أوراق عمل انجليزي للصف السابع فصل ثالث

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تاريخ الإضافة 2020-04-17, 16:41 مساء

أوراق عمل انجليزي صف سابع فصل ثالث : نقدم اليكم في هذا الملف مجموعة كبيرة من الاسئلة والتدريبات المتنوعة من منهج للغة الانجليزية ، الصف السابع ، وقد تم تصميم هذا الملف لمساعدة طلابنا الاعزاء، في دراستهم وتحضيرهم للامتحان النهائي بشكل متكامل. واثراء لغتهم الانجليزية بمزيد من الجمل والعبارات

Text A : An Ordinary Girl

An Ordinary Girl

"Good morning, girls. Today, we have an interesting assignment," announced Ms. Muna, the Grade 10 English teacher. She had a soft voice and was friendly. Her lessons were always interesting and all the girls at Al Shawamekh School liked her very much. She was their favourite teacher. As the girls stared at Ms. Muna eagerly, she said, "Today I am giving you a different assignment. You will write about yourself. You can write a poem, a legend or an essay. I want you to show me, the real you. Oh, and just one more thing hent and turns it in, we will go to Yas Water World on a school trip

That evening, Fatema thought about the assignment and what she could write about. She was an average girl who had never won a single prize. She did not have any special talents or abilities like the heroes she had read about in her History class - the heroes who had saved peoples' lives and helped others in need. Still, Fatema was a kind and caring girl. She had many friends and they often asked for her advice

No-one knew that Fatema enjoyed reading. She loved English. She liked words - long and short ones. Every time she came across a new word, she would look it up in the dictionary. She loved stories and would make notes in her special notebook that her grandmother gave her. Fatema admired her grandmother. Her grandmother was a good and brave person, who many people liked. Fatema, however, thought that she was just an ordinary girl. No-one seemed to notice her. Fatema opened her notebook and began thinking. After some time, she started writing

The next day Fatema looked for her notebook in her bag. She realized that she had given it to Ms. Muna accidentally. She did not want anyone to find her notebook and read it. She ran to the teachers' room, but she could not find Ms. Muna

Later that day, Ms. Muna spoke to the class. "Well girls, I read all of your assignments. I must say that enjoyed reading them. I will read a poem written by one of you, which inspired me." Ms. Muna began to read in her soft, clear voice

About Me I have not one but two names; 'Hey you!' and 'What's your name?' That's how I am known, for who would remember someone Of no particular fame. But wait, could I be unique or rare? For each of us has a gift to share So judge me by this measure An ordinary girl who cares

After Ms. Muna finished reading the poem, the room was so quiet that you could hear a pin drop. Then Aisha started clapping. Soon the whole class clapped with enthusiasm. Ms. Muna asked, "Do you know who the poet is? Our poet is Fatema." Everyone turned to look at Fatema. "Thank you, Fatema, for teaching me something new. We all have something to share with the world", said Ms. Muna

Later on the trip to Yas Water World, Fatema was surrounded by her classmates. That day, for the very first time, Fatema realised that she was someone special just like her grandmother and the many women who she had read about in her History class

Adapted from a story by Ramendra Kumar

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