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Unit 12 You're supposed to shake hands.
Part 1: Teaching design (第一部分:教学设计) Structures: Supposed to + infinitive Target language: How was the dinner at Paul's house last night Well, it was OK, but I made some mistakes. I was supposed to arrive at 7:00, but I arrived at 8:00. Vocabulary: kiss, bow, table manners, chopstick, fork, spoon, napkin, greet, rude, wipe, point, stick, shake hands, be supposed to, drop by, pick up, You should Learning strategies: Comparing, Listening for key words Section A Goals ●To learn to use the structure Supposed to + infinitive ●To listen and talk about what people are supposed to do Procedures Warming up by learning about the structure Supposed to + infinitive Turn to page 95 first. Look at the sentences. Do you see how the structure Supposed to + infinitive is used What are you supposed to do when you meet someone You're supposed to kiss. You're not supposed to shake hands. When were you supposed to arrive I was supposed to arrive at 7:00. You should have asked what you were supposed to wear. 1a Looking, listening and matching Hello, class. What are we supposed to do next Yes, you are right. We are going to look, listen and match. Now turn to page 94. Look at the picture and listen to the recording for what people do when they meet for the first time. Tapescript Boy1: What are people supposed to do when they meet in your country, Celia Girl1: Well, do you mean when friends meet for the first time Boy1: Yeah. Girl1: Well, in Brazil, friends kiss. Boy1: What about in Mexico, Rodriguez Boy2: In Mexico we shake hands. Boy3: We bow. Girl2: And in Korea we also bow. Boy1: Well, I guess in most Western countries we shake hands. 1b Listening and checking You are supposed to listen for a second time to check your answers in 1a. Countries Customs 1. c Brazil a. bow

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b. shake hands c. kiss 2. b the United States 3. a Japan 4. b Mexico 5. a Korea Now you can turn to page 135 to read the tapescript. While reading circle the connectives and underline the expressions. 1c Doing pairwork What do people do when they meet for the first time Now in pairs tell each other what you know about meeting for the first time. You are sopposed to use the Supposed to + infinitive structure, OK A: What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time B: They're supposed to bow. A: What are people in the United States supposed to do when they meet for the first time B: They're supposed to shake hands. A: What are people in China supposed to do when they meet for the first time B: They're supposed to shake hands. A: What are people in Mexico supposed to do when they meet for the first time B: They're supposed to shake hands. A: What are people in Brazil supposed to do when they meet for the first time B: They're supposed to kiss. A: What are people in your city supposed to do when they meet for the first time B: They're supposed to wave their hands. 2a Listening and checking Maria, an exchange student from India, went to her American Friend Dan's place and had dinner there. Now listen to the tape for the mistakes Maria made there. Tapescript Boy: Hi, Maria. How was Paul's party Girl: Oh, Dan, it was a disaster. Boy: It was Girl: Uh-huh. Boy: What happened Girl: Well, I was supposed to arrive at 7:00 but I arrived at 8:00. Boy: Oh, so you were late. Girl: Yeah, but in my country it's different. When you're invited for 7:00, you're supposed to come later! Boy: I see. Girl: Then when I met Paul's mom, I kissed her. Boy: And you were supposed to shake hands instead.

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Girl: That's right. AND I wore a fancy dress. Boy: What's wrong with that Girl: Well, it was a barbecue, Dan. Everyone else was wearing a T-shirt and jeans. Boy: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to wear. Now you may check√the mistakes by Maria on page 95. Maria's mistakes √Arrive late; ate the wrong food; √greeted Paul's mother the wrong way; √wore the wrong clothes 2b Listening and filling To fill in the blanks on page 95 you are supposed to listen to the tape one more time. Tapescript MariA: I was supposed to arrive at 7:00 but I arrived at 8:00. MariA: In my country it's different. When you're invited for 7:00, you're supposed to come later. Dan: Boy: And you were supposed to shake hands instead. MariA: That's right. And I wore a fancy dress. Dan: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to wear. Next you are supposed to make a conversation based on 2b. You are supposed to say anything you like. Li Hong: I was supposed to get up at 7:00 but I got up at 8:00. Li Hong: In my home it's different. When you're asked to get up at 7:00, you're supposed to get up later. Wang Bin: And you were supposed to do the morning exercise instead. Li Hong: That's right. And I took my school backpack. Wang Bin: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to take. 2c Doing pairwork You are supposed to role play the conversation between Maria and Dan. And you are supposed to use the information from activities 2a and 2b. A: How was the dinner at Paul's house last night B: Well, it was OK, but I made some mistakes. I was supposed to arrive at 7:00, but I arrived at 8:00. A: Why was that Why didn't you arrive earlier B: But in my country it's different. A: What is the difference B: When you're invited for 7:00, you're supposed to come later! A: So you didn't arrive at 7:00.. B: When I met Paul's mom, I kissed her. A: But you were supposed to shake hands instead. We don't kiss each other when we are only friends. B: But I didn't know that then. A: What did you wear

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B: I wore a fancy dress. A: What's wrong with that B: It was a barbecue, you know. Everyone else was wearing a T-shirt and jeans. A: Oh, you made another mistake. I think you should have asked when you were supposed to arrive and what you were supposed to wear. 3a Reading and filling On page 96 are two exchange students, one from Colombia, the other from Switzerland, talking about their own home culture. Now read their speech, blacken the connectives and underline the expressions. Teresa Lopez From Cali, Colombia Marc LeBlanc From Lausanne, Swizerland Where I'm from, we're pretty relaxed about time. If you tell a friend you're going to their house for dinner, it's okay if you arrive a bit late. Spending time with family and friends is very important to us. We often just drop by our friends' homes. We don't usually have to make plans to meet our friends. Often we just walk around the town center, seeing as many of our friends as we can! In Switzerland, it's very important to be on time. We're the land of watches, after all!If someone invites you to meet them at 4:00, you have to be there at 4:00. If you are even fifteen minutes late, your friend may get angry. Also, we never visit a friend's house without calling first. We usually make plans to see friends. We usually plan to do something interesting, or go somewhere together. And now you are supposed to fill in the chart. Attitude about Colombia Switzerland Being on time Pretty relaxed about time very important to be on time Visiting a friend's house Often just drop by friends' house never visit a friend's house without calling first Making plans with friends Don't usually have to make plans to meet friends usually plan to do something interesting, or go somewhere together 3b Doing pairwork Next you are supposed to role play a conversation between Teresa and Marc, telling about the different attitudes of life in their home countries. A: What kinds of rules do they have in Colombia B: Well, they have pretty relaxed rules. A: Like what

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B: Well, it's ok if you're not on time. A: Could you give me an example B: Sure. If they tell a friend they're going to his or her house for dinner, it's okay if they arrive a bit late. A: Do they often visit friends' house B: Yes, they do. It is very important to them. They often just drop by their friends' homes. A: Do they have to make plans to do that B: They don't usually have to make plans to meet their friends. Often they just walk around the town center, seeing as many of our friends as we they! B: What kinds of rules do they have in Switzerland A: It's very important for them to be on time. B: Because they're the land of watches A: Maybe. If someone invites you to meet them at 4:00, you have to be there at 4:00. B: If you are even fifteen minutes late, may your friend get angry A: Yes, they do. B: Do they often visit a friend's house A: Sometimes. But they never go without calling first. They usually make plans to see friends. They usually plan to do something interesting, or go somewhere together. 4 Doing pairwork An exchange student from England is coming to your school for classes. You are supposed to fill in the chart below on page 96 with things he is supposed to do inside and outside the classroom. Items You are supposed to Greeting teachers Say, "Good morning" in the morning Doing homework At home or in school after class Phoning someone Say, "Ni Hao, I'm " Visiting someone's place Call first, and knock at the door Making plans with friends Discuss the plan, call to make changes Being on time Always on time or little earlier Giving gifts Festival gifts being necessary Now you are supposed to role play a conversation based on the chart you just filled in. A conversation between you and an exchange student from Britain A: How do you do

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B: How do you do Are you a new exchange student A: Yes, I am from Britain. Could tell me the things I am supposed to do inside and outside the classroom B: Sure. To greet the teachers you say, "Good morning" in the morning, "Good afternoon" in the afternoon. A: And "Good evening" in the evening. That's the same as we do in Britain. B: For homework you may do it at home or in school, but always after class. A: Can I do it at class B: No, you can't, because you have lots to do then. A: What do I have to do at class B: You will have to sit straight, to listen attentively, to take notes, to answer questions, to do pairwork, to do groupwork, to do the test papers, and to read Learning English! A: Learning English Am I have to learn English here B: Yes, you have to learn English, too. If you don't, you will fail the English exams. A: But I am a native speaker of English! B: But you are poor at English grammar! There are lots of grammar items in the English exam. A: But I can listen, speak, read and write in English. Is that not enough B: I don't know. But you have to take the 4th, the 6th and the 8th level English exams. A: All right. I agree to take all those exams in English, and on grammar. B: And to phone someone you say say, "Ni Hao, I'm " A: "Ni Hao, I'm " B: Right. You are learning fast. You are smart. A: What about visiting someone's place B: Call first, and knock at the door. A: What should I do to make plans with friends B: Discuss the plan with them. Call to make changes before it is too late. A: Do I have to be on time B: It depends. You have to be on time for school. And you don't have to be on time for meals by yourselves. A: That's also the same as we do back at Britain. A: And giving gifts I hear that you give many gifts on many occasions. B: Yes, we do. But you can't give gifts to the teachers in order to pass the exams, and the English grammar exams! Closing down by competing To end this English class you are supposed to take a competition. You are supposed to say as many sentences with the Structure: Supposed to + infinitive as possible. Now go ahead in pairs. The winner will be given a big, wonderful gift.

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