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Unit 3. Ways of socialising

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Người gửi: Huỳnh Thị Yến Nhi
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To our class, 12/2
TEACHER: Huynh Thi Yen Nhi
Nguyen Hue Upper-Secondary School
GOOD MORNING!
Game
- Waving

Shaking hands

Raising one’s hand

Nodding

Clapping one’s hands

Pointing
Group A
Group B
Forms of non-verbal communication
What do we use these signals for?
1. What are the people in the pictures doing ?
In picture 1: They are shaking hands and greeting each other.
In picture 2: They are waving to say goodbye.
Do you often use these signals?
In which cases?
Unit 3: WAYS OF SOCIALISING
A. Reading
non-verbal
Ex: Waving, clapping one’s hands and nodding are ...................forms of communication.
to get/attract someone’s attention




non-verbal

verbal
(a)
=
impolite
(a)
(a)
(exp):
1.
2.
3.
rude
(a)
thu hút sự chú ý của ai
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
I. Vocabulary:
4. to point at/to s.o/s.th : chỉ vào
5. formal (adj) : trang trọng
≠ informal (a)
→formality (n) ≠
informality (n)
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
I. Vocabulary:
I. Vocabulary:
6. jump up and down (v)
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
Ex: The school bus is coming near the bus stop
7. approach (v)
I. Vocabulary:
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
≠ verbal (a)
1. non-verbal (a) /nɒn`vɜ:b(ə)l/
bằng lời nói
2. to get/attract so’s attention
thu hút sự chú ý của ai
4. point at/to (v)
chỉ vào
6. jump up and down /dʒʌmp/(v)
nhảy lên nhảy xuống
3. rude /ru:d/ (a)
thô lỗ
7. approach [ə`prout∫] (v)
tiếp cận, đến gần
Check
I. Vocabulary:
5. formal/`fɔ:məl/ (a)
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
phi ngôn ngữ

= impolite /impə`lait/ (a)
informal/in`fɔ:məl/ (a)
formality/fɔ:`mæliti/ (n)
informality/infɔ:`mæliti/ (n)


II. Task 1:
True/False Statement Prediction
1. At a noisy party, you can clap your hands or whistle to attract your friend’s attention.
2. In a restaurant, we can raise our hands to show that we need assistance.
3. It is considered impolite to whistle or clap our hands to get the waiter’s attention in the restaurant.
4. It is unacceptable for the teacher to point at her/his students.
5. To get your friend’s attention, you shouldn’t point at the person or thing you want her/him to look at.
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
II. Task 1:
True/False Statements
1. At a noisy party, you can clap your hands
or whistle to attract your friend’s attention.
F
Para 1, line 5 and 6
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
II. Task 1:
True/False Statements
2. In a restaurant, we can raise our hands
to show that we need assistance.
T
Para 3, line 5 and 6
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
II. Task 1:
True/False Statements
3. It is considered impolite to whistle or clap
our hands to get the waiter’s attention
in the restaurant.
.
T
Para 3, line 6 and 7
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
II. Task 1:
True/False Statements
4. It is unacceptable for the teacher to
point at her/his students.
F
Para 5, line 6 and 7
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
II. Task 1:
True/False Statements
5. To get your friend’s attention,
you shouldn’t point at the person or thing
you want her/him to look at.
T
Para 5, line 1 and 2
III. Task 2:
Read the passage carefully and choose the best answers:
............ is considered the most common way of getting someone’s attention.
A. raising one’s hand B. pointing C. waving D. clapping one’s hands
2. You can jump up and down and wave as hard as you can to attract your brother’s attention ..................
A. at the airport B. in a restaurant C. at a noisy party D. in the schoolyard
3. We can use either verbal or _____ communication to attract someone’s attention. A. signal B. non-verbal C. appropriate D. simply
4. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. We can raise our hand slightly to attract the waiter’s attention.
B. A small friendly wave to attract the teacher’s attention in the schoolyard is acceptable.
C. The teacher can point at a student in class to get his/her attention.
D. Pointing at someone is usually considered polite.
5. The best title for the passage is ...........................
A. Some Social Situations in Attracting Attention D. Attracting Attention by Waving
B. Attracting Attention: Non-verbal Cues C. The Best Ways of Attracting Attention

Lucky
numbers
UNIT 3: WAYS OF SOCIALISING-A. READING
4. Which of the following is NOT true?
A
B
C
D
We can raise our hand slightly to attract
the waiter’s attention.
A small friendly wave to attract the teacher’s
attention in the schoolyard is acceptable
Pointing at someone is usually
considered polite.
The teacher can point at a student in class
to get his/her attention.
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading III. Task 2
5. The best title for the passage is ...........................
A
B
C
D
Some Social Situations in Attracting Attention
Attracting Attention: Non-verbal Cues
The Best Ways of Attracting Attention
Attracting Attention by Waving
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading III. Task 2
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading III. Task 2
2. You can jump up and down and wave as hard as
you can to attract your brother’s attention ............
A
B
C
D
at the airport
in a restaurant
at a noisy party
in the schoolyard
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading III. Task 2
............ is considered the most common way
of getting someone’s attention.
A
B
C
D
raising one`s hand
pointing
waving
clapping one`s hands
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading III. Task 2
3. We can use either verbal or _____ communication
to attract someone’s attention.
A
B
C
D
signal
appropriate
non-verbal
simply
What do these gestures mean?
Let`s choose the correct answers .
Unit 3 Ways of Socialising: A. Reading
IV. Task 3:
Yes? or No?
In Greece , a nod means ...
Yes

No
She wants to say No.
In Greece , a nod means ...
No
Yes


She wants to say No, not Yes.
In Greece , a nod means No , not Yes .
Sorry. You are wrong !
In the Netherlands, tapping your elbow means ...
The third person (a friend of yours, for example) doesn’t want to spend money .
The third person can’t help you anything .
?
In the Netherland, tapping your elbow means ...
The third person (a friend of yours, for example) can’t help you anything .
The third person doesn’t want to spend money .
You can’t depend on that man .


Sorry. You are wrong !
In the Netherland, tapping your elbow means ...
The third person (a friend of yours, for example) doesn’t want to spend money .
The third person can’t help you anything .
You can’t depend on that man .


In Italy, flicking your chin means ...
I don’t know.

Go away !
Go away !
I don’t know.
?
In Italy, flicking your chin means ...
Go away !

I don’t know.

Go away !


Sorry. You are wrong !
Go away !


In Italy , flicking your chin means ...
I don’t know

Go away !
No? Yes ?
Come here ?
In Germany, tossing your head means ...
No
Yes
Come here !
She wants me to
come here .
In Germany, tossing your head means ...
Come here !
Yes
No




Sorry. You are wrong !
She wants me to
come here .
In Germany, tossing your head means come here ! , not yes or no .


In Vietnam, hand-clapping means ...
encourage
go away


In Vietnam, hand-clapping means ...
encouraging
go away!


Hand-clapping means to encourage someone
Hand-clapping means to encourage someone
Sorry. You are wrong !
There’s a telephone call or
you are crazy?
In most parts of Europe ,circling your head means ...
there’s a telephone call
the person is crazy .
Sorry. You are wrong !
You mean
you are crazy.
In most parts of Europe ,circling your head means ...
there’s a telephone call
the person is crazy .


You mean
you are crazy.
In most parts of Europe ,circling your head means ...
the person is crazy
there’s a telephone call .


HOMEWORK
Prepare: Speaking of Unit 3 .
Thanks for your attention!
 
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