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11/9/12

LO:  Expectations for the unit Work Reading  To be able to recognize symbols used at work;  To know why we have them, what they mean, how can we group them.

Starter: Do you know any work symbols?

H/W Complete Worksheet Due 12/9/12

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Recognise at least five simple signs and messages likely to be found in the workplace. Read simple informative writing about a work related activity and identify some key features, e.g. safety leaflet. Read and extract information from two different types of informative writing, e.g. telephone directory and safety leaflet or instructions. To be able to recognise the features of informative writing.

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The background is ________________.a sign ________________ you to do something (e. The edges are ________________. The picture is ________________. The picture is ________________.g. Warning signs . . The background is ________________.g. It has a ________________ shape. Prohibitory signs a sign that ________________ something because it can cause ________________ (e.g. DANGER: ELECTRICITY). YOU MUST WEAR BOOTS). The picture is ________________. It has a ________________ shape. The background is __________________.   Mandatory signs . DON'T SMOKE). It has a ________________ shape. The edges are ________________.a sign giving ________________ of hazard or danger (e.

The background is white.g. The picture is white. . DANGER: ELECTRICITY).a sign ordering you to do something (e. It has a round shape. Mandatory signs . The background is yellow. The picture is black.Prohibitory signs a sign that prohibits something because it can cause danger (e. The edges are black. YOU MUST WEAR BOOTS).g.g. It has a triangular shape. DON'T SMOKE). The picture is black. The background is blue.a sign giving warning of hazard or danger (e. The edges are red. Warning signs . It has a round shape.

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 1. List names and telephone numbers only. Name Telephone numbers . Put the Telephone Directory listing into alphabetical order.

 To be able to recognize basic features of informative writing. Starter: What are these work symbols? H/W Read the text: Due 13/9/12 .12/9/12 LO:  To be able to extract (find) information from the informative source– video and leaflet.  To revise what TAP is.

  What comes to your mind when you hear fire safety? What should we do in case of fire? .

1 Assembly point. Fire fighting Fire hydrants. Don’t start work if your area is not clear. Keep access clear. Good house keeping.Put the phrases in the order you hear them. . The first one has been done for you.

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T A text type audience purpose P .

dial 999 go to the assembly point All staff ensure no one is left The manager or person in charge .

Did the text contain (have) similar information to the video? .

 To enrich vocabulary.  To be able to recognize basic features of informative writing. Starter: Find synonyms for the words in the table H/W Read and answer the questions: Due 13/9/12 .12/9/12 LO:  To be able to say what informative writing is.

Informative writing What it is? • Fiction/Nonfiction text • Used to inform/entertain or explain something to the audience .

Features of informative writing What features can find in the informative writing? Annotate the leaflet: Fire Safety. Which of these can you see? Headings Bullet points Pictures Numbers Text boxes Why do we have these features? .

I’m confident that I can recognize the informative features. I don’t understand what informative writing is. . but I need more help. I understand what informative writing is.

Word a synonym or an explanation immediately quickly available ensure person in charge premises collect obstruct .

. •If you have any infections of the bowel accompanied by diarrhea and symptoms or fever or vomiting. Keep any open cuts or grazes covered with a waterproof dressing. Clean protective clothing. INFECTIONS Inform your manager immediately: •If you are suffering from or have recently been in contact with typhoid. Smoking is any part of the kitchen premises is strictly forbidden at all times.CATERING HYGIENE PERSONAL CLEANLINESS Wash your hands thoroughly after using the lavatory. including hairnets. must be worn by all kitchen service personnel. paratyphoid fever or dysentery.

. •Make absolutely certain that all food equipment. •All canned foods must be removed from their tins immediately they are opened. either below 8 degrees C or above 63 degrees C.FOOD AND EQUIPMENT All food (both raw and cooked) must be protected from any risk of contamination. canteens etc. utensils and containers are sterilised and kept scrupulously clean. •Dispose of all kitchen waste as quickly as possible and ensure that refuse containers are kept clean. This notice does not refer to all hygiene regulations but only those to which directly concern staff in restaurants. sterile and have tight fitting lids. •All food not intended for immediate use must be kept in safe temperature zones.

Read the statements. Food not intended for immediate use must be kept either below 7 degrees C or above 63 degrees C. If a person is sick. T/F .The following statements are either true or false. All food equipment needs to be kept very clean. Statement Workers can smoke on the kitchen premises. Write ‘True’ or ‘False in the box next to the statement. The canned foods must be taken out from their tins just after they have been opened. One has been done for you. they need to inform their manager. The kitchen waste should be disposed of twice a week. The kitchen personnel need to wear hairnets.

What are safe temperature zones? 4. Who needs to wear hairnets? 3. What do you need to do to canned foods? 5. They are based on the poster: CATERING HYGIENE 1. What do you need to if you got a cut? 2. What are the rules about refuse containers? .Answer these questions.

the tools. a disease that affects a particular part of your body and is caused by bacteria or a virus 11. waste material that has been thrown away = rubbish Down 2. a container for putting waste in 13. to move goods from one place to another 10. a small cupboard with a lock in a school. the state of being ill 9. where you can leave clothes or possessions while you do something 12. sports building etc. a very thin net that stretches over your hair to keep it in place 7. a very small living thing that can make you ill 3. clothes etc that you need to do a particular job or activity 8. not cooked 6.                Across 1. a wound caused by rubbing that slightly breaks the surface of your skin 5. machines. office. someone who supervises a person or activity 4. not allowing water to enter . a measure of how hot or cold a place or thing is 14.

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3. 4. . 2.. The pipe is the bathroom is leaking. We aim to offer good value and service to all our __________________. I must call a __________________. She was wearing a pair of beautiful diamond ____________________. Some mushrooms are extremely __________________________. At Christmas the __________________________ stay open late.1. 5.