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Lesson 2


Q. If you were asked to compare (concentrating on the similarities) of coffee and tea what information might you give? e.g. colour
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Q. If you were to compare pots and pans and what information might you give?
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Q. If you were to contrast (concentrating on the differences) of a cafeteria and a fancy restaurant what information might you give? e.g. cutlery (plastic at the cafeteria)
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Q. If you were to contrast cheesecake and scones which might you consider?
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Q. Underline the keywords (highlight the word and press <CTRL>U or click on the U above) of the following (that is, which words would be useful in a Google search?):
  • Maggie Beer is a chef from South Australia
  • Mudcake has many ingredients
  • A concierge has many duties
  • We store the flour in bins

Q. What are some synonyms of the following ?
Icecream -
Hotel -
Cutlery -
Reservation -
Beverage -

Q. What would be the best source/s of information for the following : (e.g. library catalogue, internet, encyclopaedia/dictionary, etc.)
The amount of coffee harvested last month in Brazil : Answer :
The resources this library has on napkin-folding : Answer :
How to mix cocktails : Answer :
The meaning of “gastronomique” : Answer :

Q. You may underline more than one answer for each question
Which search will best find information about Slow Food?
A) slow food
B) “slow food”
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Q. Which website would be more likely to have reliable information?
A) www.eufic.org (European Food Information Council)
B) www.burgerme.co.uk (Burger me : a blog)
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Q. Which information is likely to be current?
A) Cook book
B) Encyclopaedia
C) Weekend newspaper food supplement
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Q. Which information is most likely to be relevant for the average food-lover?
A) Papers from a conference
B) A school project
C) A restaurant review in the newspaper
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Citing an article in a bibliography is easy. Here are the instructions, plus an example in the APA (American Psychological Association) style :
Author's surname, initials (date), Title of article. Title of Journal, volume number (issue number), page numbers of article.
Harlow, H. F. (1983). Fundamentals for preparing psychology journal articles. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 893-896.
Q. How would you cite in a bibliography the article I gave you? Make sure you get each full-stop, italic, and capital letter correct.
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