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En el grupo de 30 alumnos de 1º ESO Bilingüe, la profesora profesora Yolanda Peral (Departamento Geografía e Historia) junto a Adriane Beam ( Auxiliar de conversación en lengua inglesa), han dirigido  realizado varias actividades en el aula.

  1. Visualización del vídeo del famoso chef inglés Jamie Oliver.,“How to make bread”.Video:

Se ha analizado el vídeo y  los pasos de la receta.

2. Activides  de vocabulario en torno a “Making bread” (Hacer el pan).

Se trata de actividades que se hacen oralmente. El alumno va preguntando  y se van dando pistas a los alumnos para completar un  cuestionario.

3. Exposiciones orales de cada alumno explicando cómo se hace el pan en inglés. 

CUESTIONARIO: Actividades de vocabulario en torno a “Making bread” (Hacer el pan):

Let’s Make a Loaf!

  1. Fill in the gaps with the correct word:

Salt       Water       Rise       Flour       Knead       Grind       Bake       Mill       Yeast        Dough

  • ____________ – There are many different types, but the most common is made from wheat grain.
  • ____________ – This is when a substance is put between two hard surfaces, usually stone, and crushed into very small pieces.
  • ____________ – The place where grain is crushed into flour.
  • ____________ – This activates the yeast and dissolves all of the other ingredients.
  • ____________ – This is what causes the dough to rise. It feeds on the natural sugars in the flour and releases carbon dioxide, which causes the bread to become bigger and form large air pockets.
  • ____________ – This slows the yeast and helps control the fermentation process. It also adds flavor that most of us expect in even the simplest of breads.
  • ____________ – This is obtained by putting wet and dry ingredients together in a bowl and mixing them together.
  • ____________ – This step activates a protein in the flour called gluten, so that it can now form air pockets. The technique is simple: just squish, roll, push, fold, applying pressure on the dough.
  • ____________ – This step is where the dough expands and becomes bigger. This can take anywhere from 45 minutes to a couple of hours.
  • ____________ – This is the process of heating the dough that changes it into bread.


2. En esta actividad el alumno debía poner en orden los pasos de la receta en inglés.

Put in order the following steps. “A Generic Recipe”

3 cups __________, 2 teaspoons _________, 2 teaspoons __________, 1 1/8 cup __________

______. Put the loaf into the preheated oven.

______. Put the ingredients together in a large bowl.

______. Shape it, either by putting it in a greased loaf pan or by rolling it out into a long loaf and putting it on the back of a cookie sheet.

______. (If it is too wet and won’t come free from the sides of the bowl or keeps sticking to your hands, add a little more flour. If it is too dry and won’t form into a ball, add a bit of water.)

______. Let is cool.

______. Preheat the oven to 375ºF ( _______ ºC).

______. Cover and set aside to rise until it doubles in size, approximately 90 minutes.

______. Eat!

______. Knead the dough on a hard surface for approxiamately 10 minutes until silky and smooth.

______. Let it rise again to twice its size, about another hour.

______. Mix them together with a wooden spoon.

______. Bake it for 40-45 minutes (if in a loaf pan) or 30-35 minutes (if shaped into a long skinny loaf). and then pull it out.


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