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Lesson Twelve: Packing

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  1. Lesson Twelve: Packing

  2. Leading in Are they attractive? Are they strong enough to stand rough handling in transit?

  3. Listening inner adj. [′inə]packing n. [′pækiŋ] wrap vt. [ræp]polythene n. [′pɔliθi:n] cover n. [′kʌvə]customer n. [′kʌstəmə] appearance n. [ə′piərəns]sale n. [seil] appeal to [ə′pi:l]wrapping n. [′ræpiŋ] attractive adj. [ə′træktiv] received adj. [ri′si:vd] Europe n. [′juərəp]

  4. Dialogue A After listening, complete the blanks according to what you hear: A: Let's start to talk about the _______ packing. B: Well. Can you tell me your _______ about the packing? A: Our shirts are usually ___ _____ in paper boxes with polythene ____ ____. Every customer can see their appearance when they are on ________. B: Will those wrappings _ _______to the customers? A: Yes. They are ____ _____and they are _________received in Europe. B: Then pack them as you usually do. A: OK. inner idea wrapped covers sale appeal attractive well

  5. Dialogue B outer adj. ['autə]carton n. ['kɑ:tən] corrugated adj. ['kɔruɡeitid] cardboard adj. ['kɑ:dbɔ:d] wooden adj. ['wudn]case n. [keis] instead adv. [in'sted]necessary adj. ['nesisəri] strong adj. [strɔŋ] transportation n. [trænspɔ:'teiʃən] complaint n. [kəm'pleint] agree vi. [ə'ɡri:]

  6. After listening, please decide whether the statements are true(T) or false(F): ()1. Each carton contains three dozen. ( ) 2. The shirts will be packed in wooden cases. ( ) 3. The buyer is afraid the cartons are not strong enough. ( ) 4. The seller hasn’t had any complaint from the clients. ( ) 5. The buyer doesn’t agree to the seller’s packing method F F T T F

  7. Speaking (A) Inner Packing A: Let’s start to talk about the inner packing. B: Well. Can you tell me your idea about the packing? A: Our shirts are usually wrapped in paper boxes with polythene covers. Every customer can see their appearance when they are on sale. B: Will those wrappings appeal to the customers? A: Yes. They are attractive and they are well received in Europe. B: Then pack them as you usually do. A: OK.

  8. Speaking (B) Outer Packing A: As to the outer packing, the shirts will be packed in cartons, each containing two dozen. B: Cartons? A: Yes, corrugated cardboard cartons. B: Could you use wooden cases instead? A: Why use wooden cases? It's not necessary at all. B: I'm afraid the cartons are not strong enough for long transportation. A: Don't worry about that. We always do that for our export shirts. And we have never had any complaints from our clients. B: I see. I agree to your packing method.

  9. Remember the phrases and try to make sentences using the phrases given on the screen. (1) inner packing (2) polythene covers (3) be on sale. (4) appeal to the customers (5) be well received (6) outer packing (7)corrugated cardboard cartons (8) wooden cases (9) long transportation (10) packing method

  10. PERFORMANCE Pair work: Make dialogues Group work: prepare a performance, some act out the dialogues before the class(if time permits)

  11. Summarizing Key sentences: (1) Our shirts are usually wrapped in paper boxes with polythene covers. (2) Will those wrappings appeal to the customers? (3) They are attractive and they are well received in Europe. (4) As to the outer packing, the shirts will be packed in cartons, each containing two dozen. (5) I'm afraid the cartons are not strong enough for long transportation. (6) we have never had any complaints from our clients.

  12. Homework Recite the two dialogues. Preview the part of notes. Make up a new dialogue with your group member and prepare a performance.

  13. Thank you!