Yifu Middle School Wang Chunya. As students, what other rules do we have at school? What are we supposed to do? What are we not supposed to do?

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  • Yifu Middle School Wang Chunya

  • As students, what other rules do we have at school? What are we supposed to do?What are we not supposed to do?

  • come to school latecopy others homeworkraise our hand before we talkdo homework every daylisten to teacher carefully in classtalk in classWe are (not) supposed to

  • AWhat are you supposed to do at school?BWere supposed to be on time, were not supposed to be late.be (not) supposed to do sth. = should (not) do

    1.be on timebe late2.be hard-workingbe lazy3.eat in the dining-halleat in the classroom

  • spit in public.say Excuse me.are supposed towe are not supposed topick flowersput rubbish into the right placeAre we supposed to ?

  • Different countries have different customs(, ).

  • BrazilKoreaJapanthe United StatesMexico

  • shake handsAmerica China Mexico

  • What do these people do when they meet for the first time?They shake hands when they meet for the first time.

  • bowKoreaJapan

  • (bow)What do these people do when they meet for the first time?They bow when they meet for the first time.

  • Brazilkiss

  • They kiss when they meet for the first time.Can you say other countries where people kiss when they meet for the first time?France ,Canada, England..What do these people do when they meet for the first time?

  • 1aMatch the countries with the customs.

  • 1b Listeningcbaba

    Countries Customs1.__Brazil

    bow

    shake hands

    kiss2.__the United States3.__Japan4.__Mexico5.__Korea

  • Listen again and fill in the blanksB: What are people__________ to do when they meet ______your country, Celia?C: Well, do you mean when friends meet for the first time?B: Yeah.C: Well, in___________, friends___________. B: What about in___________, Rodrigo?R: In Mexico we ______________________.B: How about in ____________, Yoshi? Y: We __________.G: And in __________we also ____________.B: Well, I guess in most ___________________we shake hands.supposedinBrazilkissMexicoshake handsJapanbowKoreabowwestern countries

  • A:B:In China, what are you supposed to do when you meet for the first time?We are supposed to shake handsbowkiss

    CountriesWe are supposed to AmericaChinaJapanKoreaBrazil

  • Talk about what people in different countries do when they meet for the first time..What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time?Theyre supposed to bow. A:B:

  • Maria is an exchange student. Last night she had dinner at an American friends house. But she made some mistakes.

  • 2b Listen again and fill in the blanks. Maria: I was supposed to arrive at 7:00,but I arrived at 8:00.Maria: In my country, its different. When youre invited for 7:00, youre supposed to .Dan: And you were supposed to ____________ instead.Dan: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to .come latershake handswear

  • A: Hi Maria. How was Pauls party?B: Oh, Dan, it was a disaster.A: It was? B: Uh-huh.A: What happened?B: Well, I was supposed to arrive at 7:00 but I arrived at 8:00.A: Oh, so you were late.B: Yeah, but in my country its different. When youre invited for 7:00, youre supposed to come later.A: I see. B: Then when I met Pauls mom, I kissed her.A: And you were supposed to shake hands instead.B: Thats right. And I wore a fancy dress.A: Whats wrong with that?B: Well, it was a barbecue. Everyone else was wearing a T-shirt and jeans.A: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to wear..(wear-wore-worn)

  • You should have done .You didnt finish your homework.You should have finished your homework.You didnt pass the exam . You should have worked harder . You were late this morning . You should have gotten up earlier .

  • Fill in the chart according to 2a & 2b: arrive at 7:00 shake hands with Pauls mother wear a T-shirt and jeansarrived at 8:00kissed Pauls motherwore a fancy dress

    Marias mistakesMaria was supposed to

  • Role play the conversation between Maria and Dan.How was the dinner at Pauls 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.A:B:A: ?

  • When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

  • Do as the Romans Do The customs in different countries are rather different. If I have dinner with a Chinese host, he always puts more food onto my plates as soon as I have emptied it. That often discomforts me greatly. I have to eat the food even if I dont want to, because it is considered a bad manner in the west to leave ones food on the plate.

  • I have already noticed that when a Chinese sits an Americans dinner party, he very often refuses the offer of food or drink though he is in fact still hungry or thirsty. This might be a good manner in China, but it is not in the west at all. In the United States, it is impolite to keep asking someone to have something again and again. Americans have a direct way of speaking.

  • If they want something, they will ask for it.If not, they will say ,No, thanks. When an American is fed with beer by the host, for example, he might say, No, thanks. Ill take some diet, Pepsi-Cola if you have it That is what an American will do. So when you go to the United States, you had better remember the famous saying: When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

  • 1The hosts always put more food onto the guests plate as soon as the guests have emptied it.( )2They usually eat up all the food on the plate.( )4They keep asking someone to have something again and again. ( )3They refuse the offer of food or drink though they are in fact still hungry or thirsty.( )5If they want something, they will ask for it, If not, they will say, No, thanks. ( )CRead the passage, Please write C for (Chinese) and A for (American)

  • 1The hosts always put more food onto the guests? plate as soon as the guests have emptied it.( )2They usually eat up all the food on the plate.( )4They keep asking someone to have something again and again. ( )3They refuse the offer of food or drink though they are in fact still hungry or thirsty.( )5If they want something, they will ask for it, If not, they will say, No, thanks. ( )CReading the passage, Please write C for (Chinese) and A for (American)A

  • 1The hosts always put more food onto the guests? plate as soon as the guests have emptied it.( )2They usually eat up all the food on the plate.( )4They keep asking someone to have something again and again. ( )3They refuse the offer of food or drink though they are in fact still hungry or thirsty.( )5If they want something, they will ask for it, If not, they will say, No, thanks. ( )CReading the passage, Please write C for (Chinese) and A for (American)AC

  • 1The hosts always put more food onto the guests? plate as soon as the guests have emptied it.( )2They usually eat up all the food on the plate.( )4They keep asking someone to have something again and again. ( )3They refuse the offer of food or drink though they are in fact still hungry or thirsty.( )5If they want something, they will ask for it, If not, they will say, No, thanks. ( )CReading the passage, Please write C for (Chinese) and A for (American)ACC

  • 1The hosts always put more food onto the guests? plate as soon as the guests have emptied it.( )2They usually eat up all the food on the plate.( )4They keep asking someone to have something again and again. ( )3They refuse the offer of food or drink though they are in fact still hungry or thirsty.( )5If they want something, they will ask for it, If not, they will say, No, thanks. ( )CReading the passage, Please write C for (Chinese) and A for (American)ACCA

  • Do as the Romans Do The customs in different countries are rather different. If I have dinner with a Chinese host, he always puts more food onto my plates as soon as I have emptied it. That often discomforts me greatly. I have to eat the food even if I dont want to, because it is considered a bad manner in the west to leave ones food on the plate.

  • The customs in different countries are rather different. If I have dinner with a Chinese host, he always puts more food onto my plates as soon as I have emptied it. That often discomforts me greatly. I have to eat the food even if I dont want to, because it is considered a bad manner in the west to leave ones food on the plate. Do as the Romans Do

  • I have already noticed that when a Chinese sits an Americans dinner party, he very often refuses the offer of food or drink though he is in fact still hungry or thirsty. This might be a good manner in China, but it is not in the west at all. In the United States, it is impolite to keep asking someone to have something again and again. Americans have a direct way of speaking.

  • I have already noticed that when a Chinese sits an Americans dinner party, he very often refuses the offer of food or drink though he is in fact still hungry or thirsty. This might be a good manner in China, but it is not in the west at all. In the United States, it is impolite to keep asking someone to have something again and again. Americans have a direct way of speaking.

  • If they want something, they will ask for it.If not, they will say ,No, thanks. When an American is fed with beer by the host, for example, he might say, No, thanks. Ill take some diet, Pepsi-Cola if you have it That is what an American will do. So when you go to the United States, you had better remember the famous saying: When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

  • Your American friend John Brown invited you to visit his home this Sunday. When should you arrive, What are you suppose to bring? What should you do and what to talk about? Please write a passage. (about 80 words)

    When to arrivearrive on timeWhat to bringsnacks, flowers, favorite CDsHow to greetintroduce yourself, call his/her parents Mr / MrsWhat to do spend time with friends, talk about the study, play games

  • as soon as, not only but also , however, at the same time I should/Im supposed to Unit 12

  • Homework:1. Finish the composition.2.Recite the phrases and sentence patterns in Unit 12.

  • !

  • shake handsYou should shake hands with others with a smile. At the same time you shouldnt wear hats or gloves when you do this. Usually, the time of shaking hands shouldnt 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.

  • Language points be supposed to do be not supposed to do Every student is supposed to obey the school rules. Were not supposed to fight with our friends in the classroom.

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