كتاب الطالب Work book اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السابع الفصل الأول

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كتاب الطالب Work book اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السابع الفصل الأول


Bridge to Success is a twelve-grade course for learners of English as a second language (ESL)

The twelve grades range from the beginning of cycle I to the end of cycle 3

Bridge to Success Grade 7 consists of twelve thematic units of study, which include a range of activities, text types and objectives, split over three terms

The materials reflect the following principles

 An Emirati focus, with an international perspective. Specifically developed for young learners throughout the United Arab Emirates, the themes, situations and literature covered by Bridge to Success strive to reflect the Emirati context and encourage learners' curiosity about the wider world

This fosters respect and interest in other cultures and leads to awareness of global citizenship

 An enquiry -based, language- rich approach to learning. Bridge to Success engages children as active, creative learners. As learners participate in a wide variety of curriculum -based activities, they simultaneously acquire content knowledge, develop critical thinking skills and practise English language and literacy. The materials incorporate a 'learning to learn' approach, helping children acquire skills and strategies that will help them approach new learning situations with confidence

 English for educational success. To meet the challenges of the future, children need to develop facility with both conversational and academic English. From the earliest stage, Bridge to Success addresses both these competencies. Bridge to Success presents authentic listening and reading texts, writing tasks, and end -of -unit projects similar to those learners might encounter in English- medium and international schools

This Workbook provides additional support reinforcement and practice of the Coursebook

Comprehensive support for teachers is provided in the Teacher's Guid

The following icon is used in this Workbook

pre- recorded listening activity We hope that you and your learners will enjoy using these materials as much as we enjoyed developing them for you

The Bridge to Success team

 

Find and correct the spelling and grammatical mistakes in this text

In New Zealand the formal way to greet each Other is by shake hands and smiling. You should use a New Zealander; sorname and not their first name, until the person suggests it

When greeting a New Zealand Maori. it is important to tuch your nose and forhead to the other person's. and shayk their hand. This is called hongi and it shows that you understand and respect the Maori cultare. When in conversation with a Maori. never say negative thinp about New Zealand or its people. Treat everyone with respet

Number the conversation in the correct order

Meeting and greeting

Karimah: No, sorry, I'm going to visit my cousins in the afternoon

Zaynah: Great! See you on Saturday moming

Karimah: Hi Zaynah. How are you

Zaynah: 0K, how atx»ut in the morning instead

Karimah: Yes, I'm free in the morning

Zaynah: DO you fancy going to the mall with me at 10

Karimah: 0K. Zaynah

Zaynah: Hi Karimah. I'm well, thanks. Are you free on Saturday afterncxn

Karimah: that sounds fun. 10.(00) is perfect for me

 Write a similar conversation between A and person B. Use the words and phrases in the box to help you. Don't forget to start the conversation with a greeting and end by saying

• Are you free on ?   •Would you like to      • you fancy ?   • That sounds great/ fun     • Yes. I'm free   • No. sorry I'm .     • How about 

 

 Mary's mother has four children. The first child's name is April. lhe second child's name is The third child's name is June. What is the fourth child's name

 David's parents, Mr and Mrs Compass, have four children. Three of them are named North, South and East. What is the fourth one called

 Two sons and two fathers go to the cinema together to watch a film. They all see the same film at the same time, but they only have to buy three tickets. What is the explanation 

What are the missing verbs in each Of these Write them in

• make • get (x2) • meet •

to —get together with friends

Which two phrases mean the same thing

to ……… named after someone

to ……… on (very well) with

to ……… up with friends

to ……… new friends

Correct the text, putting in the apostrophe ('s or s') where necessary

My name is Rosa. She has dual nationality her parents nationalities are different. Her mothers name is Sonia and she comes from Paris. Her fathers name is Rolf and he comes from Stockholm

Rosa has invited me to go to Sweden with her next summer. We are going to stay at her grandparents in Karlstad

We can also visit her cousins in the north of Sweden. Her cousins names are Astrid and Ella. I hope they speak English

 

Lessons 7—8 Family history

Read about Patrick O'Connel

Patrick O'Connell is Canadian He was born in Ottawa on 27th July 2002. His parents  Liam and Catherine, were also in Ottawa. However, the family originally from Canada. Patric ancestors on his fatherk side emigrated from Ireland in the 1840s. Patrick and Liam have been to visit the village where they lived and to meet distant relatives who still live there. Catherine's family emigrated from Scotland at about the same time

2: Personal identity

Patrick wants to know more about his family history. Complete this form for him

First name: Patrick

Family name

Nationality

Place of birth

Date Of birth

Father's name

Mother's name

Parents' national ity

Parents' place of birth

Details already known about family history

Father's ancestors

Mother's ancestors

 

Read this extract, then answer the questions

At the weekend, I'm going to visit my aunt and uncle in the country. I'm really excited I get on really well with my cousins. We're all a similar age and we like doing the same things. My cousin Hansar is 15, my cousin Tariq is 13 and I'm 14. My name is Javid. We love playing outside and we love going swimming. My aunt and uncle have a swimming at their house, we spend our time jumping into it. I that Mum won't make me play with my little sister. I argue with her she follows me around. She dsn't like the same activities as us and she cries a lot. I try to nice to her, but she annoys me

Why is Javid excited

Who dcxs Javid get on well with Why

Who Javid not get on well with Why

Replace the underline words with contractions to make the sentences less formal

I do not don't have any brothers or sisters

We cannot ………. visit Sam at the wækend

My mum has not ……….. made the cake yet

We are ………. going to the swimming pool


Lessons 11—12 Bundle of Sticks

Think about the story Bundle of Sticks. Complete the sentences with the words from the box

passed   • teach   • listened   • lived   • tried • three

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