Welcome to Clip from Spiral logo

Interactive video lesson plan for: Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson

Activity overview:

Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson


Do you eat eggs for breakfast? Extremely nutritious! You surely know how you like your eggs but do you know how to order them, so that they will actually be cooked that way? So there are various ways of cooking the eggs. In this lesson we will learn the different ways the eggs are cooked.

Hard boiled – An egg that is cooked in the boiling water with the shell intact until both the white and the yolk is completely set.
Soft boiled – An egg cooked in boiling water with the shell intact only to the point at which the whites are set however the yolk is still liquid.

Over Easy – A fried egg that is flipped and cooked yolk ( yellow) side down only long enough to create a film over the top of the yolk leaving the centre of the yolk liquid.

Over hard – A fried egg that is flipped and cooked yolk side down until the yolk has completely cooked through.

Sunny side up – A fried egg that is never flipped or cooked yolk side down. The whites cook until completely or partially set while the yolk remains liquid.

Poached – Eggs that have been removed from their shell and then cooked in a hot liquid. The cooking liquid can be water or broth or any other flavoured sauce. Poached eggs are considered to be quite healthy as no fat or oil is used for cooked .

Scrambled – Raw egg whites and yolks are beaten together and then cooked in a skillet. The beaten egg mixture is gently agitated as it sets to create a curdled texture and seasonings are added.
Shirred – Eggs that are baked in a ramekin and sometimes with butter cream ot other sauces until the whites have set however the yolk is still liquid.

Omelet ( Omelette ) – Eggs that have been beaten and then cooked quickly in a frying pan and then folded over with some fillings like the cheese , vegetables or meat form a nice scrumptious omelette.

Hope this lesson is helpful to you all out there and from now you can order your eggs correctly and enjoy the delicious breakfast thoroughly.

Tagged under: English lessons,Free English,English lesson,English video,vocabulary,business English,Grammar,learn grammar,English speaking,spoken English,learn English,speak English,speaking English,fluent English,fluency English,English training video,speak fluent English,accent training,American accent,British accent,US accent,UK accent,personality development,words,sentences,public speaking,presentation,soft skills, ,phrases,idioms,listening skills

Find more lesson plans like this:

Look Who's Talking (Tu Quoque) Fallacy: Definition & Examples

Clip makes it super easy to turn any public video into a formative assessment activity in your classroom.

Add multiple choice quizzes, questions and browse hundreds of approved, video lesson ideas for Clip

Make YouTube one of your teaching aids - Works perfectly with lesson micro-teaching plans

Play this activity

1. Students enter a simple code

2. You play the video

3. The students comment

4. You review and reflect

* Whiteboard required for teacher-paced activities

Share on:

Share Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson on Google+ Share Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson on Twitter Share Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson on Facebook Pin Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson Email Talking about EGGS - Free Spoken English & Vocabulary lesson

Ready to see what else Spiral logo can do?

With four apps, each designed around existing classroom activities, Spiral gives you the power to do formative assessment with anything you teach.

Quickfire

Carry out a quickfire formative assessment to see what the whole class is thinking

Discuss

Create interactive presentations to spark creativity in class

Team Up

Student teams can create and share collaborative presentations from linked devices

Clip

Turn any public video into a live chat with questions and quizzes

1000s of teachers use Spiral to deliver awesome, engaging activities that capture students' understanding during lessons.

Now it's your turn Sign up

Spiral Reviews by Teachers and Digital Learning Coaches

Spiral
Review of Spiral by teacher: Kathryn Laster @kklaster

Tried out the canvas response option on @SpiralEducation & it's so awesome! Add text or drawings AND annotate an image! #R10tech

Spiral
Review of Spiral by teacher: Room 220 Math Stars @3rdgradeBCE

Using @SpiralEducation in class for math review. Student approved! Thumbs up! Thanks.

Spiral
Review of Spiral by teacher: Miss Ord @ordmiss

Absolutely amazing collaboration from year 10 today. 100% engagement and constant smiles from all #lovetsla #spiral

Spiral
Review of Spiral by teacher: Adam J. Stryker @strykerstennis

Students show better Interpersonal Writing skills than Speaking via @SpiralEducation Great #data #langchat folks!

Spiral
Review of Spiral by teacher: Dr Ayla Göl @iladylayla

A good tool for supporting active #learning.

Spiral
Review of Spiral by teacher: Brett Erenberg @BrettErenberg

The Team Up app is unlike anything I have ever seen. You left NOTHING out! So impressed!

Get the Clip Chrome Extension & Create Video Lessons in Seconds

Add Clip to Chrome