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  1. Vocal Exercises: V Sound The V sound is formed with the upper teeth biting the lower lip: • Vase, vote, vapor, eleven, leave, review, revolve, vegetable. • Victor voted for the violin competition in Virginia and Venice. • Vera and Vivian’s red van ran very well every morning.

  2. Vocal Exercises: V Sound The V sound is formed with the upper teeth biting the lower lip: • Very, verb, vote, eleven, involve, achieve, have, twelve, five, vase, vote, vapor, eleven, leave, review, revolve, vegetable. • Victor voted for the violin competition in Virginia and Venice. • Vera and Vivian’s red van very well every morning.

  3. V SOUND CONTINUED…. • Victor voted for the violin competition in Virginia and Venice. • Vera and Vivian’s red van very well every morning. • Five of Steve’s, David ‘s and Vivian's relatives live in Vienna , Vermont and Virginia. • They served flavorful veal and a variety of vegetables for the evaluation. • Avoid drinking Vodka every day but let’s drive the river near Vegas!

  4. tongue Twister: Vowels with consonants • I carried the married character over the barrier. • The foreign authorities put Dorothy in an orange forest. • Yes, she is pure, but so is Mrs. Muir. You're just unsure.Please do not lure me with your unsure cure. • The leath police dissmissith us, and that sufficeth us.

  5. WORD CONTRAST: WORD PAIR • Vest best vet bet • Very berry curve curb • Vow bow vote boat • Van Dan Vine Bind

  6. CHITCHATTING! • Greet and talk with each other for 2 mins. with someone you do not yet know!

  7. IDIOM: YOU’RE GETTING INTO MY HAIR! What does that mean?

  8. Clothing& First Impression!

  9. Warm up • The teeth, the lips the tip of the tongue. • The tip of the tongue the teeth the lips

  10. Vocal warm up • Umh umh, umh, uh, umh uh, umh, • Me yah, me yah, me yah, me • We we, we we, we we, we • Wee you wee you wee you wee • Buike, buike buike ke • Ah (cirene) Oh(cirene) • Ou (cirene)

  11. ORAL ENGLISHWeek 3, lesson 2, Part 2 “CLOTHES AND APPEARANCES” Professor: Ms. K. Casimir 3/4-7/2014

  12. OBJECTIVES: • By then end of this session, each student will have listen, talk and discuss and read about first impression, appearance and personal belief on clothing, clothing and styles. Students will also learn vocabulary on adjectives describing style, fashion & appearances. Drills and pronunciation on the voice and voiceless consonants. Activities: Speaking about personal belief on clothing, business outfitting, first impression, clothing activities. Idiom: “ You’re pulling my leg.”

  13. IDIOM: “YOUR PULLING MY LEG!” What does that mean?

  14. GROUP DISCUSSION ABOUT PERSONAL BELIEF ON CLOTHING (5 MINS) • share your personal belief about clothing in your group for 1 min each person in your group. • Then pick one person to give a presentation for the group for 1-2 min.

  15. Review: First impression and you!

  16. HOW IMPORTANT IS OUTWARD APPEARANCE TO YOU?

  17. WHAT IS BEAUTY TO YOU? IS IT MAKE UP?

  18. IS IT WHAT YOU WEAR?

  19. IS IT WHAT YOU DO WITH YOUR NAILS? OR HYGIENE?

  20. WHAT IS BEAUTY TO YOU?

  21. Fashion sense What is your approach to fashion? Complete the survey on page 10 , 1-2 mins.

  22. Fashion then

  23. What’s in and What’s out?

  24. Fashion Now

  25. PLASTIC SURGERY

  26. Plastic Surgeries Successes

  27. Plastic Surgery Disasters

  28. Top Ten Designers in the World • Gucci Donna Karan Vera Wang • Todd Oldham Oscar de la Renta Bill Blass • Calvin Klein Kate Spade Ralp Lauren • Anna Sui

  29. Gucci, Ralp, Calvin, Vera

  30. Some famous people

  31. Vocabulary: Pronunciation Trendy Sloppy Elegant Classic Chic Quirky Conservative Formal Functional Demeanor Façade Frumpy Funky Stuffy Outfit Plastic surgery Fashion designer Peer pressure inner stability Permit

  32. Vocabulary: Review Exercise B, page 16 • Innocent Intense Intelligent • Smug Eccentric Sympathetic • Trustworthy Sinister Appealing • Arrogant Dignified Sarcasm • Stylish Self ImageAllow

  33. VOCABULARY EXERCISES Pair Exercises: Do exercises A and B on page 12 and 16 2 mins/page.

  34. Listening: Fashion Developments • Exercise B. Listen to Mark, Sakoto and Carlos describing how their taste of fashion have changed. What was it then? What is it now? • Exercise C. Listen and write their the items of clothing you hear for each one. • Pair: How have your style changed through the years? P 12

  35. Listening: Important traits page 14 • EXERCISE A. Listen to Gabriella Joon and Alice talking about traits that are important for them to form their first impression. Please listen and complete the chart. • EXERCISE`B. Listen to Gabriella Loon and Alice talking about traits that are not important for them to form their first impression. Please listen and complete the chart.

  36. GROUP DISCUSSION: FIRST IMPRESSION Group: The stranger, the teacher, the actor & the doctor Use the vocabulary words given for your discussion and answers. 4 mins.

  37. ACTIVITY: A CLOTHES ENCOUNTER Do the activity on the handout given in class. 5 minutes Should you and I be judged by what we wear?

  38. VOICE AND VOICELESS SOUNDS: Follow with the handout!

  39. GROUP ACTIVITIES: • Fashion: Give a fashion show next week! • What to wear: Give advice on what to wear. • Style: Talk about what is in style and what is out of style. • Clothing: Share your survey report on clothing next session • Business etiquettes: Give advice to men and women

  40. CLEFT SENTENCE “WHAT” • When you use “what “ as the subject of the sentence to emphasis information, this is a cleft sentence!

  41. CLEFT SENTENCES WITH “WHAT” • Cleft sentences are used to help people to focus attention on a particular piece of information. A speaker may use a cleft sentence to add emphasis. He didn’t come to class late, what he did is that he came at the end of the class. He didn’t just buy a car, what he bought was a Mercedes. Everyone always notices her smile. what everyone notices is always her smile.

  42. DISCUSSION: FACES MATTER • Does faces really matter? Do this discussion exercise in your group, page 16. 5-7 minutes.

  43. CLEFT SENTENCE “WHAT” • When you use “what “ as the subject of the sentence to emphasis information, this is a cleft sentence! What is attractive to me in a person is his or her eye color. • Use the cleft sentence with other verbs by inserting “what” at the beginning of the sentence and a form of the verb “to be after the main verb. What motivates him the most is the income.

  44. Group discussion Group 1-2 • Do the discussion section on “Faces Matter” page 16. Group 3-4 • Do “No Second Chances” on page 15, exercise A and B.

  45. Reading: Appearance and personality First Impression counts • Scan the article • Then Read completely • Do exercises in B and C

  46. REVIEW OF VERB PATTERN: FOUR PATTERNS • A. Verb + Infinitive Verb + Infinitive ( to and verb) I Liketo read historical books I wantto go home early this evening I liketo dress in bright colors

  47. Review of verb Pattern: Four Patterns C. Verb plus gerund: Verb +the ” ing” verb form • I likeplaying tennis • I hateeating dinner after 8 pm • I lovewatching love stories

  48. Review of verb Pattern: Four Patterns B. Verb plus object and infinitive Verb + Object (Direct/indirect)+ Infinitive (Object deals with Who/What questions) Momwants meto buy a new fur coat. I wantto buy my mom a new fur coat (Both D/Ind.)

  49. Review of verb Pattern: four types -page 11 D. Verb plus object + infinitive + preposition +gerund (verb+ object+(to and verb) + Preposition + ing verb) Preposition: and, to, for, from, with, on, in, ect… Extreme weather conditions never preventme from going shopping.

  50. Review the verb pattern: Exercises • Individual work: Exercise B, • Pair work: Exercise D • Class Discussion: Exercise C Page 11