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Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 Unit 3: A party

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Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 Unit 3: A party

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Tổng hợp những những bài giảng của chương trình Tiếng Anh lớp 11 unit 3 A party có nội dung hay và đẹp mắt về hình thức, mời các bạn đọc cùng tham khảo. Với những bài giảng đã được chúng tôi tuyển chọn, các giáo viên có thể an tâm về mặt chất lượng để có nhiều thời gian giúp học sinh hiểu vai trò và cách sử dụng các Infinitive, Gerund, Passive infinitive, qua đó có thể sử dụng chúng trong câu một cách chính xác nhất. Hy vọng rằng với những bài giảng này, thầy và trò sẽ cùng nhau xây dựng những tiết học tốt nhất.

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Nội dung Text: Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 Unit 3: A party

  1. I. Warm up:
  2. I. Warm up: a) Write the sense which help you now about the following things.
  3. I. Warm up: Senses 1. The softness of a leather briefcase Touch 2. The fragrance of a rose 3. The color of a new shirt Smell 4. The sound of a doorbell Sight 5. The flavor a birthday cake Hearing Taste
  4. I. Warm up: b) Read the texts and put the verbs in parentheses in the correct form.
  5. I. Warm up: When I (1) (be) a little boy I was (2) used to wander in the woods by the river (use) flowing though my village. In spring, I (3) (love) watching a variety of bush and plants (4) loved (grow) in the sun light and (5) grow (listen) to newly-born birds (6) (chirp) in their nest high on the trees. listened chirp
  6. II. Before you read: You have attended parties several times so far. As a Vietnamese, are you sure you have had courtesy manners at a party table? Add two more Vietnamese table manners that you should observe at a party in your locality.
  7. II. Before you read: 1. The blunt ends of the chopsticks are sometimes used to transfer food from a common dish to your own plate or bowl (never to your mouth.) 2. Decide what to pick up before reaching it with chopsticks. Do not hover or poke around looking for special ingredients. After you have picked up an item, do not put it back in the dish.
  8. II. Before you read: 3. Never stab chopsticks into a bowl of rice, leaving them standing upwards resembling the incense sticks used as offerings to deceased family members. 4. It is a sign of respect to invite and pass food to the elderly first before the dinner stars.
  9. III. While you read: a) Complete table with what you should observe and what you shouldn’t when attending a British-hosted party. The first one has been done for you.
  10. III. While you read: Do’s Don’t s  Chew with mouth  1. Talk while chewing closed Refrain from coughing  Rest elbows on the table  2. or sneezing at the table while there is food Lift soup by the spoon  Use fingers except in the  in movements away  3. case of bread and other  from yourself, not  similar foods toward
  11. III. While you read: Do’s Don’t s Put your cutlery to the side of  Prepare the next  your plate at the four and eight o’  mouthful while still  4. clock position, on opposite sides  eating the one  of the plate, then the waiter won’t  before remove your plate. Put your cutlery in the twelve  5. o’clock position when you have  Lick the knife finished. Cross the cutlery diagonally on  Tuck the napkin  6. the plate after cutting the food and  into the collar conveying it to the mouth
  12. III. While you read: Do’s Don’t s Place your hands on your lap  7. until the mouthful is completely  finished Use the fork to convey any solid  8. food to the mouth Remove the teaspoon from the  9. cup before drinking
  13. III. While you read: b) Read the extract again. Explain what the italicized words in the following sentences refer to.
  14. III. While you read: 1. As a result, they tend to reinforce cultural standards. . They refers to parties.
  15. III. While you read: 2. This is especially true of table manners, a type of etiquette used when eating. A type of etiquette is a way of explaining table manners.
  16. III. While you read: 3. The following are a few basic British table manners. The following refers to the information coming after the phrase – the do’s and don’t s which follow.
  17. III. While you read: c) Find words or phrase in the extract that express meanings similar to those provided.
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