On Screen C2 - English - I eat therefore I think
I eat therefore I think
Generally Module 6 will explore the topics of health, happiness and well-being. This is the fist part (6a) of the module. Your main objective will be to read for specific information, to answer questions on a text, to take notes and gain knowledge about nutrition and the mind. Vocabulary - nouns (antioxidant, free radical, correlation, academia, serotonin, gastrointestinal tract, supplement, gut, inflammation) - adjectives (refined, impaired, inflammatory, lean, enclosed, burgeoning, unprocessed) - verbs (nourish, mediate, ingest, inhibit, line) - adverbs (ultimately) - phrasal verbs (account for) - phrases (premium fuel, intestinal microbiome, gain traction)
1. According to the text, the human brain *
1 point
2. The text states that free radicals *
1 point
3. Research about the impact of our diet focuses on *
1 point
4. Burgeoning in paragraph three can best be replaced by *
1 point
5. The intestinal microbiome *
1 point
6. In the text it is stated that traditional diets *
1 point
7. According to the text, the idea that probiotics can boost mental processes is *
1 point
8. The text suggests that an improved diet *
1 point
Why does the writer make a comparison between the brain and an expensive car? *
2 points
Your answer
In your own words explain the relationship between good bacteria and emotions. *
2 points
Your answer
Why does the writer mention probiotics in the text? *
2 points
Your answer
Additional video: How the food you eat affects your brain
THINK! What are some of the reasons we don't eat healthy? What could be done to improve our diets? *
2 points
Your answer
Write a report with your findings. How else does nutrition affect our mind? Which foods boost intelligence? *
5 points
Your answer
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