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Section A Period Two

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To learn to understand and use supposed to + infinitive To listen and speak what you are supposed to do Section A Period Two Review Words and expressions Read the words and expressions loudly. Cali Colombia relaxed drop by Lausanne adj. ( ) Words and expressions Switzerland land after all towards greet n. prep. v. Words and expressions Lets have a revision. What are you supposed to do when you meet someone for the first time? In Brazil What are you supposed to do when you meet someone for the first time? (Kiss) You are supposed to kiss when you meet people from France for the first time. What are you supposed to do when you meet people from France for the first time? In Mexico what do the people do when they meet for the first time? In Mexico You are supposed to shake hands when you meet him for the first time. What are you supposed to do when you meet him from China for the first time? (bow) You are supposed to bow when you meet a Japanese for the first time. What are you supposed to do when you meet a Japanese for the first time? In Korea You are supposed to bow when you meet people from Korea for the first time. What are you supposed to do when you meet people from Korea for the first time? Learn the language of a country isnt enough. Can you imagine the manners of our foreign friends can be quite different from that our own? Here are two students who are from different countries. Lets read their ideas. Where are they from? Is it important to be on time in their countries? Read and answer. Read again and fill in the chart. Attitude aboutColombiaSwitzerland Being on time Visiting a friends house Making plans with friends be relaxed about time drop by their friends homes call them first make plans dont have to make plan be very important 3a Role play a conversation between Teresa and Marc. Talk about the different attitudes in Colombia and Switzerland. 3b Pairwork A: What kinds of rules do they have in Colombia? B: Well, they have pretty relaxed rules. A: Like what? B: Well, its OK if youre not on time. A new student from England is going to take classes at your school. Role play a conversation. 4 Pairwork A: Can you tell me the things Im supposed to do? B: The first thing is to greet the teacher. A: Okay. What should say? B: If your friend introduces his or her pen pal from a foreign country to you, do you know how to greet him or her? What are you supposed to do, when you greet teachers do homework phone someone visit someones place make plans with friends are on time give gifts Youre supposed to Greeting teachersSay Good morning. Doing homework Phoning someone Visiting someones place Making plans with friends Being on time Giving gifts Sample writing Tim, welcome you to our school. Here is something I want to tell you. Firstly, if you meet a teacher on your way to school, its polite to stop to bow and say Good morning to him/ her. Secondly, our school has got out lots of activities to make you feel at home. Youd better make a plan with your friends and decide what to do because you are supposed to finish homework every day. If youd like to visit a Chinese family, being there on time is very important. At last of the day, well have a party with the home- stay families. Youre not supposed to give gifts to them, but you should show your thanks. Were looking forward to meeting you in Beijing. Im sure youll have a great here. Different Cultures in Different Countries Greeting your teacher in a western country to smile and say Good morning or Good afternoon Greeting your teacher in China to stand straight and say Hello! to get off your bike not to take your hat off at a Chinese dinner party to talk to people sitting beside you to smile to eat with chopsticks to stand up when others make a toast to say you are full if you dont want any more food not to keep your hand under the table at a western dinner party to eat with knives and forks. to be lively and smile not to shout or laugh loudly at the table. not to smoke cigarettes during the dinner. We often just drop by our friends homes. (1) I ______ ___ ( ) my best friends home during my stay in Qingdao last month. (2) Lisa dropped in ___ (by / on / at) my place on her way home. at dropped by drop by drop in on at drop (1) I dropped my book on the floor. (2) fall I saw a pen drop from the desk. (3) give up I thought you had dropped English. No. It has been useful in my work. Often we just walk around the town center, seeing as many of our friends as we can. We lie on the beach, look up into the blue sky. _____________ V-ing Talking and laughing, the children walked one by one into the classroom. looklooking be pretty relaxed about time, go to ones house for dinner, arrive a bit late, spend time with , be important to , drop byones homes, make plans, walk around on time, the land of watches, after all, get angry, visit a friends house without calling first, make plans to see friends, plan to do something, go somewhere together 1. The mother gave her baby a k______ on the cheek. 2. Elise was lying in the sun looking very r_____ and happy. 3. He was standing with his back t_____ me. 4. People in China and England have different c______ on greeting people. 5. He visited many foreign l____including Egypt and Russia. iss elaxed owards ustoms ands ( ) 1. With all this work on hand, he ________ ____ _____ to the cinema last night. 2. You just need to __ _______ _____ this examination. have gone be relaxed about shouldnt 3. How can I ____ my American friend ____ _____ ____? 4. If you want to work in the fields, you shouldnt _____ ____ ______ _____. 5. Im very glad ___ __ _____ __ _____. right way wear the wrong clothes to be invited to party greet the To think of table manners in China How much do you know about table manners around the world? 1. Review the new words and expressions. 2. Write a short passage about the rules in our country.