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Unit 9 Stay in Touch ——Listening and Speaking. How do they stay in touch with friends? send text messages write letters send e-mails make phone calls.

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1 Unit 9 Stay in Touch ——Listening and Speaking

2 How do they stay in touch with friends? send text messages write letters send s make phone calls chat online talk face to face While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

3 Which one is the least/most used way of communication? send text messageswrite letters send s make phone callschat online talk face to face While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

4 Lily Billy Lily chose to______________________ □ leave a message □ call later □ say nothing and hang uphang up While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

5 Lily Billy Lily chose to______________________ □ leave a message □ call later □ say nothing and hang uphang up √ Billy: Would you like me to give her a message? Lily: Yes, that would be great. While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

6 Hang up your cell-phones when you are driving. While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

7 1. Read after the audio sentence by sentence. 2. Read in group. Boys are for Billy, girls for Lily. 3. Language in Use: (1) right now (2) call back (3) notenote = at the moment I called you yesterday. But you were not in. Please call me back when you return. While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

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9 ① This is Lily ② Do you know when she’ll be back? ③ Is Rose there? ④ Shall I have him call you back? ⑤ Would you like to leave a message? Yes, that would be great. This is Billy Speaking. I’m sorry, Rose isn’t in right now. Yes, that would be great. Please tell her if she can go out for dinner tonight. I’m not quite sure. Make them in order. _______→ _______→ _______→ _______→ _______ ① ②③ ④⑤ While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

10 IntroductionThis is…. Ask for Someone Is …there? May I speak to… Who’s that speaking, please? Step 3 Message May I leave a message? Would you like me to give a message? Could you take a message for me? This is…speaking. Hold on, please. I’m sorry, …is not in right now answer While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

11 Jack: Hello! _________________. Rose: _________________________. Jack:___________________? Rose: I’m quite sorry. ____________________. Jack: When ___________________? Rose: I’m not sure. __________________________________________________ ______________________________________________? Jack: Yes, that would be great. Please tell him that___________________________________________. Rose: Ok.__________________________? Jack. Yes, please. I really thank you. Rose: ________________. Bye! Rose Jack Jack is calling Billy, and his sister, Rose, answers the phone. This is Jack Hello. This is Rose speaking May I speak to Billy He is not in right now will he come back Would you like to give her a message / Could you take a message for me, please Shall I have him call you back You are welcome While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

12 Do you know the ways of getting in touch? While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening making phone calls

13 Do you know the ways of getting in touch? While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening sending text messages

14 Do you know the ways of getting in touch? While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening talking face to face

15 Do you know the ways of getting in touch? While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening chatting online

16 Do you know the ways of getting in touch? While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening mailing cards and letters

17 Frank and Helen meet in the street. Listen to the conversation and tick the ways they have tried to get in touch. □ Chatting online □ Talking face to face □ Sending text messages □ Making phone calls □ Mailing cards and letters While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

18 Frank and Helen meet in the street. Listen to the conversation and tick the ways they have tried to get in touch. □ Chatting online □ Talking face to face □ Sending text messages □ Making phone calls □ Mailing cards and letters √ While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

19 Listen again and tick true or false. □ Frank and Helen haven’t seen each other for 12 months. □ They sent New Year cards to each other. □ Helen prefers writing letters to making calls. □ Frank lost Helen’s phone number. □ They will keep in touch by sending s and making phone calls. While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening F F F T T

20 Please collect the information about your classmates and complete the table in the textbook. What’s your address?/Your address, please? What’s your phone number?/Your phone number, please? Do you have any other ways to contact?... While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening

21 1. Copy the words and expressions in the L&S part on P Recite the model dialogue. 3. Find a map of Africa and point Nairobi in Kenya in a group of four. 4. Do a survey and finish the form. While-listening Warm-up Homework Post-listening Pre-listening


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