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Unit 10. Communication. Lesson 7. Looking back - project

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Tuesday, April 02, 2019
1. This time tomorrow I (chat) _______________with my cousin in Sydney on Skype.
2. When I (call) _________ you this morning, my mobile phone was dead.
3. We (have) ___________ a video conference at the moment
4. People (not send) ________________ snail mail any more in 2040.
5. They (use) ______________ signs to communicate with each other at this time yesterday.
Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense
will be chatting
was calling
are having
won’t be sending
were using
New lessons
1. Complete the sentences using the cues provided.
1. Using b____ l________ is an effective way for communication as long as you understand it!
2. M________ technology makes today’s communication so exciting with not only text but also sound, video, and graphics.
1. Complete the sentences using the cues provided.
3. A lot of people prefer working f__________ than online.
4. Communication
breakdown may happen due to c______ d________
1. body language 2. Multimedia 3. face-to-face
4. cultural differences 5. telepathy 6. netiquette
1. Complete the sentences using the cues provided.
6. Everyone needs to learn
n________ when we
communicate online.
5. In the future we won’t
need to learn different
languages to communicate if we use t________.
2. Write the following text messages/ chat lines in shorthand form.
Thanks for your gift.
Thx 4 ur gift.
By the way, what are you doing this weekend?
BTW, wot r u doin this wkd?
3. Please call me right now.
Pls call me rite now.
4. Laugh out loud!
5. See you tonight
C U 2nite.
3. Have you ever used music, art, codes, signs or any non-verbal ways to communicate? Tell a partner what you did. Was the communication successful?
I used music to express my love to my girlfriend. The song is about the love of a boy for a girl. She accepts to be my girlfriend.
When I was in grade seven I often used codes to communicate with one of my close friends in order that the other students didn’t know the secret between us. And we did it!
3. Underline the correct answer.
1. She (will not be sleeping/ was not sleeping) if you call at 9 p.m.
2. They (play/ will be playing) football at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning.
3. What (will he be doing/ will he do) this time next Monday?
4. I (am waiting/ will be waiting) at the bus stop when you arrive.
5. In 200 years we (will not be using/ do not use) mobile phones any more. We (will be using/ will use) telepathy.
6. Take the umbrella with you. It (rains/ will be raining) later today
4. Gerund or to-infnitive?
1. I don’t mind (talk) ________ to her about this.
2. We plan (use) ________ video chatting to keep in touch with our family.
3. He’s tried very hard (show) ________ his love to her by sending lots of flowers and presents.
4. She dislikes (communicate) _______________ through message boards or online meetings.
5. Lena enjoyed (chat) ________ on the phone with her friends.
6. They’ve decided (have) ________ a video conference with their colleagues right away.
to use
to show
to have
6. Choose any three forms of communication in this unit and work with a partner to decide if people will be using them in the year 2100 or not. Give at least two reasons for each decision.
- Will we be using music to communicate in the year 2100?
- I think so. People will always express themselves through music
A: Will we be using video conferencing to communicate in the year 2100?
B: Yes, we will. Because:
- People will do not actually need to travel to attend meetings.
- In this way, meetings are shorter and more effective. And also with the rich collaboration tools, decisions can be made faster.
Suggestion 1:
A: Will we be using telepathy to communicate in the year 2100?
B: Yes, we will. Because:
+ When you connect with other beings, you are able to relate to them at a higher level; a greater understanding is created.
+ In the case of animals, you can understand the needs and wants of your beloved pet, who cannot communicate with you verbally as a person would.
Suggestion 2:
Suggestion 3:
A: Will we be using holography to communicate in the year 2100?
B: Yes, we will. Because:
+ Using augmented reality more generally and more fields everyday.
+ Simpler interfaces and intuitive use.
Suggestion 4:
A: Will we be using body language in 2100?
B: I don`t think so. There are many technological devices of communication to use.
In groups, prepare two versions of a short sketch involving a communication breakdown to perform in class.
● Perform version 1 where the communication breakdown takes place.
● Then ask the audience to explain what went wrong and how it could be avoided.
● Next, perform version 2, this time where no communication breakdown takes place.
You can ask your teacher for help with sketch ideas.
Susan is a teacher from London who comes to a small town in Viet Nam to teach English. She has her first lesson today and is very impressed by one of her students - Lien. Lien speaks English very well and is very active in the class. Later that day Susan runs into Lien in the corridor. Susan wants to compliment Lien and she says, "Lien, your English is excellent!". And Lien answers, "No, it`s very bad." Susan wants to assure Lien so she confirms, "Yes, your English is very good!" To Susan`s surprise, Lien repeats quietly, "No, its very bad." Susan fells rather confused and she doesn`t know why Lien responds to her this way.
=> Communication breakdown = cultural differences
In Viet Nam it is typical to deny the compliments you receive. This is a way to show your modesty. However, in western cultures, people who give compliments often expect you to take them, and denial of compliments, especially if it is repeated, may be rude and make the other person fell uncomfortable. In this situation, Lien may just politely thank her teacher.
Sketch 1: The confused teacher
The best restaurant Jerry and Diana are from the USA and they are now on holiday in France. They eat out in a restaurant and they find the food and the wine excellent. At the end of the meal the chef asks how they have enjoyed the evening and Jerry holds up his thumb and index finger to make a circle. Seeing that, the chef`s face suddenly falls and he leaves immediately without word. Jerry and Diana are left wondering what they have done wrong.
Sketch 2:
=> Communication breakdown = cultural differences
In the USA, holding up one thumb and index finger to make a cricle means OK, good, excellent, while in France, this gesture means something not so good, even worthless.
Hoang Ly is from Ha Noi and now she’s visiting her grandparents in Ho Chi Minh City. Minh Anh, her friend in Ho Chi Minh City is taking her to eat out. When the food is brought out, Ly notices there is one fork missing on the table, so she asks the waiter for one. ‘Chú mang hộ cháu một cái dĩa nữa được không ạ?’. Then the waiter brings her a big plate. Ly thinks perhaps the restaurant is too noisy and the waiter couldn’t hear what she said. After that, Minh Anh comes and visits Ly’s grandparents. They off er her tea and Minh Anh hears Ly’s grandmother telling her, ‘Cháu vào lấy cho bà thêm một cái chén nữa cho Minh A
Sketch 3: The missing fork and the giant drink
Communication breakdown = language barrier
When the people in Ha Noi and some other provinces in northern Viet Nam say ‘dĩa’ they mean a fork, while
this word means a plate for the people in southern Viet Nam.
Meanwhile, ‘chén’ in northern Viet Nam means a small teacup whereas in southern Viet Nam the word means
a bowl you use to eat when having meals.
- Review all the new words again.
- Review the grammar points: should, shouldn’t, must, mustn’t, have to, don’t have to.
- Do the project. Report to the class in the next period.
- Prepare for : Unit 11: Science and technology
Lesson 1: Getting started - Listen and read
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