais pour les expatriés ? Quelle solution ont-ils ?

THE TRADITION OF THE ENGLISH BREAKFAST
The English breakfast is an old British tradition which dates back to the early 1800's, when the Victorians
perfected the art of eating breakfast and elevated the most important meal of the day into an art form.
The story began in the houses of the English gentry and their tradition of hospitality.
The gentry were considered as a distinct social class, made up of the 'high born and people of noble and
distinguished blood'.
The gentry wanted to keep the traditional practices, values and the English lifestyle. For them, breakfast was
considered to be an important social event to display their wealth and the quality of the meats, vegetables and
ingredients produced on theirland. It was also a chance to show off the skills of the cooks who prepared the
typical English breakfast dishes every morning, for the residents and guests of the house (family, friends, or
neighbors).
The gentry used to enjoy a full breakfast before they went out to hunt, before a long journey, or when
reading the mail and newspapers of the day.
Then theworking classes began to have a full breakfast which provided them the energy they needed to work
a full day of manual labor.
For more than two centuries, the tradition of the full English breakfast has been enjoyed across the British
society and it is for this reason this breakfast is still being served in family kitchens, hotels, bed&breakfasts
and pubs throughout Great Britain and internationally.
Yet there exist some regional variants and some differences with theIrish or Scottish breakfast, although
bacon is common to all of them.
The traditional English breakfast can be enjoyed at any time of the day, even at lunchtime or for dinner.
Even if the traditional English breakfast is served at family, it is culturally acceptable to ignore the other
occupants of your table while you are eatingand reading your newspaper, do not feel offended! This is a
great moment for reading the news with total peace of mind!
To British expatriates, the traditional full English breakfast will always taste like a little piece of England.
That’s why British pubs in foreign countries offer a taste of home and a full breakfast to their customers.
The traditional English breakfast is truly a national dish, it is not for nothing that we call it a British
institution, and usually the very best English breakfasts are served by our mothers and made with love.
Adapted from http://englishbreakfastsociety.com/full-english-breakfast.html
REMEMBER!
The story began in the houses of the English gentry.
The gentry used to enjoy a full breakfast before they went out to hunt.
A quel temps sont ces phrases ?
Expliquez la différence entre ces deux phrases.
Donnez d’autres exemples à l’aide du texte.
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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ACTIVITY(Listening)
Go on the website
http://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/news/3943812.Bolton_s_amazing_10_egg__big_breakfast_challenge/.
Watch the video with headphones and complete the following grid.

BIG BREAKFAST CHALLENGE
GENERAL COMPREHENSION
1. What is the video about?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
2. What is the customer doing?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3. Why is he doing this?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4. Does he succeed?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
DETAILED COMPREHENSION
1. Where does the scene take place?
…………………………………………………………………………………… on Market Street.
2. What is the plate composed of?
10 …………………………...

……………………………….

……… eggs

beans

……. …………………………

10 ………………………..

……… black …………………...

……………………………….

What is the drink? ………………………………………………………………
3. Is he the first person to make this challenge?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4. In total, what did he swallow?
…….. sausages

3 …………………..

4 ………….

…………………………….

……… black …………………

none of his …………………

5. What is he doing at the end?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
6. Why did the owner launch this challenge?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
What about you? Do you think you would succeed this challenge? Do you think it’s good for
health?
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ACTIVITY (Speaking)
First watch the video from http://www.quia.com/cz/426809.html?AP_rand=1621347461.
Then complete this document.

AMERICAN BREAKFAST

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NAME:
CLASS:
DATE:
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
→ What is the traditional English breakfast composed of? Cite 10 elements.
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→ What do Americans have for breakfast? Cite 10 elements.
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→ Could you describe your breakfast on schooldays and on week-ends/holidays?
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Section 2: ‘English and American food habits’
Objective:

ACTIVITY (Reading)
Complete this document.

FOOD IN ENGLAND

Go on the website http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/CUSTOMS/questions/food/meals.htm and answer
the following questions.
1. How do you say in English “trois repas par jour”? ……………………………………………………………
2. Complete the grid.

MEALS

TIME













3. What is a typical lunch?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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4. What is a traditional dinner?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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5. Why is Sunday lunch particular?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Go on the website http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/pubs.htm and answer the
following questions.
1. What does the word “pub” mean? …………………………………………………………………………………
2. What can you do in a pub?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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3. What are the opening hours of pubs?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4. What’s the name of the traditional British beer? What’s its origin?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
5. What can you eat in a pub?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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ACTIVITY (Reading)
Read the text and find the name of each dish.

TRADITIONAL BRITISH DISHES
Great British Dishes:
1- Shepherd’s Pie
2- Fruit Crumble
3- Ploughman’s Lunch
4- Chicken Curry
5- Fish and Chips
6- Beans on Toast

EThis is a hot dish. It
used to be the most
popular dish in
Britain.
It consists of fish,
of
course, which is
fried and
also potatoes. The
potatoes
are cut into long
pieces
and fried too. There
are
special shops which
sell
this dish.

BThis dish is of
Indian origin. It’s
a main course. It is
made with chicken.
It is hot and spicy.
It is served with
rice or Indian
bread.

DThis is a cold
dish or snack. It
consists of a piece of
cheese, some bread,
pickles or relish and
often salad. It is very
popular in British
pubs, especially for
lunch.

AThis is a dessert.
You can eat it hot,
or cold. It is made
with fruit. The fruit is
on the bottom and
there is a crumble on
the top.

FYou eat this dish
hot. It’s very easy
to prepare. You have
to get some bread, cut
it and toast it. Then you
open a can of baked
beans, heat them and
put them on the
toast. Simple!

CThis is a
traditional British
dish. You eat it hot.
It’s made with mashed
potatoes and minced
meat (usually beef). A
long time ago it was
very popular with
shepherds.

ACTIVITY (Reading)
Lisez le texte et répondez aux questions suivantes en français.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Qu’est-ce-que le FishChips ?
Quand et comment ce plat est-il apparu ?
Comment se présentait-il à ses débuts ?
Qui est M. Lees ?
Quel impact a eu la 2nde Guerre Mondiale sur le FishChips ?
Pourquoi peut-on dire de ce plat qu’il est intemporel ?

FISHCHIPS
Fish and Chips is the classic English take-away food and the traditional national food of England. It became
popular in the 1860's when railways began to bring fresh fish straight from the East Coast.

The fish (cod, haddock, plaice) is deep fried in flour batter and is eaten with chips. Traditionally, the Fish
and Chips were covered with salt and malt vinegar and, using your fingers, eaten straight out of the
newspaper which they were wrapped in. Nowadays small forks are provided and the Fish and Chips are
wrapped in more hygienic paper.

Adapted from http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/food/takeaway.htm

ITS HISTORY
The first Fish and Chip shop opened in the North of England in Lancashire, around 1863. Mr. Lees sold
Fish and Chips from a wooden hut in the market and later he turned the business into a permanent shop
with the following inscription on the window, “This is the first Fish and Chip shop in the world”.
Fish and Chip shops were originally small family businesses and they were commonplace by the late 19th
century.
During the Second World War, Fish and Chips were among the few foods not to be rationed. Queues were
often hours long when the word went round that the chip shop had fish!!
For generations, Fish and Chips have fed millions of memories: Winston Churchill called them "the good
companions", John Lennon smothered his in tomato ketchup, Michael Jackson liked them with mushy peas
(mashed peas).
Adapted from http://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/Fish-Chips/

ACTIVITY (Writing)
Complete the document.

MY FAVOURITE FRENCH DISH
Choose a French dish that you like and imagine that you have to explain it to a British person. First take some
notes.
Name of the dish? ...............................................................................................................................................
Do you eat it hot, cold? ........................................................................................................................................
Is it a starter? A main course? A dessert? ............................................................................................................
Ingredients?...........................................................................................................................................................
Origin? ..................................................................................................................................................................
Say why you like it. ................................................................................................................................................

Then write a paragraph to present your dish.

NAME:
CLASS:
DATE:
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
How do you say in English …?
Un repas =

Poisson frit =

Un plat =

Tout droit de =

Une tourte =

Une boîte =

Une entrée =

Farine =

Un berger =

Un casse-croûte =

Un plat principal =

Vinaigre =

Epicé =

Cornichons =

A emporter =

Envelopper =

Riz =

Sauce =

Chemins de fer =

Petits pois écrasés =

NAME:
CLASS:
DATE:
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
How do you say in English …?
Un repas =

Poisson frit =

Un plat =

Tout droit de =

Une tourte =

Une boîte =

Une entrée =

Farine =

Un berger =

Un casse-croûte =

Un plat principal =

Vinaigre =

Epicé =

Cornichons =

A emporter =

Envelopper =

Riz =

Sauce =

Chemins de fer =

Petits pois écrasés =

Section 3: ’You are what you eat!’
Objective:

ANTICIPATION (Reading)
How much do you know about food? Answer these questions, check your answers and count your points.
1- There is a lot of calcium in milk.
True  False 
2- You should eat a minimum of 5 or 6 portions of fruit or vegetables a day.
True  False 
3- Foods such as bread, rice and pasta give us energy.
True  False 
4- Fish is bad for you.
True  False 
5- Junk food has lots of fat and sugar but not much protein, minerals or calcium.
True  False 
6- You get proteins from meat and fish and eggs.
True  False 
7- There is energy in junk food.
True  False 
8- Everybody should try to have a balanced diet.
True  False 
ACTIVITY (Reading)
Read the text and answer the questions.

The British government wants to stop children from eating too much junk food. Too many British children
are now obese.
In 2006 junk food was forbidden in school cafeterias. Cafeterias have to serve healthy food including fruit
and vegetables. They are not allowed to serve bad quality hamburgers and sausages. They are not allowed to
sell food which has got too much salt, sugar or fat. They can only serve water, or drinks with a maximum of
5% sugar.
Machines selling junk food such as sweets, chocolate, crisps and fizzy drinks were also forbidden.
Some people think that children are still eating too many foods with a lot of fat and sugar.
They think that children should eat more fruit and vegetables.
http://www.academie-en-ligne.fr/Ressources/4/AN51/AL4AN51TEWB0212

1. Can you give a title to this article?
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2. Which country is concerned?
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3. What’s the reason for the government’s action?
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4. Give examples of things which are forbidden.
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5. What’s the problem with junk food?
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6. What is the problem with children if they eat too much junk food?
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7. What do you think of the presence of the cafeteria in Lycée Les Palmiers?
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8. Can you complete this grid?

HEALTHY FOOD

UNHEALTHY FOOD

REMEMBER!
Soulignez au moins deux expressions différentes dans le texte contenant l’adverbe ‘trop’.
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Ex:
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Ex:
REMEMBER!
Surlignez dans le texte une phrase dans laquelle on exprime un conseil.
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Ex:

NAME:
CLASS:
DATE:
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!
How do you say in English …?

/ 10

Légumes =

Malsain =

Malbouffe =

Interdire =

Graisse =

Pétillant =

Repas équilibré =

Sain =

Permettre =

Chips =
TEST YOUR SKILLS!
Writing

Your best friend is not feeling too good at the moment: he/she has bad eating habits so he/she‘s put on
weight, he/she is often stressed and he/she’s quite depressed. He/she confides to you and expects you
to give him/her some advice.
Write 10 sentences to make him/her react.
Use ‘too much/many’ and ‘should’.
/ 10

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Section 4: ’Eating out’
Objective:

ANTICIPATION (Reading)

Did you know it?
The word ‘entrée in English means the main course in the US.
The first course is called a ‘starter’ in the UK and the US, or also an
‘appetizer’ in the US.
‘Take-away’ in the UK is called ‘Take-out’ in the US.
In many restaurants in Britain, you will need to give your credit card
details when making your reservation. If you don’t take up your
reservation, you will be charged a fee.
In the US, your server will often introduce himself/herself by first
name. You may hear, “Hi, my name is Jenny and I’ll be your server
this evening.”
In the US, you can often share desserts with someone else. Many
desserts are very large so you can ask for two spoons.
At the end of the meal, in the US, you may be asked if you want a
‘doggie bag’. If you say yes, the uneaten part of your meal will be
wrapped for you to take home with you.
GoEnglish Essentials

ACTIVITY (Listening)
Answer the following questions.
1. How many customers are there? ………………………………………………………………………….
2. Have they booked? If yes, which name? …………………………………………………………………
3. Complete the grid.
BILL
APERITIF
STARTER
MAIN COURSE
SIDE DISHES
DESSERT
DRINKS

ANNA

ACTIVITY (Reading)
Read the script with two partners.

GoEnglish Essentials

TEST YOUR SKILLS!
Pair Work or Group Work
The scene takes place in a restaurant. You are the customer(s) and your partner will play the role of the
waiter/waitress.
The dialogue will last about 5 minutes.
The others will fill in this assessment grid:
CRITERES

STRUCTURES
/4
LEXIQUE
ADEQUAT

/4
GROUPES

Salutations
Formules
politesse

Souhait

Goût

Demande d’infos
Recommandations

INTONATION
PRONONCIATION

FLUIDITE
AISANCE
CLARTE
AUDIBILITE

QUALITE DU JEU
ORIGINALITE
MISE EN SCENE

/4

/4

/4

Before role playing
A–

B-

Then you could tell the waiter:

FINAL PROJECT: A friend of yours is a restaurateur. He wants you to help him/her to devise
the menu for his/her Anglo-American restaurant. So you will create a double menu with an
English part and an American part. (Writing)
First you will give a name to this restaurant.
Then you will propose an English or American breakfast in the menu and a few typical English and
American dishes for the starters, the main courses and the desserts. Don’t forget the drinks!
Finally you will write the prices in sterling pounds for the English part and in dollars for the American
part with the equivalent in euros.
The success of your friend will depend on you! Propose good dishes, be inventive and original! You
have to tempt the customers!
Each part will reflect the atmosphere of the country with the colours, the pictures…

For the presentation of the menu, go on the Internet and draw your inspiration from English or
American menus which already exist.

Here is a site to convert the prices: http://www.devises.fr/.


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