GREETINGS, LEAVE -TAKINGS AND INTRODUCTIONS

Elaborado por: M.Ed. Katherine Williams Jimènez Asesora de Inglés

Abstract:There are many ways to say hello, good bye and Introduce people in English. Some expressions are best used in formal situations and others are more familiar in tone. Content: Greetings, Leave-Takings and Introductions

Listening Presentation

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Ways of Saying Hello
There are lots of different ways of saying hello to people you know and . people you don't know. Here are the best ones to learn and use.

Ways of saying Good Bye
There are many things that you can say in English when you are leaving somebody. Here are ten of the most common phrases.

Introducing People
There are also many ways to introduce to other people. In this case it is also important to pay attention to registers.

Ideas on teaching
Classroom Procedures:
1. Begin the lesson by playing a song related, where students can listen to some of the expressions presented . The Bleattles song “HELLO GOOD BYE” is recomended

Lyrics

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2. Write students’ names and their on opposite sides of index cards. 3. Teacher models introductions by saying “Hello, my name is .”

4. Each student introduces himself/herself. “Hello, my name is .”
5. Teach steps 2 and 3 using informationion side of the index card. “I am from .” 6. Teacher models farewells. Ex. good bye, bye-bye, see you Later, Have a nice day, Have a good weekend, etc.

7. Pair students and have them introduce each other. “This is my classmate/friend, .” “He/she is from .”

“Nice to meet you ________________.”
“Nice to meet you, too.” 8. Students practice dialogs in pairs, substituting a variety of greetings and farewells (good morning, good night, etc.). 9. Have students present their dialogues to the class

Time for Practice

Activity 1 Conversation Topics
Directions: Talking to your family and friends is fun. Read each question carefully and circle the correct word or words for each question. There may be more than one correct answer! 1. You can talk with your friend about a. Your vacation b. How work is going c. A secret 2. Which of these do you discuss with your doctor? a. A headache b. A medical problem c. Your new clothes

3. You can ask your teacher about a. Homework b. A movie c. Personal problems 4. Which topics can you discuss with your neighbor? a. Your paycheck b. Weekend plans c. Medical information 5. What can you talk about with your co-worker? a. Vacation plans b. Money problems c. Church activities
ANSWER KEY: 1. a, b, c 2. a, b 3. a, b, c 4. b 5. a, c

Activity 2 Conversation Steps
Directions: You will have fun talking with your family and friends when you know how to have a conversation. Read the sentences below and fill in the blank with the correct word or words. Word Bank:
greeting two voice pause end

1. Maintain the appropriate distance of about __________ feet between you and the person you're talking to. 2. Start the conversation with an appropriate _________________________. 3. Make one or two comments, then ___________________ to give the other person a chance to talk. 4. ___________________ the conversation appropriately. 5. During a conversation you should use a quiet ________________________.
ANSWER KEY: 1. two 2. greeting 3. pause 4. end 5. voice L1A3 Page 3 of 12

Activity 3 Manners
Directions: Find the vocabulary words and circle them. VOCABULARY:
-Excuse me -Please -Thank you -I'm sorry I'm glad -Welcome It's - OK -You're great -Pardon me

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Activity 4 Starting a Conversation
Directions: Here are some ways you can start a conversation with a friend! Read the sentences below and match the sentence with the correct Picture Symbol. 1. Hi! 2. What have you been up to? 3. How are you? 4. Hey, how’s it going? 5. Did you get a haircut? 6. Good morning.

Ending a Conversation
Directions: Here are some ideas of things you can say to end your conversation. Read the sentences below and match each to the correct Picture Symbol.

1. Goodbye. 2. I have to go home now. 3. Have a nice day. 4. I have to run. 5. Goodnight. 6. See ya’ later alligator.

Rules for Taking

ANSWER KEY: 1. N 2. Y 3. Y 4. N 5. Y 6. Y 7. N 8. N YES NO

Recursos
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