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    ViOLET Chào mừng năm học mới

    Unit 3. Ways of socialising

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    Người gửi: Lê Viết Phú
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    Wednesday, September 13, 2017
    WARM UP
    Match the action with the suitable picture
    e. raising the hands
    c. jumping up and down
    g. waving
    a. clapping the hands
    f. nodding his head
    b. pointing to the board
    d. whistling
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    UNIT 3: WAYS OF SOCIALISING
    READING
    NEW LESON
    Vocabulary :
    - socializ(s)e with (v)
    - socialisation (n)
    - social (adj)
    - verbal (adj)
    - non-verbal (adj)
    - attract someone’s attention
    - (in)formality (n)
    - rude (adj)
    - approach (v):
    : giao thiệp, hòa nhập với
    : có tính xã hội
    : bằng lời nói
    : không bằng lời
    : sự XH hóa, sự hòa nhập XH
    : sự (không) trang trọng
    : thô lỗ
    : tiếp cận
    : thu hút sự chú ý của ai…
    Checking vocabulary :
    - socializ(s)e with (v)
    - socialisation (n)
    - social (adj)
    - verbal (adj)
    - non-verbal (adj)
    - attract someone’s attention
    - (in)formality (n)
    - rude (adj)
    - approach (v):
    : giao thiệp, hòa nhập với
    : có tính xã hội
    : bằng lời nói
    : không bằng lời
    : sự XH hóa, sự hòa nhập XH
    : sự (không) trang trọng
    : thô lỗ
    : tiếp cận
    : thu hút sự chú ý của ai…
    1. What are the people in the pictures doing ?
    They are shaking hands and greeting each other.
    They are waving to say goodbye.
    BEFORE YOU READ
    you want to get your teacher’s attention in class?
     If we want to get the teacher’s attention in class, we can raise our hands slightly.
    you need to ask someone a question, but they are busy talking to someone else?
     If we need to ask someone a question, but they are busy talking to someone else, we can say: Excuse me, may I ask you a question?
    2. What will you do and / or say if
    WHILE YOU READ
    To attract someone’s attention so that we might speak to that person, we can use either verbal or non-verbal forms of communication. Let us look at non-verbal communication in English. Probably the most common way of attracting someone’s attention is by waving. For example, if we are at a noisy party and see a friend come in the door about 20 metres away, we might raise our hand and wave to her as a signal that we see her.
    But how hard can we wave in a situation like this? Suppose you are at the airport, and you see your brother get off the plane and begin walking toward you. If you are excited, you might jump up and down and wave as hard as you can to attract his attention. This is the instance where big, obvious non-verbal signals are appropriate.
    There are, however, some social situations where smaller non-verbal signals are more appropriate. In a restaurant, for example, if we want to attract the attention of our waiter, we have several choices.
    We can wait until he passes near us, catch his eye, and nod slightly to let him know we would like him to come to our table. Or we can raise our hand slightly to show that we need assistance. We do not whistle or clap our hands to get the person’s attention. That is considered impolite and even rude.
    In most social situations where some informality is allowed, a brief raise of the hand and a small wave is fine. For instance, if you are walking across the schoolyard and see your teacher approaching you, a small friendly wave to attract his or her attention is appropriate.
    Once you’ve got your friend’s attention, you shouldn’t point at the person or thing you want her to look at. A slight nod will do. Pointing at someone is usually considered rude. Of course, there are times when pointing is perfectly acceptable, such as when a teacher wants to get someone’s attention in class. The teacher often points to the student and says, “David, would you read the next sentence, please?” Pointing here is not impolite; it’s simply a way to get someone’s attention.
    Task 1 : Match a word in A with a phrase in B to make a meaningful expression.
    A. Attracting Attention : Non – verbal Cues
    B. Attracting Attention by Waving
    C. The Best Ways of Attracting Attention
    Task 2 : Decide which of the three options below is the best title for the passage.
    TASK 3: Answer the following questions.
    What can we do when we want to attract someone’s attention?
    2. What are considered to be big, obvious non-verbal signals?
    3. What can we do if we want to attract the waiter’s attention?
    4. If you are walking across the schoolyard and see your teacher approaching you, what can you do to attract his/her attention?
    5. Why shouldn`t you point at the person or thing you want your friend to look at once you’ve got his/her attention?
    NEXT
    LUCKY NUMBER
    Đội A
    Đội B
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    1. What can we do when we want to attract someone’s attention ?
    → We can use either verbal or non- verbal communication.

    → Jumping up and down and waving as hard as you can.
    2. What can considered to be big, obvious non – verbal signal ?
    3. What can we do if we want to attract the waiter’s attention?
    → We can wait until he passes near us, catch his eye, nod slightly to let him know we would like him to come to our table, or we may raise our hand slightly to show that we need assistance.
    4. If you are walking across the schoolyard and see your teacher approaching you, What can you do to attract her attention?
    → You can use a small friendly wave to attract his or her attention.
    5. Why shouldn`t you point at the person or thing?
    → Because pointing at someone is considered rude.
    Lucky number
    UNLUCKY NUMBER !
    Suggested answers
    We can use either verbal or non- verbal communication.
    Jumping up and down and waving as hard as you can.
    If we want to attract the waiter’s attention, we can wait until he passes near us, catch his eye, and nod slightly to let him know we would like him to come to our table. Or we can raise our hand slightly to show that we need assistance.
    You can use a small friendly wave to attract his or her attention.
    Because pointing at someone is usually considered rude.
    Clapping hands
    Whistling
    Discuss the meaning of whistling and
    hand–clapping in Vietnamese.
    AFTER YOU READ
    Work in groups and discuss the meanings of whistling and hand-clapping in Vietnamese culture.
    Whistling:

    When ….
    Hand-clapping:

    When ….
    When do people often whistle and clap hands?
    Work in groups and discuss the meanings of whistling and hand-clapping in Vietnamese culture.
    Whistling:

    When being relaxed, happy or satisfied with or excited about something
    For joy.
    To attract somebody`s attention.
    To express disapproval or protest.
    ….
    Hand-clapping:

    When giving compliments
    When showing respect.
    When showing gratitude.
    When showing approval.
    When encouraging somebody
    When showing agreement with somebody’s ideas, opinions …
    To welcome somebody / some event.
    ….
    Model dialogue
    A. Do you think whistling and hand-clapping convey different meanings?
    B. Sure. These two actions have quite different meanings. I think whistling is a signal to show that we feel happy or satisfied with something.
    A. But teenagers, at present, whistle to express their disapproval or protest.
    B. OK. But only for teenagers. Adults or educated people never whistle to show their disapproval or dissatisfaction.
    A. That’s right. Whistling in crowds is considered impolite or even rude.
    B. What about hand-clapping?
    A. In my opinion, it is an action of showing one`s approval, support or enjoyment.
    B. But I`ve heard there is a different meaning between common hand-clapping and slow hand-clapping.
    A. Sorry, I`m not much sure, but as I know slow hand-clapping shows the applause or cheer.
    B. However slow hand-clapping together with booing can be used to express strong disapproval or protest.
    A. Thus, we should be careful when we clap our hands.
    B. Well, I think so.
    Learn the new words by heart.
    Practice reading aloud the passage again.
    Prepare the next lesson: Speaking .
    HOMEWORK
    GOOD BYE!
    Thank you for your attention!
    See you again.
     
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