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Lifestyle unit 9

  1. 1. U N I T 9 Lifestyle
  2. 2. Welcome back Today we will:  Review what you did on Friday  Take a short quiz  Listen to a song that uses the future conditional  Practice giving and receiving advice  Make plans and accept/refuse invitations  Review and practice modals and present continuous  Learn to accept and decline invitations  Choose people that you would invite to your own party
  3. 3. What did we do Friday? 1. People who use products are called ____. A) consumers B) manufacturers C) designers D) retailers 2. _______ you roommate ________ a new cell phone? A) Had / buy B) Has / bought C) Have / buys D) Hadn’t / buy 3. Which of the following does NOT improve creativity? A) having more time B) earning a reward C) caring about your work D) having the right opportunity 4. Do these phrases make or respond to a suggestion? A) Yes, but… B) How about… C) What if we… D) That’s great. E) Why don’t we… F) I don’t think… G) OK, I’ll… 5. Think of 4 different company slogans (口號) used in Taiwan. Which is your favorite? Why do you like it? Do you think slogans are effective?
  4. 4. Unit 8 Short Quiz You have 20 minutes for the quiz. Please write your Chinese and English name. Don’t forget to guess how many questions you will answer correctly. When you finish, please give the test to the teacher or one of the teaching assistants.
  5. 5. Wouldn’t it Be Nice - The Beach Boys Today’s unit talks about future plans and possibilities. Put the song verses in the correct order and fill in any missing words. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVlVmv0K-pk Music Time
  6. 6. Did you do the homework? Page 72 Which of these places do you think are more punctual (守時)? Switzerland or Italy? Japan or Peru? Germany or Mexico? Taiwan or the Philippines? Who in your family is most often _____ ? A) late B) on time C) angry when others are late Part 3: which words from the article mean: 1. two: _____ 2. at the right time, without being late: _____ 3. a very sad event that shocks people: _____ 4. arrive: _____ 5. not polite (two words): _____ _____
  7. 7. Did you do the homework? Page 72 Part 3: which words from the article mean: 1. two: couple 2. at the right time, without being late: promptly 3. a very sad event that shocks people: tragedy 4. arrive: turn up 5. not polite (two words): rude / impolite Part 4: Answer the questions: 1: Why isn’t it polite to complain if someone arrives ten minutes late in some countries? 2. How far behind schedule was the Japanese train? In your opinion, was it late? 3. How late might guests arrive at a party in Peru? Do people generally arrive on time for events in Taiwan? 4. What does ‘late’ mean to people in Taiwan? And what does it mean to you?
  8. 8. Did you do the homework? Page 72 Part 4: Answer the questions: 1: Why isn’t it polite to complain if someone arrives ten minutes late in some countries? Because there is a 10 minute ‘courtesy time’. 2. How far behind schedule was the Japanese train? In your opinion, was it late? The train was only 90 seconds late. Maybe a little. 3. How late might guests arrive at a party in Peru? Do people generally arrive on time for events in Taiwan? About an hour. 4. What does ‘late’ mean to people in Taiwan? And what does it mean to you?
  9. 9. Page 73 Modal verbs If you would like to review the rules, you can look at page 169 in your student book. Part 5: When we are sure something is going to happen, we use will. Ex: I will eat lunch after this class. When we’re unsure and we’re talking about possibilities, we use may, could and might. Ex: I may / could / might fall in love next year.
  10. 10. Page 73 Modal verbs If you would like to review the rules, you can look at page 169 in your student book. Part 6: 2 Modal verbs are followed by b an infinitive without to (do) Ex: I might sleep all day after the TOEIC exam. I might to sleep all day after the TOEIC exam. 3 To form questions with modal verbs we… b change the word order Ex: What day will we take the test? What day we will take the test? 4 To form negatives we use… a not Ex: I may not ever love anyone again. I may don’t ever love anyone again.
  11. 11. Page 73 Modal verbs If you would like to review the rules, you can look at page 169 in your student book. Part 7: Work with your partner. 1. Think off something that you feel sure you will do tomorrow. 2. Think of three things that might / could / may happen. 3. Think of two things that might not or may not happen.
  12. 12. Extension Asking for advice • You will each be given two strips of paper. Read the problems and then ask 3 different classmates to give you advice for each. • After you have finished, explain one problem to your teacher or teaching assistants using your own words. • Who gave you the best advice? What they tell you?
  13. 13. Parts 1 & 3 Part 1: Have you ever… 1. forgotten a family member’s or a close friend’s birthday? Whose? 2. left your homework at home? What happened? 3. arrived at the wrong time for an appointment? What happened? Part 3: Read the article. 1. Where’s Judith going next weekend? 2. What’s happening next Thursday? 3. How much does Judith pay Gyan? 4. How has Gyan changed Judith’s life? 5. What’s Gyan doing tomorrow? Page 74 - Reading
  14. 14. Page 74 - Part 3 Answers 1. Where’s Judith going next weekend? She’s going to Dallas. 2. What’s happening next Thursday? It’s her aunt’s birthday. 3. How much does Judith pay Gyan? She pays him about eight dollars an hour. 4. How has Gyan changed Judith’s life? She says her life isn’t falling apart anymore. 5. What’s Gyan doing tomorrow? He’s reading a bedtime story to her kids.
  15. 15. Extension What will you be doing… day activity your sentence tomorrow go to the bank I’m going to the bank tomorrow. next week work at the office next month go on a cruise next weekend go to the supermarket tomorrow morning go to the beach tomorrow afternoon going to Taichung tonight go to the movies next week study English next year travel to Europe tonight have dinner tomorrow go shopping next Saturday work
  16. 16. Extension What will you be doing… day activity your sentence tomorrow go to the bank I’m going to the bank tomorrow. next week work at the office I’m working at the office next week. next month go on a cruise I’m going on a cruise next month. next weekend go to the supermarket I’m going to the supermarket next weekend. tomorrow morning go to the beach I’m going to the beach tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon going to Taichung I’m going to Taichung tomorrow afternoon. tonight go to the movies I’m going to the movies tonight. next week study English I’m studying English next week. next year travel to Europe I’m traveling to Europe next year. tonight have dinner I’m having dinner tonight. tomorrow go shopping I’m going shopping tomorrow. next Saturday work I’m working next Saturday.
  17. 17. Extension Now ask your partner What will you be doing… day activity your sentence tonight tomorrow morning next Sunday evening September 9th this winter vacation next year three years from now five years from now ten years from now
  18. 18. Page 75 Parts 7 & 8 Part 7: Listen. What’s the problem? Part 8: Listen to the next call. Put the sentences in the correct order. ____ _10_ _1__ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____
  19. 19. Page 75 Parts 7 & 8 Part 8: Listen to the next call. Put the sentences in the correct order. _3__ Ah. Do… _10_ Bye. _1__ Paul Jones. _7__ Hey, it’s no… _8__ I’ll email you… _6__ Good. Thanks… _5__ Yea, Friday’s… _2__ Paul, it’s Gyan… _4__ Yes, please… _9__ You’re welcome.
  20. 20. Part 1: Read the situations Part 2: Match the words and phrases Some vocabulary: hesitated - 猶豫的 vague - 模糊 Herr - 先生(德文) voicemail - 語音信箱 apologize - 抱歉 Iranian - 伊朗人 unsociable - 不擅交際的 rude - 無禮的 invitation - 邀請 insist - 堅持 1. h________ 2. v ________ 3. i ________ 4. t________ it d_____ 5. d ________ 6. s _______ a _______ 7. i ________ Page 76
  21. 21. Part 1: Read the situations Part 2: Match the words and phrases Some vocabulary: hesitated - 猶豫的 vague - 模糊 Herr - 先生(德文) voicemail - 語音信箱 apologize - 抱歉 Iranian - 伊朗人 unsociable - 不擅交際的 rude - 無禮的 invitation - 邀請 insist - 堅持 1. hesitated 2. vague 3. inconvenient 4. turned it down 5. disappointed 6. slip away 7. inisist Page 76
  22. 22. Page 76 Part 3 Listen to some other views of the misunderstandings. Write A - F next to the situations they talk about. 1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____
  23. 23. Page 76 Part 3 Listen to some other views of the misunderstandings. Write A - F next to the situations they talk about. 1. _C__ 2. _D__ 3. _F__ 4. _B__ 5. _A__ 6. _E__
  24. 24. Part 6 Part 7 Listen to Tim inviting someone to a barbecue. Why did they turn him down? Listen to Tim inviting some other people Do they accept? Why / Why not? Page 76
  25. 25. Part 6 Part 7 Listen to Tim inviting someone to a barbecue. Why did they turn him down? The man turns him down because his wife/girlfriend isn’t feeling well. Listen to Tim inviting some other people Do they accept? Why / Why not? Page 76
  26. 26. Part 6 Part 7 Listen to Tim inviting someone to a barbecue. Why did they turn him down? The man turns him down because his wife/girlfriend isn’t feeling well. Listen to Tim inviting some other people Do they accept? Why / Why not? They don’t accept because they are visiting the woman’s mother that day. Page 76
  27. 27. Page 76 Part 8 Complete the phrases in the chart Invitations Preparing to invite 1. Are you ______ 2. What _____ ______ ____ Inviting 1. ______ you _____ 2. ______ you ______ Positive responses 1. Oh, it’s ______ ______ 2. ______ be great! ______ Saying ‘no’ 1. I’m ______ 2. ______ be lovely ______ Responding to ‘no’ 1. Oh, that’s a ______ 2. Not to ______ Suggesting alternatives 1. ______ love to come ______ 2. ______ ______ …. ______
  28. 28. Page 76 Part 8 Complete the phrases in the chart Invitations Preparing to invite 1. Are you doing 2. What are you doing Inviting 1. Would you like 2. Do you want Positive responses 1. Oh, it’s very kind 2. That’d be great! We’d Saying ‘no’ 1. I’m afraid 2. It’d be lovely but Responding to ‘no’ 1. Oh, that’s a shame 2. Not to worry Suggesting alternatives 1. We’d love to come another 2. How about …. instead
  29. 29. Invitations Part 10: Read the advertisements. Check the events you would like to attend. Cross out the ones you wouldn’t like to go to. Think of reasons not to do the events you crossed out. Part 11: Work with your partner. Take turns inviting each other to the events. Accept the invitation if you would like to go, or refuse and give a reason for why you don’t want to go. Page 77
  30. 30. Page 79 Expressions with give Part 5: Match the expressions with give 1. ___________ 2. ___________ 3. ___________ 4. ___________ 5. ___________ 6. ___________ 7. ___________ 8. ___________ 9. ___________
  31. 31. Page 79 Expressions with give Part 5: Match the expressions with give 1. gave a speech 2. give us some help 3. give you some advice 4. give me a chance 5. give him a lift 6. gave me a kiss 7. gave us permission 8. give you more information 9. gave / has given us any explanation
  32. 32. Part 6 Part 7 Listen to people planning another surprise party. 1. Who’s the party for? 2. How are they going to get him to the party? 3. What’s the extra surprise? Are the plans definite or possible? 1. ______ 2. ______ 3. ______ 4. ______ 5. ______ 6. ______ 7. ______ Page 79
  33. 33. Part 6 Part 7 Listen to people planning another surprise party. 1. Ivan 2. Invite him to play squash 3. Ivan’s sister Are the plans definite or possible? 1. ______ 2. ______ 3. ______ 4. ______ 5. ______ 6. ______ 7. ______ Page 79
  34. 34. Part 6 Part 7 Listen to people planning another surprise party. 1. Ivan 2. Invite him to play squash 3. Ivan’s sister Are the plans definite or possible? 1. __D___ 2. __D___ 3. __D___ 4. __P___ 5. __P___ 6. __P___ 7. __D___ Page 79
  35. 35. Handout The great dinner party You and your group are going to have a dinner party for 6 guests. Use the handout to decide who you like to invite, and add some more people. You also need to think of three people you wouldn’t invite.
  36. 36. T O D A Y W E : Reviewed what you did on Friday Took a short quiz Listened to a song that used the future conditional Practiced giving and receiving advice Made plans and accepted/refused invitations Reviewed and practiced modals and present continuous Learned to accept and decline invitations Chose people that you would invite to your own party Finished!
  37. 37. Homework: Nope!
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