كتاب النشاط اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الرابع الفصل الثالث

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المادة لغة انجليزية صف رابع فصل ثالث
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كتاب النشاط اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الرابع الفصل الثالث 


Welcome to Bridge to Success

Bridge to Success is a twelve- grade course for learners of English as a Second Language (FSL)

The 12 grades range from the beginning of cycle

I to the end of cycle 3

Bridge to Success Grade 4 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 Activity Book provides additional support, reinforcement and practice

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

The following icons are used in this Activity Book:

1 pre-recorded listening activity pairwork or small- group speaking activity (not mediated by teacher) write -in notebook 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

 

Lesson 11 What is the opposite

Listen and write

Listen to Butti talking his friends and family. Complete the dialogue with the words in the box as you listen and read untidy unkind unhappy important kind

Hello, Butti! Are you 0K ? You look unhappy today. Hello. Yes, I do feel a little bit I today Why ? What is wrong ? Is everything 0K ?

Well, my little brother lost his teddy bear and was very unhappy. He asked me to help him find the teddy bear but I was playing on my Playstation and said 'NO'. I was 2 to him

Oh dear! Remember that it is important that you are kind to everyone

Then, my mum asked me to clean up my room because it was very Did you tidy your room?

NO, because I wanted to play on my computer

Oh dear! Remember it is 4 that you help your mother

Yes, you are right! I am going to be s and help my family. I'm going home now to tell my family I love them and want to help them

Narrator: So Butti went home and he helped his brother find his teddy bear and tidied his room to help his mother. At dinnertime, he told all his family that he loved them very much and he was sorry for not helping them

Everyone was very happy Talk about it

Discuss the following questions ab'ut Butti with your gnrtner

1 Why didn't Butti help his brother find his teddy

2 Why didn't Butti clean his room

3 Why do you think it is important to be kind to people

4 Why do you think it is important to help

Bridge to Qrcess Grade 4 Activity Book unit 

 

Acknowledgements

The authors and publishers acknowledge the following sources of copyright material and are grateful for the permissons granted

While every effort has bæn made. it has not always been possible to i&ntify the sources of all the material used, or to trace all copynght holders. If any omissions are brought to our notice, we will happy to include the appropriate acknowledgem,ents on reprinting

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