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  • Unit 2Arranging SeatsPart 1:Dialogues

  • Study AimsknowledgeLearn related specialized vocabularies and practical expressions abilitiesability to make a simple and accurate communication in this situation AffectionObtain the sense of being a Cabin Attendant

  • Importants and DifficultiesImportants1 specialized vocabularies and practical expressions 2 make a simple and accurate communication in this situationDifficultiesmake a simple and accurate communication in this situation

  • Review key words learnt for new lessonAisle in the front / middle /rear cabinan aisle / a window /middle seatThe 3rd 5th 12th row

    Overhead locker

  • Step 1:Lead-inYOUR SUBTOPICS GO HERE

  • Step 1:Lead-in

    What will you say if someone has taken the wrong seat?

  • Step 2 Presentation1 Discussion for Arranging Seats Discuss with your partners: What will you say if someone has taken the wrong seat?

  • 2 New words & expressions---ImportantsStomach: the front part of the body between the chest and thighs; the belly on a full ( an empty) stomach Upset: e.g. Chocolate upset his stomach. adj. He was very upset.Lavatory: washing room / rest room / toilet/ dressing room ,

  • 2 New words & expressions---ImportantsAwfully: 1)very much e.g. thanks awfully for the tea, Mr Oakley. 2) very badly or unpleasantly we played awfully.Upgrading procedures:

  • 2 New words & expressions---ImportantsAppreciate: 1)recognize the full worth of e.g. she feels that he does not appreciate her. 2) understand (a situation) fully; recognize the full implications of e.g. they failed to appreciate the pressure he was under. 3) be grateful for (something)I'd appreciate any information you could give me.

  • Questions for discussionYou are going to talk about passenger reception during boarding. Read the following questions and discuss them with your partner.See Page 12 including Qs 1, 3, 4

  • Questions for discussionWhat would you say to a passenger who is blocking the aisle during boarding?What will you say if someone has taken the wrong seat and the other passenger asks you for help?Will passengers be able to take any seats as they like if there are some empty ones? Why or why not?

  • 4 Words and expressions-- General:Stomach: Uncomfortable Economy Procedure Credit card For the time being Airfare

  • 5 Dialogues studyNow please read Dialogues of your textbooks and find out what you dont understand such as words, phrases or sentences.D1: may I see your boarding pass? Im afraid One row aheadD2:you should be seated in the assigned seat, in order to ensure proper weight and balance for the aircraft during take- off

  • 5 Dialogues studyD3: the legroom here is too narrow to stretch my leg Fully bookedD4: Shall pay by I wonder if May I trouble youD5: Let me check with to see if

  • Step 3: PracticeHere some useful sentences or structures that might find handy in discussing the above questionsSee p12Language Focus

  • Evaluation

  • SummaryCabin attendant should carry out a range of duties:E.g.: Welcoming passengers on board and directing them to their seats.Thats what we have studied today Make a summary about language focus, new words and expressions in the specific situation.

  • Homework

    Situational ConversationsSee P13 item1-5

    Notes: make up short dialoguesfour or five linesthat could develop from these situations