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3 Unit: Culture Topic: General Information Sub Topic: Food1.
1. my pizza while-reading, activity1: ordering 2. my pizza whilereading, activity 2: answer the question 3. post-reading, activity 3: decision making 4. my pizza post-reading, activity 4: fantasize2. 22.214.171.124/ .3 126.96.36.199/ .3 188.8.131.52 .6
3. Vocabulary: complicated, crust, scratch, ingredient,toppingStructure: How to use comma (,)Rules for comma usage 1. Use a comma to separate the elements in a series (three or more things), including the last two. Example: You will have to make dough using flour, water, and yeast. 2. Use a comma + a little conjunction (and, but, for, nor, yet, or, so) to connect two independent clauses Example: Making the perfect pizza can be complicated, but there are lots
of ways for you to make a more basic a basic version at home. 3. Use a comma to set off introductory elements Example: Now that you have your crust and your sauce, you need to add the cheese.4. 1. VDO 2. Power point 3. Text 1,2
5.Pre – reading1. how 1.to make pizza 2.2.-Do you like pizza?-Do you used to makepizza? 3.3. Text 1Power point 4.4. Text 2 Power point 5. Text 3 my pizza 6.5. Text 3 mypizza - Pizza.
- No, it is not.6. - Yes, it is. - Crust, flour, water, yeast,- What is the passage sauce, cheese, andabout? topping.- Is it easy to make pizza?- Is the flour is one of thepizza’s ingredients? 1. text 3- What are the ingredients of my pizzapizza? 2. text 3 3.While – reading 4.Activity 1 ordering1. text 3 my pizza2. text 3 my pizza3. 54. 1.