- vocabulaire français / anglais (Ac. Aix-Marseille)
"Listen to the two dialogues ... or read a transcript of
INTERACTIVE activities :
requests - Who would make these requests?
ex : "Could you tell me how much it costs?
a) a boss to a secretary
b) a customer to a sales person
c) a visitor to a company
d) a policeman to a prisoner"
" Match the phrases on the left with the correct response on
Bunny's Carrot Soup - "Read the story then
reorder the sentences."
Activity created by: Renée Maufroid
- Polite speech
"All these phrases are used over the telephone.
Match the phrases on the left with their responses on the right.
Choose the correct response from the drop-down list."
Activities TO PRINT :
- Saying Thank you
Can I think about the times I say thank you?
What happened to me?
Who did I say thank you to?
- LEARN WITH DRAWINGS : MANNERS
(dessins et questions) - (erp.oissel.onac.org)
"Students form groups and look at the list of requests on the handout.
They need to sort the request forms into three categories: Very
Polite, Moderately Polite and Not Very Polite."
Lesson plans :
POLITESSE d'après Wings 3eLV1 - Part 6 - Lesson 2
proposée par Céline
Roos (Académie de Strasbourg)
Lessons Using Movies (iteslj.org)
- Politeness in Movies
- RUDE AWAKENING FOR BRUMMIIES
- a lesson plan
Language functions: reading comprehension; discussing issues
Topic: manners / UK towns
Grammar: comparative and superlative adjectives
- with Teacher's Notes
Conversation Questions :
- "Punctuality is the POLITENESS of kings." (Louis XVIII