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STOP!!! Table Manners must be taught to people that are coming to Canada worksheet
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STOP!!! Table Manners must be taught to people that are coming to Canada
This was recently brought to my attention by my adult students that they wanted to know the "rules" when dining with native english speakers. They didnīt know how to use the knife(to cut food) or what the other fork was used for and why 2 or 3 spoons. I have given you a basic place setting to use. Feel free to add any rules that your students feel are important.
Level:intermediate Age: 10-17
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Thanks for sharing !! Very useful! posted by
Iīll use it to practise the imperative. These table manner rules are not exclusive for native English speakers, at least in my country we have the same rules and everybody knows how to use a knife.
Brilliant.... I have travelled around the world and know first hand that many countries have VERY different expectations of what is polite and what is not at the dinner table. This would make a great lesson leading into discussion on socialising and expectations can comparing it with what is custom in their countries. I already do a session on politeness in English as I have had a few "tricky" students (adults) who didnīt get that it was not polite to keep interrupting me on every second work I said... answer and talk on their mobiles during sessions, talk over other students etc... I guess when you get a really multi cultural class that the cultural differences really come out!!Great This will definitely be added to that lesson!!!!!! THANK YOU!