Ⅰ. Teaching Aims and Demands
1. Knowledge Objects
(1) Key Vocabulary
land, drop by, after all, relaxed, a bit
(2) Target Language
Can you tell me the things I’m supposed to do?
The first thing is to greet the teacher.
Okay. What should I say?
You are supposed to say "good morning, teacher."
2. Ability Objects
(1) Train students’ integrating skills.
(2) Train students’ communicative competence.
Ⅱ. Teaching Key Point
Train students’ integrating skills.
Ⅲ. Teaching Difficult Point
How to improve students’ integrating skills.
Ⅳ. Teaching Procedures
Step Ⅰ Revision
T: In last period, we summed up the expressions for telling what you are supposed to do. Now I’ll check your homework. I’ll ask some pairs to act out the conversations before the class.
T: What are we supposed to say when we meet others for the first time?
S: We are supposed to say “How do you do.” or “Nice to meet you.”
T: What are we supposed to do when we have an appointment to friends?
S: We are supposed to be on time.
T: Do you know what we are supposed to pay attention to at the table?
S: We can’t make noise while eating
Look at the picture in activity 1a.
T: What are the people doing in the picture?
S: They are eating.
T: How much do you know about table manners around the world?
Allow the students to have different answers.
Then look at the sentences in Part 1. Comprehend every sentence. Circle “T” or “F” after each one.
While comprehending, raising two points in them.
1. pick up
例：He saw a wallet lying on the ground and picked it up.
例：I’m going to pick up my uncle at the airport.
2. wipe 擦，擦去 wipe away / off 把…..擦去
例：Wipe your tears away.
Step II 2a
Read the instructions to the class.Review what an exchange student is and what table manners are.If necessary, translate them into Chinese.
Look at the four pictures.You will hear the exchange student Steve, talking with his Japanese friend, Satoshi.Satoshi is explaining some things you are and aren’t supposed to do when eating in Japan.Point to the boxes where students are supposed to write a number next to each picture.
Say, Number these 1 through 4 to show the order you hear Satoshi talk about, these things in the recording.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 III 2b
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.You will hear the same recording again.Play the recording again. Ask students to write the letters in the blanks alone.Check the answers with the class.
Step IV 2c
Go through the instructions for the activity with the class.
Look at the example in the box. Ask two students to read the sentence starters.Now, complete each one with a true statement about table manners in your country.
Ask two students to read their sentences.
Point out the sentence starters in Activity 2b.
Say, Have a conversation about table manners in your country with a patter.You can use the sentence starters in Activity 2b to help you get started.Have students work in pairs. Ask one or two pairs of students to say their conversations to the class.Help the students to understand the instructions. Then listen to the tape and number the pictures in order. Listen again. Match sentence parts.
Get the students to understand the meaning of every sentence, especially the meanings of phrases :
“make noise (制造噪音)，stick… into….(把…..插入…..)， point at (指着)，walk down (沿着….走)”.
Practising：Ask students to make up the whole sentences according to the ones in 2b. Then some say out their sentences before the class.
Exercise：Make up sentences by using “be (not) supposed to…, be polite to…, be rude to…., shouldn’t…..”. (The sentences they make must be different from the ones in the book.)
1. Write a conversation using the information in Part 4.
2. Finish off the exercises on pages 49～50 of the workbook.