You’re supposed to shake hands.
Section A 1a-2c
Warm up: What do people do when they meet for the first time.
Different countries has different culture.
They should shake hands. = They are supposed to shake hands.
In U.S.A and Mexico
They are supposed to kiss.
In Japan and Korea
They are supposed to bow.
They are supposed to put hands together in front of the chest.
New Words and phrases
shake n. shake hands custom n. bow v. kiss v.&n.
be supposed to do be not supposed to do
1a. What do people do when they meet for the first time? Match the countries with the customs.
1. ___ Brazil c b 2. ___ the United States a 3. ___ Japan b 4. ___ Mexico a 5. ___ Korea
a. bow b. shake hands c. kiss
1b. Listen and check the answer in 1a.
A: What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time? B: They’re supposed to bow.
Talk about exchange students experience in different countries.
Have you ever been an exchange student? Have you heard of their experience? Are they nervous when they live in a foreign country? What are good manners if you go to a foreigner’s house to have dinner? What are you supposed to pay attention to?
2a. Listen carefully and check the mistakes Mari made.
______ arrived late √ ______ ate the wrong food √ ______ greeted Paul’s mother the wrong way √ ______ wore the wrong clothes
2b. Listen again! Fill in the blanks.
Maria: I was supposed to ______________, but I arrive at 7:00
arrived at 8:00.
Maria: In my country, it’s different. When you’re
come later invited for 7:00, you’re supposed to ___________.
Dan: And you were supposed to _____________instead. shake hands Dan: I guess you should have asked what you were wear supposed to _________.
A: How was the dinner at Paul's house last night? B: Well, it was OK, but I made some mistakes. I was supposed to arrive at 7:00, but I arrive at 8:00.