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					  GREETING, INTRODUCING AND LEAVE TAKING

Objectives:
After learning this lesson, the students will be able to:
1. express greeting, introduction, and leave taking.
2. introduce oneself and others
3. understand oral introductions
4. understand oral instructions of making some food.
5. have interview about food recipes
6. understand a written recipe of some foods
7. master vocabularies related to food recipes
8. understand short functional text (table) about food recipes
9. write a food recipe
10. master simple present tense.



SPOKEN CYCLE
A. Building Knowledge of Field
Task 1
Study the following pictures
                               Greetings from Around the World
Talk about these questions

1. Which greetings are typical in your country?
   ______________________________________________________________________
2. Can you name a country for each greeting?
   ______________________________________________________________________
3. What do you usually do to greet other people?
   ______________________________________________________________________
4. Is kissing on cheek customary in the country? Do you agree? Why?
   ______________________________________________________________________


Task 2
Listen to your English teacher. She/he is introducing herself. Fill in the missing words while
listening to her/him and then compare your answer with your partner.



              Hello. Good morning ___________ (1), it’s nice to _______________(2)
      you all. Well, my name is _________________(3). You can _____________ (4)
      me ___________. I have been _____________(5) English for about _______
      (6) years. I was born in ________________(7) on ____________________(8).
      I’m ___________(9) with three ______________(10). My husband is a ______
      (11). My hobby is _____________(12) and my _____________(13) food is
      salad. I live in _____________(14). That’s all. Thanks you.




Task 3
Listen to your friend’s introduction. Fill in the table with the information you get.

                                 PERSONAL DATA
  Name                    : _____________________         Mother           : _______________
  Place/date of birth     : _____________________         Brother          : _______________
  Address                 : _____________________         Sister           : _______________
  Job                     : _____________________         Hobby            : _______________
  Father                  : _____________________         Likes/Dislikes   : _______________
B. Modelling of the Text

Task 5
Read the report below then answer the questions.
                        Meeting and Greeting Customs
How do you think the people in these countries greet each other?
      here are many different greeting                        The Philippines

T     customs around the world.
      Here are some.

              Chile                            The everyday greeting for friends is a
                                               handshake for both men and women. Men
                                               sometimes pat each other on the back.
People usually shake hands when they
meet for the first time. When two women                       Korea
first meet, they sometimes give one kiss on
the cheek (They actually “kiss the air”).
Women also greet both male and female          Men bow slightly and shake hands to greet
friends with a kiss. Chilean men give their    each other. Women do not usually shake
friends warm abrazos (hugs) or sometimes       hands, to address, someone with his or her
kiss women on the cheek.                       full name, the family name comes first, then
                                               the first name.
              Finland                                          The United States


                                               People shake hands when they are first
Finns greet each other with. a firm            introduced. Friends and family members
handshake Hugs and kisses are only for         often hug or kiss on the cheek when they
close friends and family.                      see each other. In these situations, men
                                               often kiss women but not other men.
How do these people greet each other in your country? Do as the example.
   1.    A child and her mother. The child kisses her mother’s hand.
   2.    Two male friends ……………………………………………………………………..
   3.    A male and female …………………………………………………………………….
   4.    Two strangers ………………………………………………………………………..
   5.    Two female friends……………………………………………………………………..

The names of person sometimes show the gender. Write some person’s names which belong to
male or female both in Indonesian and West culture. One has been done for you.

 MALE                                            FEMALE

 1. Siti Fatimah                                 1. Abdullah

 2. Elisabeth                                    2. John Travolta




Task 6
According to the article, in which country or countries are the following true? Check () the
correct statement.
                                                                        The               The
                                                 Chile   Finland                  Korea
                                                                    Philippines           USA
   1. People shake hands every time they
      meet.
   2. Women do not shake hands
   3. Women kiss at the first meeting
   4. Men hug or pat each other on the back
   5. Women kiss male friends
   6. The family name comes first



                                  1. INTRODUCING YOURSELF
Task 7
Study and practice the dialogue then answer the questions below.

Syifa     :   Good morning.
Akbar     :   Good morning.
Syifa     :   Excuse me, is anybody sitting here?
Akbar     :   Oh no, sit down please
Syifa     :   Thank you. How do you do. I’m Salsabilla, but please call me Salsa.
Akbar     :   How do you do. My name is Ahmad. Nice to meet you, Salsa
Syifa     :   Glad to meet you. Are you from Aceh?
Akbar     :   Yes, but I have been here since I was 6 years old .
Syifa     :   It’s interesting to talk about Aceh, but the bell’s ringing.
          It’s time for first lesson. See you later.
Akbar   : So long.

A. Questions
1. How many people are there in the dialog?
   …………………………………………
2. Where do you think the conversation might take place?
   ........................................................
3. When do they meet?
   ........................................................
4. Can you find the, expression of greeting and leave taking in the dialogue? Underline them.
   ......................................................
5. Can you find the expression of introducing oneself? Underline them.
   ......................................................

                                 2. INTRODUCING PEOPLE
Task 8
Listen and practice.
Sarah : Hi, Tom, How’s everything?
Tom     : Not bad. How are you?
Sarah : Pretty good, thanks.
Tom     : Sarah, this is Paulo. He’s from Brazil.
Sarah : Hello, Paulo. How do you do?
Paulo : Hello how do you do. It’s nice to meet you.
Sarah : Nice to meet you too. Oh, are you studying English?
Paulo : Nice to meet you too. I am in engineering.
Sarah : Are you and Tom in the same class?
Paulo : No, No, we aren’t. But we’re on the same volleyball team.

Questions:
1. How many people are there in the dialogue?
   _______________________________
2. What’s the relation between Tom and Sarah?
   _______________________________
3. What does Paulo study?
   _______________________________
4. Does Tom introduce his friend to Sarah?
   _______________________________
5. What does Tom say to introduce them?
   _______________________________
6. Mention some expressions used for introduction, greeting and leave-taking. Write your
   answers in the table.
       No        Expression                    Example                     Responses
   1        Greetings

   2        Leave-taking

   3        Introducing oneself



   LANGUAGE FUNCTION                        Greeting, introduction, leave- taking


When we want to introduce ourselves, we need to know some expressions related to it. Study
the following expressions.

1. Some phrases / sentences used for initiating the conversations.
   a. Nice day, isn’t it?
   b. Horrible weather, we’re having.
   c. Excuse me, is anybody sitting here?
   d. Excuse me, have you got the light?
   e. Uh, could you help me, I’m looking for . . . .
   f. What do you think of…


2. How to greet people

   a. To people whom you don’t know, say:              The responses:
      a. Hello, it’s nice to meet you                  a. Hello, it’s nice to meet you, too
      b. Hello, I’m happy to meet you                  b. Hello, I’m happy to meet you, too
      c. Hello, I’m pleased to meet you                c. Hello, I’m pleased to meet you, too
      d. Hello, I’m glad to meet you                   d. Hello, I’m glad to meet you, too
      e. Hello, how do you do                          e. Hello, how do you do.

   b. To people whom you don’t know, say:              The responses:
      a. Hello, good morning                           a. Hello, good morning
          (until about lunch time 12 midday to         b. Hello, good afternoon
          1 am)                                        c. Hello, good evening
      b. Hello, good Afternoon                         d. Good night
          (until tea time or just after 5 to 6 p.m.)
      c. Hello, Good Evening
          (until about 9 p.m.)
      d. Good night
          (When going to bed)

   c. When you know the person a little better, The responses are :
      say :                                     a. Fine thanks
      a. How are you?                           b. I’m just fine, thanks
      b. How is everything with you             c. Pretty well, thanks
      c. How are you getting on?                d. Ok, thanks
      d. How is life?                           e. Not so bad, thanks
      e. How are you keeping                  f. Very well thank you
                                              g. Everything is ok, thank you
                                              h. Everything runs very well, thanks.

                                              If you are not well, you say
                                              a. I’m not feeling too well
                                               b. I’m not too well
                                               c. Not very well
                                               d. I’m afraid
   d. When leaving your friends you say:       a. All the best
      a. Good bye                              b. Cheerio
      b. See you later                         b. Have a good trip
      c. See you soon                          c. Enjoy yourself
      d. See you tomorrow                      d. Have a good time
      e. Good luck                             e. Take it easy
                                               f. Have a pleasant journey


3. How to introduce yourself
   Here are some common patterns used for introducing yourself.
   a. May I introduce my self
      My name is ___________________________
      I’m __________________________________
   b. Excuse me, how do you do? I don’t think we’ve met before.
      My name is ___________________________
      I’m __________________________________
   c. First, let me introduce myself. _________________________
   d. Allow me to introduce myself. _________________________
   e. I’d like to introduce myself. _________________________
   f. Hi ! I’m __________________________

4. How to introduce others (people)
   If you are introducing people who have not met each other before, you can use the
   following expressions.
   a. This is Mr. Badaruddin. This is Mr. Hartono
   b. May I introduce you to Miss Indah? This is Miss Tata
   c. Let me introduce our new director, Miss Kirana Rini
   d. I’d like you to meet Mr. Affandi
   e. Allow me to introduce Mr. Joko, our new consultant
   f. Ladies and gentlemen, I have a great pleasure in introducing our guest speaker,
        Professor Joko Nurkamto.

				
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