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  • Special Jeopardy!
  • Direct QuestionsDirect questions are the “normal” questions thatwe can ask friends, family members, and peoplewho we know well. Example of a direct question: “Where’s the bathroom?” “What’s up?”
  • Indirect Questions (p. 35) Indirect questions are a little more formal and polite.We use them when talking to a person we don’tknow very well, or in professional situations, and their form is a little different. Example of an indirect question: “Could you tell me where the bathroom is?” “How are you today?” View slide
  • Difference: Direct vs. Indirect Direct Indirect Begins with: Phrases:• Who • Could you tell me…• What • Do you know…• Where • I was wondering…• When • Do you have any idea…** How ** • I’d like to know… • Would it be possible… • Is there any chance… In general: Any question which does not start with “Wh” is indirect View slide
  • Brainstorm 10 “Wh” questions Lets turn some into indirect questions You do the rest.
  • Asking for Directions: (Direct vs. Indirect) • Excuse me,…..“Can you tell me how to find the train station?” or “Can you tell me where the train station is?” Vs. “Where’s the train station”
  • Practice the Conversation 9A (p.35) • After both partners have been A and B • Insert information about the public transportation you use in your city or town.
  • 10 A p. 36 • Turn the questions into indirect questions • (10 minutes)• Walk around and interview two classmates. • (10 minutes)
  • 5 Minute Break
  • Eating at a RestaurantTwo teams: What’s the name of our Thai restaurants?
  • Lets think of some Thai foods:
  • As a waiter:What kinds of questions would you ask? Direct or indirect questions?
  • As a customer:What kind’s of questions do you want to ask? Direct or Indirect?
  • Write these questions down on your worksheets. • Two groups: One waiters. Other’s customers.• Waiters go out and take an order. Come back and write their order on the board. • Most written orders win’s the game.
  • Check that you understand all thevocabulary on the menu handout Practice the two dialogues in pairs
  • Green Salad
  • Hamburger
  • Tacos
  • Bean
  • Olives
  • Pepperoni
  • Types of Cooked Eggs• Scrambled• Sunny Side Up• Over Easy• Over hard• Boiled
  • Breakfast Menu • Check that you understand the vocabulary • Two groups: One waiters. Other’s customers.• Waiters go out and take an order. Come back and write the order on the board. • Most written orders win’s the game.
  • Minimal Pairs Review /ɪ/ and /i:/ sit and seat• The sound /i:/ is said with the mouth much more spread, something like a broad smile. • Let’s do a pronunciation journey • We will do 5 journeys (mark down how many you get wrong)
  • Journey 1: Left Right• Grin • Green • His • He’s • Is • Ease • It • Eat
  • Journey 2: Left Right• Shill • She’ll• Sick • Seek • Sin • Seen• Still • Steal
  • Journey 3: Left Right• Gin • Gene• Grid • Greed • Hip • Heap • Kid • Keyed
  • Journey 4: Left Right• Fist • Feast• Fizz • Fees• Pill • Peel• Pip • Peep
  • Journey 5: Left Right• Sim • Seam • Sip • Seep• Skit • Skeet• Slick • Sleek
  • Sounding Out Words• For Spelling• We can hear the sounds /i/ and /i:/• Think about how different words in combinations have very specific sounds Examples: Ch vs. Sh Church vs. Should Example: ee vs. ea Seed vs. Neat
  • Spelling• Understanding the sounds of letters can help you spell even if you have never seen the word before. • Example Should as /Sh-o-u-ld/ (breaking the sounds into separate parts) • Phonetics Video.
  • Spelling TestSpell the following words
  • Juice
  • Tofu
  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Carrots
  • Tomatoes
  • Milk
  • Butter
  • Eggs
  • Cheese
  • Fish
  • Apples
  • Oranges
  • Bananas
  • Potatoes
  • Corn
  • Balloon Volleyball • In Small GroupsKeep the Balloon up. Every time you hit the balloon you have to say a word related to: The supermarket
  • From the Balloon VolleyballRound 1: What supermarket words did we come up with? Round 2: What nouns did we come up with?
  • Countable vs. Uncountable ReviewCountable (a/an) Uncountable (some/any)• Dog • Water• People • Salt• City • Air• Town • Grass
  • Questions about quantities (p. 38) How many…..? How much…..?• For countable nouns • For uncountable nouns• Use the word are to • Use the word is to complete complete my question. my question.
  • Answers about quantities (p. 38) Are (for countable) Is (for uncountable)“There are….” “There is…..”Two or three A littleA few A lotSome Some
  • Muffins WorksheetWrite the questions for finding the ingredients needed to make muffins in the dialogue
  • Answers: • Q: How much flour do you need? • A: 2 cups self-raising flour • • Q: How much brown sugar do you need? • A: ½ cup brown sugar • • Q: How much vegetable oil do you need? • A: 1/3 cup (80mL) vegetable oil • Q: How much milk do you need? • A: 1 cup milk • Q: How many eggs do you need? • • A:2 eggs • Q: How many bananas do you need?• A: Two large bananas. To make 1 cup mashed.
  • Muffin Man!• Videos + Song
  • Summary• Jeopardy• Direct vs. Indirect Questions• Eating at Restaurants• Spelling + Sounding Out Words• How many vs. How much• Muffin Man Song