Let me introduce myself. My name is Yulia Kedruk. This year I’m in the eighth form. I’m interested in foreign countries, their traditions, culture and people so the subject I like most of all is English. We have very interesting and exciting English lessons because our teacher trains us in different ways. We learn new words and phrases, dramatize dialogues, watch cartoons and films in English, discuss interesting things, do role-plays, do projects, speak a lot and even sing). Our teacher usually supports us when we work in pairs or groups and make up our own conversations. That’s why I’ve decided to write about one of the best English lessons. To my mind, it was one on the topic “Healthy and Unhealthy Food”. At the very beginning, our teacher divided us into groups of four. We often work in such way during our English lessons. Then students were represented the topic and a motto of our lesson. The second one was “Peoplemusteathealthyfood” (the words were joined together). We divided the motto into separate words and got: “People must eat healthy food”. The teacher asked us some questions about our eating habits, healthy and unhealthy food. We spoke about mood and things it depends on. After that students played picture game. Our task was to guess what food it is and get a card. Team getting more cards won the game. Later we did crosswords in pairs. As for me, the most interesting task was to guess a dish and country it belongs to. Then pupils watched interesting film about British food and our task was to answer the questions and divide words into two columns: healthy and unhealthy food. Later, while reading a text about food groups my classmates and I got useful information and did multiple choice tests. We also talked about our eating habits and our teacher summed up the lesson. I think this lesson looked like a trip into the world of healthy and junk food. We’ve got very useful information about healthy eating. As a result, my friends and I know more about healthy food and try to be healthy eaters.