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  1. Warming-up こんにちは /ko n ni ti wa/

  2. Warming-up 안녕하세요/an nyeng ha xie yo /

  3. Warming-up Guten Tag/gu ten ta k/

  4. Warming-up สวัสดีครับ、สวัสดีค่ะ/sa wat dee krap /

  5. Warming-up  What are we going to learn today?

  6. Module 11 Body Language

  7. Unit 1 Module 11 They touch noses!

  8. Objectives Objectives Key vocabulary: bow, kiss, shake, smile, visitor, nod, head, hug, each, touch,nose Key phrases: meet visitors, nod sb’s head, shake hands, touch noses

  9. Objectives Key structure: How do I do that? That’s because … I didn’t know that.

  10. Lead in Thinking How to use body language?

  11. Lead in bye-bye clap hands stop nod come in, please. well-done

  12. Lead in Challenge yourself Do you know how many body languages to show politeness? 表达礼貌

  13. Lead in shake hands hug bow body languages to show politeness kiss smile Touch noses wave the hand

  14. check your memory Lead in ? ? ? body languages to show politeness ? ? ? ?

  15. Lead in Let's get to know some countries!

  16. Lead in She is aChinese. China They are Chinese.

  17. Lead in Japan She is a Japanese. They are Japanese.

  18. Lead in He is an American. America They are Americans.

  19. He is a Russian. Lead in Russia They are Russians.

  20. Australia She is an Australian. They are Australians.

  21. Country—— countries / nationality China Chinese Chinese Britain France British French/Frenchman Frenchmen America American Americans

  22. Japan Japanese Japanese India Indian-- Indians Russia Russian Russians New Zealand Germany German Germans New Zealander

  23. Lead in We know People from different countries have different ways of body languages to greet each other. Look at the following pictures.

  24. In China Chinese Shake hands and smile sometimes nod our heads

  25. In Russia Russian Kiss three times, left, right, left

  26. In US American Shake hands and some kiss or hug each other

  27. In India Indian Put their hands together and nod their heads

  28. In New Zealand Maori People Touch noses

  29. In Japan Japanese bow

  30. Lead in Guessing Game Two students act different body languages to greet each other in different countries according to the paper, and other students must guess which country it is. 请两位同学根据卡片上的内容表演不同国家的不同问候方式,其他同学请猜出是哪个国家。

  31. Activity1 Match the pictures with the words and expression. bow kiss shake hands smile

  32. Activity 2 Listen and match the pictures with the nationality. British French German Japanese Russian bow kiss shake hands smile

  33. Listen and check nationalities(国家) that are mentioned in the recording Russian Chinese Japanese American French British German Indian

  34. Presentation Listen and answer. 1. Who will come to Lingling’s school? Some Russian teachers. 2. What will Maori people do when they meet? They will touch noses.

  35. Presentation 3. listen and read Everyday English What! Ididn’t know that. Watch the video and check the true sentences

  36. Read and check the true sentences Russian F • Some Japanese teachers will visit Lingling’s school. 2. Lingling knows Russian people usually kiss each other when they meet. 3.People in different countries do different things when they meet. doesn’t know F T

  37. Summary What can you learn from this conversation? • Body language is very important in our daily life, and people do different things in different countries. When we are visiting other countries, we should follow their customs. That is to say, _________________________. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. 入乡随俗

  38. Homework Homework Make a dialogue in pairs when you meet a foreigner.

  39. Presentation 3 Then listen and read. Lingling: We’re going to have some Russian teachers at school tomorrow, and I’m welcoming the visitors. How do I do that? Betty: Lingling. you know, in Russia, people usually kiss three times, left, right, left.

  40. Presentation Lingling: What! No, I didn’t know that. We Chinese often shake hands and smile when we meet visitors, and sometimes we nod our heads. But we never kiss. Only parents and children do that. Betty: That’s because people do different things in different countries.

  41. Presentation Lingling: So what do people in the US usually do when they meet? Betty: In the US some people shake hands, and some kiss or hug each other. In India people put their hands together and nod their heads. And do you know what Maori people in New Zealand do when they meet?

  42. Presentation Lingling: No. What do they do? Betty: They touch noses!

  43. Now complete the table with the correct form of the words from the box. India kiss Russia together touch visitor kiss together India visitors Russia touch

  44. Presentation 4. Listen and repeat. / tʃ / Chinese each French teacher touch /ʃ / Britishshake /pl people /frFrench /br/ British

  45. Presentation Pair work 5. Work in groups. Talk about what you do and say when you meet: • your teacher • your head teacher • your parents after school

  46. Presentation • your best friend • your best friend’s parents • your favourite film star • a visitor to your school • an American • a Russian

  47. Presentation — What do you do and say when you meet your teacher in the morning? — I smile and say good morning.

  48. Presentation — What do you do and say when you meet a Russian? — I smile, say hello and kiss each other three times.

  49. Presentation — What do you do and say when you meet your parents after school? — Kiss and hug each other.

  50. Consolidation Language points 1. in Russia, people usually kiss three times. “times” 在这里表示次数, three times 表示 “三次” 在英文中, 一次, once 两次, twice 三次以上都用“times” 如: My mother goes shopping once a week. 我妈妈每周购物一次。