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WEB UNIT - BRITISH CUISINE

by Karin Kranabethleitner, Jukka Purma, mkparente, jbzdak — last modified 2011-11-30 13:29

h2strongWEB UNIT - BRITISH CUISINE/strong/h2
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pIn this web unit you will find out about strongBritish specialities and traditional British dishes/strong. /p
pYou can use an online dictionary , e.g. a class=generated href=http://www.leo.org target=_selfhttp://www.leo.org/a/p
pto look up words you need to understand. /p
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pBefore you start this web unit, strongtalk to another student and discuss:/strong/p
ul
listrong What do you know about the British kitchen?/strong/li
listrongHave you ever tried a traditional British dish?/strong/li
listrongIn your opinion, what are differences between the Austrian and the British kitchen?br //strong/li
/ul
pTake notes./p
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pNow copy the instructions into a word document and do the tasks! Write your answers into this document./p
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h2strongSITUATION:/strong/h2
pImagine you are staying with a British family and they want you to experience the pleasures of British cuisine. /p
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h2strongWEB-BASED ACTIVITIES:/strong/h2
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pstrong1) BREAKFAST/strong/p
pstrongOn your first day with the British family you are served the traditional British breakfast. Click on the following sites and answer the questions:/strong/p
pstronga class=generated href=http://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955 target=_selfhttp://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955/abr //strong/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm target=_selfhttp://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm br //a/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/eh_breakfast.htm target=_selfhttp://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/eh_breakfast.htm br //a/p
ul
liWhat does the Great British Breakfast consist of?/li
liWhat do British people usually have for breakfast?/li
/ul
pbr /strongbr /2) FISH AND CHIPS/strongbr /br /strongAfter breakfast the British family takes you out for a little shopping and sightseeing. When you all get hungry again, they suggest having fish and chips, one of the most popular British dishes. br /Click on the following links and answer the questions:/strongbr /br /a class=generated href=http://www.niagara.co.uk/fish_and_chips.htm target=_selfhttp://www.niagara.co.uk/fish_and_chips.htm /abr /a class=generated href=http://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm target=_selfhttp://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm/a/p
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liWhat is fish and chips? What was used to wrap it traditionally? What is it wrapped in nowadays?/li
liWhen and why did this dish become popular in Great Britain?/li
/ul
pbr /br /strong3) ELEVENSES/strong/p
pstrongOn the next day you just have a light breakfast, so you get hungry again soon. Therefore you have elevenses. emWhat is that/em? Use the link below to find out./strong/p
pa class=generated href=http://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955 target=_selfhttp://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955/a/p
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pstrong4) AFTERNOON TEA/strong/p
pstrongAfter another sightseeing tour you have afternoon tea. Again, use the links below to answer the questions./strong/p
pa class=generated href=http://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955 target=_selfhttp://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955/a/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.passionateaboutfood.net/cgi-bin/newspro/viewnews.cgi?newsid995551249,73088, target=_selfhttp://www.passionateaboutfood.net/cgi-bin/newspro/viewnews.cgi?newsid995551249,73088, /a/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.broadwayhouse.com/creamtea.html target=_selfhttp://www.broadwayhouse.com/creamtea.html/a/p
ul
liWhat's a good time for having afternoon tea?/li
liWhat do people usually eat?/li
liWhat is cream tea?/li
/ul
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pstrong5) SUNDAY ROAST/strong/p
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pstrongThe next day is a Sunday. Therefore you are served another traditional British dish, the Sunday roast. /strong/p
pa class=generated href=http://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955 target=_selfhttp://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955/a/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm target=_selfhttp://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm/a/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/eh_sunday.htm target=_selfhttp://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk/eh_sunday.htm br //a/p
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liWhen is the Sunday roast served?/li
liWhat exactly is it?/li
/ul
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pstrong6) SANDWICHES/strong/p
pstrongOn the same day in the evening you just eat a sandwich, a BRITISH invention./strong/p
pa class=generated href=http://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm target=_selfhttp://www.learnenglish.de/culture/foodculture.htm/a/p
ul
liWho invented the sandwich, and why?/li
/ul
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pstrong7) BUBBLE AND SQUEAK/strong/p
pOn Monday you eat bubble and squeak./p
pa class=generated href=http://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955 target=_selfhttp://uktv.co.uk/index.cfm/uktv/Food.item/aid/532951/multipageid/532955/a/p
ul
liWhat is bubble and squeak, and where does its name come from?/li
/ul
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pstrong8) MORE TRADITIONAL BRITISH DISHES/strong/p
pDuring the rest of your stay you learn more about traditional British dishes. Find out about the ingredients and other interesting information. /p
ul
liWhat is Shepherd's pie?/li
liWhat is Haggis?/li
liWhat is Yorkshire pudding?/li
liWhat is Welsh rabbit (or: rarebit)?/li
liWhat is syllabub?/li
/ul
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h2FOLLOW-UP:/h2
pHaving done all the tasks, strongdiscuss your answers with another student/strong./p
pThen talk about the following questions:/p
ul
liWhich British dishes would you like to try?/li
liWhich differences between the Austrian and the British kitchen did you find?/li
/ul
pbr /Now write a story in which a traditional British dish plays an important role! /p

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