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Table Manners. The aim of the lesson: 1) Educational: to enlarge students’ knowledge about the good manners, to introduce new lexical “the containers”, to revise grammar theme “ modal verbs : must, have to, should” 2) Developmental: to develop students’ ability to speak grammatically right, to develop their interest to the subject, to develop their mind and memory. 3) Bringing-up: to teach students good table manners, to treat each other properly, to respect other cultures.
1.Revision of previous lessons What is the Active Voice? What is the Passive Voice? What is the Reflexive Pronouns?
A sentence generally begins with the performer of the action then the verb, then the object or person that the action is performed on. This is called Active sentence Egs: Carol bought a book. If we begin the sentence with the object or person that the action is performed on, we formulate a Passive Voice. Egs: The book was bought by Carol. When the Subject and Object in a sentence refer to the same person or thing we use a Reflexive
2.Homework Exercise 4. 1)They may close the office. 2) He offered Bob an interesting job. 3)Pavoritti sang the song. 4)They pay doctors a lot of money. 5)They will interview me for the job. 6)Someone is washing the apples. 7)Dad was repairing my bicycle. 8)They haven’t used the car.
Check yourself! 1) The office may be closed. 2) An interesting job was offered to Bob. 3) The song was sung by Pavoritti. 4) A lot of money is paid to doctors. 5) I will be interviewed by them. 6) The apples are being washed by someone. 7) My bicycle was being repaired by Dad. 8) The car hasn’t been used for ages.
Exercise 10. Answer the questions. 1) Who cut your hair for you? 2) Who told you Linda was getting married? 3) Does Mr. Thomas have a secretary to type this letters? 4) Do you want me to post that letter for you? 5) Can you clean the windows for me?
Check yourself! 1) Who cut your hair for you? Nobody. I cut it myself. 2) Who told you Linda was getting married? Linda told it herself. 3) Does Mr. Thomas have a secretary to type this letters? No, he types his letters himself. 4) Do you want me to post that letter for you? No, I’ll post it myself 5) Can you clean the windows for me? Why don’t you do it yourself
3.The main part of the lesson 1) Brainstorming. People sometimes say to me Tell me what do you want to be? I usually answer, I don’t know, But it isn’t really so. I want to win an Olympic race I want to see the Earth from space I want to travel to Timbuktu, I want to be rich and famous too. I want to star on Hollywood’s screen I want to invent a new machine I want to be very clever and wise I want to win the Noble prize. But most of all I want to be Healthy and strong and happy!
What is the main idea of this poem? To be healthy is not only to keep fit and do the sports. It also means to treat each other properly to respect people around us to behave correctly whatever we are.
Talking about the table manners with students Table manners are even older than tables. The first rules appeared 9000 years ago But the first book of manners was published in 1530 The name of its author was Eramus Nowadays people know a lot of different rules , however we often forget them (especially in our school canteen)
Say how table manners used to be different from now. 1.Children used to stand behind the adults 2.People used to eat from big pots 3.Some people used to blow their noses or spit at the table 4. In the past people eat with their fingers. 5. Some people used to lick the fingers, not to wipe them on the tablecloth. 1.Nowadays children are allowed to sit at the table together with adults. 2.People eat from plates. 3.Nobody is allowed to do it. 4.We use a knife, fork or spoon. 5.All people wipe fingers on the tablecloth.
Vocabulary work Correct way [kәrekt wei] дұрыс жол Stirring [stiriң] былғау Lap [lәp] тізе Nowhere [nou ‘weә] еш жерде Impolite [impә ‘lait] әдепсіз Delicious [di’liSәs] өте дәмді Habit [ hәbit] әдет Towards [tә’ wo:ds] бағыт, бағдар Elbow [‘elbәu] шынтақ Impressions [im’ preSn] әсер қалдыру Hostess [‘houstis] үй иесі Another [әn’ Aзә] басқасы Across [ә’кros] қиылысқан, бір заттың үтінен өтіп Napkin [nәp kin] сүрткіш орамал (салфетка) .
remember ten table manner tips ! Sit straight in your chair Talk about pleasant things Place your napkin on your lap Wait until everyone is seated before starting to eat Watch others, or ask if you’re not sure how to eat something Ask someone to pass the food, rather than reach across the table Chew with your mouth closed Don’t talk with your mouth full Use a knife and fork to cut your meat
Say “excuse me” or “I’m sorry” if you burp Say “no thank you” if you don’t want a certain dish or are full Say “may I please be excused” before leaving the table
Exercise 2. P.85. Match the questions with the answers. 1) What is the correct way to sit at the table? 2) Do you use your knife or your fork to take a slice of bread from the table? 3) How do you cut your meat? 4) What do you do with the spoon after stirring your tea? 5) What do you say if you like the dish very much? 6) What do you say if you dislike dish? 7) Where do you keep your book or newspaper during a meal, on the table or on your lap? A) Nowhere near the table. Reading at meals is a bad habit and impolite towards others. B) It tastes really fine. It was really delicious. C) Sit straight and close to the table. Don’t put your elbows on the table D) Nothing. Keep your impressions to yourself, its impolite towards the hostess. E) Neither. Your hand is quite correct to get a slice of bread for yourself F) It is wrong first to cut all the meat on your plate in small pieces and then eat it. Cut off a slice, eat it and then cut another slice. G) Don’t leave the spoon in your glass while drinking. Put it on your saucer
Check yourself! 1-C 2-E 3-F 4-G 5-B 6-D 7-A
4.Modal verbs must, have to, should. must міндет, қажеттілік have to міндет, қажеттілік should ақыл, кеңес бергенде
4.Modal verbs must, have to, should. Must Қолданылуы: Істелетін істің қажеттілігін, міндеттілігін көрсеткенде; She must do it He must see a doctor You must respect your parents Болымсыз түрі белгілі бір әрекеттің істеуге болмайтындығын айтқанда; You mustn’t go there. Сұраулы формасы: Must I learn it by heart?
Have to істелетін істің қажеттілігін, міндеттілігін көрсету үшін; I have to finish my book this month. It is necessary for me. Болымсыз түрі қажеттіліктің жоқтығын айтқанда қолданылады Some people iron their socks, but you don’t have to. It’s waste of time
Should пайдалы ақыл кеңес бергенде қолданылады; You should give up smoking You shouldn’t sit in front of the television.
You have to apologize. You must apologize
Let’s have a rest
3.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 in our knees. 3) We ........reach across for the salt. 4) We ...... use the fork and knife properly 5) We....... put our elbows on the table 6) We...... wave the knife or fork in the air 7) We......eat noiselessly 8) We...... wash our hands before we eat
Check yourself! 1) We mustn’t speak with our mouth full. 2) We must put the table napkin in our knees. 3) We mustn’t reach across for the salt. 4) We must use the fork and knife properly 5) We mustn’t put our elbows on the table 6) We mustn’t wave the knife or fork in the air 7) We must eat noiselessly 8) We must wash our hands before we eat.
What should/shouldn’t we do at the table Lick your fingers Say thank you when you finish your meal Use your knife and fork or spoon Put your elbows on the table Sit up straight Talk with your mouth full Throw bones on the floor Wipe your fingers on the tablecloth
You should Say thank you when you finish your meal Use your knife and fork or spoon Sit up straight Wipe your fingers on the tablecloth
You shouldn’t Lick your fingers Put your elbows on the table Talk with your mouth full Throw bones on the floor
5.Let’s make a dialogue
7.Hometask 1) To write, how do we keep table manners at home Exercise 4. to retell Exercises 2,3. P197
The lesson is over. Thank you. Good bye!