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Unit 10 You are supposed to shake hands. SectionBѧ  

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Unit 10 You are supposed to shake hands. SectionBѧ

 

Teaching content

nit 10 SectionB(1a-1d)

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Knowledge aims

(1) Key Vocabulary

wipe, napkin, stick, chopstick, rude, point, pick up

(2) Target Language

We're supposed to eat with chopsticks.

Yes, and it's rude to eat with our hands.

Ability aims

(1) Train students' ability to understand the target language in spoken conversation.

(2) Train students' ability to use the target language.

Emotional aims

In order to behave politely at the dinner table, you're supposed to learn some talbe manners.

Key points

Target language.

Difficult points

1How to improve students' listening ability.

2How to use the target language.

Teaching methods

1Listening method

2Pairwork

Teaching tools

1.A tape recorder

2.PPTμ

Teaching procedures

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Teaching steps:

Step I: Review

Check homework. Get some students to read out their conversations using the target language in Section A 4c. Collect their conversations and help correct their errors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step II :New lesson

Part 1

This activity introduces new vocabulary and provides reading practice using the target language.

Look at the picture and ask students to say what is happening in it. (A family is eating a meal.)

Look at the title, Mind your manners!

Ask: What do you think it might mean?

(It means be careful of how you act.)

Read the instructions and point to the five statements about manners. Ask students to read the statements.

Review the five statements to be sure students understand what each one means. Ask students to act out them. Then ask students to complete the quiz on their own.

Part2.2a

This activity gives students practice in understanding the target language in spoken conversation.

Read the instructions to the class. Review what an exchange student is and what table manners are. If necessary, translate them into Chinese.

Play the recording the first time.

Students only listen.

Play the recording a second time. As they listen to the recording this time, let students number the pictures.

Correct the answers with the class.

Step 2b

This activity provides listening practice using the target language.

Read the instructions and point to the numbered list of sentence starters and the lettered list of sentence endings. Ask different students to read the two lists.

1You aren't supposed to        a. to stick your chopsticks into your food.

2It's impolite to     b. point at anyone with your chopsticks.

3You shouldnt        c.start eating first if there are older people at the table

You will hear the same recording again. This time as you listen, write the letter of the correct sentence ending after each sentence starter.

Look at the sample answer. Read the correctly completed sentence to the class:

Step Summary

In this class, we've learned some key vocabulary, such as wipe, rude, point, pick up. We've also learned the target language by listening and speaking.

Step Homework

Talk about the table manners in your country using the sentence starters in Activity 1a.

Step III:Practice:

Step 2c

This activity provides guided oral practice using the target language.

Go through the instructions for the activity with the class.

Have students work in pairs. Ask one or two pairs of students to say their conversations to the class.

Step IV:summary:

Step V:.homework:

 

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Bb design:

 

1Sentences in Activity 2b:

2Target language:

A: We're supposed to eat with chopsticks.

B: Yes, and it's rude to eat with our hands.

 

 

 

 

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Unit 10 You are supposed to shake hands. SectionBѧ

 

Teaching content

nit 10 SectionB(2a-2b)

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Knowledge aims

(1) Key Vocabulary

table manners, behave, be/get used to, cut up, full, fork, You should

(2) Practise reading an article.

Ability aims

(1) Train students' reading ability.

(2) Train students' writing ability.

Emotional aims

With the development of society, table manners are more and more important. Sometimes they can help people succeed. So you have to learn more table manners.

Key points

Practise reading and writing using the target language.

Difficult points

How to write an e-mail message.

Teaching methods

1Reading comprehension to help students grasp the main idea of the text.

2Writing method

3Groupwork to make every student work in class.

Teaching tools

1.A tape recorder

2.PPTμ

Teaching procedures

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Teaching steps:

Step I: Review

Step Revision

Review the target language presented in this unit. Check homework.

Ask two students to read out their sentences.

SA: You aren't supposed to visited a friend's house without calling first.

SB: It's polite to be on time.

 

 

 

 

Step II :New lesson

1.Ask and answer.

What do you know about customs in foreign countries? What do you think is the biggest challenge when visiting a foreign country?

2.2bThis activity provides reading practice using the target language.

Teach the new words. Show the following new words on the screen by a projector.

manner n. òϰ

table manners

behave v. Ϊֹ֣

be/get used to ϰڡ

cut up п

fork n. 棻Ͳ

full adj. ģ˵

lap n. (ʱ)µϥΪֹIJ֣

elbow n. ⣻ⲿ

gradually adv. 𽥵أ

compliment n. ޣά

toast v.

Call attention to the e-mail message. Invite a student to read the article aloud to the class. Correct any pronunciation errors to make sure the student is providing a good model for the rest of the class.

Now read the e-mail. Answer the questions in your exercise book. As students work, move around the classroom and offer help as necessary.

Step 3.Read the sentences in 2c and replace the underlined words with the phrases in the box.

1.Making mistakes in French used to make Lin Yue nervous.

2.It was quite hard for her to feel good about speaking French.

3.The host family tried very hard to help Lin Yue.

4.Lin Yue has slowly learned how to be like her French friends.

 

Step 4.Review the passage and make notes about French customs in the chart.

This activity provides writing practice using the target language.

Read the instructions and ask students to finish the exercise.

Get students to finish the activity on their own. As students work, move around the room offering help as needed. Ask a student to read his or her message to the class. Have other students add any information that is missing from the first student's report.

 

 

Step III:Practice:

  Your pen pal is coming to China on an exchange program.He/She is asking you about Chinese customs and what he/she is supposed to do or not. Make notes in the chart.

Step IV:summary:

In this class, we've done a lot of reading, writing and speaking practice using the target language.

Step V:.homework:

Read the e-mail message in Activity 2b again

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Bb design:

 

Unit 12 You're supposed to shake hands.  Section B(2a-3a)

1.What do you know about customs in foreign countries?

2.Read the letter and answer the questions in 2b.

 

 

 

 

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Unit 10 You are supposed to shake hands. SectionBѧ

 

Teaching content

nit 10 SectionB(3b-selfcheck)

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Knowledge aims

(1) Key Vocabulary

be excited about doing sth some suggestions some adviceat the table

(2) Target Language

You are supposed to ..

You are not supposed to .

Ability aims

. Train students' writing ability.

. Train students' communicative competence.

Emotional aims

Before you meet foreigners, you should obey some rules. In this way, you can act politely and properly.

 

Key points

Talk about customs and what you are supposed to do.

Difficult points

Write a short passage about table manners.

Teaching methods

1Task-based teaching

2Pairwork

 

Teaching tools

1.A tape recorder

2.PPTμ

Teaching procedures

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Teaching steps:

Step I: Review

1.manner n. _________

2.table manners _________

3.behave v. _________

4.be/get used to _________

5.cut up _________

6.fork n. _________

7.full adj. _________

8.elbow n. _________

9.gradually adv. _________

10.compliment n. _________

toast v. _________

Step II :New lesson

1.Talk about some table manners in China.

2.Write a letter to your pen pal to give him/ her advice and suggestions on how to behave properly in China.

This activity provides writing practice using the target language.

Read the instructions and ask students to look back at Activity 2

3a.

Remind students that they made conversations about table manners in their own country.

3.Writing practice.

Dear Jenny.

  You must be excited about coming to China soon. Let me give you some suggestions and advice about Chinese customs. When youre eating at the table. Its impolite to stick your chopsticks into the food.

  In our house ,youre supposed to watch TV and play computers.

  When you go out with people , you should tell somebody who is home.

  Have a safe trip,and I look forward to meeting you soon!

  Best wishes.

Step 3.Selfcheck.

  1.Fill in the blanks with the words in the box.

  Worth  capital    basic    traffic

  Empty  mad     knocking

  2.Think about your culture and make statements.

  In my culture, when you.

  Youre supposed to ..

  Youre not supposed to

  Youre expected to .

  Its impolite to .

Its important to ..

Step III:Practice:

  Have conversations with your partner.

  In my culture, youre supposed to .. youre not supposed to ..

Step IV:summary:

In this class, we've done a lot of writing and speaking practice using the target language.

Talk with your partners after class.

Step V:.homework:

Talk about the table manners in your country using the sentence in Selfcheck.

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Bb design:

 

      Unit 10 Youre supposed to shake hands.

1.Write a letter to your pen pal to give him/her advice about table manners.

2.Selfcheck.

 

 

 

 

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