customs and norms
To provide practice of to be supposed to, to be expected to, ought to in the context of daily norms and social behaviour
To provide practice of social norms in the context of job interviews, dates, weddings, etc.
Procedure (65-81 minutes)
the teacher asks students to describe themselves on two sides of a sheet of paper
The teachers ask students to work in groups of 2 or 3 and come up with a list of items that are peculiar to their country and culture.
Students then discuss the items with their teacher and are given the proper vocab items in the context. The teacher makes timely corrections.
The teacher then writes some sample sentences on the board, highlighting what is there to be presented to the students.
The teacher then presents the target language and clarifies it in terms of meaning and form
The students are then asked to choose a context and speak about the norms using the target language in situations like job interviews, dates and meeting etiquettes.
Students are asked to tell the class about a noticeable or embarrassing situation they have experienced in their lives.