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Unit 7《You’re supposed to shake hands》课件1(28张PPT)(鲁教版九年级)

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Topic:customs Functions: Tell what you are supposed to do 语言结构: @ 用be supposed to 表示应该,被期待 @ you should… 多元智能: 比较分析; 人际交往;风俗和礼仪 教学目标: 1.能够描述自己或他人在不同场合应该做什么; 2.能同他人讨论不同国家的风俗习惯,如初次见面的礼仪,餐桌礼仪等; 3.了解各国风俗文化差异。 manners greet,kiss on the cheek, bow, shake hands, hug, pat on the back wipe, point, stick, eat with hands, talk at the table, pick up your bowl of rice… Be relaxed about time, drop by, make plans, be on time,call first, arrive a bit late Table manners, chopsticks fork, knife, spoon, napkin 五级目标要求:了解英语国家正式和非正式场合服饰和穿戴习俗;了解英语国家的饮食习俗;乐于接触并了解异国文化。 Language points: be supposed to do 被期望或要求做…; 应该做… be not supposed to do 不被许可做… Everyone is supposed to know the law. We’re not supposed to play basketball in the classroom. If your friend introduces his or her pen pal from a foreign country to you, do you know how to greet him or her? Talent show: If you meet someone in the following countries, what are you supposed to do? Please show your conversations in pairs. ★ Brazil ★ the United States ★ Japan ★ Mexico ★ Korea kiss bow shake hands Pairwork (1c): What are people in different countries supposed to do when they meet for the first time? T: What are people in China supposed to do when they meet for the first time? S: …    shaking hands:You should shake hands with others with a smile. At the same time you shouldn’t wear hats or gloves when you do this. Usually, the time of shaking hands shouldn’t last no more than 3 seconds. It is polite to wait for the ladies, the leaders or the old to show their hands first, then you can shake with them. bow:When you bow to others, you should stand at attention and take off your hat to show your respect. kiss: If you meet a friend or your relative, you can greet him or her with a hug or a kiss on the cheeks. If you are a couple, you can hug and kiss, but if you are parents and children, you just kiss on the face or forehead. If you are brothers or sisters, you just kiss on the cheeks. arrived late greeted Paul’s mother the wrong way wore the wrong clothes Fill in the chart according to 2a & 2b: Maria’s mistakes Maria was supposed to … arrived late greeted others the wrong way wore the wrong clothes arrive at 7 (a little earlier) shake hands with Paul’s mother wear a T-shirt and jeans What are you supposed to do, when you ▼ greet teachers ▼ do homework ▼ phone someone ▼ visit someone’s place ▼ make plans with friends ▼ are on time ▼ give gifts Manners in Japan! Please fill in the blanks. You aren’t supposed to _____________. You shouldn’t _____________________. It’s rude ________________________. It’s polite _______________________. eat or drink while walking down the street point at anyone with your chopsticks to stick your chopsticks into your food to make noise while eating noodles Read the e-mail and make a list of table manners in France! You aren’t supposed to … You are supposed to… put your bread on your plate. put it on the table. eat anything with your hands except bread. cut fruit up and eat it with a fork. say you are full. say “It was delicious.” put your hands in your lap. keep your hands on the table. Now you are a Chinese guide, a group of visitors from the USA are coming. Make a list of things people are supposed to do in different situations! Fill in the blanks in self-check 1. Write an e-mail to solve Fan Ling’s problems! (self-check 2) 1.When you are invited to dinner by Americans, the hostess expects you to be there on time or not more than a few minutes later. 2.When the guests sit down at a dinner table, it is common for the men to help ladies by pushing their chairs under them. Some families have a habit of offering a prayer of thanks before they eat. 3.Europeans keep the knife on the right hand, the fork on the left. But Americans use just one hand, and keep the other one on the lap. They constantly change their fork to the left hand when they have to cut meat. 4. You should leave a spoon to lie flat. (a coffee spoon on the saucer, a soup spoon on the service plate beside the soup bowl.) 5.When Americans eat the bread, they hold it in their fingers, usually break it first. 6.If you have to leave during the meal, you should ask the hostess, “Would you please excuse me for a minute?” After the meal, you needn’t fold the napkins unless you are house guests and want to stay for more than one meal. 7.When you leave, it is a custom for you to say: “Goodbye. It was so nice of you to have me.” or “Thank you. I’ve had a nice time.” Then, maybe you can send a thank-you note. is a new kind of written English that is being used to save time. meaning abbreviations homophone types Can you write an example of each on your own ? How R U? How are you? CU See you! BTW By the way. CUL8r See you later! BRB CU2morrow ASAP I’ll be right back. See you tomorrow! as soon as possible Please write more expressions like the ones above! situations is supposed to be used______________. is not supposed to be used___________. on a mobile phone in class Complete the chart and discuss your answers with your partner. Do these two on your own: 1.I had a great weekend. And you? 2.Oh no!I am going to be late. My e-mail English ideas Do them with a partner: 3.I have seen that movie four times. It’s great! 4.Excuse me. Could you please help me? Our e-mail English ideas Find more information about e-mail English. Write a note to some friends using e-mail English.

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