Section B Period One
To learn the table manners around the world To read, listen and speak how you are supposed to behave at dinner tables in different countries To learn new words: stick, point
Words and expressions
Read the words and expressions loudly.
Words and expressions
Peru wipe napkin make a noise stick rude point 秘鲁 v. 擦；揩；抹 n. 餐巾 发出不愉快的声音 v. 刺；戳；插 adj. 粗鲁的；无礼的 v. 指；指向
Warming up How much do you know about table manners around the world?
There are many table manners around the world. But different countries have different customs. Let’s talk about table manners in China.
What are these?
Chinese Table Manners
We are not supposed to eat with hands. chopsticks We should eat with our____________.
pick up It’s polite to ________the bowl of rice.
stick into It’s rude to _____the chopsticks ____ the food. We’re not supposed to talk aloud at the table.
What other table manners do you know in China? point at others while We shouldn’t ________ eating the meals. (指) make noise We aren’t supposed to __________while eating the meals. (发出响声)
talk with each other We shouldn’t _________ aloud/loudly at the table. (谈话)
wipe our mouths _____ It’s rude to _____ with our hands after meals. (用……擦)
It’s polite to wipe our mouths with the napkin (餐巾) ________.
How much do you know about table manners around the world? In the United States, you are not supposed to eat with your hands. In Japan, you are not supposed to eat or drink while walking down the street, and you are supposed to make noise while eating noodles. It shows that you like the food. In Korea, even the youngest person isn’t supposed to start eating first. But in China, you are supposed to pick up your bowl of rice. Don't stick your chopsticks upright in the rice bowl. Instead, lay them on your dish. And sometimes the Chinese host use their chopsticks to put food in your bowl or plate. This is a sign of politeness.
Answer these questions.
1. What are you supposed to do when you have dinner in the USA? 2. In Japan, are you supposed to drink while you are walking down the street? 3. In Korea, is the youngest person supposed to eat first? 4. What are you supposed to do while you are eating noodles in Japan? Why? 5. In China, are you supposed to pick up your bowl of rice?
Let’s have a quiz about the table manners around the world.
In the United States, you’re not supposed to eat with your hands.
You’re not supposed to talk at the table.
In China, you’re not supposed to pick up your bowl of rice.
In Korea, the youngest person
is supposed to start eating first.
In Brazil, you should wipe your mouth with your napkin every time you take a drink.
Mind your manners!
1. In the United States, you’re not supposed to eat with your hands. 2. In Peru, you’re not supposed to talk at the
table. 3. In China, you’re not supposed to pick up your bowl of rice. 4. In Korea, the youngest person is supposed to start eating first. 5. In Brazil, you should wipe your mouth with your napkin every time you take a drink.
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Do you know how to behave at the dinner table in Japan?
2a Please listen to the conversation and number the pictures.
2b Listen and help Steve match these sentences parts.
___ d 1. You aren’t a. to make noise while supposed to … eating noodles a 2. It’s polite … b. to stick your chopsticks ___ into your food. b 3. It’s rude … c. point at anyone with your ___ chopsticks c 4. You ___ d. eat or drink while shouldn’t… walking down the street
Listen again and answer. 1. Where will Steve go tomorrow?
He will go to Japan tomorrow. 2. How does he feel? He feels nervous. 3. What’s the matter? He doesn’t know how to use chopsticks very well and how to behave at the dinner table.
4. Why people are supposed to make noise when they are eating in Japan?
It shows you like the food. 5. Who is allowed to talk at dinner table in Japan? Only parents are allowed to talk at dinner table in Japan.
Give you several minutes, and give us a report about table manners in Japan.
Talk about table manners in China.
Sample: A: Do you know how to behave at the dinner table? B: Well, you’re supposed to serve the elderly. It’s rude to make noise when you’re eating. A: Yes, and it’s polite to talk with the host or hostess at the dinner table but it’s rude to laugh loudly or cough at others…
Tell us what you are/ are not supposed to do at school?
We are supposed to bow and say “Hello” to the teachers when we meet them. We are not supposed to kiss when we meet the guests for the first time. We are supposed to listen t o the teachers carefully and take notes when we are having lessons. We are supposed to wear uniforms when we go to school.
Review the phrases
1. 餐桌礼仪 2. 端起碗吃饭 3. 用……擦 4. 喝饮料 5. 喝面条时发出声音 table manners pick up one’s bowl to eat wipe…with take a drink make a noise while eating noodles stick…into point at …with It’s rude to do It’s polite to do eat with one’s hands
6. 把……插入 7. 用……指着 8. 做……粗鲁 9. 做……有礼貌 10. 用手吃东西
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根据句意及汉语或首字母提示写出单词， 使句子通顺、正确。 fork (叉) down on 1. Put your knife and _____ the plate if you’ve finished eating. 2. Please mix your sugar and milk with spoon (匙). your _______ 3. Don’t s tick _____ your chopsticks into the food. 4. Thank you. I can’t eat any more. I’m ull really f____. oint at people with your 5. It’s impolite to p____ fingers.
Make up sentences with
? ? ? ? ? ? ? We are supposed to…/ We are not supposed to We should / shouldn’t… It’s polite/ rude t
o… We are allowed to… We aren’t allowed to… We can/ could/ can’t/ couldn’t…
To preview the e-mail message on page 98 To find the differences about the table manners between France and China