Project One Introductions and Greetings ’ Learning Objectives making introductions and greetings making introductions to other people in accordance with business etiquette Learning Focus 1. to know how to initiate a conversation 2.to master the way to establish relations Task 1 Making self-introductions Part 1 Discussion 1. Read the two pictures and work out What are they doing? Introductions and greetings How are they doing? shake hands, smile, make eyecontact, bend body, exchange business card What are they saying? Glad to meet you Steps for making introductions and greetings in English Speaker A: --- Hi ! (greeting) My name is/ I am Meimei. ( presenting one’s name) Nice to meet you. (showing willingness for the meeting) Speaker B: ---Nice to meet you, too ! (responding with showing happiness) My name is/ I am Linda. ( presenting one’s name ) Ways to greet each other Good morning! (afternoon, evening) How do you do? /How are you? Good/Nice/Glad/Pleased to see/meet you! What a pleasant surprise! Haven’t seen you for some time. Long time no see! How are you? How are you doing? How are things with you? How is everything (going with you)? How are you getting on? How are you keeping? How have you been? Responses to greetings Fine, thank you. And you? Very well, thanks. And you? Not too bad, thanks. All right, thanks. Just so so. Same as usual. Not very well，I’m afraid. Can’t complain. (还过得去) Part 2. Role play Practice with partners as you are at a business meeting, where you are strangers to each other. Part 3. Demonstration Part 4. Discussion on demonstration with such questions: 1) Is there any room for improving ? 2) What suggestion would you make? Part 5. To sum it up Not only verbal devices should be employed, non-verbal devices are also required in self introduction, such as hand shake, smile, bend body, offer business card, and etc. Part 2 Listening 1. Listen to the recording and then finish the conversation on Page 5. 2. 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It is the northernmost island group in Polynesia(中 太平洋岛群), occupying most of an archipelago in the central Pacific Ocean, southwest of the continental United States, southeast of Japan, and northeast of Australia. Hawaii’s natural and diverse scenery, warm tropical climate, abundance of public beaches and oceanic surroundings, and active volcanoes make it a popular destination for tourists, surfers, biologists, and volcanologists alike. Part 2 Listening 1. First listening and match the guests’ names to the office. Name 1)Anopow 2)Brown 3)Hernandez 4)Singh 5)Narayan 6)Yin 7)Pousset Office Beijing New Delhi Colombia Moscow New Delhi Brussels New York 2. Listen to the tape twice. Suggested answer: Name 1) Moscow, 2) New York, 3) Colombia, 4) New Delhi, 5) New Delhi, 6) Beijing, 7) Brussels Part 3 Role play Situation one: Suppose you are Ms/Mr Lee from Singapore. You have never been to Fujitsu conference before. Introduce yourself formally to the receptionist. Situation two: Suppose you are Ms/Mr Johnson from Chicago. You came to the annual conference of ABC Company last year and met many friends at this year’s meeting. Greet the receptionist. 2. Demonstration and comment. Task 3 Introducing other people Part 1 Listening 1.Complete the conversation with the phrases in the box. Cream and sugar, please. He works in Milan. How are things? Pleased to meet you, Mr Toncini. Have a seat, Giovanni, Do you know Brian Turner? Suggested answer: 1) How are you? 2) do you know Brian Turner? 3) He works in Milan. 4) Please to meet you, Mr. Tokini. 5) Have a seat, Giovanni. 6) Cream and sugar, please. 2. Role play based on the completed conversation on Page 8. (5’) 3. Group discussion: Making introduction is a common practice in business career. How can we do that? Here are some tips: If there are people who are different in ages, sex, positions and etc, you Introduce the visited one to the visiting one first. (向来访者介绍被访者) Introduce the junior positioned one to the senior one first. (向高职位者介绍低职位者) Introduce the younger one to the elder one first. （向长者介绍年幼者） Introduce the male to the female first. (先向女士介绍男士) After conducting introduction, the introducer usually should find an excuse as to leave the new acquaintances to chat. Part 2 Language focus 1.Study the examples in the box. Situation : Introduce Ms/Mr Smith to your sales manager, Ms/Mr Richards who is from Sydney. Ms/Mr Smith is from HongKong and works for the Shanghai Bank. Situational dialogues: work in groups, make dialogues according to the following situations in a proper way, and remember to use the expressions we learnt. Situation One: A kowns B and C, but B doesn’t know C. Introduce B to C. Situation Two: A kowns B but doesn’t know C. Introduce C to A. Situation Three: Introduce Ms/Mr Smith to your sales manager, Ms/Mr Richards who is from Sydney. Ms/Mr Smith is from HongKong and works for the Shanghai Bank Steps: greeting---responding to greeting--introducing other people---giving information about other people---the other two introducing each other Sum-up In this project, we learnt: 1. How to properly make a self introduction as to establish a relationship. 2. How to properly make others known each other by an introduction. 3. In communication, non-verbal devices are required and important. Assignment 1. Make dialogues according to the steps we learnt in class. 2. Learn all the names of countries and cities by heart.