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Potluck - Text/2 CDs set [3rd Edition]
저자: Raymond C. Clark and Jack Miller  |  출판사: Pro Lingua Associates
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정가 : 48,000원
판매가 : 43,200원(할인율 10.0%)
적립금 : 2,200원 (판매가격의 5% 적립)
ISBN : 9780866473774
페이지 : 130쪽
판형 : 217*280mm
출간일 : 2015.01.01
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Potluck - Text/2 CDs set [3rd Edition]
Exploring North American Meals, Culinary Practices, and Places

Including a Culinary Tour of Canada and the United States
24 Photocopyable Lessons, 4 Appendices including recipes and menus, Answers, Indexes

Level: Middle School to Adult Intermediate

Samples

Audio Sample

Lesson 1. Breakfast: Scrambled, Over, or Sunny Side Up

About the book

Potluck is a photocopyable reader and vocabulary development text that focuses on the words associated with preparing, serving, and eating food in the United States and Canada. As such it also examines the role of food in North American English culture.

The text is written for the intermediate-level English language learner. Most of it is appropriate for learners from middle school to adult.

There are 24 lessons, answers to the exercises, three appendicies, and two indices. The whole book is photocopyable. Each of the lessons follows a set format of four pages. There are also two CDs for optional listening and pronunciation practice. The CDs have two tracks for each lesson. The first is simply the food names on the first page of the lesson; the second is the reading.

Contents

  1. Introduction ... ix
  2. User's Guide ... x
  3. Introductory Lesson ... xi
  4. 1. Breakfast: Scrambled, Over, or Sunny Side Up ... 1 CD 1, tracks 1 and 2
  5. 2. Breakfast Cereals, Breads, and Pastries ... 5 CD 1, tracks 3 and 4
  6. 3. Breakfast + Lunch = Brunch ... 9 CD 1, tracks 5 and 6
  7. 4. Lunch: Soup 'n' Sandwich ... 13 CD 1, tracks 7 and 8
  8. 5. The Lunch Box and Brown Bag ... 17 CD 1, tracks 9 and 10
  9. 6. Pizza ... 21 CD 1, tracks 11 and 12
  10. 7. Comfort Food ... 25 CD 1, tracks 13 and 14
  11. 8. Dinner ... 29 CD 1, tracks 15 and 16
  12. 9. Seafood Dinner ... 33 CD 1, tracks 17 and 18
  13. 10. Thanksgiving ... 37 CD 1, tracks 19 and 20
  14. 11. Cookouts ... 41 CD 1, tracks 21 and 22
  15. 12. Picnics ... 45 CD 1, tracks 23 and 24
  16. 13. Fast Food: For Here or to Go? ... 49 CD 2, tracks 1 and 2
  17. 14. Coffee Shops ... 53 CD 2, tracks 3 and 4
  18. 15. International Restaurants ... 57 CD 2, tracks 5 and 6
  19. 16. Brewpubs ... 61 CD 2, tracks 7 and 8
  20. 17. Supermarkets ... 65 CD 2, tracks 9 and 10
  21. 18. Convenience Stores, Coops, and Farmers' Markets ... 69 CD 2, tracks 11 and 12
  22. 19. The Kitchen ... 73 CD 2, tracks 13 and 14
  23. 20. Health and Food ... 77 CD 2, tracks 15 and 16
  24. 21. Vegetarianism ... 81 CD 2, tracks 17 and 1
  25. 22. Cooking ... 85 CD 2, tracks 19 and 20
  26. 23. Recipes ... 89 CD 2, tracks 21 and 22
  27. 24. Summing it up: A Culinary Tour of North America ... 93 CD 2, tracks 23 and 24
  28. Appendix One: Herbs and Spices ... 96
  29. Appendix Two: Recipes ... 98
  30. Appendix Three: Menus ... 104
  31. Appendix Four: North American Restaurants on the Web ... 119
  32. Answers ... 120
  33. Food Names Index ... 126
  34. Key Word Index ... 128

Introduction

Potluck is a photocopyable reader and vocabulary development text that focuses on the words associated with preparing, serving, and eating food in the United States and Canada. As such it also examines the role of food in North American English culture.

The text is written for the intermediate-level English language learner. Most of it is appropriate for learners from middle school to adult.

There are 24 lessons, answers to the exercises, three appendicies, and two indices. The whole book is photocopyable. Each of the lessons follows a set format of four pages. There are also two CDs for optional listening and pronunciation practice. The CDs have two tracks for each lesson. The first is simply the food names on the first page of the lesson; the second is the reading.

The opening page includes the title of the lesson and a photo to stimulate interest and discussion. The page also includes the names of foods that will be mentioned in the reading. There is an index of these food names after the appendix.

The second page is a one-page reading with key words in bold type. In most lessons the reading explores the cultural aspects of the reading's topic. The key words are also indexed.

Pages 3 and 4 are exercises that will help the learners explore the usage of the key words, sometimes in very different contexts.

The final lesson is a longer summary review with no exercises. Many of the key words are found in this summary.

The three appendices include a spice and herb chart, 6 pages of recipes, 10 menus, and a list of websites for further exploration of restaurants in the United States and Canada.

User's Guide

As a photocopyable text, Potluck can be used as the occasion demands, or as a regular part of a curriculum, perhaps one lesson per week. Although the lessons can be used in any order, it is recommended that you proceed through the lessons from first to last. This will maximize the effect of the vocabulary being recycled from one lesson to the next.

The book can be used in a variety of ways, but a suggested procedure is to begin with the brief introductory lesson that explains "potluck" and introduces the students to the format of the exercises.

The following is a suggested procedure to maximize the value of each lesson.

  1. Hand out the opening page. Hold a brief discussion on the title of the lesson and the photo. Have the students talk about the topic and what it is like in their country. Then, have them talk about what they know about the topic in the United States or Canada.
  2. Review the food names on the first page. You can use the CD or have the students repeat the name after you for pronunciation. Check to see which food names are new for your students. At this point you can either spend time explaining the items, and if possible bringing in the actual item, or having the students work in small groups to work on the meanings. At the end of the group sessions, you can have them use dictionaries or tell them to listen to/read the passage and see if they can get the meaning from the context in the passage. You can also do a guessing game to discover meanings. For example,
    "Teacher, what is 'egg'?"
    "Chickens produce me. I have a shell. You break my shell to eat me."
    "Ah! I know. 'Egg' in my language is X."
  3. Have the learners read the passage (page 2). This can be done at home or in class. A suggested in-class procedure is to have the class read the passage orally to each other in small groups as you circulate, listening, asking, and trying to keep each group on pace so that they end their reading at more or less the same time. Encourage the readers to understand the key words from the context of the surrounding sentences. If you use the CDs, you can have the class listen to the reading first to hear the correct pronunciation of the passage. Finally, as a whole class activity, clear up any questions about the passage or the key words.
  4. Hand out the exercises (pages 3 and 4) and have the learners do them. This can also be done in small groups or pairs, or as homework for individuals. If done in class, a time limit should be set. As a group finishes, check their answers or give them the answers from the back of the book. When the last group finishes, have the first group read their answers.

Using the Appendices

Spice and Herb Chart. Notice that each entry begins with a verb, and many of the entries have the same spice or herb. Give the learners the chart. Try this scanning activity. "Class, how is caraway used?" One by one, the learners read the appropriate entry.

Recipes. Bring the ingredients in and have the learners walk through putting it all together.

Menus. At an appropriate time, have the learners role play being at a restaurant and ordering a breakfast, lunch, dinner, etc.


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