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Тема: "Основы правильного питания. Здоровая пища"

I. Краткая аннотация

Данные учебно-методические материалы предназначены для студентов 1 курса специальности 1-21 06 01Современные иностранные языки факультета ФСиГЯ для организации УСР по теме "Основы правильного питания. Здоровая пища". Комплекс заданий, направленный на достижение поставленных целей и задач УСР, разработан в соответствии с учебной программой по дисциплине "Практика устной и письменной речи".

Цель темы - развитие умений составления и презентации постеров о здоровом питании студентов.

Задачи:

* расширить знания студентов о здоровом питании, о лингвистических особенностях написания постеров;

* развивать лексические навыки для обсуждения здорового питания, умения чтения и понимания текстов о здоровом питании;

* развивать речь, память, логическое мышление и воображение студентов.

II. Тематический план

1 курс, 2 семестр

Тема: "Основы правильного питания. Здоровая пища".

III. Содержание

3.1 Формулировка задания

1. Read the article about the Mediterranean diet. Do the tasks that follow the information.

2. Work individually or in small groups. Do a research to find out whether students eat healthy food. Think of ways to improve their diet. Present the results of the research, tips for healthy eating for students in the way of a poster. (First, attentively read the rules of making posters).

3. Be ready to present your poster in class and answer questions.

3.2 Пошаговая инструкция к выполнению задания

EXERCISE 1. Read the sentences below and match the underlined words to their definitions.

1. When Joe was a student, he used to fill up on bread and eggs.

2. The benefits of doing exercise every day outweigh the drawbacks.

3. Doctors warned Mike that his intake of red meat was too high.

4. Dean was overweight so he decided to adhere to a strict diet.

5. Eating a balanced diet is good for you, regardless of your age.

a. consumption

b. eat (something) until you are full

c. follow, maintain

d. in spite of e. is/are more important than

EXERCISE 2. You are going to read an article about a recent study on the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet. Complete the statements below.

1. Adopting a Mediterranean diet can cut your risk of developing heart disease by almost _______ per cent.

2. More than _________ adults took part in the survey.

3. The participants were aged 18 to ___________ .

4. The participants provided the researchers with details about their health each year from __________ to 2012.

5. During the decade almost ___________ per cent of the men and 12 per cent of the women who took part in the study developed or died from heart disease.

EXERCISE 3. What do you remember? Put T (True) or F (False) next to each statement below.

1. The Mediterranean diet includes oily fish, nuts, whole grains, fruit and vegetables and red wine.

2. Exercise is more beneficial than diet.

3. The results of the study contradict previous research.

4. The study focused on people of all age groups, not just middle-aged people.

5. The researchers didn't take into account other risk factors such as smoking habits.

6. Anybody can adopt the Mediterranean diet.

7. Men are more likely to adopt the Mediterranean diet than women.

8. Not all Greeks adopt the Mediterranean diet.

EXERCISE 4. Complete each phrase from the text with a suitable preposition.

1. take part _____ a study

2. die ____ heart disease

3. adhere _____ the Mediterranean diet

4. protect _______ yourself heart disease

5. benefits _____ heart health

6. surveys______ their medical records

Now make your own sentence for each phrase.

EXERCISE 5. Answer the questions below.

1. Would you like to adopt a Mediterranean diet? Why?

2. Do students eat healthy food in your country?

3. What in your opinion is a healthy lifestyle?

EXERCISE 6. The health club decided to design some posters to promote healthy eating. The posters should contain some tips on how students can follow a healthy diet and how they can improve their eating habits.

Work individually or in small groups. Do a research to find out whether students eat healthy food: use different recourses from different sources (surveys, questionnaires, books, encyclopaedias, magazines, video, Internet etc.).

Think of ways to improve students eating habits. Present the results of the research, tips for healthy eating for students in the way of a poster.

First, attentively read the rules of making posters. Then pay attention to posters from various sources to get more ideas.

EXERCISE 7. Be ready to present your poster in class and answer questions.

III. Список литературы:

1. Фастовец, Р.В. Практика английской речи = English Speech Practice: 1 курс: учеб. пособие / Р.В. Фастовец [и др.]; под общ. ред. Р.В. Фастовец. - Минск: ТетраСистемс, 2006.

2. Хведченя, Л.В. Практический курс современного английского языка: в 2 ч. / Л.В. Хведченя. - Минск: Выш. школа, 2002. - Ч. 2.

3. http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20450837,00.html

4. http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/eight-tips-healthy-eating.aspx

5. http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/cfcavallaro/Posters/index.htm

V. Учебно-методический блок

4.1 Материалы, необходимые для выполнения задания (при необходимости)

RULES OF MAKING POSTERS

A poster is simply a static, visual medium. It is used to communicate ideas and message to a large audience. The important thing to remember is that the poster does most of the 'talking for you'. That is, if designed properly, it will carry the message without the need to explain what is on it.

1. Design Let's have a look at the basic design concepts for poster presentations.

Always find out exactly how much space you have been allocated then divide this space up into sections. Columns work best. It's the same idea that makes newspapers easy to read. However, keep it simple - 3-5 columns:

Place all the elements of the poster in position.

The title is across the top. A brief introduction (3 - 5 sentences) is at the upper left. The conclusions are at the lower right.

Title Banner should contain:

The title of the work.

The author's name.

The institutional affiliations

The title banner should be readable from 5 m away.

6. Text Your title should attract viewers closer to see your creative and imaginative project.

The rest of the title banner, and the body of the poster, should be legible from a distance of about 1.5m to 2m.

7. Text - Fonts

Choose one font - use it throughout the poster.

Use no more than two fonts in the whole poster.

Use large fonts for section headings.

Use smaller fonts for supporting text.

One option to consider is to use: a larger size (36pt) for the Conclusion text, a smaller size (18 pt) for Methods or other text.

Add emphasis by using boldface, underlining, or color

- italics are difficult to read from a distance.

If you must include narrative details, keep them brief.

8. Colours Use colours sparingly and with taste:

* Use colours only to emphasise, differentiate and to add interest.

* Do not use colours just to impress!

* Do not use large swathes of bright garish colours like bright purple or pink.

Use: * a light background with darker photos a dark background with lighter photos;

* a neutral background (gray) to emphasize colour in photos;

* a white background to reduce the impact of coloured photos.

9. Content

Keep the material simple:

* Make full use of the space, but do not cram a page full of information.

* Be concise and do not waffle - use only relevant information.

* Be selective with the results. Use only the main findings. Keep all other results handy to refer to them when asked. You may want to prepare handouts to give to people who are interested.

10. Sequencing the material

The poster should use photos, figures, and tables to tell the story of the study. Remember:

* A picture is worth a thousand words ... but only if it is drawn/scanned properly and used appropriately.

* It is important to present the information in a sequence which is easy to follow: determine a logical sequence for the material you will be presenting.

* Organize that material into sections (Introduction, Method, Results, Conclusions, Business Plan, etc.).

* Use LARGE numbers to help sequence sections of the poster.

* Arrange the material into columns.

11. Illustrations

The success of a poster directly relates to the clarity of the illustrations and tables.

* Self-explanatory graphics should dominate the poster.

* All figures and graphs should be clearly labelled.

* Graphic materials should be supplemented by minimal amount of text.

* Remove all non-essential information from graphs and tables.

* Use empty space between poster elements to differentiate and accentuate the elements in the poster.

* Graphic materials should be visible easily from at least 1.5 metres away.

WARNING: Artful illustrations, luminous colours, or fantastic computer-rendered drawings are NOT substitutes for CONTENT.

12. Edit There is ALWAYS too much text in a poster. Look critically at the layout. Posters primarily are visual presentations; the text materials serve to support the graphic materials.

Ask yourself: Is there about 20% text, 40% graphics and 40% empty space?

No? Then CUT CUT CUT!

13. Language Words are at a premium. That is, you should use the least amount of words as possible. Therefore, language must be:

* Concise - Get to the point quickly. Use short sentences.

* Clear - Make sure the meaning is made clear.

14. How to make a poster

Print small bits and paste them together.

Well, there is the (good) old fashioned way of printing your material out on A4 or A3 sheets of paper, then cutting (with real scissors and knives!) them and gluing them on the back drops provided.

Have another look at making posters. If you want to carry a whole poster ready for showing then you have to use a flexible materials that will allow you to roll the poster up and then flatten it when it is time to display it.

Be ready to present your poster and to answer questions.

http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/cfcavallaro/Posters/index.htm

V. Контрольный блок

5.1 Форма контроля учебных достижений студентов

Комплексный контроль: задания в письменной форме и постер.

Обсуждение постеров студентов осуществляется в групповой форме.

5.2 Содержание контрольной работы

Контрольная работа представляет собой обсуждение в группах созданных постеров и их самооценку и взаимооценку по критериям.

5.3 Критерии оценивания учебных достижений студентов

Примерная шкала оценивания постеров.

POSTER ASSESSMENT SHEET

(Exellent) 5 4 3 2 1( Poor)

5 4 3 2 1 Poster Layout and Content Logical structure

Layout is logical and it is easy to navigate through the content. Use of suitable fonts & illustrations

Headings and subheadings are large / bold. Symbols and captions are used appropriately. Diagrams, tables etc. are used as visual aids and are labelled Use of grammar, spelling and language

Correct grammar, tense and academic language is used to communicate effectively. Poster Presentation

Knowledge of work presented

Student is clear and informed of the content of the poster. Student shows insightful knowledge about the research being presented. Student is able to contextualise the research appropriately Ability to answer questions and flexibility in presenting

Student is willing to answer questions to the best of their ability where possible. They are able to explain complex details in simple terms to the audience. TOTAL SCORE PROJECT GRADE

"10"- 25, "9"- 24-23, "8"-22-21, "7"-20-19, "6"-18-17, "5"-16-15, "4"-14-13, 12 or bellow -failure of appropriateness

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