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  • Cesar and I are having anargument… What happens next… Why? What might I say…? What factors will effect my behaviour?
  • In this unit we’re going to talkabout behaviour and how peoplereact to events. How do you think the people in the pictures and reacting to situations? What has happened? How do you think thepeople in these feel?
  • What does “lose your tempermean”? What makes you lose your temper?
  • What can people say to make youfeel good and relaxed?
  • Let’s use “have with model verbs!
  • Telemarketer/Salesperson Why did Olivia lose her temper?
  • Lesson A How did Olivia react to the Salesman? Do you think she regrets how she acted? In pairs – What words make you think that? Find sentences from the text. Write on board! What kind of sentences are these? Hypothetical with modal verbs. In pairs – Think of examples of similar sentences. When would you use these expressions?
  • “would have” phrases “Normally I would have been more polite” Did Olivia react normally? How did she act differently? She acted differently so it didn’t happen and is therefore…
  • …hypothetical!
  • What is the difference between…? Would have… Should have… Could have…
  • Lesson A - Reactions IN PAIRS – Think about how Olivia acted in this situation. Person A – Act out what Olivia did. Person B - Act out whatOlivia says she SHOULDHAVE DONE.
  • Look at pair work B. Which of the sentences do you agree with. Why?
  • What would you do in thissituation?
  • So, what’s the structure? Would Should Could + have
  • We can add just to soften this. Olivia should just have said no.
  • Lesson B – Emotional intelligence What is “emotional intelligence” Are these things true for you? If they’re not ENTIRELY true how could you change them? Let’s use “adverbial expressions”
  • Use adjectives and structuringwords to describe the followingpeople’s behaviour.
  • Nuns
  • Robot
  • Barack obama
  • The mona lisa
  • A sloth
  • Where are the people in thepicture?How do they look?What do you think they’re doing?
  • They’re waiting for somebody.Somebody must be late.Why might people be late forevents?
  • Let’s read out the conversation!What did they decide to do? Has anything like this ever happened to you? What happened?
  • “They must have gotten tied up in traffic” Are they sure or unsure about the above? How do you know? Do they know this is a fact?
  • No, it is an uncertain statement or an assumption.
  • Look at the sentence. What is the structure? SUBJECT + MUST HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE I must have missed her. Can you think of an example of a sentence like this? Explain its meaning!
  • They could have tried to callANDThey may have had a fight use thesame structure and are also acombination of assumption anduncertainty.
  • What do “may” and “might” mean? They are modal verbs and express doubt,
  • Think about the differencebetween will, may and might. What do you want to do in the future. Think of things you are SURE of and things that you are NOT SURE of using will, may and might.
  • Lesson C – Speaking of rude people When we tell stories about people we can connect with other people. Be careful not to talk badly about other people. We can tell people about our experiences.
  • Look at the picture. What do youthink must have happened? How would you have reacted in such a situation?
  • Let’s listen to the conversation.What has happened? What shouldthe rude man have done?
  • Why do people sometimes act like this?
  • Do exercise B
  • What annoyed Hal and Mara?What gets you annoyed?
  • Use these ideas to tell a storyabout an unpleasant experienceyou’ve had. USE: the expressions in the “Notice” box. (THINK OF EXAMPLE SENTENCE TO EXPLAIN THE CONTENT IN THE BOX)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  • Like Look at “Strategy Plus”.
  • Do the listening activity
  • How can you apologise to people?When do you apologise?
  • How easy is it to apologise topeople? Why? Have you ever had to apologise for something? What? Was it easy?
  • Look at the headings. How and when to apologise What do you think the article is roughly going to be about? Take responsibility. Explain. Show your regret. Repair the damage Use good timing.
  • Let’s look at the text. Were youcorrect? G1 - Grammar and vocab. G2 - Do C.
  • What things do rude people do?
  • Are you rude? Let’s find out!