4 FORMAL AND INFORMAL GREETINGS: GREETING FORMAL INFORMAL HELLO Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Hello, (name). Hello! Hey! Hi, (name) Hi there. Hello. Morning. Yo! What s up?
5 FORMAL AND INFORMAL GREETINGS: GREETING FORMAL INFORMAL ANSWERING (after Hello greeting) How are you? How are you doing? How are you this morning/afternoon/evening? What s new? What s going on? How are ya? How have you been? What have you been up to? Whatcha been up to?
6 FORMAL AND INFORMAL GREETINGS: GREETING FORMAL INFORMAL RESPONSES Very well, thank you. And you? I am well. And you? Thank you for asking. Nothing much. You? Not a whole lot. Just chilling. Just watching TV. I m good. You? Not bad. Nothing to complain about.
7 FORMAL AND INFORMAL GREETINGS: GREETING FORMAL INFORMAL GOODBYE Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. It was nice talking with you. Goodbye. Have a great day. I hope to see you again soon. Take care. Bye. See ya. See you later. Later. Great seeing you. Have a good one. Have fun. Take it easy.
8 FORMAL GREETING DIALOGUE MARY BILL MARY BILL MARY Good morning, Bill. How are you this morning? Good morning, Mary. I am well, thank you. And you? Very well. It was nice talking with you. I hope to see you again soon. Have a great day.
9 INFORMAL GREETING DIALOGUE MARY BILL MARY BILL MARY Hey, Bill. What s up? Nothing much. What have you been up to? Not a whole lot. Just chilling. Well, great seeing you. Yeah. Take it easy.
10 PRACTICE GREETINGS Get up. Move around. Practice with 5 different students Formal and Informal Do something different if you want
11 INTRODUCTIONS: Tell someone who you are Learn someone s name Make friends Start conversations
12 FORMAL AND INFORMAL INTRODUCTIONS: INTRODUCTION FORMAL INFORMAL INTRODUCING YOURSELF Good morning, I am Bill Jones. My name is Bill. And yours? Let me introduce myself. I m Mary. I m Bill. And you? Hi, I m Mary. What s your name?
13 FORMAL AND INFORMAL INTRODUCTIONS: INTRODUCTION FORMAL INFORMAL INTRODUCING SOMEONE ELSE I would like to introduce you to my friend, Bill. Have you met my mother, Mariah? Bill, I would like you to meet my boss, Mr. Smith. May I introduce you to my sister, Beatrice? Bill, this is my friend, Jim. Do you know Mary? This is Ana. Have you guys met? I d like you to meet Jack.
14 FORMAL AND INFORMAL INTRODUCTIONS: INTRODUCTION FORMAL INFORMAL RESPONSES How do you do? It s a pleasure to meet you. I am pleased to meet you. Nice to meet you. Good morning, Mr. Smith. Nice meeting you. Hey, Mary. How ya doing? What s up?
15 FORMAL AND INFORMAL INTRODUCTIONS: INTRODUCTION FORMAL INFORMAL LEAVING It was nice meeting you. It was a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Smith. Nice meeting you, Mary. Good to know you, Bill. Take it easy.
16 FORMAL INTRODUCTION DIALOGUE BILL MARY Good morning. My name is Bill. And yours? I am pleased to meet you, Bill. My name is Mary. BILL It s a pleasure to meet you, Mary. MARY BILL I am pleased to meet you, too, Bill. Have a great day.
17 INFORMAL INTRODUCTION DIALOGUE BILL Hi. I m Bill. What s your name? MARY BILL MARY BILL I m Mary. Hey, Mary. How ya doing? Not bad. Nothing to complain about. Nice meeting you, Mary.
18 PRACTICE INTRODUCTIONS Get up. Move around. Practice with 5 different students Formal and Informal Do something different if you want
19 SMALL TALK: What to talk about Safe subjects Subjects to avoid Starting Conversations
20 SMALL TALK: WEATHER Beautiful day, isn t it? Can you believe all the rain we have been having? Do you think it will rain/snow? I hear they re calling for thunderstorms all weekend. Couldn t ask for a nicer day, could we? It sure would be nice to be in Hawaii right about now, wouldn t it?
21 SMALL TALK: CURRENT EVENTS Did you see the news this morning? Did you hear about that fire on 4 th Street? I read in the paper this morning that they re opening a new ice cream shop. I heard on the radio that the Broncos are looking for a new quarterback. Did you see the Broncos last night?
22 SMALL TALK: AT A SOCIAL EVENT Got plans for the weekend? I don t know about you, but it s been a long week. So, how do you know Bill? Have you tried the burritos yet? Nice place, isn t it? I like your shoes. Where did you get them?
23 SMALL TALK: OUTDOORS How old is your baby? What is your dog s name? The flowers are beautiful, aren t they? Nice day to be outside, isn t it? Think it s going to rain?
24 SMALL TALK: WAITING SOMEWHERE The bus must be running late. If I knew the line was going to be this long, I would have booked a hotel room. How long have you been waiting? At least it s air-conditioned. You know, this line is moving pretty quickly, isn t it?
25 SMALL TALK: WAITING SOMEWHERE The bus must be running late. If I knew the line was going to be this long, I would have booked a hotel room. How long have you been waiting? At least it s air-conditioned. You know, this line is moving pretty quickly, isn t it?
26 SMALL TALK: AVOID Politics (Trump, Middle East, Immigration) Money (How much you or others make) Religion Sex Too personal (Age, weight, anything negative about a person, gossip)
27 HOMEWORK: Bring to class on Friday: Five greetings, introductions, small talk subjects you heard, remember, do not understand
29 MOTHER BEAR S ROBIN
30 NARRATOR 1 MOTHER BEAR LITTLE ROBIN MOTHER BEAR LITTLE ROBIN NARRATOR 2 LITTLE ROBIN NARRATOR 1 NARRATOR 2 One spring day, when Mother Bear was little, she found a baby robin in the garden. A baby robin too little to fly. Oh, how sweet you are. Where did you come from? From my nest. And where is your nest, Little Robin? I think it is up there. No, that was a bluebird s nest. Maybe it is over there. No, that was an oriole s nest. Mother Bear looked all over but could not find a robin s nest. 1
31 MOTHER BEAR NARRATOR 1 You can live with me. You can be my robin. She took Little Robin in the house and made a little home for him. LITTLE ROBIN NARRATOR 2 LITTLE ROBIN MOTHER BEAR NARRATOR 1 NARRATOR 2 NARRATOR 1 2 Please put me by the window. I like to look out at the trees and the sky. Mother Bear put Little Robin by the window. Oh! It must be fun to fly out there. It will be fun to fly in here, too! Little Robin ate. He grew. He sang. Soon, he could fly. He flew around the house. And it was fun, like Mother Bear said it would be. But then one day, Little Robin was not happy.
32 MOTHER BEAR LITTLE ROBIN MOTHER BEAR LITTLE ROBIN MOTHER BEAR LITTLE ROBIN NARRATOR 2 MOTHER BEAR NARRATOR 1 Why are you so sad, Little Robin? I don t know. My heart is sad. Sing a song. I cannot. Fly around the house. I cannot. Mother Bear s eyes filled with tears. She took Little Robin outside and into the garden. I love you, Little Robin. But I want you to be happy. Fly away, if you wish. You are free! The robin flew far up into the sky. 3
33 NARRATOR 2 NARRATOR 1 LITTLE ROBIN NARRATOR 2 LITTLE BEAR GRANDMOTHER BEAR LITTLE BEAR He sang a high, sweet song. Then Little Robin came down and sat on Mother Bear s finger. Do not be sad. I love you, too. I must fly out into the world, but I will come back. I will come back every year. So Mother Bear kissed Little Robin, and he flew away. And he came back, Grandmother. Didn t he? Oh, yes, Little Bear! He came back. And his children came back. And his children s children, too. Here is one now. Ah! I would have let Little Robin go free, too, Grandmother. Just as Mother Bear did. Hurray! Here is Grandfather. GRANDMOTHER BEAR Then it is coffee time. 4
34 NARRATOR 1 NARRATOR 2 LITTLE BEAR GRANDFATHER BEAR LITTLE BEAR GRANDFATHER BEAR LITTLE BEAR NARRATOR 1 Grandmother Bear went into the house. Grandfather Bear looked at Little Bear. Little Bear looked at Grandfather Bear. They both laughed. Tell me a goblin story, Grandfather. Yes, if you will hold my paw. I will not be scared. No. But I may be scared. Oh, Grandfather! Begin the story. So, Grandfather Bear began his story. 5
36 INTRODUCTIONS: WHAT IS YOUR NAME WHERE YOU ARE FROM
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