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High School English 2. World Englishes. Date : 11, October, 2013 Teacher: Lee Su Yeon Class : Advanced level of the 2 nd Grade. Ⅰ. What’s the problem?. Ⅱ. Ⅲ. Ⅳ. Ⅰ. The aims of this lesson. 1. We’ll be able to find out the specific information about the text. Ⅱ. Ⅲ.

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  • High School English 2

World Englishes

  • Date : 11, October, 2013

  • Teacher: Lee Su Yeon

  • Class: Advanced level of the 2nd Grade


What’s the problem?


The aims of this lesson

1. We’ll be able to find out the specific information about the text.

2.We’ll be able to match American English word with British English word

3.We’ll be able to draw a cartoon describing communication breakdown caused by different use of words in American and British English


Vocabulary preview


variety


VOCABULARY PREVIEW

variety

Cheese cake is a of cake


unique


VOCABULARY PREVIEW

unique.

Everyone’s finger prints are


thickly


Thickly peopled swimming pool

VOCABULARY PREVIEW

Thickly

peopled swimming pool


primarily


VOCABULARY PREVIEW

This TV program is primarily for teenagers

That TV program is primarily for older generation

primarily

primarily


Conjure up


VOCABULARY PREVIEW

The rice cake called Song-pyeon

and full moon

conjure up Chu-seok


desolate


VOCABULARY PREVIEW

desolate

The house stands desolate and empty.


intersperse


VOCABULARY PREVIEW

are interspersed

The holidays interspersed with a work day.


Check your Vocabulary


CHECK YOUR VOCABULARY

1. You can use anyvarietyof chocolate.

varieties

thickly

2. The house is surrounded by a crowd.

3. Language is a unique human property

unique


CHECK YOUR VOCABULARY

  • A course designed primarilyforspecialist

primarily

  • It was a completely desolate area, like a desert.

desolate

  • That smell always conjures up memories of holidays in France

conjures up


B. Different use of words in different varieties of English

What is the title of the text?


Check the answer to the comprehension check questions

Q1. Can a word in one variety of English have a different meaning in another variety of English?

A1. Yes


Check the answer to the comprehension check questions

Q2. Why do the words of different English have their own distinct feature?

A2. Because vocabulary provides ways of talking about things or concepts that are of particular importance to people of a particular culture

talking about things or concepts that are of particular importance to people of a particular culture


Check the answer to the comprehension check questions

Q3. In British English, what is bush?

A3. It is a short tree or collection of plants, thickly covered with leaves

a short tree or collection of plants


Check the answer to the comprehension check questions

Q4. In Australia, what is bush?

countryside

A4. It refers to country side as opposed to town


Check the answer to the comprehension check questions

Q5. What kind of an image does bush conjure up in Australia?

A5. Bush conjures up an image of flat and desolate landscape stretching as far as the eyes can see and beyond,anda harsh land interspersed with small bushes and scrubs

flat and

desolate landscape

a harsh land


Check the answer to the comprehension check questions

Q6. What is another term for bush in Australia?

A6. outback


Formative Test


FORMATIVE TEST

1. Why do the different varieties of English have words that are unique to them?

Because Vocabulary provides ways of talking about things or concepts that are of particular importance to people of particular culture


FORMATIVE TEST

2. Write down the different meaning of bush in British and Australian English

In British English,

bush is

a short tree or collection of plants

In Australian English, bush is a

countryside


FORMATIVE TEST

3. Match the American English word with British English word that has the same meaning

Drugstore subway elevator french fries

chemist

chips

underground

lift


Thank you


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