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英语课件. 新目标 九年级 Unit 12. Unit 12 You’re supposed to shake hands. Self check. Selfcheck. arrive meet spend behave imagine. People in Japan and America ______ differently at the dinner table. 2.You can _______ how different the table manners here are from ours.

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英语课件

新目标 九年级

Unit 12


Unit 12

You’re supposed to shake hands.

Self check


Selfcheck

arrive meet spend behave imagine

  • 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.

behave

imagine

arrive


4. On Chinese New Year, people like to _____ time with their families.

5. I usually ____ my friends in the library on Friday nights.

spend

meet


Writing table manners in china

Writing families.

Table Manners in China


Talking about eating habit, unlike the West, where everyone has their own plate of food, in China the dishes are placed on the table and everybody shares.


Chinese are very proud of their culture of cuisine and will do their best to show their hospitality

Chinese are very proud of their culture of cuisine and will do their best to show their hospitality.


And sometimes the host will serve some dishes with his or her own chopsticks to guests to show his or her hospitality. This is a sign of politeness. The appropriate thing to

do would be to eat the

whatever-it-is and

say how yummy it is.


If you feel uncomfortable with this, you can just say a polite "thank you" and leave the food there. There some other rules that are suggested you follow to make your stay in China happier, though you will be forgiven if you have no idea of what they are.


1. Never stick your chopsticks upright in the rice bowl, lay them on your dish instead. Otherwise, it is deemed extremely impolite to the host and seniors present. The reason for this is that when somebody

dies, the shrine to them

contains a bowl of sand


or rice with two sticks of incense stuck upright in it. So if you stick your chopsticks in the rice bowl, it looks like the shrine and is equivalent to wishing death upon a person at the table.


2. Make sure the spout of the teapot is not facing anyone. It is impolite to set the teapot down where the spout is facing towards somebody. The spout should always be directed

to where nobody is sitting,

usually just outward from

the table.


3. Don't tap on your bowl with your chopsticks, since that will be deemed insult to the host or the chef. Beggars tap on their bowls, and also, when the food is coming too slow in a restaurant, people will tap their bowls. If

you are in someone's

home, it is like insulting

the host or the cook.


4. Never try to turn a fish over and debone it yourself, since the separation of the fish skeleton from the lower half of the flesh will usually be performed by the host or a waiter. Superstitious people deem bad luck will ensue and a fishing boat will capsize if you do so.


This is especially true to southerners in China (to be specific, such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.), since, traditionally, southerners are the fishing population.


meaning specific, such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.), since, traditionally, southerners are the fishing population.

e-mail English

is a new kind of written English that is being used to save time.


Can you write an example of each on your own? specific, such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.), since, traditionally, southerners are the fishing population.


How R U? specific, such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.), since, traditionally, southerners are the fishing population.How are you?

CU See you!

BTW By the way.

CUL8r See you later!

BRB

CU2morrow

ASAP

I’ll be right back.

See you tomorrow!

as soon as possible

Please write more expressions like the ones above!


1. seek sb/sth specific, such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.), since, traditionally, southerners are the fishing population.

I seek you = i c q

2. e-mail chat line

3. have online conversations with friends

4. type quickly /slowly

5. form good habits

6. combine sth with sth

7. use punctuation marks

8. show the emotion

you are feeling

1.寻找sb.\sth

我找你

2. 网上聊天热线

3. 和朋友上网聊天

4.快速打字\很慢

5.养成好习惯

6. 把sth和sth结合

7. 使用标点符号记号

8. 把你正感觉着的

感情表现出来


9. e-mail sb /a friend (v ) send an e-mail to sb (n) e-mail English

10. write riddles

11. learn sth. by oneself teach oneself

12. at the proper/right time

9. 传送电子邮件给sb

电子邮件英语

10. 写迷语

11. 自学

12. 在合适的时间


Read the passage and answer the questions. English

Paragraph2.

What is the advantages of using e-mail English?

It helps us write quickly. So we can

save time.


Paragraph3-4 English .

How many types of e-mail English are mentioned in this passage? What are they?

Three. They are abbreviation, homophone, emoticons


Paragraph3-4 English .

How many types of e-mail English are mentioned in this passage? What are they?

abbreviations

homophone

emoticons

(punctuation marks)

e-mail English


abbreviations English

emoticons

homophone

: ) -- the happy face

“gr8”--“great”

“CUl8r” --“see you later”

“BTW” --“by the way”

“CSL” --“can’t stop laughing”

Wlkm2CD


Paragaph5 English .

Can we use e-mail English in our English test?

How many e-mail English words are mentioned in the passage? What are they?

No, we can’t.

Six. ICQ, BTW, CSL, gr8, CUl8r, :)


What is the proper time to use e-mail English? English

1. ___________________________

2. ____________________________ ____________________________

when you are e-mailing a friend

when you are sending a message to a friend on a mobile phone.


written English

save money

ICQ

have online

conversations


abbreviation English

homophone

punctuation marks

emotion

proper time


Reading Tasks English

You are supposed to write quickly!

根据课本第100-101页的短文完成下列练习。

I. 根据短文内容完成下列表格, 每空词数不限。

save time


ICQ English

abbreviation

homophone


mobile phone English


II. English 根据短文内容, 选择最佳选项。

( )6. What is ICQ?

A. It is e-mail English.

B. It’s a computer program that is used in tests.

C. It’s a computer program that is used by teachers.

D. It’s an e-mail “chatline” that is used to have online conversations.

D


( )7. A friend sends a message “IMY” to a friend that he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

A. I miss you B. Leave me years

C. I see you D. It’s many years

A


( )8. The passage mainly tells us that ______. he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

A. why we should write quickly

B. e-mail English is better than normal English

C. what e-mail English is

D. students like e-mail English better than teachers

C


After You Read he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

3 types of e-mail English at the top of

each column. Give a example.

  • abbreviations

  • 2. homophones

  • 3. emoticons

BTW, CSL

gr8, CUL8r

:)


1. E-mail English is used he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

a) to have fun b) to save time c) to study faster

2. WBQ would mean

a) with best wishes b) which queue c) write back quickly


3. “Great” sounds most like he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

a)late b) get c) seat

4. In e-mail English, punctuation marks are used

a) normally b) instead of c) to show feelings

5. E-mail English is supposed to be used

a) on mobile phones b) in class c) in tests


Go For It! he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

Complete the chart and discuss your answers with your partner.

I had a gr8 weekend & U?

O-no! I’m going 2BL8 :-(


I’ve Cn that movie 4xs, it’s gr8, :) he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

Xqz me, cd U pls help me?


Exercise 1 he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

Put the following phrases in the correct blanks.


It’s rude to … he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

It’s polite to ...

  • make noise while eating

  • point at others with chopstick

  • say hello to others

  • wipe your mouth after dinner

  • talk loudly at the table


6. kiss or shake hands he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

7. meet without saying anything

8. arrive too late

9. shake hands when you first meet

someone

10. eat while walking in the street


Exercise 2 he hasn’t seen for months. He may probably mean “______”.

I. 用所给词的适当形式填空

  • You can imagine how different the table manners here are from ____.(we)

  • 2. People in Japan and people in America behave _________ (different) at the dinner table.

  • 3.The host family did their best to make me ____ (feel) at home.

ours

differently

feel


4.You’re not supposed to eat or drink while _______ (walk) down the street.

5. It’s not polite _______ (make) noise while eating noodles.

6.We never visit a friend’s house without ______ (call) first.

walking

to make

calling


II. down the street.单句改错

  • In England, it’s very important be on time.

  • 2. You shouldn’t point at anyone with the finger.

  • 3. She works much well today.

  • 4. You’re not supposing to be hot.

to be

to

better

supposed


5. You’ll find that important to learn English well. down the street.

6. I was a bit of nervous speaking in public.

7. If you’re 15 minutes later, your friend may get angry.

8. When I first ate in a western restaurant, I didn’t know that I was supposed to do.

it

去掉

late

what


Exercise 3
Exercise down the street. 3

根据提示词列举出几条作为学生在家

或在学校等应该做和不应该做的。

(参照所给句型,尽量选用不同句型。)


smoke down the street.

do our homework

get our ears pierced

speak aloud in/on…

be polite to…

clean up


stay up down the street.

be home by…

drive a car

wash the dishes

bring snakes to the classroom

choose our own clothes

make the bed by ourselves

run in the hallways

be late for school


参考句型: down the street.

We are supposed to…/

We are not supposed to

We should / shouldn’t…

It’s polite/ rude to…


We are allowed to… down the street.

/ We aren’t allowed to…

We can/ could/ can’t/ couldn’t…

Things we are supposed to do:


Things we are supposed to do: down the street.

______________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________


Things we aren’t supposed to do: down the street.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Reading P100 down the street.

你了解网络聊天的表情含义吗?

愤怒

高兴

COOL

闭嘴

害羞

传情

冷笑

呐喊


Homework down the street.

Please try your best to write e-mails in e-mail English to your friends or type e-mail English messages on the computer.


Thank you for listening! down the street.


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