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It’s polite to make noise while eating noodles. It’s rude to stick your chopsticks into your food. You shouldn’t point at anyone with your chopsticks. You aren’t supposed to eat or drink while walking down the street. Table manners( 餐桌礼仪 ) in Japan
Imagine you are Steve from 2b. Write an message to a friend about the table manners in Japan.
Here are some things you need to know about table manners when you visit Japan. First of all, you should make noise while eating noodles. It’s polite to do that. It’s very different from your country. Second, it’s rude to stick your chopsticks into your food. And you shouldn’t point at anyone with your chopsticks.
3b Here are some things you need to know about table manners when you visit Japan, First of all, you should remember: sometimes it’s polite to make noise when you’re eating,especially when you’re eating noodles. It shows that you like the food. Second, it’s rude to stick your chopsticks into your food. And you shouldn’t point at anyone with your chopsticks. Finally, this isn’t about table manners exactly, but you should know that it’s rude to eat or drink while walking down the street.
Which table manner do you think is the most strange in France?
In France It’s rude to say you’re full.It’s rude to say you’re full. It’s polite to put your bread on your plate.It’s polite to put your bread on your plate. It’s rude to eat fruit with your hands.It’s rude to eat fruit with your hands. It’s polite to say it’s delicious.It’s polite to say it’s delicious. It’s polite to put your hands in your lap.It’s polite to put your hands in your lap. It’s polite to put your elbows on the table.It’s polite to put your elbows on the table.
Table manners( 餐桌礼仪 ) in France
Read the and make a list of table manners in France! You aren’t supposed to …You are supposed to… put your bread on your plate. put it on the table. eat anything with your hands except bread. cut fruit up and eat it with a fork. say you are full. say “It was delicious.” put your hands in your lap. keep your hands on the table.
Section B, 3a Read through the passage in 3 minutes and tell T/ F. ( )1. The is from France about table manners ( )2. Wang Kun is an exchange student and she is back now. ( )3. She felt at home after she arrived in France. ( )4. It’s polite to put your bread on the table or eat it with your hands. T F T F
1.Why was Wang Kin nervous before she arrived in France? Her French was not very good. 2. Why did she have no reason to be nervous? Her host family was really nice.
3. How has her French improved? Her French has improved quickly, and she is very comfortable speaking French now.
5. What does she find surprising? The people there put the bread on the tables not on the plate. 4. What is one particular challenge she is facing? One particular challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner table.
3a3a Find the following phrases in your books Find the following phrases in your books 1. on one’s exchange program 2. be a bit nervous 3. go out of one’s way 4. feel at home 5. be comfortable doing sth 6. behave at the dinner table 7. put sth swh 8. be /get used to sth /doing sth. 10. in one’s lap /on… 9. cut up 11. have a good school year 在交流学习生活中 有点紧张 做出特别的努力 随便，自由自在 做某事轻松自如 在餐桌上的举止 把某物放在某处 习惯于 切碎，切开 在大腿上，怀里 新学年过得愉快
12. arrive in /at… 到达 13. give compliments 称赞 14. make appointments 约会 15. make a toast ( at dinner ) （席间）敬酒 16. offer tea 敬茶 get to ( a place ) reach ( a place )
be get used to + 宾语 “ 习惯于 …” used to + (do) 动词原形 “ 过去常常做 …” I thought that was pretty strange at first. But now I’m used to it. 起初我认为那很奇怪，可现在我已习惯了。 I found it difficult to remember everything, but I’m gradually getting used to things. 我觉得记住所有的礼节太难了，但我正逐渐适应。 I wasn’t used to such cold and windy weather. The building used to be a hotel. Did you use to see each other ?
I’m getting used to the cold weather. 我开始习惯寒冷的天气。 She gets used to driving a small car. 她习惯开一辆小车。 He will get used to getting up early. 他将习惯于早起。
find + adj ( 形容词做宾补） sb sth 1. I find the city very beautiful. 2. We found it difficult to learn English well. 形式宾语真正的宾语 3. The teacher found the boy much taller. 4. They found it convenient to take the subway. 5. I find it not easy to give up smoking. 6. Do you think it necessary to talk with his mom ? 7. He thinks it possible to finish the work on time. 8. I found it educational to visit the museum. 9. He found it hard to get along well with the girl. 10. We found it expensive to buy things there.
( ) 1. What makes you ? A. feel so worried B. to feel so worried C. feeling so worried D. so worry ( ) 2. I get up very late. But now I getting up early. A. used to; am used to B. used to; used to C. am used to; used to D. am used to; am used to ( ) 3. He found very difficult to speak in public. A. it B. this is C. that is D. it is A A A
difficulties 1. It’s even better than I thought it would be. 事情比我想象的要好得多。 2. They go out of their way to make me feel at home. 他们花尽心血让我感觉不到拘束。 3. I’m very comfortable speaking French now. 我现在讲法语很流畅、自如。 4. Although I still make lots of mistakes, it doesn’t bother me like it used to. 尽管我经常出 一些错，但它不像过去那样打扰我。 5. I thought that was pretty strange at first, but now I’m used to it. 开始，我想那是太奇怪了， 但是现在我已经习惯了。
When you eat in a western restaurant, you’re supposed to…, but you’re not…. You should…, but you shouldn’t…. It’s polite to…, but it’s rude to…. eat fruit with a forkeat it with your hands put bread on the tableput it on the plate put hands on the tableput them in your lap say, “It’s delicious.”say, “I’m full.” Chinese table manners
Writing Table Manners in China
Write an message telling someone from another country about the table manners in China.
Dear John, Thanks for your message. Now I tell you some things you need to know about table manners when you are in China. Firstly, you’re supposed to eat with chopsticks. It’s rude to eat with your hands.
Secondly, you shouldn’t make noise while eating. It’s not polite to do that. Lastly, you shouldn’t point at anyone with your chopsticks. I believe you’ll get used to these table manners, I’ll write again. Hoping you’re having a great time in China.
4 Tell us whether you agree or not : 1. While eating meals with other people, it’s OK to talk. But you aren’t supposed to make too much noise. 2. While making appointments, it doesn’t matter if you arrive a bit late. You are supposed to be relaxed about time. 3. While giving compliments, you’re supposed to think of proper words to praise and encourage people to do better.
4. While offering tea, you’re supposed to bow and use both of your hands. 5. While introduce other people, you are sup- posed to kiss without any words. 6. While speaking to older people, you should try to make your language more polite. Remember to be ready to help them out. 7. While making a toast at dinner, you are sup- posed to say something good to cheer them up.
1.Fill in the each blank with the correct word given. arrive meet spend behave imagine 1.People in Japan and America _______ differently at the dinner table. 2.You can ________ how different the table manners here are from ours. 3.In Singapore, the trains always ________ on time. They are never late. 4.On Chinese New Year, people like to _______ time with their families. 5.I usually _________ my friends in the library on Friday nights. behave imagine arrive spend meet
Can you make your own sentences with the words ? arrive meet spend behave imagine
1.When you’re invited to dinner,you should arrive on time. 2.When you meet someone for the first time, you’re supposed to shake hands. 3.We should spend much time learning English. 4.The children don’t know how to behave. 5.I can’t imagine what he is doing.
3 Down 1.Japanese and Korean do this when they meet people. 2.Americans do this with their hands when they meet people. 3.Brazilian do this in Brazil when they meet. Across 4.You eat with these in Japan, Korea, and China. 5.You cut your food with this in the United States. bow shake kiss chopsticks knife
2.Read about Fan Ling’s experience in a western restaurant. When I first ate in western restaurant. I didn’t know what I was supposed to do. Everything was unfamiliar. I was used to eating with chopsticks and a spoon, but I had to eat with a knife, a fork and a spoon. And I had not just one set to use,but two or three of each.Questions crowded my mind. be used to doing something Unfamiliar---familiar
Was I supposed to begin with the largest ones or the smallest ? Was I supposed to start at the outside and work in or the inside and work out ? Was I supposed to hold the spoon in my left hand or my right hand ? What I finally decided to do was ………
self check 2 The phrases : be unfamiliar just one set to use begin with work in ( out ) hold …in one’s left hand crowd sth 陌生，不熟悉 只用一套 用 … 开始 往里用 （往外用） 左手拿 … 挤满了某处 The swimmer crowded the beaches. The beaches were crowded by the swimmers. We often crowd around the table,eating meals.
My idea : How to solve the problem The story can go on like this :What I finally decided to do was to ask the waitress for help. I told the waitress about my embarrassment and asked her for help. Soon I learned the way. I think Fan’ d better ask the waiter / waitress for help or just learn by watching how others behave.
Make some sentences about what you are supposed to do and you are not supposed to do. I’m supposed to do… I’m not supposed to do.. I should do … I should not do… be allowed to do… be not allowed to do… can/ can’t/could/couldn’t do..
We are supposed to…/We are not supposed to We should / shouldn’t… It’s polite/ rude to… We are allowed to…We aren’t allowed to… We can/ could/ can’t/ couldn’t smoke do our homework get our ears pierced speak loudly be polite to… clean up stay up drive a car wash the dishes bring snacks to the classroom choose our own clothes make the bed by ourselves run in the hallways be late for school
Your pen pal is going to visit you from France. Please write a small article to tell him/ her about things he/ she is supposed to do. You can use: 1.be supposed to do… 2.It’s polite to… 3.It’s rude to… 4.It’s impolite to… 5....should… get used to doing make noise while… point at…with… make plan to… find it +adj. get out of ways to…
sample Tim, welcome to our school. Here is something I want to tell you. First, if you meet a teacher on your way to school, it’s polite to stop to bow and say “Good morning” to him/ her. Second, our school has got out lots of activities to make you feel at home. You’d better make a plan with your friends and decide what to do because you are supposed to finish homework every day. If you’d like to visit a Chinese family, being there on time is very important. At last of the day, we’ll have a party with the home-stay families. You’re not supposed to give gifts to them, but you should show your thanks. We’re looking forward to meeting you in Beijing. I’m sure you’ll have a great here.