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Period 2 Section A—3a~4
Period 2 Section A: 3a—4 课型：读－写课 本节课教学目标： Learn some different rules in Colombia and Switzerland. Learn to write a passage about the differences of receiving gifts in different countries. Target language: 1. You are supposed to do your homework on tome. 2. You are supposed to make plans with friends. 3. You’re not supposed to drop by your friends’ homes.
Attitude towards … In Maria’s country BUTBUT In America Time She’s supposed to arrive late. They’re supposed to arrive on time. Greeting She’s supposed to kiss the person when they meet for the first time. They’re supposed to shake hands when they meet. Dressin g She’s supposed to wear a suit of fancy dress for the party. They’re supposed to wear a T-shirt and jeans for a barbecue. So: You should ask what you are supposed to do before you take part in the activities in different countries to avoid these mistakes, and as teenagers we should learn more different cultures to open and widen our eyes. Say something about the differences between Maria’s country and America. Lead-in:
Attitude towards In Colombia BUTBUT In Switzerland being on time visiting a friend’s house making plans with friends Section A-3a They’re pretty relaxed about time. It’s OK if you’re not on time. It’s important to be on time. If you’re late, friends may get angry. They often just drop by their friends’ homes. They never visit a friend’s house without calling first. They don’t have to make plans when they get together with friends. They usually make plans to meet friends. They usually plan to do something. Read the passage and fill in the blanks.
1. Is it OK if people in Colombia arrive a bit late for a friend’s dinner? 2. Who are pretty relaxed about time, Colombians or Swiss people? 3. Colombians usually make plans to meet friends, don’t they ? 4. What are you supposed to do if you want to visit your friends in Switzerland? 5. What do people in Switzerland think of time? 中考题型专练 Section A-3a Answer the questions according to the passages in 3a. Yes. Colombians. No. I am supposed to make plans. They think it’s very important to be on time.
1.Pei loves animals and plans to study to be … 2.Where do you plan to spend your vacation? 3.Don’t plan on driving a car in Singapore. 4.We usually make plans to see friends. plan to do / plan on doing / make a plan/plans to do 计划做 …… Language learning:
3b Pairwork A: What kinds of rules do they have in Colombia? B: Well, they have pretty relaxed rules. A: Like what? B: Well, it’s OK if you’re not on time. Language learning: pretty relaxed rules 相当宽松的规章制度
Attitude Contents are supposed to do aren’t supposed to do greeting teachers doing homework phoning someone visiting someone’s place making plans with friends being on time giving gifts Section A-4
Do the exercises: 1. 花时间和家人和朋友在一起对我们来说很重要。 _______________ with family and friends __________________________. 2. 我们经常顺路拜访我们的朋友。 We often just _____________our friends’ home. 3. 如果有人邀请你 4 点见面，你应该在 4 点到那里。 If someone___________________________ at 4:00, you have to to be there at 4 ： 00. 4. 在哥伦比亚人们有什么规则么？他们有相当宽松的规则。 ---What _______ _______ ______do they have in Colombia ？ ---They have ________ ________ rules. 5. 我们经常在城镇中心逛，尽可能多的看望我们的朋友。 Often we just ______________________________, seeing __________________________________. as many of our friends as we can Spending time is very important to us drop by invites you to meet them kindsofrules pretty relaxed walk around the town center
Fun time: What’s wrong with Zhang? A: Did you have a good time at Zhang’s birthday party? B: Oh, yes. But I was a bit hurt about the way they treated my present. I gave Zhang the latest tapes from the U.K. as a birthday present when I got inside the door and what do you think happened? A: What? B: Nothing. They only said thank you, but then just put them away in a corner. I really didn’t know why. Didn’t they like them? A: Oh, That’s misunderstanding. In the west, it’s regarded as polite to open gifts as soon as they are given to express appreciation. But in China, if you did that, you might be thought greedy ( 贪婪的 ). So Chinese people tend to open the gifts after the visitors have left.
Homework 1. Recite the two passages. 2. Write a passage about the differences of receiving gifts in different countries.