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To receive a good mark today, you should: Be attentive; Be active; Listen to my classmates; Listen to the teacher; Answer different questions; Review some words; Review some grammar rules; Read a lot.
Look at the screen! The topic of our lesson is…
The topic of our lesson is…
Choose the best title: 1. Forks and fingers; 2. An English traveller; 3. Table manners.
It`s time to have a rest. Let`s do exercises together!
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Warming up What should you do before you go to the table? I should wash my hands. What should you do before you start eating? I should put a napkin on my lap. Prezentacii.com
Is anything wrong in this picture? Yes. He is not using a knife
Is anything wrong in this picture? Yes, his elbows are not close to his sides.
What is wrong in this picture? He is not sitting straight.
Is anything wrong in this picture? Yes. He is holding a knife in his left hand. He didn’t put a napkin on his lap.
Is anything wrong in this picture? No, everything is OK.
What is wrong in this picture? The boy is eating from his friend’s plate.
You should write down what we must and mustn’t do at the table 1.We ………… speak with our mouth full. 2.We ………… put the table napkin on our knees. 3.We ………… reach (тянуться) across for the salt. 4.We ………… use the fork and knife properly( правильно). 5.We ………… put our elbows on the table. 6.We ………… wave (махать) the knife or fork in the air. 7.We ………… eat noiselessly (бесшумно). 8.We ………… wash our hands before we eat. mustn’t mustn’t mustn’t mustn’t must must must must
The text is about… There are some table manners in the text:… I can name other table manners. They are:… Complete the sentences with your own words:
YOU SHOULDN’T YOU SHOULD Lick your fingers Put your elbows on the table Talk with your mouth full Throw bones on the floor Say thank you when you finish your meal Use your knife and fork, or spoon Sit up straight Wipe your fingers on the tablecloth REMEMBER!
What have you done at the lesson? At the lesson I have … learnt about the fork; revised the words; revised grammar; learnt about table manners; listened to the others; worked with pictures; spoken about the topic.
Manners make the man