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  • 1. Where are these greetings from? Match
    • Bonjour/ Salut!
    • Konnichiwa
    • Sawadika
    • Hallo/Guten Tag
    • What’s up!
    • Ni Hao!
    • Ciao/Salve
    • Hola!
  • 2. Do you know what these Taiwanese mean in Japanese and English?
    • Nekudai
    • Shatsi
    • tolagu
    • Otobai
    • Suliba
    • Bateli
    • Savisu
    • My-gu
    • Kaden
    • Ly-da
    • Neck Tie
    • Shirt
    • truck
    • Autobike
    • Slipper
    • Battery
    • Service
    • microphone
    • Curtain
    • lighter
    Japanese, Taiwanese English
  • 3. Guess, which country is this? Geisha Sumo Nintendo Games Bagayaru!
  • 4. Japanese Culture What do you know about Japan?
  • 5. Culture Understanding- Memoirs of a Geisha How do we understand different cultures? First, we need to learn them. 1. What does Sayuri need to learn if she wants to become a geisha? 2. What does a geisha wear? 3. What should a geisha do to attract men? 4. What Japanese culture do you see in this movie? Answer these questions when you watch the film ( Worksheet 1)
  • 6. Questions for Memoirs of a Geisha
    • What does Sayuri learn to do if she wants to become a geisha?
    • What does a geisha wear?
    • What should a geisha do to attract men?
    • What Japanese culture do you see in this movie?
  • 7. Do’s and Don’ts in Cultures In English culture
    • Dos
    • Say love to your family.
    • Open gifts when you get them.
    • Say “excuse me” when you burp.
    • Don’ts
    • Ask how much money a person makes.
    • Ask how much a person pays for something.
    • Enter a room without knocking on the door.
  • 8. Do’s and Don’ts in Cultures
    • Dos
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    • 3.
    • Don’ts
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    In Chinese culture
    • Dos
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • Don’ts
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    In Japanese culture Discussion( 2 Chinese and 2 Japanese, reporter, leader, writer, timer) 7 minutes
  • 9. 10 things I hate about you!
    • For Japanese school students
    • What are the things that you don’t like when you come to Taiwan?
    • For Tian Mu junior high school students
    • What are the things that you don’t like about Japan?
  • 10. Sayonana!
    • Thank you for your coming today. We would like to invite you to Tian Mu junior high school anniversary celebration!