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English 2 lesson 13

  1. 1. Special Jeopardy!
  2. 2. 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?”
  3. 3. 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?”
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. Brainstorm 10 “Wh” questions Lets turn some into indirect questions You do the rest.
  6. 6. 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”
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. 10 A p. 36 • Turn the questions into indirect questions • (10 minutes)• Walk around and interview two classmates. • (10 minutes)
  9. 9. 5 Minute Break
  10. 10. Eating at a RestaurantTwo teams: What’s the name of our Thai restaurants?
  11. 11. Lets think of some Thai foods:
  12. 12. As a waiter:What kinds of questions would you ask? Direct or indirect questions?
  13. 13. As a customer:What kind’s of questions do you want to ask? Direct or Indirect?
  14. 14. 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.
  15. 15. Check that you understand all thevocabulary on the menu handout Practice the two dialogues in pairs
  16. 16. Green Salad
  17. 17. Hamburger
  18. 18. Tacos
  19. 19. Bean
  20. 20. Olives
  21. 21. Pepperoni
  22. 22. Types of Cooked Eggs• Scrambled• Sunny Side Up• Over Easy• Over hard• Boiled
  23. 23. 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.
  24. 24. 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)
  25. 25. Journey 1: Left Right• Grin • Green • His • He’s • Is • Ease • It • Eat
  26. 26. Journey 2: Left Right• Shill • She’ll• Sick • Seek • Sin • Seen• Still • Steal
  27. 27. Journey 3: Left Right• Gin • Gene• Grid • Greed • Hip • Heap • Kid • Keyed
  28. 28. Journey 4: Left Right• Fist • Feast• Fizz • Fees• Pill • Peel• Pip • Peep
  29. 29. Journey 5: Left Right• Sim • Seam • Sip • Seep• Skit • Skeet• Slick • Sleek
  30. 30. 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
  31. 31. 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.
  32. 32. Spelling TestSpell the following words
  33. 33. Juice
  34. 34. Tofu
  35. 35. Beef
  36. 36. Chicken
  37. 37. Carrots
  38. 38. Tomatoes
  39. 39. Milk
  40. 40. Butter
  41. 41. Eggs
  42. 42. Cheese
  43. 43. Fish
  44. 44. Apples
  45. 45. Oranges
  46. 46. Bananas
  47. 47. Potatoes
  48. 48. Corn
  49. 49. Balloon Volleyball • In Small GroupsKeep the Balloon up. Every time you hit the balloon you have to say a word related to: The supermarket
  50. 50. From the Balloon VolleyballRound 1: What supermarket words did we come up with? Round 2: What nouns did we come up with?
  51. 51. Countable vs. Uncountable ReviewCountable (a/an) Uncountable (some/any)• Dog • Water• People • Salt• City • Air• Town • Grass
  52. 52. 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.
  53. 53. Answers about quantities (p. 38) Are (for countable) Is (for uncountable)“There are….” “There is…..”Two or three A littleA few A lotSome Some
  54. 54. Muffins WorksheetWrite the questions for finding the ingredients needed to make muffins in the dialogue
  55. 55. 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.
  56. 56. Muffin Man!• Videos + Song
  57. 57. Summary• Jeopardy• Direct vs. Indirect Questions• Eating at Restaurants• Spelling + Sounding Out Words• How many vs. How much• Muffin Man Song

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