3 Spontaneous Language Use TeacherGood morning! I’m Miss Kwok. How are you?StudentXGood morning! I’m Tom.Good morning, Miss Kwok. I’m fine, thank you.Listen to the teacher carefully.Remember the teacher’s name and answer him / her correctly.
4 Spontaneous Language Use TeacherWhat’s your name? (in a very soft voice)StudentXI don’t know.I’m sorry. I can’t hear you.Tell the teacher politely if you cannot hear him / her. You can also say ‘Pardon?’ or ‘Sorry, could you repeat the question?’
5 Spontaneous Language Use TeacherCan you write your name on this paper? Here’s a pen.XMy name is Peter Chan.StudentSure. Thank you.StudentListen carefully to what the teacher asks you to do. For example, write down your name if the teacher asks you to do so.
7 Reading Aloud Read the text fluently and clearly Christmas is coming and we are happy.Mum and Dad say good childrencan have a big Christmas present.“I’m a good child.Can I have one?” I ask.“No,” Mum says,“you break two bowls today!”Read the text fluently and clearlyTry not to make pronunciation mistakes
9 Experience Sharing Have you had a Christmas party before? TeacherHave you had a Christmas party before?Yes, I have had a Christmas party at school with my classmates before. I like Christmas parties.StudentNo, I usually go travelling with my family during the Christmas holidays.
10 Experience Sharing What do you usually do at your Christmas party? TeacherWhat do you usually do at your Christmas party?I usually play games with my classmates. We eat at the party too. Our mothers cook the food for us. I give presents and Christmas cards to my classmates.Student
11 Experience SharingTeacherWhat other things do you do during the Christmas holidays?I go shopping with my family. I play ball games with my classmates. I read books too. I have tests after the Christmas holidays.Student
12 Experience Sharing Do you like Christmas? Why or why not? TeacherDo you like Christmas? Why or why not?Yes, I do. I am very happy during the Christmas holidays. I can play with my family and my friends at Christmas.StudentNo, I don’t. It is usually cold at Christmas. I don’t like cold weather.
13 Experience Sharing 1. Do not give ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ answers only. Try to give related details.You can get higher marks if youspeak more.2. Do not be afraid of makinggrammatical mistakes.Marks will not be deductedif the teacher canunderstand you.