know about offering help, accepting help and refusing help.
sign to the students to be quiet. then start a free talk with the students.
1.if you go to a shop, what does the shop assistant usually say to you?
can/may/shall i help you?
what can i do for you?
2.if you see your teacher carrying a pile of books, what should you say to her/him?
would you like some help?
would you like me to carry them for you?
3.when your mother is cooking, the salt happens to be used up, what would say to your mother?
would you like me to go downstairs to buy a pack of salt for you?
today we are going to listen to a dialogue between dr yang and mr. lee. dr yang is one of the speakers invited to a conference. mr. lee, an organizer of the conference, is meeting him at the airport.
ask the students to listen to the tape, with questions given before the listening.
the first listening:
what does mr. lee do for dr yang?
he would like to help dr yang to carry the boxes and the bag.
1. what does mr. lee say when he would like to off help to dr yang?
can i take these boxes for you?
would you like me to carry it?
is there anything else i can do for you?
2. what are the answers of dr yang?
thanks. that’s very kind.
no, thanks. i can manage it myself.
no, thank you. thank you for all your help.
to offer help:
can / may / shall i help you?
what can i do for you?
to accept help:
thank you for your help. .
that’s very kind of you.
to refuse help:
it’s all right, thank you.
it’s ok with me. i can manage.
1. play the tape the third time and let the students read after it.
2.let the students to practise the dialogue in pairs and encourage them to act it out.
ask the students to retell the dialogue in the third person form.
1. learn the dialogue in 2 practice on page 13.
2. work in pairs. follow the dialogue at the bottom of page 13 and offer to do things for each other..
ask the students to make dialogues to practice offering help, accepting help or refusing help.
one of your classmates is a green hand in playing table tennis, football, volleyball, or basketball, and would like to offer some help.
one of your friends doesn’t know how to use the computer, copier, camera, and you would like to offer him/her dome.
step vi homework
1.finish off the workbook exercises.
2.prepare lesson 10.