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Shining Fluency Intermediate

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MAP Unit 4a: Bad manners?

Who do you think...?

Warming-up

Two truths and a lie

Warming-up

1. I was given a college scholarship.2. One of my videos went viral.3. I moved out when I was 5.

How much do you know about me?

How much do you remember about your classmates?

Warming-up

Table topics

Warming-up

Pass the word

Vocabulary revision

GUESS THE WORDThe game is played in teams. You get a word and you need to give clues so that your team guess it. You cannot use the word or any of its parts. You have one minute to explain three words. Your team get a point for every correctly guessed word. Every member of the team gets a turn. Then, you need to guess your teammate’s words. Get extra points at the end of the game if you make sentences with the words you guessed.

00:00

Vocabulary revision

Grammar casino

Grammar revision

Kahoot!

Grammar revision

How to start a conversation with a stranger

LET'S GET STARTED

Let’s learn some conversation starters!

Let’s learn some conversation starters!

Let’s learn some conversation starters!

Breakout Rooms

In pairs, decide how you would answer the conversation starters below. Try to show that you are open to a longer conversation!

conversation starters

  • When was the last time you talked to a stranger? What did you talk about?
  • You are going to watch a video about a man who decided to talk to a hundred strangers. Would you like to do an experiment like this? Why/Why not?

I became friends with 100 strangers in a day

Watch the first part of the video (to 00:37) and choose the answer which best summarizes what the man thinks.

I became friends with 100 strangers in a day

Before watching the second part, try to guess the answers to the questions below. Then, watch the second part of the video (00:37-03:09) and check if you were right.

I became friends with 100 strangers in a day

Match what the man said to the person or people he said it to.

I became friends with 100 strangers in a day

Pick a situation from the list and think of a way to start a conversation .

Now it's your turn!

In pairs, Student A start a conversation. Student B responds. Continue the conversation for as long as you can.

Student B

Student A

Now it's your turn!

Exit ticket

Let's get started: Discuss these questions

Warming-up

Phone language

Vocabulary

Solve exercise 1a: Listen and match what you hear to the sentences

Let's work on page 36 SB

Ask and answer the questions giving as much information as possible.

Interaction

Reading

Listening

Grammar: Obligation and prohibition

Read the comments and match the highlighted phrases to their meanings.

Obligation and prohibition

Mustn't vs don't have to

Must vs Have to

VERSUS

Advice or opinion: should/shouldn't

  • Let's play a game
  • Solve exercises on page 138

Let's practise!

Exit ticket

  • Page 26 WB vocabulary
  • Pages 27 and 28 WB grammar

Homework

MAP Unit 4a: Bad manners?

Page 26 WB

Vocabulary

  • What happened during a performance of Messiah at the National Music Auditorium in Madrid?
  • Where was the person with the phone sitting?
  • What did the conductor do?

Reading

Grammar: Obligation and prohibition

Read the comments and match the highlighted phrases to their meanings.

Obligation and prohibition

Mustn't vs don't have to

Must vs Have to

VERSUS

Advice or opinion: should/shouldn't

  • Let's play a game
  • Solve exercises on page 138

Let's practise!

Silent consonants

Pronunciation

Annoying things

Speaking

Exit ticket

Page 27 and 28 WB

Page 38 SB

Homework

Let's read the introduction together and discuss these questions:

  • What happened during a performance of Messiah at the National Music Auditorium in Madrid?
  • Where was the person with the phone sitting?
  • What did the conductor do?

a conductor /kənˈdʌktə/ (= a person who stands in front of an orchestra and directs their performance).

A phone went off while he was playing. He stopped playing, and then played the ringtone on his viola.

a conductor /kənˈdʌktə/ (= a person who stands in front of an orchestra and directs their performance).