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File one It’s my treat

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Text 2:……………………………………………………………..
Find in the wordsearch healthy food items and
unhealthy ones:
Most children love eating fast food .This in-
cludes food such as burgers, pizzas, hotdogs and
fish and chips. Although such food is tasty, but it
does not provide us with enough vitamins ,nutrients
and the calories that our bodies need .This food is
not healthy as it usually contains a lot of
fat .Eating fast food often results in weight again .
Most children often eat hamburgers topped with a
lot of mayonnaise , chips and soda.
A – What I know about food
Write as many words as you know in the second
column:
Go back to the front page and say which food you like.
and which is healthy…………………………………………………………
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Now read the following texts and choose a title for
each among the following:
A- At the restaurant. B- A balanced diet.
C- Eating habits. D. table manners E. Fast Food
Text 1:………………………………………………………………….




Fruit

Vegetables

Drinks

Places

Jobs

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In order to stay healthy, it is important to have
a balanced diet– in other words, food that con-
tains something from each of the five main
groups of food. These groups are protein, car-
bohydrates, fat, vitamins and minerals and
starchy food.
Protein is very important for building our body.
It helps us to build new cells as old ones die.
Meat and dairy products are major sources of
protein, but not the only one– we can also get
protein from fish , eggs and beans.
Carbohydrates and fat are important to ena-
ble us to store energy-they provide fuel for the
body. Carbohydrates are found in sugar..
Our body also needs minerals, such as iron and
calcium and vitamins. Fish, vegetables and milk
contain most of the minerals we need. Vitamins
are found in fresh vegetables and fruits.

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Read the text and do the following activities:
READ ABOUT A HEALTHY DIET
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POTEIN E.g: meat;……………………………………………………………………………………...
CARBOHYDRATES
FAT
MINERALS
VITAMINS

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“An apple a day keeps the doctor
2. Read again and say why the food groups are
important for our health:
Proteins are very important because they help us
build new cells .
Carbohydrates ………………………………………………
Fat ……………………………………………………………………
Minerals……………………………………………………………
Vitamins ..…………………………………………………………
3.Match the words with the definitions :
A . Balanced diet 1. origin
B . Source 2. give/ supply what is needed.
C. Provide 3. keep for future uses
D. Store 4. having the quality and variety of
food necessary for a good health.
4. Read the proverb and explain it.

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a.Reorder the words to get the food pyramid
items :
b. Consider the food pyramid items and say what
you should have every day
at meal times:
To be healthy, I need…………………………………………………...
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Name Description Origin
1.mayonnaise Sauce made from egg yolks and oil Spain
2.tea The bush whose leaves are used to make tea. China
3.chocolate Sweet, hard brown food made from cocoa beans Aztec
4.clementine Fruit Algeria /Oran
5.macaroni A kind of pasta made in the shape of hollow tubes Italy
6. potato most eaten starchy food Southern America
7.pudding Creamy dessert Great Britain
8.cookie Cake America
2.Choose a food item and write about it : ………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Hamburger is a German Word
Many of the names of the food we eat come from other languages. Hamburger ,for example is
a German word. Pizza may be one of your favorite foods . It comes from Ital. Do you know
the origin of the names of some of the foods you eat?
Learn about food origin Session Three
3.Do you know the origins of some Algerian dishes, food items?
Complete the table with three examples then choose to write about one.
Algerian food item Description Town origin
1.

2.

3.


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Example : Tamina
Start like this:
Tamina is eaten everywhere in Algeria . But it is also called zrir. It comes
from …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
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Ordering Food: Eating Out Session Four
What I have learnt:
Look at these sentences. Would
you like to order now?
I’d/ We’d like a bottle of
juice, please.
Can I/ We have the bill,
please?
Now I complete the rule:
Why do we use them?
To ask and answer …………..
 When someone ( at a restau-
rant /in a shop…) asks for
something ,he uses
……………………………...and …………….
for requests
 When someone (A waiter ,
the shop assistant wants to
provide information, offers
or help) he uses
…………………………………………...for
offers
a-The vegetable is carrots.
b-Yes. I’d like a fillet steak with vegetables and
chips .
c-May I take your order now?
d-Anything to drink?
e-Would you like anything else with that?
Fine.
f-Grapes juice, please.
g-Yes, a salad and the vegetables of the day .
1 C
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5 ...
6 ...
7 ...
2- Now read the script two part one p.165 and say which
statements are not in the conversation.
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
1-Reorder the following sentences to get a coherent dialogue :
3 – This is the conversation between Emma and the waiter ,
complete what the waiter says :
Waiter:……………………………………………………………?
Emma: Yes. I’d like a tuna salad, please.
Jack: And can I have a cheeseburger and chips, please?
Waiter: ………………………………………………………….?
Jack: can I have something to drink?
Waiter……………………………………………………………..?
Jack: Juice, please.
Emma: And we’d like a bottle of sparkling mineral water,
please.
Waiter: Yes,of course.
Jack: Excuse me.
Waiter: Yes,
sir…………………………………………………?
Jack: No, thank you. But can we
have the bill, please?
Waiter: Certainly.

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GIVING ADVICE ABOUT TABLE MANNERS Session Five
1) You must sit up straight.
2) You shouldn’t speak with
your mouth full of food.
3) You should eat properly with
a knife and a fork.
4) You should wipe your mouth
before drinking
5) You must chew quietly
6) You mustn’t slurp the food.
7) You shouldn’t forget « thank
you ».
8) You mustn’t sneeze at the
table.
Table manners are important because they ensure that both guests *and hosts* are comfor-
table at the table.
1.Match each picture with the right instruc-
tion

















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When you are invited you are the guest.
When you invite you are the host for
your guests
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h)………………………………………………………………………

i) ………………………………………………………
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2.Now ,Circle the silent letter in the words given below:
pneumatic; knit; plumber ; thumb; handkerchief; hope,
whose, honest; castle; foreign; island; why;
3.Go back to text p.23 and pick out the words with silent letters in each paragraph:
 * Paragraph one : ……………………,…………………….., ……………………,…………………,
 * Paragraph two:……………………,……………………...
 * Paragraph three:…………………..,…………………….
 * Paragraph four: ……………………..,……………;……………………..;
To give strong advice about table manners ,I use the modals……………………………………………………………..
Can we use the imperative? …………………………………………………………………
PRONUNCIATION : Look at the following table about silent letters.
Silent letter When example
b
it folloows the letter M at the end of Dumb /thumb
c When it is part of the cluster ‘scle’ muscle
d
With some words Handkerchief/sandwich/wednesday
e At the end of a word Plate/bite/ hope/..
g Is followed by n’’ Foreign/sign
gh Before ‘t’ Eight / light /height
h
1-Can follow ‘c’,’g’,’k’,’r’or ‘w’ and 2-at 1-Chemist/ghost/khaki//Rhyme /
k Before ‘n’ Knock/ kneel /….
l Before the letters:’d’,’f’,k,or ‘m’ Should,half,talk,salmon
p
With these prefixes ‘pneu’;pseudo, psy Pneumonia/ pseudonym/psychiatry
s Before ’l’ Isle/ aisle
t After ‘s’ and ‘f’ with the adverb often Whistle/fasten
u Before ‘e’ or‘i’ guide
w Usually folled by ‘h’ or ‘r’ Who/ wrap/wrinkle

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3.Go back to text p.23 and pick out the words
with silent letters in each paragraph:
 * Paragraph one : ……………………,……………………..,
……………………,…………………,
 * Paragraph two:……………………,……………………...
 * Paragraph three:…………………..,…………………….
 * Paragraph four: ……………………..,……………;
……………………..;
4.Which good manners are important to you ?
Say why:
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5. What eating habit(s) is / are mentioned in
the HOLY QUR’AN?
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6.You have just matched table manners with
pictures. Now, identify those,
mentioned in the text p.23.
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 ………………………………………………………………………………
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Rewrite the sentences into the impera-
tive:
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 …………………………………………………………………………
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 …………………………………………………………………………
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7. You are invited for lunch or dinner ;go
back to page 13 and use the statements
about table manners to make a coherent pa-
ragraph. Add cohesive markers (first,
secondly ……...and finally)
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1-Read the text on page 27 then underline all
the comparatives: copy them down:
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2- Go back to the table ask and answer:
Example: Which processed food is higher in calo-
ries, the chocolate bar or the cocoa powder?
A:…………..……………………………………………………………………?
B:………………………………………………………………………………….
A:………………………………………………………………………………?
B:…..……………………………………………………………………………

3- Compare the food labels: Ask and answer:
Example: Is cocoa powder higher in calories than
the chocolate bar?
No, it isn’t. It’s lower.
Do the same with proteins, fats, carbohydrates.
Which has the lowest amount?
…………………………………………………………………………...……...
Do the same with the lowest in calories.
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Comparing food nutritional values Session Six
4– Put the following adjectives in the right col-
umn / tasty / obedient / energetic / bad / de-
licious / popular / good /healthy / far
5– Complete the sentences with the compara-
tive . use the adjectives in brackets
a-Mum’s soup is ……………………. mine. (good)
b- Cheese is ………………………yogurt in calcium. (high)
c- Reda’s fast food is ………………………. Ahmed’s
(modern)
d-Ahmed’s fast food is ……………………….. Reda’s from
my house. (far)
e- In Algeria, apples are ………………………. Kiwis .
(expensive)
f-Vanilla ice cream is ………………………. Chocolate ice
cream . (sweet)
g- Eating at home is …………………………….. in fast foods.
(healthy)
6-Now write two sentences about your food
preferences and use ,once the superlative
and once the comparative:
…………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………
Short adjectives


Long adjectives


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When you want to
compare one
thing / person with
many others , we
use the superlative
1- Put the adjectives between brackets into the superlative
a-Dates are (sweet) ………………………...fruit

b-« Potato chips » have been ………………….snack
in America for the past 50 years.(popular)
c- …………………………………watermelon in the
world weighs 122kg . (Large)

d-Apples are one of ……………………...……………………..fruit
(healthy)

e-Juice of pomegranate is one of
………………………… juice in reducing heart disease. (good)

Now write a short paragraph about the best restaurant you have
gone /the most delicious dish you have eaten the most expensive
restaurant you know/ the worst meal you had/the juiciest fruit you
know you know/the happiest meal occasion you had
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Short adjectives

The smallest
The biggest
Long adjectives
The most expensive

Irregular adjectives

Good the best
Bad the worst
Far the farthest


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Seeking agreement Session Seven
1. How much do you remember? Agreement or
disagreement ?
Conversation one: …………………………………………..
A: The journey was awful.
B:Yes,I am afraid it was.
Conversation two ………………………………………..…
A:What a beautiful bridge!
B:I quite agree with you . It’s really fantastic.
Conversation three: ………………………………………………
A:I think Tower Bridge is in Scotland .
B:To my mind Tower Bridge is in London
2. Recall the expressions you know , to show
agreement and disagreement:
A …………………………………………………………
D………………………………………………………………
B …………………………………………………………
E……………………………………………………………
C …………………………………………………………
F……………………………………………………………
3. Listen to the conversation* and answer the
following questions :
How many speakers are there?
Are they all Algerian?
Where are they?
Where are they going to? How do you know?
*The script 1is on page165 .You can read it later
4. Read the following statements ,and then
write the rules:
a-You don’t eat in this restaurant ,do you?
b-You like pizza, don’t you?
c-Junk food isn’t healthy, is it?
d-Don’t mention eggs, will you?
e-Let’s go there , shall we?
5. Add the appropriate question tag:
doesn’t it? ,didn’t we? , won’t they?
A- Hamoud company makes fizzy drinks,
……………………?
B- We made a big pizza,
…………………………………………………?
C- They will taste new dishes,
………………………………………?
6. Complete the following tag questions:
a.My mother cooked the dinner,
…………………………………?
b.My brother always eats spicy food,
…………………………?
d-Let’s have sandwiches,
…………………………………………………?
e-You don’t like pizza,
……………………………………………………?
f– Paul eats in a restaurant,
…………………………………………?
g-Mary thinks fast food is healthy,
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What I have learnt:
 A tag question is a statement followed by a mini………………at the end.
 The mini –question which is at ……………of the statement is called a………………tag.
 Underline the correct word:
1- When the statement is positive; the question tag is: negative/positive.
2- When the statement is negative; the question tag is positive/negative.
3- The subject in the statement is :the same/ different in the question tag.
4- In the question tag , the auxiliary comes :after/ before the subject.

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Learn more about tag questions and
pronunciation rules
1. Read about rising and falling intonation in tag
question , page 176 and complete the rule




2. Complete the sentences and then mark the intona-
tion:

a- Andrew is still a chef in a hotel, ………………………?

b– Junk food is bad for our health, ………………………?

c– Your sister doesn’t like egg plants, …………………?

d– It is important to have a balanced diet,……………?

e– She prepared a tasty dinner, ………………………….?
Complete the rule:
Use the following words :
Down / falling / rising / up /
We have two types of tag questions:
 Tag questions with ………………intonation.
 Tag questions with………………..intonation.
 If the intonation of a tag question goes ………, the
speaker is not completely sure of what she/he is
saying. She/he is asking to get information.
 If the intonation of a tag question goes …………… ,
the speaker is sure of what she/he is saying. She/
he is only using the question to check information and
ask for agreement .
3.Useful Verbs: Give the past form of the
following verbs.
a.Are the following words , nouns of
utensils (u)or verbs (v) related to cooking?
 Pan ( u)…fry (v), roast,(…) pressure coo-
ker(…),stew(…),chop(…),steamer(…),sieve
(…),kitchen scale(…),stock pot(…), ladle
(…),squeeze(…), whisk(…), blend,(…) mix
(…),boil(…) bowl(…), beat (…) jug(…),pour(…)
b.Think of a dish/or food item . Pick a
utensil and a verb to describe It. Add a
tag question to confirm information.
Example: We beat eggs with a whisk, don’t we
……………………………………………………………………………
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Verbs Past simple
Eat
Cut
Have
Drink
Break
Put
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4. Put the tag questions at the end of each sentence, but before read the rule and circle the
number to which the rule applies.
Now it’s your turn :Complete the conversation you had with your friend . Use the imperative
and tag questions
You: Let’s go to …………………… . …………………………?
Your friend : I’m afraid I can’t . I am busy for the moment
You : Fine , then I may stay with you and help you finish your
work …………………………..?
Your friend: ………………………………………………………………………………………
You: ………………………………………………………..……………………………………………
Your friend:………………………………………………………………………………………
You:…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Your friend ………………………………………………………………………………………
1. Peter is a good cook,
…………..…..?




2.John invited Ann
for a pizza yesterday,
……..……..?

3.Don’t eat spicy food
……………….?

4.Let’s eat at Mimo
fast food, …………..…….?

5.Sea food is delicious.
Have some, …………..
…….?



6. Peter will make a
strawberry pie,
………...?

7.John and Ann have-
n’t had lunch,
……………………..?
8.Squeeze some lemon,
……..………….?

 After the imperative ,
afformative or nega-
tive , the tag question is:
will you
When the tag question fol-
lows a statement which
starts with the imperative
verbal phrase, Let’s , the
tag question is shall we.

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Cooking Couscous
Couscous is one of the most popular dishes in our country and in
all the north of Africa made with semolina. It is very easy to pre-
pare, and the variations in the other ingredients that are common-
ly added to the basic recipe are quite numerous. Couscous is often
served as an accompaniment to stews, meats, vegetables and other
savory dishes that include sauces or gravy. In addition, it can be
served as a hot cereal topped with sugar or syrup. The Described
below is a quick method for preparing this dish in Algeria.
How to make couscous?
Couscous is a national dish in our country .You can prepare it with
meat,chicken or fish.This is a recipe for meat couscous.To make
couscous you will need semolina ,salt and water.First,put semolina
in a large plate, add a little water and roll it to soften the
grains.Next,cook vegetables ,meat and chick peas in a broth .Then,
steam the grains in a sieve twice over the broth. After that , sim-
mer vegetables and meat for 30 minutes. Finally,the dish is
out,serve it with some lettuce and some fruit juice.
Describing a dish Session Eight
Cooking time :
Ingredients:(for 4 per-
sons)
-1 kilo of rolled couscous
-6 courgettes
-4 carrots
-1 onion peeled and
chopped
-1 tomato
-250 of chick peas
-3 spoonful of oil
-a pinch of salt
-a teaspoon of black
ground pepper
-a tea spoon of red pep-
per
1 Kg of meat
1. Choose the right answer:
The text is : - a- a poem - b- a recipe
-c- a letter
2. Identify the tense used:
……………………………………………………………………………………...
3. Underline all the time sequencers used in the
recipe, then complete the rule : = =
4.Find in the text :
-2 utensils used:………………………………………………………………...
-2 ingredients……………………… ……………………………………….……
-2 spices ……………………………………………………………………………..
Reminder: Complete the following rule :
-Time sequencers are used to indicate the
various…………………. …….carried out.
The time sequencers generally used are :
………………………… /………………………………./………………
………………./………………………./…………………………………
…./………………………
In recipe books time sequencers are repla-
ced by numbers
We use the imperative ,the
present simple ( active or passive ) to :
………………………………………………………………...…………
…………………………………………………………………………...

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5. Match the words from column A with their
equivalents from column B

6.Now reorder this recipe ( rice pudding)
a. Add the caster sugar and lemon zest to the rice
mixture, and stir to mix. Sprinkle the surface of
the milk with freshly grated nutmeg and dot with
small knobs of butter.
b. Lightly grease the ovenproof dish with butter.
Rinse the rice under cold running water and drain
well.
c. Bake in a preheated oven at 150
0
C for 2 -2
1/2
hours, until the skin of the pudding is dry
d. Put the rice into the ovenproof dish and stir in
the milk .Leave for 30 minutes to allow the rice
to soften
What ‘s the problem with this recipe ? What
isn’t given?
……………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………..
Match number with paragraph and add a sequencer
1 =……b……. First ,…………………...
2. =…………. ………………………………...
3. = …………. …………………………………..
4. =…………. …………………………………





ingredi-
ents
Thirty minutes
Half an
hour
Food items needed in a recipe
simmer A particular kind of food in a
meal/ containers for serv-
ing food
dish Boil gently
7. Write the full questions, then try an-
swer
-e.g: What’s the name of the starter?
It is called bourak or brik
What …………………………………………………..?
The ingredients are : meat; oil; …..
How ……..…………………………………..? It is fried
What……………………………………..with ?
It is served with hot pepper
On which…………………………………..?
It’s usually cooked in Ramadhan.
8. Think about your most favourite dish.
Write to Ronald an email and describe it
to him. Use sequencers and the appropri-
ate tenses .Say on which occasion it is
cooked.
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………..

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1.Read paragraph one on page 22 then underline the ingredients:
2.Complete the table with ingredients of success according to quantity:courage—hope—
punctuality— hard work—will—preparation—seriousness— fun





Writing a recipe for success Session Nine
What I have already learnt:
Cooking verbs:
………………………………………….………………
………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………….
Time sequencers:
………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………….

Pancake Success
…………………………………………….Flour
……………………………………………...Eggs
……………………………………………...Milk
………………………………………....Water
…………………………………………..Butter
…………………………………………..Salt
………………...Hard work
…………………………
…………………………
…………………………
…………………………
…………………………
mix





Hard work





Start like this:
You want to be successful don’t you? Try my
recipe.
First………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………….
3. Now read paragraph two then underline verbs :
4.Complete with verbs then link each ingredient of
success with its verb:
5.Write it up
A friend of yours always considers himself/
herself a failure. Write for him/her a reci-
pe for success using imperative and sequenc-
ers:

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1.Read the advertisement above and complete the table below:










Advertising a new restaurant Session Ten

What I have learnt: What to include in a leaflet:
 A nice picture to ………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………..
 A ……………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………..
 A …………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………………………
Name
Slogan
Location
Style
Price
Opening hours
Phone number
Others
2. Now read the text of the leaflet on page
32 .
 How do you know it is a text for advertis-
ing ?
a. The author just shows the way to the restau-
rant
b.The author uses language to persuade custom-
ers to go to his restaurant
c. The authors just describes the restaurant.
 Justify your answer :
The author uses …………………………………………………….……….
………………………………………………..………………………………………..
3. Imagine your father is going to open a new
restaurant. He asked you to design a leaflet to
advertise it.
 First complete the table to help you draw the
leaflet .
Name

Slogan

Location

Style

Price

Oppening hours

Phone number

Others

Read the text on page 32 to help you with
organization of an advertisement leaflet .
………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………..
………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………..
………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………..
………………………………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………………..

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION REVIEW AND REMEDIAL
Before taking your assessment , how much do
you remember ?
 pronunciation: classify the following verbs /
adjectives according to their ed past pronun-
ciation: stressed / suffered/helped/needed/
greased/ cooked/ sieved/lifted/ mixed/
melted/diced




 Grammar /Asking questions :
E.g
1
: Somebody cooked a delicious cakeðWho
cooked it ?
E.g
2
: My mom puts something special in her
cake . This is why it is delicious ð what does she
put ?
E.g
3
: She learnt it from someone when she was
youngðwho did she learn it from?


REMINDER to complete
We pronounce the ‘ed’ final […..] when the word
ends with‘t’ or ‘d’
We pronounce the ed final […..] when the word
ends with voiceless consonants except ‘t’
We pronounce the ed final […..] when the word
ends with voiced consonants ,except ‘d’, and
vowels .


We ask questions to get more information .
In Grammar , we pay attention for the form
of the interrogative sentence , according
to tenses and question type


Now order the following questions

1. Do/know/food/what/about/you/junk/?.
............................................It’s unhealthy
2. children /like/ chocolate/do ?
…………………………………………………………………………?
Of course , they do.
3.did / how / our grand mothers /in the past/
cook bread?
………………………………………………………………………………….?
On earthenware dishes
4. Is /the/ any salt/ in /dish /there /?
………………………………………………………………………………….,?
No
5. are/on a diet/ why /you?
………………………………………………………………………………..?
I am overweight
[t]

[d]

[Id]


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Now evaluate yourself : see the evaluation questionnaire and complete
your learning log



I can Yes If no ,get back to session : no
Use tag questions to ask for agreement 7
Use tag questions to ask for information 7
Use appropriate intonation in tag questions 7
Use polite forms /with the right modals 4
Identify silent letters in words 5
Write instructions for a recipe/use the 8 and 9
Use time sequencers 10
Produce a leaflet ( an advertisement for a 11
Produce a conversation between a waiter 4
Compare food nutrients and use the compa- 6
Write about healthy and unhealthy food 2

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT PAGE
Homework assignment / Pay attention to time : no more than 1:30
In England, people eat a big breakfast; they have meat and eggs, or fish, or fried
bacon, and bread and butter with jam or marmalade..They drink tea or coffee with
milk.
People work from eight or nine till one. They do not go home for lunch. They have
lunch in a restaurant or tea-shop, or at the office.
Many people live out of town in the suburbs. When they come home, they have din-
ner, which is often a cold meal. On Sunday, they usually eat roast beef with boiled
vegetables
Source: Adapted text.
www.eating habits.org
Part one:
A. READING COMPREHENSION AND
LEXIS :(7pts)
Activity one: Read the following statements
and write “true”, “false”, or not mentioned.
(3pts)
1– The British have lunch at one o’clock………...
2– They have some tea every time………………
3– They have a cold meal on Sunday……………

Activity two: Read the text again and
answer the following questions: (2pts )
1- Do the British have lunch at twelve?
2– Do they have dinner at home?

Activity three:Match the words in A
with their definitions in B. (2pts )
A B
Roast cooked food in very hot oil
Boiled sweet food made from fruit and sugar
Fried cooked food in an oven or over a fire
Jam cooked food in very hot water
B. Mastery of language:(7 pts)
Activity one: Supply the right punctuation
and capital letters where necessary (2pts)
the most important dish in japan is called su-
shi
Activity two : rewrite the following sen-
tences using the imperative (3pts)
1. You must eat food that is free of addi-
tives.
2. You shouldn’t consume too much mayon-
naise . It contains a lot of fat.
3. You must wash your hands before and af-
ter eating.

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Activity three : circle the silent letter in the following words: (2pts)
eight - which - after - evening
Part two: situation of integration (6pts)
Your English pen friend wants to know more about Algerian meal times. Write a short letter to
him/her and tell him/her about the different meals and name the most common dishes
Start like this :
Unlike the British, the Algerians have four meals a day, …………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT REPORT.
What went wrong in part one of the
assignment?
…………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………..
What went wrong in part two /
written production/situation of inte-
gration?
A:relevance: …………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………..
B: Organisation: ……………………………………
…………………………………………………………………..
C:Linguistic Resources: ……………………….
…………………………………………………………………..

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File two You can do it

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1– Look to the pictures and then name the different challenges:


You can do it
File 2/Pre-Session
Physical challenge Mental challenge Medical challenge Technological
challenge








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2– Read and then complete the diagram about Nestor:
Who is Nestor?.
Modern inventions like computers , mobile phones and robots have deeply
transformed our lives . Our life has become easier and more complex at the
same time .Robots are mechanical devices which are capable of performing a
variety of tasks in a short time .
Robots have become popular characters in science fiction movies like star
wars and transformers and Nestor is one of them .
It is a robot that can do all the chores* for you. Quiet, efficient and easy to
program, Nestor can make the beds, do the washing-up and even cook for you.
He can answer the phone and be programmed to water the flowers when
you’re away. Nestor can wake you up in the morning and bring you a cup of tea.
At night Nestor can lock up the house and set the house alarm so that you
can relax and sleep in peace.
Source:adapted

What?
……………….
Chore 8 ?
…………….
Features?
1– ………………………………….…
2– ……………………..……………
3– ………………………………....

Chore 6?
…………….
Chore 2?
…………….
Chore 7?
…………….
Chore 1?
…………….
Chore 5?
- …………….
Chore 3?
…………….
Chore 4?
…………….

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………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
……………………………………………………………………………………………………...…………………………………………………………
NAME:
………………………………
Chores:
…………………………………
……..
…………………………………
…….
Features:
…………………………………………
……………………………………….
……………………………………...
Others:
…………………………………
…………………………………
………………………………..
3– Think about life in 2050 and imagine what robots may be able to do. Complete the
mind map and then write a short paragraph.


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Talking about past,present and future abilities and inabilities Session One
What I have learnt: Modals:
…………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………..………………….
…………………………………………………………………………….…………..
1- Look at the picture above and answer the
questions
a- What is the picture about?
b- Can children take part in this show?
c- What must the candidates have to be accepted in
this show?
2-Listen to the dialogue and write true (T) or
false ( F).( to the teacher script 1 p167)
a-Wendy can sing and play the guitar
……………………………………...
b-When she was younger, she could do every-
thing………………….
c-He was able to understand the
text……………………………………..
3- Listen to the dialogue again and answer the
questions:
a-What is the dialogue about?
……………………………………………………………………………………………
b-Could Wendy excel in music when she was a child?
………………………………………………………………………………………………
c– Is Wendy a lower or higher school student?
………………………………………………………………………………………………
4 - Read the text and then:
a- Find in the text words that are closest in
meaning to:
wish = ………………, abilities=……………………..
b- Find in the text words that are opposite
in meaning to:
accept≠……………, was able to≠……………...
5- Match these sentences with the appro-
priate function:
Sentence Function
a-I can play the violin and
the guitar
b-When I was a child I
couldn’t do anything I
wanted...
c-I hope I can start my
own band and be as fa-
mous as Celine Dion .
d-Can I take part in the
contest?
e-I think I’ll be able to
 Expressing a wish
 Expressing a fu-
ture ability

 Expressing a pre-
sent ability
 Expressing a past
ability
 Asking for permis-
sion

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What I have learnt about: Modals;
Am able to/was able to:
irregular forms of can and could. = ability.
Might = less possible to happen
Cannot=inability.
All these modals precede verbs in the infini-
tive form./example
I can « succeed »,
succeed is in the in finitive.
She might « arrive » late,(arrive )is in the
infinitive.
6- Fill in the gaps with the appropriate modal
can, may,must in their right form and tense.
Add one of the following verbs to each sen-
tence:wait, revise, understand, succeed, obey.
The first is done for you
a- I am in a hurry, I can’t wait for .you.
b- The exam was difficult,but
I………………………………………….. most of the questions.
c– Jane was very tired,so she ……………………….her
lessons.
d– If you prepare yourself very well,you
………………...………………………..in the exam.
e– Pupils…………………………………...their teachers and
parents.
7– Use the expressions and write correct sen-
tences.
a- are not able to/blind people/see
………………………………………………………………………………………….
b- can/dogs/cats/kill
…………………………………………………………………………………………
c- are not capable of/babies/swimming ?
…………………………………………………………………………………………
d- could not/come/she/birthday/your/alone /to
………………………………………………………………………………………….
e- are able to/at time/arrive/you
……………………………………………………….…………………………………
f- could/please/lend /money/some/you/me
………………………………………….………………………………………………
8– write the function next to the appropiate
sentence:
1/Past ability 2/present ability
3/remote possibility 4/a wish 5/warning
a- Don ‘t swim here.you might be attacked by
sharks. ………………………………………………….
b- May you live long and have a lot of chil-
dren ! ……………..……………...………………...
c- There are no clouds in the sky,but it might
rain . ……………………………………………….
d- The activity is diffficult ,but I am able to
do i t. ………………………………………………
e- My colleague could help me do my work.
………………………………………...

Now do the ‘write it out’ activity p.49
…………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………
Do the ‘write it up’ activty, p 45
……………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………

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1.Match the following sentences to get
meaningful sentences and complete the gaps
with: can, can’t, must, mustn’t, may, might
not and should.
2– Circle the most suitable modal verb to
check :
a- People should/cannot protect the animals be-
cause they are our friends.
b- Don`t forget to take your umbrella , because it
may/can rain.
c– Ali’s grand father could / will be able to
speak four languages when he was 18 .
3. Read aloud the sentences on page 43
( snippets of a dialogue) and remember that:
Modal verbs Session Two
a. You _________ have had a terrible
fright.
b. That _________ be Helen knocking
the door.
c. Sorry to interrupt you for a second.
d. You _________ take a coat with you.
e. Are you coming on Saturday or Sun-
day?
f. You _________ drop litter in the
streets.
g. My grandfather loves music.
1. It’s against the law.
2. I don’t know. I _________ be
coming this weekend at all.
3. You are still trembling.
4. He _________ play the trumpet
very well.
5. It’s going to get cold later.
6. She is supposed to be at school.
7. _________I ask you a personal
question?
What I learnt ?
Modal verbs are auxiliary
verbs which lack infinitive and
participle forms.
Can : Ability and possibility in
the present
Could : Ability and possibility in
the past.
May: Possibility in the present .
Might : Possibility in the past.
Should : Giving advice .


Can : in pronunciation , has a strong form :
1/ at the end of a statement: yes I can [Ka:n]
2 / for emphasis : to insist on ability: I can play
the guitar [ kæn]
When has it a weak form? Put the following
sentences in the right column
1)I can’t play the piano . 2)Can you sing? 3) defini-
tely yes , we can. 4)I can’t start My band now.
STRONG
FORM




WEAK FORM





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3. Choose to write , using modals , either :
Two things you can do
a. ………………………………………………………………………… b. …………………………………………………………….………….
Two things you may do :
a. ……………………………………………………………… b. …………………………………………………………………………..
Two things you could do
a. ………………………………………………………………………… b. ………………………………………………………………………….
4.Read the text on page 57 and do activity one : answer the questions.
a.…………………………………………………………………………………… b. ……………………………………………………………………………………………
c. ……………………………………………………………………………………… d. ……………………………………………………………………………………………
e. ………………………………………………………………………………………
5. Read the newspaper article ( p. 57 ) then underline the phrasal verbs with modals.
Sentence number Paragraph The phrasal verbs
01 01 Was able to instruct from a New York to do an operation in Strasbourg
02 01
03 02
04 02
05 02
06 02

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D Q T L N Z F D D I S T M X E
N S E I R S A D S C E S A C B
E R X A W P V X X B H E R O U
I T T M I S L F O M M R G M T
R E M E M O A O T L H E A P U
F L E S L C K O E K V T T U O
B B T P E R O A S L F N S T Y
U A J B E I T U N E S I N E E
Z T O A R E T T I W T P I R N
I O D B L U E T O O T H E S O
K E K T E P X M N D L L K Y H
R D R H K P B E B M D Y S R P
APP
BLUETOOTH
COMPUTER
EBOOKREADER
EMAIL
FACEBOOK
FRIEND
INSTAGRAM
IPAD
IPHONE
ITUNES
KINDLE
LOL
PINTEREST
SKYPE
SMS
TABLET
TEXT ME
Fun page
Work with your partner:How many sentences can
you form with the modals you have learnt?

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Read and
learn:
Read the following conversations and consider the words in bold.
Session three
Look at the words in bold. Can
you say what find their op-
posites?
Impossible ≠ possible
Disobeyed ≠ obeyed
Incapable ≠ capable
What do you notice?
What is the particle added to
these words called?...
It’s called a prefix.
Is it added at the beginning or
the end of the word?...The
prefix is always at the
beginning of the word

: Why are you so angry?

: It’s impossible to arrive on
time to school! It’s nearly 8
o’clock !
: Can you come with me to the
concert?
: I’m grounded, because I
disobeyed my mother’s
orders.
: You are too young to
understand !
: You’re wrong to think that
teenagers are incapable of
understanding life stuff. We al-
ways try to do our best.

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1- Match between the word and its appropriate prefix to form opposites. Underline the
words used in the conversations
2- Write in the circles the correct prefix for each set of words.
Il ir in im un dis are
called prefixes
Do you know how to use them?
It’s easy. The general rule is:
Prefix + word = opposite
Now try to complete the follo-
wing rules:
Il + words beginning in …………
Ir + words beginning in ………….
Im + words beginning in …………
and ……………
For the other prefixes, help
yourself with a dictionary
regular
kind
capable
possible
responsible
legal
obey
definite
employed
mobile
agree
Usual
tidy
coherent
expensive
trust
like
regular
responsible
legible
logical
moral
personal
R
e
m
e
m
b
e
r
...

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3-Go back to your school book and do activity 4 on page 50.but add the word with the prefix
and mark the stressed syllable
What do you notice? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………...

WORD + stress mark PREFIX OPPOSITE WORD + stress mark
E.g/ `regular ( adjective) ir Ir`regular
capable(……………)
possible(……………)
Legal (……………)
Justice (noun)
Definite (……………)
Obey (verb)
agree(……………)
4.Choose five opposite words you have learnt ( adjectives and verbs )
Write 5 sentences about yourself or someone else:

1. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
2. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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We all lend and borrow things from our friends .Some people ac-
cept lending some things and refuse to lend others. I am one of
those people . My name is Tim . I am American.
I personally accept to lend my bike , a camera , an MP3 , a flash
disc , glasses , rollers ,and even some money , but I really refuse
to lend my clothes , my play station and my sports shoes . I rarely
borrow things from my friends and when I am sometimes obliged
to , I borrow dictionaries and books .
1- Answer these questions from the text .
a– Does Tim like to share his things with his friends?
…………………………………………………………………………..
b-Does Tim lend his play station? …………………………………..…….… .
c- What does he borrow ? …………………………………..………...………..
d- What does he refuse to lend ? …………………………………..……..…
e– Do you think Tim is a mean boy?..............................................
2-Find in the text words that are:
a- Opposite in meaning to:
Lend …………………. / accept ………………..
b-Closest in meaning to:
Seldom = …………….. / have to = …………………….
3
-
Asking for and giving permission
Name the following items .
……………………...
……………………...
……………………...
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Read this passage and answer the quetions:
I accept to lend I refuse to lend






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4- Ask your friend to lend you the follow-
ing things :
 a. Tick the right colum

b. Choose two items and write short con-
versations (to accept and refuse)
Example. A-Could you lend me your lap-
top , please?
B-Sorry , I cannot . I need it .
A-…………………………………………………………………... ?
B- ……………………………………………………………………………
A-……………………………………………………………...………....?
B- ……………………………………………………………………………
5– In pairs, complete the sentences with a
verb


a– You can’t b– You can ……………
…………………….here. money here.
Item Accept refuse
laptop

-
Some money

watch

Rollers

T-shirt

c– You can’t …………… d– You can ……………
your mobile here. by credit card here.



e– You can’t …………. f– You can …………….
photos here. the Internet here.



g– You can’t ……………. h– You can’t ……………...
fast here. football here.


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6– Pick one statement from each column :write questions and right answers
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7– Write two things you can do and two things you can’t do
A– in your town/ city
B– at school.
Eg: we can’t get into the Mosque with shoes on.
1. Where I live ,I / we can’t …………………………………………………………………………….……………………………..………………..
But I/ we………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………….….
2. At school ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
But I/ we………………………………………………….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..


A
can you …?
 Use mobile phones in
hospitals.
 Take photos in muse-
ums.
 go shopping on Fridays.
 Park in the street eve-
rywhere.
C
At school can you …?
 Come into class if you’re
late .
 go home for lunch.
 Use the internet.
 Use your mobile phone.
 Wear shorts or pants
B
At your father’s workplace
can you …?
 Spend a day
 Use their material
 Use the computer
 Send personal emails.
 Use the printer.

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Let’s discuss:
1-What’s your favourite animal ?.......................................................
2-What’s your least favourite animal?.............................................
3-Have you got a pet? -a dog -a cat—a parrot –a fish -
- a rabbit
-I have a different pet -I don’t have
-If so ,tell us about it ?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
-If not, would you like to have a pet ?.........................................
-Which animals do you think make the best pets?........................
Listen to the audio passage between Jack and Jill and cirle the right answer.
1-Who has a bulldog ? a-Jack b– Jill c- Both of them
2-What’s the R.S.P.C.A ?
a– The Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
b-The Society for The Protection of Children
c– The Society For The protection of the Environment
3– What do Jack and Jill hate?
a –People who are friendly with animals
b-People who are cruel with humans
c-People who are cruel to animals
4- Complete the short answers with: could / am / do / is / does
A: It’s a beautiful cat . B: So ………….this hamster .
A: I am a supporter of clubs that protect animals. B:So…………...I.
A:I don’t need more information about that club. B: Neither…………...I.
A: We couldn’t find more shelters for these animals. B: Neither………….I
A:Sam enjoyed taking cars of this pet . B:So…………..Jack.


So and neither Session Five
You can read the script
on page 168 ,in your
book

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2) Complete the following dialogues using
SO or NEITHER
1) A: Jill lives in London
B: So does Jack.
2) A: I haven’t seen that animal before
B: Neither have we.
3) A: Ron likes taking care of my cat.
B: …………………………….George
4) A: Iam so happy that you join us
B:. …………………………… I
5) A: John can help you.
B: .……………………………Paul
6) A: We didn’t call them.
B: ………..……………………we
7) A: The ‘R.S.P.C.A’ promotes the well being of
animals.
B: ……………………… the S.P.C.A
8) A: -Helen sent me an email.
B: ……………………………… Ann
9)- A:Ted will be the organizer.
B: (Mary) ……………………………….
3- Choose the correct answer
a- I don’t like this place.
So do I
Neither do I
So am I
c- The R.S.P.C.A is an international organiza-
tion.
Neither is The ’S.P.C.A’
So is The ‘S.P.C.A’
So has The ’S.P.C.A’

b- I found it very amazing.
So did I
Neither do I
So do I
d- Kelly doesn’t agree with them.
Neither does her sister.
Neither do her sister.
So does her sister.


What I have learnt:
 We use ‘………’ and ‘……………….’
to
 indicate similarity between or
among people or things.
 We use ‘So’ with
…………………..sentences So
+………….+……………….

We use ‘Neither’ with ……………...…
sentences. Neither+……………
+………



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Let’s write :
You are a member of The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals ‘S.P.C.A’ .
Your friend Ronald is a member of The ‘W.W.L.O’ ; The World
Wild Life Organization’, he wanted to know more about yours.
Complete the conversation and tell Ronald about your activities.
-Use So and Neither .
Ronald: I am a member of an international organization that
prevent cruelty to animals . What are your activities ?
You :………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………
Ronald: You know that animals can not survive if they have not
shelters, food. So we provide it for them.
You:………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Ronald: We try to learn more about endangered animals and
educate our friends and family.
You……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………….......................................................................












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File two: We can do it! Session Six
What I have learnt:
Write the rule:(fill in the
blanks by using : the base
form –will be able to—
could—was/were able to )
 It is used to express
…………………
(in the sense of being able to
do something)
 The main verb(that comes
after can) is al-
ways…………………….(infinitive
without to)
 « can » has got a past
form :………………………..
 For a past activity that was
possible on one occasion ,
we use …………………………….
 For future, the only form
is…………………………………

Read and write:
The New Mozart
Ten –year-old Lukas Vondracek is very shy,but every year
he travels the world and meets hundreds of people .Lukas is
a brilliant pianist and he gives lots of concerts .Last year he
was in Washington.Chigago,and London .He is sometimes
called ‘the new Mozart ‘.He says ‘I’m shy , but I love giving
concerts.
Lukas was born in Opava in the Czech Reoublic but now he
lives with his parents in Vienna , where he practices the pi-
ano six hours a day.He goes to school two days a week. Lukas
could play the piano when he was two and he could read music
before he could read books .Now he can write music, too.
Lukas doesn’t just play the piano, he plays football and ice
hockey.He says : ’Mozart was poor and he couldn’t play foot-
ball ,so I’m not like him at all!’.
Source: New Headway English
Course,p.48,OXFORD UP,ed.
1-Read the text ,then answer the following questions :
a- What is the New Mozart like?
b- What could he do when he was very young?
c- What can he do now?
d- Does he practise sport?
2-Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the
following :
Timid=
Very clever =
Was able to =




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3- Play the role of a journalist, interview one of these famous figures Mozart, Picasso ,or Ste-
ve Jobs.
Example :
A: Good morning, Mr Mozart .Could you answer some questions ,please ?
B:Yes,please do
A: I know you were born in 1756 . Where were you born?
B:In Austria .
A: what could you do when you were 3 ?
B: I could play the piano
A: Well, this is what my father said.
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
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Name Place and date of birth Early abilities
Mozart Austria 1756 play the piano/age of 3
Picasso Spain 1881 paint at the /age of 1
Steve Jobs California (USA)1955 Rebuild electronics /age of 5

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Endangered animals Session Seven

Session

Pandas come from China.They are black and white
and have big bodies and legs but they have small ears.
They feed on bamboo. They may live up to 30 years.They
are hunted for their fur.
1-Read text and complete the table below:

2- Write a report about an animal of your choice which is in danger of extinction
using the information on the report card below
Animal Country Food Life span Description
…………………… ………………………


………………………………. …………………………... ………....…………………………….
YOUR REPORT
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1- Find out the name and the average life span of each of the animals below:











2-Place the animals above on the following graph:













Life expectancy Session Eight




5
0

5
0





5
0

5
0






5
0

5
0

5 15 20 25 50 60 75 100

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3) Look at the example and do the same:

a-Horses live 25years on the average, but they may well live for up to 30 years.
b– …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
c-………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
d-…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
e-………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
f-…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
g– ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
h– ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...

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Tikki is a fictional penguin character in a web site programme.
Read Tikki ‘s guide ‘’ Stop Life is in danger’’
Let’s write a letter of complaint Session Nine
Text 1: Now do you see what I mean when I say life is in trouble? All the indicators are on
red. You, people are cutting down forests. You are covering good land in concrete, building new
roads, polluting the land, air and water because of cars, airplanes , ships,, farming chemicals and
fertilizers, garbage (especially plastic), drains , fish farming .
You are vacuuming the oceans of fish so that in many parts there are hardly
left. You are trying to kid yourselves that there is no problem.
Text 2: People are cutting and burning tropical forests ,more and more both for their timber
and to make new ranch land for raising yet more animals for rich people to eat ( poor people
can’t afford meat).
The boreal forests are going fast ,too mostly for making
paper for newspapers, magazines and offices.
People have already cut down half the world’s forests.
Remember , it’s not just the trees that are lost
but all animals whose home it was.
Text 3: Lakes , rivers and wetlands — homes to many species like birds, fish and frogs. Yet in
the last 30 years , these creatures have declined almost by half . Nobody knows for sure why
these creatures are dying so fast but it seems likely that chemical pollution and global warming
are at least responsible.
The seas and the oceans — homes to many animals : mammals like dolphins , whales and
seals,,fish and sea birds including penguins like me! And you guessed it ! Many of my sea bird
friends are in trouble.But part of the reason wildlife in the seas is having
Trouble, is that people are taking much more of their share of the fish.
Besides, lots of the fish are just ground to make fertilisers
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Part one : interpret the texts
1-Match each title with text
a. Deforestation , b. Water pollution
c. earth in danger
Text 1:…………………………..; text 2:…………………… ;
text 3:……………………………..
2– Ask 6 questions whose answers are the
the three texts ( 2 questions for each)
1. …………………………………………………………………………
2. …………………………………………………………………………
3. …………………………………………………………………………
4. …………………………………………………………………………
5. …………………………………………………………………………
6. …………………………………………………………………………
3– say whether the following statements are
true, false or not mentioned
1. People build more houses , factories , and
new roads in good lands
2. The Amazon forest which is the umbrella
of the world is in danger .
3. Aerosols and pesticides are responsible for
the death of living creatures in lakes and
rivers
4- Answer the following questions
What can be done to save:
 The forests—————————————————
————————————————————
 The seas , lakes, rivers ——————————
—————————————————————
 The environment:—————————————
———————————————————————
Now you are ready to start the writing ses-
sion
Part two : prepare yourself for writing:
A: Read the instruction and identify the
task: underline the instruction related to
task
B:Plan your piece of writing
1. Make a list of the problems you and your
neighbours are complaining about:
 …………………………………………………………………………………
 …………………………………………………………………………………
 …………………………………………………………………………………
YOU CAN CHOOSE A TOPIC FROM THE FOL-
LOWING: Use of pesticides /Toxic gases in the at-
mosphere / Garbage in the streets , near the build-
ings /Pollution from planes / Industrial wastes in the
rivers, seas / Global warming

You are a citizen of the world. You are
convinced , like Tiki, that the problems
caused to our environment affect all living
creatures and people’s health . With a
group of friends you decide to write a let-
ter of complaint to the local authorities
to stop the pollution troubles in your area.

But before you write alone your letter
work with your partner and make a list
of the environmental problems you think
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C: Organise the body of the letter
1. How many paragraphs will you include in you
letter? ……………………………………………………………
2. What do you want the local authority to do
for a better life in your local area?
………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………….
1. Say what people are ready to do to help the
local authorities.
………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………...
………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………...
D: Conventions of letter writing
A– Which of these expressions match this
type of letter? Think about
C Relevance,
C Politenes
C Style
1. You are the mayor of the town but you are
incompetent.
2. We have decided to organise a party in the
townhall
3. We would like to raise you attention to the
harm caused by the factory that has just
been built near our school;
4. Dear brother
5. I’m sending you this letter because I am
angry
6. If you could receive us ,we’d like to submit
our association suggestions.
6. Yours faithfully
7. What ! I don’t understand why you let
people throw rubbish everywhere.
8. I look forward to hearing from you and
thank you in advance for anything you could
do..
9. Finally , you must do something to help us;
Have you identified where the expressions/
statements fit in the letter ?
Paragraph one : introduction …number
5…………………………………
Body of the letter : number…………………………;
Last paragraph : the conclusion number……..;
Beginning salutation :number…………..……………..;
Ending salutation :number……………………………..;


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E : Now get to the format of your letter of complaint
The following letter is written into a single text format. Identify the different elements of
a formal letter. Put them in brackets
œ Now it is time to write up your letter of complaint in no more than 120 words @
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……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Bartley House,First Hill,hampstead, London.NW3 March 7 November 2011. Anton fur-
niture 166 Park Road London SW1 I recently purchased in your department store a
three door wardrobe and two chests with metal drawer runners , both of which were on sale.
But unfortunately when I arrived home I noticed that the hanging rails of the wardrobe
and the metal runners of one of the chests were missing.. I understand that these items can-
not be exchanged or refunded as they were on sale. Could you please tell me where I could
get the missing items? I look forward to hearing from you . Yours sincerely.Hannah J.
Nashton

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Part three: Now it’s time to write up your full letter:
(address)——————————–———
—————————–————
(email address or phone number)————————–———-—
(date)————————————
—————————-————(Name of the personnel manager)
———————————————(Name of the company)
——————————————————-(address)
—————————————————-
—————————————————,

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How much do you remember?
1- Pronunciation: read the sentences and classify
the underlined words according to their pronuncia-
tion form:

What do you notice ?
When are these grammar words pronounced with
their weak form?
……………………………………………………………………………………………..
When are they pronounced with their strong form.
……………………………………………………………………………………………..
2- Rewrite the following sentences using the right
modal verb ( can; ; shouldn’t; mustn’t) .
Don’t play so often video games. It is bad for your sight .
You………………………………………………..
It is forbidden for kids to play some games.
Kids …………………………………………………….
Turn off the computer when you finish.
……………………………………………………..?
sentences Strong form Weak form
1.Do you like video games?
2.Why do you spend so
much time in front of the
tv?
3. Can we leave now?
4.No , I’m afraid you can’t
5.It’ s raining.Where can
we find a shelter?
6.What are you looking for?
7.Look . These flowers are
for you

WEEK OF INTEGRATION REVIEW AND REMEDIAL WORK
3- Underline the right modal verb :
Ann was ill last night . She ( must / had to )go to
hospital.
This is a secret . You (mustn’t/ don’t have to) tell
anyone about it.
Tom and John had free tickets so they ( mustn’t /
didn’t have to)pay to get into the cinema;
When you come to Algeria you ( must/ have to)
come and see us.
4- Complete the sentences with punctuation
signs and capital letters:
I can’t ride a horse neither can I
how many languages can you speak in addition to
arabic
come to my party will you
Now evaluate yourself: see the evaluation ques-
tionnaire and complete your learning log.
I can Yes no If no ,get
back to
session :
Use can to ask for permission 4
Use can to express abilities 2
Use short sentences to express agree-
ment
5
Use prefixes to form words with op-
posite meanings
3
Identify identify stress in words with
prefixes
3
Identify the different meanings of can 1
Use may to ask for permission 8
Identify the layout of a formal letter 9
Write a letter of complaint 9
Complete a mind map to plan a piece
of writing
PRE SESSION
Write a report about endangered
animals
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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT PAGE
Homework assignment / Pay attention to time : no more than 1:30
What has happened to Willow lake?
Two years ago, Willow lake was dirty and polluted . Nobody wanted to visit it . People came
to the lake to throw away the rubbish . Then a group of local people decided to clean it up.

Forty eight volunteers helped. They worked
in the evenings and at weekends for eight
months. When they cleaned the lake, they
found: four bicycles, ten shoes, three com-
puters, seven old mobile phones and three
wheels from a car!
The group planted 75 trees and more than
500 flowers around the lake. “We have tried
to make a beautiful environment for the local
people,” explains one volunteer. By doing this,
we have also created a habitat for wild life.”
Now that Willow Lake is clean again there
are 24 ducks and 12 swans that have made it
their home. There are a lot of fish, birds

and other animals living there, too.
The volunteers have put 20 wooden tables and
chairs around the lake. Now, local people can walk
around the lake and have a picnic.
“There are also lots of bins,” explains another
volunteer, ‘so please don’t throw your rubbish
in the lake like before.’
“It’s fantastic,” says one local resident. “They
have changed the lake completely. I come and
enjoy it every day.”
Part one A: READING COMPREHENSION AND LEXIS (7pts)
Activity one : Read the text and answer the following questions: (2pts
1. Was Willow Lake clean two years ago?
2. Did the local people decide to do something for Willow Lake?
Activity two: Choose a, b, c or d to complete the following sentences. ( 3pts)
1. Before, people went to Willow Lake ………………………..
a) to recycle rubbish b) to throw rubbish c ) to clean it
2. The people who cleaned the lake worked for…………………………
a) more than one year b) more than six months c) eight weekends
3. Now , the local residents think that the lake is …………………………
a) polluted b) a fantastic place c) unsafe

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Part two: situation of integration
( 6pts)
The local resident who said:’ it’s fantas-
tic left the country for more than one
year he asked many questions . Write
the conversation he had with the mayor
of the town about Lake willow. Use the
modals can , may , and negative prefixes.
Include the following question words:
Who / what / why/ When / Where / how
long.

Source : adapted version of El Hamiz1
exam paper2(year 2010 /2011 )

 Many animals can live
for up to 60 years
 We must take care of
the environment
 May one day all crea-
tures live in peace
 You may swim here
from seven a.m.to nine
 permission
 Possibility
 Obligation
 wish

Activity three:Match each word with its
definition (2pts)
a– resident 1 – large area of water
b– dirty 2 – who offer help without payment
C-volunteers 3 – not clean
D– lake 4-the person who lives in a specific
place
B. Mastery of language(7pts)
Activity one: Add a prefix to the follow-
ing words to form their opposites: (1pt)
Easy / expensive / legal / agree
……………………………………………………………………………….
Activity two:Match the following sentenc-
es with their functions ( 2pts)








Activity three : Turn the following state-
ments into polite requests: ( 2pts)
1.Take those trees and plant them.
2.Throw your rubbish into the bins.
………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………..

Activity four : classify the following
sentences according to the ( strong or
weak form) of can:(2pts)
1. can I have a picnic by the lake?
2. Yes, you can.
3. Now residents can walk around the
lake.
4. ‘’Now fish, birds and other animals
can live safely.’’ said a volunteer.
Strong form

Weak form


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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT REPORT.
What went wrong in part
two /written production/
situation of integration?
A:relevance……………………………………
……………………………………………………………
…………………………………………….………………
………………………………….…………………………

B: Organisation:
……………………………………………………………
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……………………………………………………………
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C:Linguistic Resources:
……………………………………………………………
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……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
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What went wrong in part one
of the assignment?
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File Three
The educational
system

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1. Order the different stages of the Algerian
school system .These pictures can help you.


a)-Secondary school b)- Primary school
c)-Middle school
In Algeria , the school system is specific .
After the age of five or six ,the learners go
to the primary school where they stay for
five years . When they are twelve ,they move
to the middle school . They stay there four
years. After this stage ,they go to the second-
ary school . They study there until they get
their baccalaureate .
2.Read the text and answer the questions :
a-Do learners go to primary school when they
are four years? ………………….………………………………...
File three The education system

Uniforms
1 2 3

b-How long do they stay there?..........................
…………………………………………………………………………………..
c– Where do they move when they get from
the secondary school?..............................................
……………………………………………………………………………………
3- Here are pictures concerning stage 1 and
stage 2 (Primary – Middle ).
Find similarities and differences between
them.
Similarities Differences


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1. Where do these students study
……………………………. ……………………………...




……………………………. ……………………………...
2. a/Match the types of schools to the de-
scriptions:
b/Which are the most common in your
country?
The most common schools in my country are
…………………………………………………………………………………
Education systems Session one
The types of Description
1) Boarding school
2) Single-sex
school
3) Co-educational
school
4) Private school
5) State school

1) A school for boy and girls
2) A school you usually have to
pay to go
3) A school for only boys or
only girls
4) A school owned by the go-
vernment
5) A school which students live
3.Study the diagram about education in the
USA on the next page and complete the fol-
lowing:
Age TYPE OF SCHOOLS
3-4 years ………………………………..
4-6 years ………………………………..
6-11 years ………………………………...
12-13 years ……………………………
14-17 years ……………………………...
4.Look at the diagram in the next page and
answer the following questions
1 ) How many grades must American students
complete before the university?
…………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………….
2) I s the American public educational sys-
tem similar to the Algerian one?
…………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
4. Read the diagram on P77 and find what
is similar with the above one
…………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………
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5) Match the pairs to find the difference between the Algerian and American system of education.
America
1) Kindergarten
2) Elementary school
3) Junior high school
4) College
5) A semester (one of the two periods
that a year is divided inot at
schools and universities)
6) uniform
ALGERIA
a) university
b) A term (one of the three periods
a year is divided into at schools
and universities)
c) Pinafore
d) Preparatory school
e) Middle school
f) Primary school

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Now do activity one from textbook , page 77: complete Becky’s letter
Dear Hamida,
Thank you for the photos of your school. They’re really nice. I’ve got the best mark in
the class for my project on Algeria.
It’s my turn to give you information about education works in America.
American boys and girls spend …………….. years in Primary School (also called ……………………
or ……………………...After finishing ………………… grade, students go to a junior high school (also
called ………………. ) for three more years. After completing junior high, each student choose a
program of study to follow at a senior high school or a …………………………. or at
………………………………
High school students receive a high school diploma at a graduation ceremony at the
end of the ………………...……… year. Some of them continue their studies in a …………………………..
or in ………………………………… and some start work to earn a living.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
Yours, Becky
6. Use the previous activities to write about similarities and differences with the Algerian
and the American educational system
Similarities
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….............…………
Differences
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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……………………………………………..
Now it is your turn , write a letter to an American penfriend about education in Algeria
Include the diagram about the Algerian educational system . In your letter you will add
similarities and differences with the American educational system.
. Draw the diagram at the back of this page =

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1.In the conversation next,two guests are visiting
friends at their house .Read the conversation and
answer the questions. =
a-There are four speakers A,B,C and D. Which ones
live at the house ,and which ones are visitors?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………….
b- Does everyone know everyone else? How do you
know?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………..
2. Match these questions with their functions:




Making offers and promises Session two
A: Actually, I wonder if they are in.
Oh, they are in.
B: They obviously are.
C: Hello.
A: Hello.
C: Come in.
B: I’m Mike.
C: How are you?
B: Fine.
A: Shall I just put these upstairs?
C: Well , yeah. Can you put them in our
room, please?
A: Sure.
C: How were the roads?
A: Oh ,fine . No problem.
B: No problem.No.
A: Are you in there ,Alison? Mmmm.
Hello there.
D: Hello.
A: Do you mind if I put my bag here?
D: Oh , go ahead. Want a cup of tea?
A: Yeah.

a– Shall I just put
these upstairs?
b– Can you put them in
our room please?
c– Do you mind if I put
1– a request
2– asking for permis-
sion.
3– an offer.

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3. Say if questions 1– 10 are : a request
( r ), offers ( o ) or asking for permission
( p ).
Example: Can I look at the newspaper a minute?
( r )
a– You do not look too good. Shall I call a doctor
for you? ………………………..
b– I’m sorry to be a nuisance, but would it be all
right if I spread these papers on the table
here? It will only take a couple of minutes.
………………………..
c– This train’s running rather late. Would you
like me to go and ask what’s happening? ……….
d– Would you post these letters for me on your
way to work? ………………….
e– I know you hate giving bad news. I will tell him
if you like. …………………..
f– Would you mind being a bit quieter, only I’ve
got a headache? ………………
4.Use situations and instructions 1- 5 to
make offers and requests and ask for per-
mission:
a- Someone is carrying heavy bags . Offer to
help. ……………………………………………………………………….
b– You’re writing a letter to a travel company .
Request their brochure.
…………………………………………………………………...…………………
c-You’re in a friend’s house .It’s hot. Ask permis-
sion to open the window.
………………………………………………………………………………………


d-Your friend needs to go to the airport. Of-
fer to drive him/her there.
………………………………………………………………………………..
e-You’re at a restaurant table with friends .
Request the salt.
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1. Complete the following table about yourself.







Read and identify English sounds Session three
Surname First name Age Living place School Hobbies Father’s job Mother’s job



K.ds
.ducation
gr.de
r.les
s.phomore
2. Listen to script one on page 169 then circle the
right answers

I. What’s the relationship between Becky and
Paul? A- They are cousins.
B-They are sister and brother.
C-They are classmates .
II.Which school do Becky and Paul attend?
A-junior high school.
B-primary school.
C- university.
III. Where do Becky And Paul Live?
A– In San Francisco
B-In San Diego
C-In Los Angeles
IV. What is Paul’s hobby?
A-Singing and listening to jazz.
B-Playing American football and motorbiking.
C-Reading novels and short stories.

3. Complete each word with one of the following
vowels : a - e - i - o –u
4- Match the following words according to the
pronunciation of their vowel sounds. Write them
down next to the phonetic symbols.
Always –to –easy –school –but –and –on –sing –her –
class –very –put

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4– In each list cross out the word with the
different vowel sound:
WHAT I HAVE LEARNT:
1– long vowels are:
……………………………………………………
……………………………

2– Short vowels are :
……………………………………………………
……………………….
/ə/ /ɔː/
/ɪ/ /æ/ /ɑː/
/ɜː/ /ɒ/ /uː/
/ʊ / /iː/
I get up at half past eight. I have a cup of fruit
juice ,some milk and bread .We have three lessons a
day. The first one is English grammar. We play dif-
ferent grammar games. While we are playing games,
we are listening to music too. The teacher comes
from time to time to help us. Next, we go to the
computer room, we stay there till twelve o'clock. I
have lunch in our school’s Café. The afternoon lesson
begins at two and lasts till three ,then we go to the
library. We prepare small plays. We sometimes go
on an class discussions.
CONSONANT CLUSTERS
1.Read the text above and pick out words containing
consonant clusters ,then write them down in the right
column .
At the beginning In the middle At the end
Example : grammar
________________

________________

________________
Example : library
________________

________________

________________
Example : discussions
________________

________________

________________
WHAT I HAVE LEANT: A consonant cluster is the
sound of 2 or 3 pronounced ……………….……with
no……………in between .

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1.Read script 2 page 169 and then write
true or false:
a– Becky will visit her grandparents before
school finishes . ………………………………………..
b– She will stay with them when the 1st week
if July is over. ……………………………………….
c– She reminded Paul to visit the Observatory
when he gets back. ………………………….
2. Read script 2 page 169 and then list the
different conjunctions written in bold let-
ters. ……………………………..
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

3.Use the conjunctions above to complete the
sentences. Underline the 1st action and circle
the 2nd action.
Eg:
when I leave lycee.
a– What will you do ……………………..school finish-
es?
b– I’ll stay with them ……………………...the first
week of july is over.
c– I’ll get up and dress as quickly as possi-
ble…………………………………… I hear him driving into
the garage.
d– I’ll do some mortorbiking …………………...I’m
here.
4.Read the grammar window page 68 (school
book) and then complete the rule:








Describing events with reference to time Session four
In the main clause, the verb is in the …………………………………… . The verb in the time clause is in
the ………………………………. We never use ……………………………………………….in the time clause.

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5.Put the verbs in brackets ( ) in the correct tense.
Maurine: Bye, sweetie. Have a safe trip to Spring Valley.
Becky: Thanks, mom. I ( to phone) ……………………………...as soon as I ( to arrive)
………………………………..there.
Maurine: Fine. But remember that I won’t be home in the early evening. I ( to pick up)
……………………………. Paul after his training session ( to be over) ……………………………
Becky: that’s at 6 p.m, isn’t it? I ( to ring) …………………………….. You before you ( to leave )
…………………...home. By the way Mom, ( not/ to forget) to feed my hamster while I ( to be )
…………………………..away.
6.Spot the mistakes and write the corrected sentence :
a– I won’t go until it will stop raining.
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
b– As soon as we will arrive, we will start swimming.
……………………………………………………………………….………………………………………………………….
c– I will not start the class before every body will arrive…
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...…….
d– They will not do some shopping while they were in London.
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….……...




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7. A field trip: You will go for a field trip next Friday. Write a letter to your friend
telling him/her
about it. Describe what you and your friends / or members of family will do Use the
time conjunctions ( when/ as soon as/ after/ before / until)

_____________________________,

______________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

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Expressing condition Session five

1.Read Paul’s expectations page 70 and choose the right answer :
a– If Paul passes his final exam: -he will start to work.
-he will go to High School.
-he will travel to the USA.
b-If he makes enough money: - he will buy a new house.
- he will open a shop.
- he will marry Jenny.
c-If he gets his diploma: - he will work in a restaurant.
- he will study at the university.
- he will go to night school.
2. Read the sentences then complete the table.

a-If you don’t hurry , you will miss the train.
b-If you don’t follow the explanation, you won’t understand the lesson.
c-If you don’t do your homework, the teacher will give you a bad mark.
d-If you don’t obey the rules, you will get into trouble.






IF + ……………………...…………. + …………………………………..
IF - Clause Result

………………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

………………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

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3. Paul’s mother is angry because he doesn’t work as hard as his sister. Now , she is
talking to him and to his sister. Write the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1) If Paul (not to leave) ……………………..home early, he (not to catch) ………………….the school bus.
2) The teacher (to punish) ……………………….him if he (not to do) ……………………….his homework.
3) He (to get) ………………………...a good mark if he (to revise) …………………………. his lessons.
4) Keep quiet ! You (not to solve)…………………... the math’s problem if you (not to concentrate)
………………………………..
5) Be careful ! The teacher (not to let) ………………………..you attend the lesson if you (not to put)
………………………………….on your uniform.
6) If you (to succeed) ……………………………….. in your final exam , your father (to buy) …………….. you a new
computer.




4.Classify Paul’s mother sentences in the right column according to the function they
express.
a-If you forget your homework again ,…………………………………………… .
b-The teacher will give you a low mark if……………………………………… .
c-If you don’t take my advice , ……………………………………………… .
d-You won’t learn your lessons if ………………………………………… .
e-You’ll fail your exam if ………………………………………………….. .
f-If you fail your exam …………………………………………………... .












What I learnt:
“If” introduces a …………………………………………
We use the first conditional to talk about things that are ……………………………………..in
the future.
Promise Warning Suggestion Prediction




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6.You surely have expectations .Write about them.Remember to use the if clauses and the time
conjunctions.

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

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Diagram of education system in England
From diagram to text( writing) Session6
Phase of education Institution qualification Year/grade Key Stage
(KS)
Typical
age
Remark
Pre-school education Nursery
school
/ Founda-
tion Stage

4- 5

C
O
M
P
U
L
S
O
R
Y


Primary education

primary
school
1 KS1 5-6
2 6-7
3
KS2
7-8
4 8-9
5 9-10
6 10-11





Seconda-
ry
educa-
tion
Lower se-
condary
education


college 7
KS3
11-12
8 12-13
9 13-14
10
KS4
14-15
General Certifi-
cates of Second-
ary Education
(GCSE)

11

15-16
Upper se-
condary
education
highschool 12 16-17
Not
C
O
M
P
U
L
S
O
R
Y

Advanced Voca-
tional Certificates
of Education
(AVCE)

13

17-18
Higher and education

Universi-
ties and
others
+18

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Consider the diagram above then answer the following questions:
- where will the pupil go when he passes his primary education?
 How long does the lower secondary education last?

Consider the diagram above then put in “true”, “false” or “not mentioned”:
Education system in England is compulsory between 4 and 18.
Students pass their GCSE at the end of KS4.
After the secondary education, students can go to university or choose a job.
Lexis:
Find in the diagram words that are closest in meaning to the following:
Obligatory=……………………… Level=…………………………………
Mastery of language: ( to add)
Match words in column “A” with the suffixes in column “B”:




Put the correct form of the verbs in brackets:
After I (to get) my diploma, dad (to help) me choose a job.
I (to study) computing if I (to pass) my baccalaureate.
(to phone) me when you (to succeed) in the B.E.M.

Cross out the word that is different in pronunciation:
Wrote – loan – tone – born
Could – room – should – book
Pain – jail – hair – mail
Cat – come – cut - much


……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

A B
Act
psychology
photograph
grammar
er
or
ian
ist

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Situation of integration:
You have already interpreted a diagram in session one , to describe the Algerian Educational
system. Now you will transform the diagram to a paragraph and explain how the education
system in England works and define its different stages .
Use time clauses.
Start like this:
In England, school is compulsory until……………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT PAGE

Homework assignment / Pay attention to time: no more than 1:30


Part one
A/ READING COMPREHENSION AND LEXIS ( 7pts)
a) Read the text and choose the right aNswer to fill in the blanks ( 3pts)
1/ The text is ……….. a) a story b) a biography c) a newspaper article
2/ The title of §1 is :
School violence is a -------- problem. a) Serious b) normal c) future
3/ The title of §2 is:
We all -------- stop school violence. a) Might b) must c) used to
b) Read the text and say: TRUE , FALSE or NOT MENTIONED : (1pts)
1/ Watching TV programmes with violent content are one the main causes of school violence.

2/ Unsuccessful students usually hate schools.

C) In which paragraph is it mentioned that: (1pt)
_ Parents do not pay attention to their children ‘s behavior

_ We can reduce violence if school becomes a safe environment to all.

Lexis: 1/Find in the text words closest in meaning to the following: (1pt)

Secure = ----------- think = ------------
2/ Find in the text words opposite in meaning to the following: (1pt)
School violence isn't easy to understand. There is no single reason why students become violent. One factor
that may explain this problem is our young generation's exposure to violence at an early age, very often in their
own homes, either by witnessing it in family dispute, or by watching it on television or on DVDs or in the street.
Young minds believe then that power justifies all, even murder. Many begin imitating their screen hero by in-
tensifying their desire to live mad. Another factor is the lack of parental attention in many homes. In addition,
unsuccessful students often find schools to be unwelcoming places.
Children have a right to feel safe in school. We need a new vision for our schools. A peaceful school not only is
possible, but it is the most convenient place where students can achieve their potential. Experts tell us that the
only way to reduce violence is to create a climate in which it is considered to be unacceptable by all, giving
teachers and administrators regular guidelines to impose when students misbehave and cultivating knowledge
of creative programmes.


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b) Write the correct form of the verbs between brackets: (3pts)
1/ School education ( to become) ................more effective if students (to be)
………… polite in the class.
2/ Students ( to stop) ……………..violence at school as soon as they ( to leave) ………
……………. its environment out.
3/ If parents ( to make) ……………………. their children aware about the consequences of cheating,
teachers ( not to have)…………………………… any problem in exams
c) Find in the text FOUR words with the following sounds) (2pts)





Part two: Situation of integration (6pts)

Your headmaster has asked you to write a charter of good behavior in school. Include
in your Charter all the people involved in school life. State the duties and obligations of everyone.
Construct The list of your sentences by “ if clauses and time clauses”


/ ai / / ei / / i / / I : /
1- 1- 1- 1-
Start like this and complete with your ideas.
_ When you get in your school you get in your second home.
_ When you and your friends sing the national anthem you……………….
_ When you …………………………………………….
_ When you attend class………………………………..
_ When you leave……………………………………………

_ If your friend behaves badly……………………………………..
_ If your teacher ………………………………………………………..
_ If your counselor…………………………………………..
_ If you……………in your class………………………..
_ If someone………………….you………………..

_ As soon as your fiend needs you
_ As soon as………………………………………..
_ As soon as …………………………………………
_ As soon as……………………………………………..

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT REPORT.
What went wrong in part
two /written production/
situation of integration?
A:relevance……………………………………
……………………………………………………………
…………………………………………….………………
………………………………….…………………………

B: Organisation:
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………

C:Linguistic Resources:
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
What went wrong in part one
of the assignment?
……………………………………………………………
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File four

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Pre-session :







1.Look to the pictures above and classify them :
A. Past: …………………………………………………. B. Present :……………………….
2.Make sentences using the present and the past simple.
Eg: In the past most people lived in houses, now most of them live in buildings .
1-…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2– …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3– …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. a- Do you still see people wearing these clothes these days?...................................................
b– Which picture has a relation with the history of our country? ………………………………………


File four Then

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How do people travel nowadays?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Were things better in the past? Why?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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1.Match the stars with their corresponding activities before and now:
2. Look at the example and do the same with the other celebrities..
a) Djamal Menad used to be a football player. Now, he is a coach at JSMB.
b) ….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
c) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
d) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
e) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
3.Look at the pictures and write sentences using « used to » and
« didn’t use to »about Algeria many years ago:
a- cavemen / to live in the Algerian Sahara.
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
b-Algerian women / to wear the traditional veil (hayek)
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
c-Ketchaoua Mosque /not to be a mosque/ to be a cathedral
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Talking about past habits. Session One
Famous people Past Now
Djamal Menad Guitarist Coach
Idir Shoemaker Actress
Johnny Depp Football player Actor
Cheb Mami unemployed Artist
Nicole Kidman Geologist Singer

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d- Chadli Bendjdid / to govern Algeria / up to 1992
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
e- Our grand parents / not to travel by tramway
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4: Complete the following sentences using :
“used to” + one of the following verbs : wear /
walk / buy / swim / have / drink
1) Liz ……………………………………………………. short hair .
2) John …………………….. ……………………..glasses a few years ago.
3) I …………………….. …………………………………… a lot of coffee.
4) Kate ……………….. …………………………….expensive clothes.
5) When I was young, I ………………………………………... in the river.
6) My father …………………. 5 km to school every morning
5. Change the sentences above to negative
Eg : Liz used to have short hair
She didn’t use to have long hair
1) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
2) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
3) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
4) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
5) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
6.Write about yourself now. Create one sentence for something you used to do
but don’t do anymore, and one sentence for something you didn’t use to but do
now .
1) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….


Used to + a verb refers to
a habit in the past



Sub + used to + verb (infinitif)



Sub + didn’t use to + verb (infinitif)



Did
+ sub + use to + verb …….?
Affirmative form
Negative form
Interrogative form

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Give information using relative pronouns Session Two

1. Read the three stories about a cat, a dog and some monkeys. Which animal (s)do you
think could go in each headline?
a) ………………….go to prison b) ………………...eat money c) ……………….is hurt by automatic
feeders.












2.What do the underlined words in the text refer to :
Who:……………… /………………… Which:……………………………… That:……………………..
3. Read the spoken version of the dog story and answer the questions:
There was this man that loved animals, and one day he found a dog wondering around in
the street and he took him home with him. He left the dog in his house while he went
out shopping and when he came home he had a bit of shock. The stupid dog had eaten £
800 that he had been saving to buy a new car.
a– Can THAT be used for things and people ? ……………………………………….



1-A Southampton dog lover who
rescued a lost dog returned
home to find it had eaten £
2-Monkeys which annoy people
in the northern Indian state of
Punjab are being locked up in a
special jail and held until they
3-A cat feeder, probably for people who
secretly hate their cats, was introduced in
1979. it was a plastic machine that made
feeding the cats a simple job. You put food
into the feeder and it would automatically
give it to the cat. Great idea for a pet
owner– but not so great for the cat. The
lid of the feeder would often fall down

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Activity: Choose the correct relative pronoun
1. The Sahara is a word (where/ who/ which) means desert in Arabic.
2. The caveman is a person (which/ who/ where) used to live in caves.
3. The Sahara is a place (which/ who/ where) it is hard to live, in summer.



WHAT I HAVE LEARNT:
Read the following examples and complete the table:
Group a: There’s the woman who / that told me to come early.
It was my dog who/ that chased the cat, not yours.
Group b: Flowers which/ that attract bees are good for gardens.
Group c: It’s a place where time seems to stand still.
There’s a scene where the hero nearly dies.
Group d: I remember the day when I entered school









Relative Pronoun Refers to
Who / that ………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………… Things
Where ………………………………………………………………
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Session Three Talking about famous people
1.Read the information about Charlie Chaplin. Use the information and the time mark-
ers
1889 - Born in London.
Mother – dancer / Father – actor
Not much money
1894 - Started dancing and singing for money
1904 – Joined a travelling theatre company and went to America.
1910 – Someone offered him a part in a film. Went to Hollywood.
1914 – Became a film director
1914 – 1966 made many funny films
AT FIRST WHEN LATER AFTER THEN
Charlie Chaplin was born in …………… in (1)…………………His mother was a (2)…………… and his fa-
ther was an (3)…………(4)………………..Charlie was only (5)…………………...years old, he started (6)
…………………and (7)…………………….for money. He lived in London for (8)…………………years and (9)
………………………in (10)……………………, he went to America with a travelling theatre
company.
Six years (11)……………..…someone offered him a part in a film and he went to (12) ………………
(13)………….………..he was an actor but (14)……………………....a few years he became a (15)
………………….He made a lot of very funny films between (16)…………………..and……………………(17)
2.Say if these verbs are regular or irregular, and write the correct past simple form
in the boxes below.
a-join b-become c-return d-study e-write f-die g-leave
Regular verbs Irregular verbs
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Activity 3: You’ve already read about famous persons.Choose one of them and write
about his/her biography. (the previous activity can help you)


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Biography of great figures: Abraham Lincoln and the penny


Activity one: Read the text and fill in the table.
Abraham Lincoln, America’s 16
th
president was born in Kentucky in
1809. In 1816 , his family moved west to Indiana, where life was extreme-
ly difficult.
The Lincoln family was very poor and Abraham worked hard to help
his parents, who lived in a little pioneer village.
One day, his mother sent him to do some shopping. The shop was
very far away and Abraham had to walk all the way there. After several hours he finally arrived,
did his shopping, and started the walk home.
On his way back, he suddenly realized that he had a penny too many “the owner of the shop
has made a mistake. This penny is his, not mine”, he thought to himself.
The young boy went home and gave his mother the shopping, then he immediately left again
and walked all the way back to the shop to return the penny. And that is why Abraham Lincoln’s
face is on the penny and why he is known as ¨Honest Abe¨.
Later in his life, Abraham Lincoln became another of America’s most famous citizens. In
1860, when he was a president, a civil war broke out between the North and the South, but Lin-
coln managed to keep the United States together, and he emancipated the black slaves, which
meant that they became free men and women. This made many white people hate him, and in
1865, he was assassinated in a theatre in Washington by a fanatic from the South.
Session four Reading Comprehension
Dates Events
1809

1816

1860

1865


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Activity two: Read the text and answer the following questions
Where and when was Abraham Lincoln born? Abraham Lincoln?.................................................
Was his life easy? ...................................................................................................................................
Did he live in a large town? ...................................................................................................................
Why did he return to the shop? ..........................................................................................................
How did he die? .......................................................................................................................................
What was his nickname? ........................................................................................................................
Activity three: Put the suitable underlined word near its corresponding definition.

Activity four: Now it’s your turn to write a biography about this famous figure using the fol-
lowing information in the chart bellow :
Now start like this:

words definitions

People who belong to a country or a city

Understood or knew something

Was able to do something that was difficult

A person who goes somewhere or does something before other people

Abraham Lincoln was……………………………………………………………………………………………
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Name
Date and place of birth
Childhood
Nickname:
Career
Date and place of death:
Abraham Lincoln
February 12, 1809 Hodgenville, Kentucky
Difficult life / mother’s death
The Great Emancipator
Civil Rights Activist, Lawyer, U.S. President, U.S. Representative
April 15, 1865 Washington, D.C.

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Activity five: Look at the bank notes above and say what is similar between them,
then give their differences by filling the following diagram.








American money
Both
Algerian money

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Read about American natives Session Five
1. Listen to script 2 on P 171, then complete with the right information.
a- Colonists’ nationality: ………………………………………………………
b- Region: ……………………………………………………………………………
c- Native tribe: …………………………………………………………………
d- Famous Indian chief: ……………………………………………………
e- Powhattan’s daughter: …………………………………………………
2. Read script 2and 3 ,then answer the following questions :
a- When did the British colonists arrive to Virginia? ……………………………………………………………………..
b- Which Indian tribe used to live in Virginia? ………………………………………………………………………………….
c– Where did this Indian tribe use to live exactly? ………………………………………………………………………….
d- What was Pacahonta’s age when the colonists settled there? ………………………………………………...
3. Listen to these words.Write them next to the diphthong symbols according to the
sounds of the underlined letters.
/ e i / …………………………… /∂ Ʊ / ……………………………
/a i / …………………………… /a Ʊ/ ……………………………
/i ∂ / …………………………… /Ʊ ∂ / ……………………………
/e ∂ / …………………………… / Ɔ i / ……………………………
my - where - go - house - here - today - now -

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4. Read script 1 and 2 P 171,172, then find words that have the following sounds
and write them in the corresponding column :






5. In each list,pick out the word with a different vowel sound
a– native– later –marry –name
b– tribe—child—princess—colonization
c area—release –there –dare
d– out – rough -shout –powerful
6. Match the words that rhyme and transcribe the
diphthong sounds










7. Pick out from the text (script 2 p 171,172) words having the following
vowels and classify them:

/ a I / / e I /
/ I ∂ / / a Ʊ /
A B

1-
near /…………/
2- old /………/
3- down /………/
4- soil /………../

A- though /………/
B-
double /………./
C-
house /…………/
D- ad-
here /………../
E- toy /………../
What have you learnt :
There are ………...diphthongs:
1. /a/ + /i/ = /…../
2. /e/ + /i / = /…… /
3. /Ɔ / + / i / = /……/
4. /i / + / ∂ / = /……/
5. /e/ + /∂ / = /……/
6. /a/ + /Ʊ/ = /……/
7. /∂ / + /Ʊ/ = /……./
8. /Ʊ / + / ∂ / = /... .…/
Short vowels Long vowels diphthongs
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Session Six Making a presentation of a famous person
1. Read the presentation and tick the
right information
In the classroom today you will about
Martin Luther King, Jr., an important
person in American history .
Today is the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15th,
1929.
He was an African American clergyman, activist,
and prominent leader in the American civil rights
movement.
He made progress to secure civil rights in the
United States.
King became a civil rights activist early in his
career. He led the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott.
King's efforts led to the 1963 March on Wash-
ington, where King delivered his famous “I Have a
Dream” speech.
In 1964, King became the youngest per-
son to achieve the Nobel Peace Prize for his work
to end racial segregation and racial discrimination.
King was assassinated on April 4th,
1968, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was established as a
U.S. national holiday in 1986.
The holiday is celebrated on the Monday following
the day of his birthday.
He was one of the great leaders in American
history.

1. Martin Luther King was a non violent
person
2. The speech he made in Washington
was his first one.
3. He was the first Blackman to win No-
bel Prize
2: Read and underline the events that
fit these dates.
 Jan 15 1929
 1955
 1963
 1964
 Apr 4 1968
 1986
Now draw the timeline of his life ( turn
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Production task:
Make a presentation of a hero from our country to your class
Draw the timeline of his life
Write the paragraph using the conventions of biography writing and choose a title to your
presentation
 from 1986














the Americans celebrate his anniversary,the
next Monday following his birthday.

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Before taking your assessment, how much do you remember?
Pronunciation: A/ Read this text and underline the words with diphthongs
Tina is my little sister. She loves toys a lot. She has a nice doll. Her name is Dolly. Dol-
ly has long black hair, beautiful ears, blue eyes, a short turned up nose and a perfect rosy
mouth.
B/ Read this short text and put its words in the correct box

Grammar:
A: Put these sentences in the correct order.
a) used to / study / very hard / Lucy
__________________________________________________
b) long hair / He / used to / have
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c) Suzy / go / used to / the cinema.
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d) They / go out / used to / the evenings / in
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e) used to / wonderful beach / There / be / here
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f) travel / used to / a lot / We
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g) She / play / tennis / used to
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h) James / his bike / ride / used to / in the park.
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which prompts is repeated in all sentences? What is it?
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B: Look at the sentences in activity A
1. Put the first four sentences in the negative form.
a) ___________________________________________________________
b) ___________________________________________________________
c) ____________________________________________________________
d) ____________________________________________________________
2. Put the last four sentences in the interrogative form.
e)______________________________________________________________?
f) ______________________________________________________________?
g) ______________________________________________________________?
h)______________________________________________________________?

C/ Complete the sentences with the right relative pronoun (who/which/whose /where)

1- I used to like the fete………………the students organised at the end of every school year.
2- the school caretaker used to give us a spare room…………………we put everything we made.
3- The boys……………….used to take woodwork lessons, made wooden toys like trains and dolls.
4- The students……………………work was perfect, were congratulated by the headmaster.
5- There used to be a large hall…………………….students could organise the parties.

D/ Choose the correct pronoun to get relative clauses

1 -Cavemen used spears and stone axes. They are made by wood and stones. (who/which)
2-They drew on the walls of caves. They lived in those caves. (Who/where)
3–The people lived in caves. They are called cave men. (who/which)
4- This is the corner of the cave. Cavemen used to keep their musical instruments there.
(that / where)
5- The cavemen were our ancestors. Their life was hard. (That/ whose)
Possibility to replace sequencers by : second ……. Finally

Writing:A/ fill in the gaps with the sequencers : first, then, after that, and, later
Emir AbdelKader was the Founder of modern Algeria and leader of its struggle against
the French……………………….he organized a true state, imposing equal taxes and suppressing
the privileges of the warlike tribes…………………………. he fortified the interior towns, opened
arsenals and workshops, ………………………… expanded education. The French overpowered his
forces and arrested him by 1846. Upon his parole in 1853, he chose a life of exile, eventual-
ly settling in Damascus.

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B/1- How many biographies are there in this text? ………………………………..
Agatha Christie was a famous British detective story writer. She was born in 1890 and
died in 1976. She was a very popular author who wrote more than seventy- six novels. Char-
lie Chaplin was a famous British actor and film director. He was born in 1889 and died in
1977. Charlie created one of the world’s greatest screen clowns. She began writing in the
1920s and is most famous for her novels Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile
and The Mousetrap. His best films were The Tramp, The Kid, City Lights and Modern Times.
Many of her books are now also successful films and TV series. Chaplin spent many years in
Switzerland before he returned to the USA in 1972.His films are still popular today.
2- Write the 2 biographies separately.
a/……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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b/…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Go to page 108. activity 5. name the writing strategies.
1. ……………………………………….
2. ………………………………………
3. …………………………………..
4. ……………………………………..

Do the ‘’write it out’’ activity, page 109. use the strategies to improve the sentences, then
write the biography of Mahatma Gandhi.
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Now evaluate yourself : see the evaluation questionnaire and complete your learning log


I can Yes no If no ,get back to session
Use the semi -modal “used to”
Use relative pronouns
Identify the different diphthongs
Use sequencers in a biography
Identify time markers in a biography
Identify sequences of events in a biography
Do a class presentation about your hero b
I can use strategies related to biography writ-
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A. READING
COMPREHENSION
Activity One: Read the following statements and write “True” or “False”. (3pts)
1-Before studying medicine, al Razi was interested in music.
2-Al Razi worked as a nurse at the Royal Hospital.
3-He died in Baghdad
Homework assignment / Pay attention to time: no more than 1:30
Part one
Read the text and do the following activities
Abu Bakr Mohamed Ibn Zakaria al Razi
Al Razi was born at Rey, Persia (near Tehran, Iran) in 865. Early on in al Razi’s life, he
became interested in singing and music, but soon his interests took residence in the study
of chemistry, philosophy , mathematics , physics and medicine. Al Razi studied from a stu-
dent of Hunayn Ibn Ishaq, who was well versed in the ancient Greek Persian, and Indian
systems of medicine and other subjects.
Al Razi was first appointed as head of the first Royal Hospital at Rey , After he moved
to the Muqtadari Hospital in Baghdad as the head during the reign of the Adhud-Daulah.
Al Razi practised for over 35 years and wrote about 200 books, of which more than half
are medical. Al-Razi’s medical works in clued monographs, one of which was the first trea-
tise on smallpox, chickenpox, and measles.
In addition to his work in the medical field, al-Razi also compounded medicines , and later
in his life , turned to experimental and theoretical sciences.
He wrote a few smaller treatises on colic, on stones in the kidney and on children’s diabe-
tes. Al Razi moved at various times to different cities especially between Rey and Baghdad.
He returned to Rey, where he died in 925.
Chickenpox = varicelle
smallpox = variole
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Activity Two: Read the text and answer the following questions (2pts)
- Did al Razi study systems of medicine?.............................................................
- Did he write political books?...............................................................................
Lexis (2pts)
a) Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following. (2pts)
-learned = , came back =
b) Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following.
a lot of ≠ , modern ≠
B/ Mastery of language (7pts)
a) Find in the text six verbs describing past actions.Complete the table (3pts)


b) Combine the following sentences using the right relative pronoun. (2pts)
- Al Razi moved to Baghdad. He held a position as a chief director of a hospital in Baghdad.
( when / where) - …………………………………………………………………………………………
-Al Razi was a generous man. He used to give the poor patients full treatment without demanding
any payment. ( which / who)-…………………………………………………………………………………………..
C) Find in the text 4 words that have the following sounds: ( 2pts)
/ei/ /ai:/ ( draw the table)
Part two: Written expression (6pts)
Your English teacher asked you to write Ibn Sina’s biography. Use the information bellow ,
relative pronouns and time markers when necessary.
Date and place of birth: 980 near Boukhara.
Occupation: great doctor.
Studies: Arabic / science .
Celebrity: before/ 20/ famous/ people/ call/ prince/ medicine/ become.
Patients: The sultan/ allow/ use/ private library/ the palace/ improve/ knowledge
Book: “The canon of Medicine” write.
Regular verbs Irregular verbs
…………………………………….
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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT REPORT.
What went wrong in part
two /written production/
situation of integration?
A:relevance……………………………………
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B: Organisation:
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C:Linguistic Resources:
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What went wrong in part one
of the assignment?
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Situation one :Two students are talking about their plans for the future .
Peter: I am thinking of moving to Oxford University next month
Jill: Really , why do you want to do that?
Peter: Because I think if I stay here, I will get bored .
Jill: But you might not like Oxford .what will you do then?
Peter: I know. I’ ll like it because I have been there before
Activity one: read and complete the following sentence so that it makes sense:
1-Peter wants to study at ……………………………….he won’t be disappointed if he moves there because
he……………………………..
Activity two/-which of the following part of the sentence expresses condition ?
[if I stay here], [I will get bored ]
1 2
[if Peter goes to Oxford], [He will like it]
1 2
Situation two: four friends have played the pools for many reasons
Jane hasn’t enough money to further her university studies.
George is very generous, he likes helping ……. .
Tom has never gone abroad, but he would like to.
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Activity two:Guess who says what. Write down their names



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Compare the two situations . Are the events possible ? Justify
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Well, if I won a lottery I
would travel abroad
Hum, if I won, I’d share
the money with my family
That would be a dream, so
if I won I’d pay education
for myself .

If I won the money I would
change my over all lifestyle .

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Activity three: Here are some quotes about dreams try to explain them the way
you understand them . Start like this:
If you………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
‘1. ’Just believe in your dreams.’’
2.’’Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.’’
‘3. ‘’Dreams become true ‘’
1. If you believe ……………………………………………..
2. If you live your fears …………………………………………..
3. If you can dream it you ……………………………………….


Which of the three proverbs has the same meaning of this: “Hold fast to dreams,
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Now, can you finish the proverb?
Hold fast to dreams, because if dreams………………, ………………………………………………………….



A n s w e r : H o l d f a s t t o d r e a m s b e c a u s e i f d r e a m s d i e l i f e i s a b r o k e n w i n g e d b i r d t h a t c a n n o t f l y

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Read the following extracts then match them with these headlines
a–what a winner ! b-Jupiter ,saviour of the world c-baby talk
Headline a :...................
Headline b : ...................
Headline c : ....................
Now answer these questions:
Extract one:

Extract two:
Extract three
Put between brackets the sentences with if clauses:

OIf a large comet hit the earth, Humans would very soon die out. If it hit the
land, it would cause earthquakes worldwide, knocking down almost every building. If
it landed in the deepest ocean, it would send waves thousands of feet high over
surrounding continents. A minimum of a billion people might die .But Jupiter helps
to stop such disaster
O Margaret Jones, 56 years old, she has won two out of three competitions
she has entered this year, and now she has won the lottery too! Ok, she didn’t win
the top prize, but she is not unhappy with her 50,000 £ .Margaret’s amazing. If
she enters a competition, she will win! says her husband Mike.
ORosanna Della Corte was 62 years old, when she gave birth to a son in 2010, now
she is trying for another. If Rosanna gives a birth soon, she’ll be happy.
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Now write your prediction ( activity one page 121)
1. If trees ……………………………..
2. If man …………………………………..
3. If money ………………………………………………………..
4. If animals ……………………………………………………………………
5. If aliens ………………………………………………………………………………………
Go to same page and do activity 3


Now draw the rule
If + ………………………………………………….. Subject +………………………………………………………………………………

Write a short paragraph about the things you would change in your life if you could.
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Session Two Expressing Certainty and Uncertainty



The second conditional is used to talk about things unreal (not true or not possible)
In the present or the future (things which don’t or won’t happen)

Activity one:
Listen to the script 1 page 173 and complete the following sentences:

1-If Bashir suddenly became rich, he..........................................
2-He would pay a visit to his pen friend Kerry in Sydney, if...........................................
3-If he asked Kerry, she...................................................................................

Activity two: Match A With B
A B

Activity three: these examples are all conditional sentences; say what the con-
tracted verb forms are in each sentence

1– If I won the lottery; I’d buy a new house
2-If we didn’t have so many employees, we wouldn’t be efficient
-If I were the manager -We would become more fluent
-If I were forty years younger -She would be upset
-If she didn’t get the job -They would behave differently
-If people had the chance to repeat their lives -I would marry someone else
-If we spoke English more often -I would be with hard workers and strict with
lazy ones
What have you learned?
With conditional type 2 we can use ………+ stem …and the past sim-
ple tense in a sentence to imagine something totally different
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Session Two Expressing Certainty and Uncertainty
The second conditional is used to talk about things unreal (not true or not possible)
In the present or the future (things which don’t or won’t happen)


If I were you, I would drive more carefully in the rain I am not you -this is unreal/ giving advice
Paula would be sad if Jane left Jane has not left up to now / making predic-
If dogs had wings , they would be able to fly Dogs don’t have wings –impossible happening
Activity one:
Listen to the script 1 page 173 and complete the following sentences:

1-If Bashir suddenly became rich, he..........................................
2-He would pay a visit to his pen friend Kerry in Sydney, if...........................................
3-If he asked Kerry, she...................................................................................
Activity two: Match A With B
A B

Activity three: these examples are all conditional sentences; say what the con-
tracted verb forms are in each sentence
1– If I won the lottery; I’d buy a new house
2-If we didn’t have so many employees, we wouldn’t be efficient


-If I were the manager -We would become more fluent
-If I were forty years younger -She would be upset
-If she didn’t get the job -They would behave differently
-If people had the chance to repeat their lives -I would marry someone else
-If we spoke English more often -I would be with hard workers and strict with
What have you learned?
With conditional type 2 we can use ………+ stem …and the past simple tense in a
sentence to imagine something totally different from the real present situation
If+s+verb in the past/ +s+…….verb stem

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Activity three: Spot the four mistakes in the squared sentences of the following
text and correct them.
The text:

Activity four: A/ write the suitable answers for the following questions:
Example:
A: How would your friend feel if you always wore the same clothes as him /her?
B: He would probably get quite annoyed with me

A: what would you do if you found 10.000 DZD in the street?
B.......................................................................................
A: Where would you live if you could live anywhere else in the world?
B:...............................................................................................
A: What would you do if you saw a bear in the forest?
B:............................................................................
B/ write the suitable questions:
Example:
A: what would you do if you had a big house with a swimming pool?
B: If I had a big house, I’d organize a party every weekend and invite all my
friends
A:..........................................................................................................................?
B: I’d be really happy, but I’d feel a bit sorry for my friends who didn’t do as well as me
Yesterday was a very bad day .[If it doesn’t rain, perhaps it wouldn’t be so
difficult ].But it poured all day and I had real problems .I needed to go to an
important meeting, but the car broke down on the way .[If I serviced it reg-
ularly I won’t be so unreliable ].Never mind , I thought , [if I bring my cell
phone with me , I’d call the breakdown company .]
-Well, [if I find a phone box , I wouldn’t be in that situation ].
[What would my boss say if I don’t get to the meeting?].
I could get there but not in time. So I ended up late for the meeting , and
yes the boss was furious with me .It was a disastrous day
Didn’t rain


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Read Abdelkader’s dairy page and Ronald’s email and do the task 2 and 3 page 123.
Task 2
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Task 3
a-…………………………………………………………………………. b-…………………………………………………………………………….
a-…………………………………………………………………………. b-…………………………………………………………………………….
Activity one: What do the following sentences express? The first one is done for you.

1……d...2 …….. 3 …….. 4 …….. 5 …….. 6 …….. 7 …….. 8 …….. 9……..
Activity two: choose the correct answer between the two suggested verb formsfor
each of the small exchanges below:

A: What are you going to do tonight?
B: I don’t know, I am going /I might go out or stay with my sister
A:Next holidays , I might go/I am going to Tunisia I’ve already bought the plane tickets
B:………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
A: Jennifer is going to/might celebrate her birthday, she sent the invitation card yester-
day
B:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
A:What time will Ann arrive from Paris ?
1-If I were you, I would think about my diet a bit more seriously
2-Karima is absent she might be ill
3-our neighbours brought a luxurious car, they might win a lottery
4-“Peter suffers from insomnia “he might consult a psychologist “
5-she’s always nervous , she might have problems with her husband
6-stop teasing people, you might have serious problems
7-You might phone me or might send me an email
8-don’t waste so much money for parties ,you might be in problems
9-You won a prize, you might go on trip or you might have 45.000DA
a-deduction
b-options
c-warning
d-suggestion
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Write it up : A friend of yours is spending his /her holidays in Britain . S/He has
informed you by e-mail that s/he has lost his/her passport,missed his/her plan
ticket, his/her suitcase was taken by another passenger .Suggest a course of
actions to him or her


Dear…………………,

Sorry to hear about the troubles you’re having in Britain at present .If I
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Session Four Asking for and Giving Advice



Pre –lesson:
Look at these pictures and guess what happened and then say what would you do if
you were in either situation.












While lesson:
Activity one: Listen to the script on page 174 then say whether these sentences
are true (T) or false (F). Correct the false ones:

a-A return flight to Tamanrasset costs 30.000€
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b-We do have charter flights, fortunately
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c-If Ronald had enough money; he would buy a return ticket to Tamanrasset
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d-He won’t rent a car because he hasn’t got enough money
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e-He will hitchhike in Northern Sahara
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Activity two: How would you advise your friend in these situations?
Use these expressions:



Example:
A-Yesterday, I fell down, my leg hurts. What should I do?
B-If I were you I’d put a bandage on it
Situation one :A-I had a bad mark in maths .What should I do?
B:........................................................................................................................................................................
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Situation two A: My history teacher picks on me because of my haircut .What should I do?
B:........................................................................................................................................................................
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Situation three: I can’t sleep because of my neighbour who plays music until 1 A..M
B:........................................................................................................................................................................
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Situation four : My sister always takes my clothes without asking me first
B:...............................................................................................................................




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Session five Agony Letter




















Adapted from:www.esltopics.com
The agony letter
1-Read the two letters guess from which newspaper page are taken :
A-News page
B-advertisement page
C-problem page
D-sports page

2-find the main idea of each letter: (one is irrelevant):
A boy in a dilemma about the choice of his job
Dear Anita,
My doctor says I am too heavy and
that I should do exercise to lose 10 or
15 Kilograms .However , I don’t have a
lot of free time –After I come home
from work , I usually help our kids
with their homework , then prepare
dinner , and then relax a little by
watching TV before I go to bed. Also,
I think that a lot of exercise, Like
running or doing push -ups, is quite
boring .Could you please give me some
advice about what kind of exercise is
best for me to lose weight
Jenny
Dear Anita,
Our 16-years old son refuses to play
any kind of team sport at school .He
says that playing sports is a waste of
time if you aren’t the best and you don’t
always get first place .H e says that
winning a gold medal or trophy is the
most important thing about playing
sports, instead of exercising .H e
spends most of his free time on-line
with his computer.
His mother and I would really like to
see him make more friends and become
more active
Do you have any suggestion for us, how
can we get our son off the computer and
become more interested in team sports?
Thanks .
Sam
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3-a-why doesn’t the woman do a sport activity?
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-b-what does Sam‘s son think about sport?
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4-Be the agony aunt and write a reply to Sam in which you suggest some solutions
for
him, to cope with his/her difficulty
Dear………………,
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Activity one: Complete with and, but, so










Ac- tivity two: Read this composition and fill in the gaps with : but, so, and.
First of all , I’d like to say that, in general, the people in my country tend to work as hard
as people in some countries .Most of our population works in the service indus-
try……………………..there is very little heavy industry ………….most maufacturing is fully auto-
mated . ……………..they usually work about 35 hours a week and have four weeks’ holidays a
year. In some countries the situation is different .People have to work in old fashioned
factories or work in fields using animals rather than tractors .……………………………things are
beginning to change .There are fewer jobs ………….. people are out of work ………………………
people have to work harder to keep their jobs ………….avoid being redundant .In conclusion ,
I’d like to say that I agree that people nowadays have to work hard.
(in Cambridge Ojective , First Certificate, CPU ed,2005)

I enjoyed my holidays,
……………I didn’t enjoy the
It started to rain ………we
went back home.
My mother speaks
Tamazight, Arabic………
French
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Activity Three: read again the text then replace - and, but ,so with the linking
words from the boxes below :



Activity four: a: Match the
two halves to get meaningful sentences
Activity five: read the following headline and reorder the following sentence from the newspaper
article











I can speak some English, therefore a-They aren’t happy
They are rich, yet …………………… b-she is really generous
Kate is brave in addition to that ………………………. c-he enjoyed the navy
Sam left school with great sorrow however ………………………….. d-I can watch American movies
Should companies give men and women equal opportunities to have time off work to look after their
children ?
YET
ON THE CONTRARY
HOWEVER
BESIDES
FURTHERMORE
In addition to
that
MOREOVER
THEREFORE
AS A RESULT
A- This already happens in some parts of the
world ,Particularly in Scandinavia , where
both men and women are offered maternity
leave .
B- Not only would the family benefit from
this flexibility, but also companies ,which
would have happier workers .
C- In conclusion, I believe that both parents
should be giving the choice of deciding who
will stay at home and who will go back to
work.
D- However ,companies in my country ,and
men ,might take a while to accept this
idea ,I think that it is an inevitable part of
social changes
E- In the past , and also nowadays in many
countries, it was always the man who went out
to work leaving his wife at home to take care
of the children .
F- I ‘d to begin this composition by saying
that I think both parents should be encour-
aged to take an active part in looking after
their
G- Yet, society is beginning to change and their
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Copy down the text but underline the transitional devices ( … in addition , however, yet ….)
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Reminder :
1-You could use in addition to , besides , moreover, furthermore
instead of………...to join sentences and link ideas .
2-You could use yet ,on the contrary , however , in contrast
instead of ………………………………to present another side of issue.
3-you could use therefore, as a result instead of …………………
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WEEK OF INTEGRATION REVIEW AND REMEDIAL
Activity one: Match the sentences from column A with the sentences in column B
A B

Activity two: Write the correct from of the verbs between brackets
1-If Jonathan didn’t sleep late, he ………………..(to arrive)on time
2-I’d let my dog sleep on my bed ,if it ……………………(not to be) so big
3-If I……………………..(to see) him, I would say hello
4-I……………………. (Not to go) to school, if I left sick
5-If she were more careful, she (not to burn)……………herself
6-It would be easier to find a job, If I (to have) better qualifications
7-Do you think we would speak better if we (to go)………………….to England?
Activity Three: Rewrite the sentences using the second conditional:
1-I don’t have his phone number. I can’t call him
If ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2-I feel terrible, I can’t go to school
If………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
3-My parents don’t like him because he looks like so stranger
If………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4-The child was killed because the train didn’t stop quickly
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

-If it snowed -If she liked it
-If I had time -We’d go skiing
-She’d buy the car -I’d write the report for you
-I wouldn’t forget -They wouldn’t go on strike
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Activity four: Imagine you are a parent giving advice to a teenager. Use the following
expressions :



1-You have failed your exam
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2-you can’t get up in the morning for school
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3-your motorbike has broken down and you can’t repair it
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4-You can’t study because you are listening to music at the same time
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Activity five: Complete the blanks on the dictionary entries below with the category
to which the explained word belongs: (n) noun, (adj) adjective, (v) verb.
Listen to your teacher reading the entries and mark the stressed syllables of the
entries with a prime (‘) . What do you notice?


If I were you/ If I were in your position/You could/You might/The best thing to do would be
Object [ `obdZekt] /
…….., sth that can be seen or touched,
material thing, eg: Tell me the names of
the objects in this room.
Present /`prez Ent/ …….., a thing you
give to sb as a gift, eg: I’ll make you a
present.
Record /` rek Ø:d/ ………, sound that
has been recorded.
Object / ob`dZekt/ …….., say that
one is not in favour of sth, be op-
posed to, make a protest against,
eg : I object all this noise.
Present /pri`zEnt/ …….., give of-
fer, eg: He presented the village
with a bus.
Record /ri`kØ:d/ ………, make a copy
of music, film……. by storing it on
tape or a disc to listen to or watch
again.

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Activity 1 :
A)-Complete the blanks in the dictionary entries with the category to which the explained words
belong: (n) noun - (adj) adjective - (v) verb .

absent /ᵆbsₔnt/ ……. ,not present at a place. Eg : He has been absentfrom school for a cold
absent/ ₔbsent/… k eep oneself away from, or leave Eg: She absented herself from the
meeting

accent /ₔeksent /……..individual ,local or national way of speaking eg: Tom hasn’t lost his strong
Irish
accent.
accent / /ₔeksent/……put emphasis on a syllable or a word

contact /Kɒntact /……... communication between people,countries and organizations
eg : Our work brings us into contact everyday.
contact /Kɒntact /……reach someone by telephone, letter or internet eg : Where can I con-
tact you next
week?

desert /dezЗ:t/ …… meaning leave someone without help or support , abandon or go away from
eg: If soldiers desert,they leave the army without permission
desert /dez∂t/……… An arid region without water and trees ,often covered with sand.

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Part one :Reading comprehension (7pts)
Activity one: Read the two short texts above. Are the following statements true or false? (2pts)
1-The author of the first text has chosen to give a code name because he doesn’t want to be recognized . 2-
The two texts are taken from a sport newspaper .

Activity two: Read the texts again and answer the following questions :

1-What does the author seek in the first text?

a)for advice b)for suggestion c)for money
2-What’s the author’s problem?..........................................................................................

3-Does the author of the second text advise him to leave the new school ?

Dear Aunt ,
I’ve just moved to a new school and I
really like it .unfortunately, I have al-
ready been in trouble because I hate
P.E (Physical education). I’m not good at
sports and I don’t understand the
rules .I ‘ve started missing school on
Tuesdays and Thursdays when I have
P.E but I am getting behind in my other
subjects too .I’ m so depressed ,but no
one understands how terrible P.E is for
me , what would you do if you were me ?
Miserable

If i were you, I’d try to change my
attitude .There are 168 hours in a week
and you only have to be in P.E class for
two of them. Two hours a week isn’t
much ,is it?
If I felt miserable like you do I’d
talk to the P.E teacher. I’d ask her if
she could help me understand some of
the rules, and I’d ask her to help me
find an interesting sport .
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Part two: situation of integration (6pts)
Your friend told you about his/her project of becoming a police officer and his/her fa-
ther’s objection because he wants him/her to be a doctor. Write an account in which you state :
1. Why he/ she wants to be a police officer
2. Why it would be good to be rather a doctor than a policeman
3. The suggestions you have made to him/ her.
- Don’t forget to use the if clauses and linking words

Lexis: Find in the text (2pts)

a) A verb which means not to like something……………………………………

b) A noun which means a problem…………………………………………………….

B/ Mastery of language (7pts)

Activity one: Write the correct form of the verbs brackets : (2pts)

I( to join) ……………………..a sport club If I (to be )………… you.
If I ( to want) ………………….. to get slimer, I (to do)………………… some extra activities.

Activity Two: Complete the following sentences with the correct linking words: (3pts)
In conclusion, so, and, however, but

1-The author of the first text is active………………………he /she doesn’t like sports.

2-The author is in a dilemma ………………………..she asks for advice .

3-Practicing sport keeps un physically ……………………mentally fit .

Activity three: Arrange the words below according to their pronunciation in the right column.
( 2pts)
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Fact and fiction Pre-session

Activity 1: Write under each picture the corresponding title.
 a volcano / Snow white / A street accident / Little red ridding hood /
 A plane crash / The wizard of oz / A bank roberry / An earth quake
 The beauty and the beast

Activity 2:Look at the pictures again and put the appropriate number near each title:


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what when where why damages
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Activity 3: A/ Complete the table with information from the text.
The Deadliest Airplane Accidents in History





B/ Match the two halves to form correct sentences:



A plane crash is a truly catastrophic incident, whatever size the
aircraft, the words and pictures that follow may make you think
twice about air travel.
One of the most infamous – though in terms of lives lost perhaps not the deadliest –
was Air France Flight 4590 disaster which took place on 25 July,
2000. As the Concorde involved was taking off from France's
Charles de Gaulle International Airport it hit a piece of debris lying
on the runway which burst one of its tyres. Some of the debris
struck the plane's wing, causing one of the fuel tanks to rupture.
With fuel leaking, flames engulfed the aircraft, which was unable to climb or accel-
erate. Its wing disintegrating, the Concorde crashed into the nearby Hôtelissimo,
A B
 The plane hit a piece of debris
 It crashed
 When the journalists arrived,
 and 113 people died
 the authorities were investigating
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1) Last year, Becky and her family travelled to Sumatra (an island in Indonesia). Ask and answer questions
about what each member of her family did on the beach on April 11th, 2011.

A: What did Becky and her friends do yesterday in the beach?
B: They played beach volley.



Mr Brown / to work on his computer
A: ……………………………………………………………………………………..?
B: ………………………………………………………………………………………..

Mrs Brown / to meet her friends
A: …………………………………………………………..…………………..?
B: ……………………………………………………………………………..

Her brothers / to play frisbee
A:………………………………………………………………………………………….?
B: …………………………………………………………………………………... ...

Her cousins / to build up sandcastles
A: ……………………………………………………………………………………..?
B: ……………………………………………………………………………………...
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2) Pair work. Look at the pictures again.
Then ask and answer questions about what
each member of Becky’s family was doing
when the tsunami happened.

Eg: A: What were Becky and her friends
doing when the tsunami happened?
B: They were playing beach volley.

1) Her father
A: ………………………………………………………………………………………………..?
B:…………………………………………………………………………………………………
2) Her mother
A: ………………………………………………………………………………………………..?
B:…………………………………………………………………………………………………
3) Her brothers
A: ………………………………………………………………………………………………..?
B:…………………………………………………………………………………………………
4) Her cousins
A: ………………………………………………………………………………………………..?
B:……………………………………………………………………………………………

Complete the rule and
the diagram
We often use ……………………...
tense to show that the ac-
tion was in progress in the
past
We use the …………………………..
tense to show that some-
thing happened in the middle
of a progressive action in
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a-Where was Megan last month ?
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b-Who was she with? ………………………………………………………..
c- What happened in the beach?
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d- What was Peter doing while Megan was sunbathing?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………
e- What were they doing when the object changed to
red?..........................................................
Read the text carefully and answer the questions below:
My name’s Megan. Last month, I was at the
beach with Peter and Lucy . Lucy and I were
sunbathing while Peter was buying ice cream in
a café.
Suddenly, we heard a very loud noise. We
looked up and we saw this object in the sky . It
was very long and it was a sort of green colour.
It was moving very slowly.
We were looking at the object when it sud-
denly changed to red. Peter and Lucy came and
stood next to me. The object changed to blue
and it started to move very fast. In a few se-
conds it was invisible.
We talked to a lot of people on the beach
but they didn’t have any explanation.
Source:
2-Fill in the gaps with the past conti-
nuous of the verbs in brackets
a-Megan …………….. (to have) fun with her
friends when a strange object appeared
in the sky.
b-Megan was taking photos of the
strange object while her friends
…………….. (to watch) it.
c- The object …………..( to move) quickly
when it became invisible.
d-As Megan and I ………….. (to look at)
the object, her telephone rang.

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3-Peter is always having accidents. His friend Morgan is talking about some of the ac-
cidents. Rewrite the following sentences with the correct verb form.
Eg: he break / his leg / when / he / ski
He broke his leg when he was skiing.
a-when / he / carry / a suitcase/ he / drop / it on his foot
……………………………………………………………………………
b-he / fall down / from a chair / while / I / paint / it.
……………………………………………………………………………………………
c- his hair / catch / fire/ when / he / cook / chips.
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d-as / he / run / for a bus / he / collide / with a lamp post
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Before you read : a.Match title with the kind of fiction :
-b. Now match titles with corresponding details




Now read the tale and do the following activities
Activity one: Find the title of the tale in the pre reading activity: ………………………….
Activity two: match paragraph number with its main idea:




Paragraph Main idea
a. Paragraph 1
b. Paragraph 2
c. Paragraph 3

1. After the king and the queen desperately wished
to have a child her , their dream came true.
2. One of the wise women was not invited .
3. The princess fell dead when she was fifteen;

Session two story telling fairy tales
A long time ago there were a king and a queen who desperately wished to have a child . When the
queen was bathing, one day, a frog crept out of the wa-ter onto the land , and said to her:’’ Your wish
will be fulfilled before a year has gone by, you will have a daughter’’. Eventually , the queen had a little
girl who was very pretty. To express his happiness , the king ordered a great feast. He invited many
people and included the the wise women. There were thirteen of them in the kingdom.
One of them was not invited because there were only twelve golden plates. As the feast neared to the
end, wise women forecast nice things for the prin-cess. When eleven of them had made their promis-
es, suddenly the thirteenth came in. As she entered she said:’’ the king’s daughter shall, in her fif-
teenth year , prick herself with a spindle and fall down dead’’;
They were all shocked . The twelfth wise woman , whose good wish still re-mained, said :’’the princess
won’t die but she will sleep for hundred years’’. When she was fifteen the princess pricked herself
with a spindle and fell dead. While people were lying asleep , a thord edge grew and covered the pal-
ace .[…]

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Activity three: read the tale and fill in the gaps with the right character (s):
1. ……………….. was having a bath when a frog crept out. And months later her majesty had a beautiful baby princess;
2. ……………….. ordered a a great feast
3. ………………..were invited to the feast
4. ………………..made a bad prediction to the princess
Activity four: Find in the text the words that have following definitions:
1. Feeling that there is very little hope for something to happen( paragraph 1)
2. Something that is wanted and becomes true. ( paragraph 1)
3. Someone who is able to give good advice and make good decisions ( paragraph 1 and 2)
4. A thin pointed piece of wood used for spinning wool into thread by hand ( para-graph 3)
Activity five: Write the end of the tale: start like this:
After one hundred years someone came to that country. It was
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After you read
1. Have you noticed , how some words are formed?

Nouns can be formed with different suffixes
The king invited many people he sent invitations to many people
Now do this activity: make a noun from the following verbs . Use the suffix ion and make the necessary changes.










Verb noun verb noun
Dedicate
Civilise
Inform
conclude
Transform
Admire
Predict
Receive

What have you learnt about fairy tales:
1. We generally use ……………….. tenses
2. We use the following time markers: Once upon a time;………………….; One day; Long ago;
3. The fiction is …………….. and genrally involves ………………… creatures

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Go back to the text for pronunciation:
Classify the words taken from the text according to the following vowel sounds:
Have; land ; said; one; hundred; dea d
/e/
/ú/
/A/

Now put the following words in the right column:
Hand; under;tell;head; marry;honey; number; but; met; sad; trap

in each list, pick out the word with a different vowel sound
1. fan ; men; had; gas
2. said; bed; deaf;dear
3. Bus; bull; brother;run

In tales we generally learn wise things, especially in fables:
In the fable ‘the ants and the grasshopper we learn that: Laziness brings want
Read the following proverbs and find the fable they derive from:


the Fox and …………………………………….


Instead of fables folk tales also teach moral values . Write the story of a famous folk tale you know .
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Session three Reporting an event
A – crimes and criminals
Classify the following words in the following chart
a murderer - a mugger – a drug dealer – a shoplifter - a carthief – a robber – a burglar – excessive speed driver.













Find the corresponding picture to each kind of crime.
Use the lexis above to complet the following sentences.
John west ………….. his wife.
There are a lot of ……………… in the city centre.
The bank was …………….. yesterday . My sister.
was ……. yesterday.
Lady mortant had an accident yesterday ; she …………… a traffic island.
There was …………… at home last night.
A …………. sells illegal drugs.

Lady Morgan had an accident this morning; Her car ………………. with a van.

crime Robbery Murder Burglary Car theft Mugging
[att…]
Drug
dealing
Shop
lifting
Violent
accident
Person
Verb To rob To murder To break
into
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B
a) Complete the infinitive and past forms of these irregular verbs.
Use these vowels a, e, i, o or u.






b) Read this police report. Complete the sentences with the past simple form of
the verbs in the box





Be(×2) arrive leave not want see
can’t go
Police report : bank robbery





We arrived at the ban kat 9 :36 in the evening, and we____________our police car
outside. The bank ___________closed and all the lights__________off, but we
___________ through the window. We ____________ a person inside the bank. At
first we ________ see who it was, but then he __________ the door and came out
– it was Steven Potter. He __________away – he just walked slowly to his car, and
then drove away. The next morning, we_____________to his house at 6:00 a.m.
We_____________him in bed. He __________to speak to us, so we___________
him to the police station

Infinitive Past
To be
To le-ve
To se
To g
To r-n
To f – nd
To t – k-
w-s
l – ft
s – w
w – nt
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C)
a) act 2 p 146 (text book)b) Read the newspaper article in your text
book on page 147
and answer the following questions.
When did the accident occur ?
Where did it happen ?
Who are the involved persons in the accident ?
What happened exactly ?
d) -Yesterday the BDL Bank was robbed by a group of crimi-
nals.
- Order the pictures to get a correct scene.
- Use the pictures to write the report about the robbery.
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Writing a report
You are a journalist. This morning you have taken notes about a terrible street and now
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What will you mention in your article ?
1. Name of the newspaper
2. Page of the newspaper
3. Title of the article
4. Details of the event
5. Name of the journalist (not necessary)



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who what where when why destination how
Two
teenagers
die In a street
ac-cident
7:30 am cross the
street
school A bus driv-
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them /
violently

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Session four fables
Let’s start with fables. Here are three fables created by Aesop, who
lived in 6th century BC in ancient Greece.
1. Read fable 1 and consider the underlined verbs. Which tenses are
used in the story? Why?















1. Read fables 2 and 3, then put the verbs in the correct
form.
2. Finally, match each fable with its moral.

Fable 1 The Wind and the Sun

The Wind and the Sun were disputing which was the
stronger. Suddenly they saw a traveller coming
down the road, and the Sun said: "I see a way to
decide our dispute. Whichever of us can cause that
traveller to take off his cloak shall be regarded as
the stronger. You begin." So the Sun retired behind
a cloud, and the Wind began to blow as hard as it
could upon the traveller. But the harder he blew the
more closely did the traveller wrap his cloak round
him, till at last the Wind had to give up in despair.
Then the Sun came out and shone in all his glory up-
on the traveller, who soon found it too hot to walk
with his cloak on.
1. Find the infinitive
form of the verbs in
bold.
To…………../to …………..
To…………./to……………
To…………../to…………..
To……………..
2. Match between the
definitions and the
words:
1. disputing 2. cloak
3. regarded 4. wrap
a. considered
b. to fold something
around someone
c. arguing about a sub-
ject
d. an outer garment
1. .a
2. .b
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Fable 2 The Ant and the Grasshopper

One summer's day, a merry Grasshopper (to dance).............................., (to sing) .....................
and (to play).......................... his violin with all his heart. He (to see) ................... an Ant passing
by, bearing along with great toil a wheatear to store for the winter.
“Come and sing with me instead of working so hard”, said the Grasshopper “Let’s have fun to-
gether.”
“I must store food for the winter”, said the Ant, “and I advise you to do the same.”
“Don’t worry about winter, it’s still very far away”, said the Grasshopper, laughing at him. But the
Ant wouldn’t listen and continued his toil.
When the winter (to come)........................, the starving Grasshopper (to go) ..................to the
Ant’s house and humbly (to beg)..................... for something to eat.
“If you had listened to my advice in the summer you would not now be in need,” said the Ant. “I’m
afraid you will have to go supper less to bed,” and he (to close) ..............................the door.
Fable 3 The Bear and the Two Travellers
Two Friends (to travel)..................................... together, when a Bear suddenly (to appear) ............................
before them. One of them (to climb up) ...................... quickly into a tree, without trying to help his friend do the
same. The other, not having time to hide, (to fall)......................flat on the ground, as if he were dead. The Bear
(to come up)....................... and (to smell)...........................him all over, and after a while, (to
walk) ...................... away. When the danger was gone, the other Traveller climbed down from the tree, and,
laughing at his friend asked him:
“What did the bear whisper in your ear?”
“He gave me this advice," the other replied. "Never travel with a friend who leaves you in the lurch."

Moral lessons
It is best to prepare for the days of necessity Fable 1
Misfortune reveals the true nature of friends Fable 2
eA Fable is a short tale to teach a moral
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Read and Write Session five
Do you know the name of some fairy tales ?
Match the names of some world famous fairy tales with the pictures.
Jack and the Beanstalk
Beauty and the Beast
Red Riding Hood
Cinderella
Snow White
Hansel ans Gretel






Do you know what are the ingredients for a good fairy tale?
Try to complete this diagram with your ideas.

“A Fairy Tale is a story, usually for children, about elves, dragons,
fairies and other magical creatures. ”
Fairy tales
3. 5.
2.
1.
6.
4.
1 . A h e r o / h e r o i n e
2 . A n e v i l c h a r a c t e r
3 . M a g i c
Can you give examples of the ingredients
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e Let’s enjoy together the story of « Snow White »
●Here is the beginning of the tale. Read it carefully and put the
verbs in the correct form.(past simple or past continuous)
It was in the middle of winter. The wind (to blow)
……………………. and the snow (to fall)
……………………..outside. A childless and diseased queen (to
sew)………………………….while (to sit)…………..
at her window. She (to look at)………………………...the falling
nowflakes, when suddenly she (to prick)……………….her finger
and three drops of blood (to fall )………………upon the snow. As
she (to watch)……………………...the drops of blood, she (to wish)
………… for a baby girl whose skin would be as white as snow,
cheeks as rosy as blood, and with hair as black as ebony. Her
wish was fulfilled soon: a little girl came into life and the
queen called her « Snow White ». Unfortunatly, the queen died when Snow White
was seven years old…
●Read the second part of the story, and then order the picures to make a story-
board.
The king soon married another wife, who was very jealous of the princess’s
beauty.
The new queen had a magic mirror, which could foresee the future and talk
like people. One day when the queen went to consult as usual, it told her
that her stepdaughter was fairer than her. As soon as she heard this, she or-
dered one of her servants, who was a hunter, to take snow white to the for-
est and kill her.
As they were travelling to the forest, the princess begged the servant to save
her life. The servant took pity on her. He left her in the deep forest in an au-
tumn af-
Remember:
●While/ as +
past conti-
nuous
●When + past
simple
(sometimes
it is used
with past
continuous)

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For the last part of the tale, use the pictures of the storyboard to write a para-
graph.
Use the clues: Snow White– to be scared/ to find a cottage/ seven paltes and
beds/to sleep/ the dwarfs –miners/ to live happy/ queen angry/ poisoned apple/
to fall asleep/dwarfs sad/ prince’s kiss/to /to ask for marriage/
The dwarfs were
called: Dopey,
Doc, Sneezy,
Bashfull, Sleepy,
Grumpy and

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION REVIEW AND REMEDIAL WORK
Before taking your assessment, how much do you remember ?
A/ pronunciation
1/ classify the following words according to their vowel sounds: cut- get- fat- shut-
set- have- but- wet- cat
2/ Derive nouns from the following verbs by adding the suffix “tion"
B/ Grammar
1/ Complete the sentences. Use Past Simple and Past Continuous.
1-It ………………..(rain) when we………………….(go out).
2-I ……………….(open) the window because it was hot.
3-When I got to the office, Ann and Peter ………………(work).
4-The phone…………….(ring) while Sue……………..(cook) dinner.
5-I ………………..(hear) a noise, so I………………..(look) out of the window.
6-Tom………………(look) out of the window when the accident………………(happen).
7-Bruce had a book in his hand, but he……………(not / read)it. He…………..(watch) TV.
8-Eric bought a magazine, but she…………….(not / read) it. She didn’t have time.
2/ Use the following notes to write correct sentences
A fact or fiction A fact or fiction
A fact or fiction
/ æ/
/ʌ /
/e/




verb noun verb noun verb noun
Celebrate
Create
Evaluate
Dominate
Prepare
Examine
Symbolize
Edit
Admire
invent
Pronounce
Participate
Complicate
Contribute
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Preparation to writing:
There are 2 newspaper articles in this passage. Read it and write each article se-parately
a. Thirty two sleeping passengers were killed last night as a fire tore through an ex-press train
carriage in India.
b. A 26-year-old man died last Friday in a traffic accident at a Towson intersection. Erik Pachino
of the unit block of Tudor Court struck the sidewalk, a traffic sign and a signal pole at about 2
a.m..
c.The horrific blaze broke out on a long distance service from New Delhi as passengers slept in
the early hours near the town of Nellore, in Andhra, Pradesh.
d.He was traveling west on Fairmount Avenue, when he lost control of his 2006 Jeep Wrangler
while turning north onto York Road
e. The most likely cause is believed to be an electrical short circuit as investigators got under
way.

f. Investigators believe speed was a factor in the crash. Pachino was flown to Maryland Shock
Trauma Center, where he died at 8:30 a.m.
Article one: a
Article two: b
Now rewrite each article:
Article one
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Article two:
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Extra activities
Activity one :Read the following story and write the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Last week, a woman had a lunch in a small restaurant. When she (to finish), she (to look) for her bag
but it wasn’t there. While she (to look) for it, the waiter (to arrive). “Did you have a good lunch, mad-
am?” He asked. “Yes, thank you.” She answered. But I can’t pay because I can’t find my bag. I put it
on that chair.” She added. The waiter laughed and went out. Two minutes later, he (to return) with
the lady’s bag. “I’m sorry. Here is your bag. My dog took it into the garden. It often does this.” he
said. As she (to leave) the restaurant, she (to see) the dog taking another customer’s wallet.

Activity two : Fill in gaps with the appropriate time conjunction.
1. ……………….the waiter was serving the customers, the dog run to the garden with the wallet.
2. The customer was having his meal…………….the dog was hiding his wallet.
3. ………………the customer wanted to pay his meal, he realized that his wallet wasn’t there
4. ……………..the customer was looking around for his wallet, the waiter came and asked him about what
was wrong. ……………….the customer told him about his problem, he hurried to the garden. After a
while, he brought the wallet.
Activity three : Spot the mistakes, then correct them.
Mr Adams was just closed his shop a week ago, when a man walket in and go to
E.g.……………was just closing…………………………………………………………walked …………went…….
the jacket section. Mr Adams was observing the customer while he looked at
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
the suits. Suddenly, he was realizing that the customer was a wanted criminal.
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Az the man was trying a suit, Mr Adams was starting thinking what to do to get
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
the criminal arrested. Then, he came with an idea ; he gave the man a tight suit
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
to make him come back the following day. Indeed, the criminal came back to
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
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You have been an eye witness of a terrible accident .
a. Complete the following investigaating chart



b. Be a policeman:Use your notes to write the policeman’s report




who what where when why

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Article2










5/you have been an eye whiteness of a terrible accident. Fill in the policeman
investigating chart then help him to write the report

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who what where when why




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I can Yes no If no ,get back to ses-
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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT PAGE

Homework assignment / Pay attention to time : no more than 1:30

Part one
A/ READING COMPREHENSION (7pts)
Activity one: Read the text and circle the correct answers (3pts)

1/The text is a ……………………………
Novel - article - fable
2/The man and the lion disputed about who is more……………………………..
Powerful - intelligent - helpful
3/ The statue which they saw was a man and……………..
A dog - a wolf - a lion
The man and the lion
A Man and a Lion traveled together through the forest. They soon began to boast of
their respective superiority to each other in strength and prowess. As they were dis-
puting, they passed a statue carved in stone, which represented “a Lion strangled by a
Man.” The traveler pointed to it and said: “See there! How strong we are, and how we
prevail over even the king of beasts.” The Lion replied: “This statue was made by one of
you men. If we Lions knew how to erect statues, you would see the Man placed under
the paw of the Lion.”
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Activity two: Read the text again and answer the following questions:. (2pts)
1– Were the man and the lion quarrelling when they saw the statue?
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2– Was the man of the statuekissing the lion
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Lexis Match the following words with their equivalents (2pts)




B/ MASTERY OF LANGUAGE (7pts)
Activity one: Match the questions with their answers (3pts)
1/ What did the fox see on the tree? a/ the piece of cheese fell down.
2/ What did he ask him to do? b/ A corbel with a piece of cheese in its beck
3/ What happened to the corbel c/ to sing with its nice voice
while it was singing?
Activity two : put the correct form of the verbs in brackets
A hungry fox ( to look)………………for food in the forest when suddenly, it (to see )
…………….. a corbel on a tree with a piece of cheese in its beck. The fox (to ask)
……………………..it to sing. That’s how the piece of cheese (to fall) …………………………..down.
Activity three: Find in the text 4 words that have the following vowel sounds:






Begun quarrelling
While started
Disputing animal
Beast as
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/e/
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Part two: situation of integration (6pts)
You certainly know some folk tales about Jeha. Write one story. Use
the right time markers and past tenses. Don’t forget to include information
about:
 Where the story took place
 The characters
 The details of the story
 The moral value if there is any or the lesson behind the story
Start like this


Once there was a cunning man called Jeha……………………………………………….
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WEEK OF INTEGRATION ASSESSMENT REPORT.
What went wrong in part
two /written production/
situation of integration?
A:relevance……………………………………
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B: Organisation:
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C:Linguistic Resources:
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What went wrong in part one
of the assignment?
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