كتاب الطالب 2020 2021 تربية أخلاقية منهج إنجليزي صف ثامن فصل ثالث

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كتاب الطالب 2020 2021 تربية أخلاقية منهج إنجليزي صف ثامن فصل ثالث

Read the story below and answer the questions that follow

Teenagers face many sorts of internal conflicts coming from different directions. Very often peer pressure at school or from other friends outside school can lead to stress 

Mona and Sara are friends and want to be part of a group of girls who everyone thinks are the coolest in the school. They really want to be friends with them because they seem to have so much fun. They always gather just before and after school and laugh together and make jokes. Every day there seems to be something new one time they watched the funniest videos on their phones, another time, one of them was telling the most hilarious joke - it never stops. They are popular with everyone, even with kids in the other grades in the school. Mona and Sara decide that Mona, being the least shy, will approach the girls one day during recess and ask if she and Sara can hang out with the group. "Sure, they reply, "the more the merrier In fact we are going to skip the next period to go and get ice cream at this new place at the mall. Come with us. It will be greatl" Mona is excited and wants to go. This invitation, she thinks, is a great opportunity to join the group right away. She is pushing Sara to go with them but Sara is not so sure it is a good idea to skip class

Think about the dilemma facing Sara and Mona. Discuss your opinion about this situation with your partner

a. What are the options for Mona and Sara

b. What advice can Sara give to help Mona make the appropriate decision

With your group, role-play internal conflicts and then find solutions to overcome them. Use your moral compass

Internal conflict can happen for many different reasons. If you see someone experiencing internal conflict, noticing it because of their body language or behaviour, it is important to show empathy and try to help them find a solution to cope with this. You can always use your moral compass to guide you on taking the right decision

In your group, invent a scenario in which one or two people are experiencing conflict. The others must try to help and come up with solutions. Try to find ways of offering advice or ideas for activities that can help them feel better

 

Read the article and then answer the questions that follow

Charles Plumb was a US navy pilot in Vietnam. His plane was destroyed after 75 war missions and Plumb parachuted into enemy hands. He was captured and spent six years in a Vietnamese prison. He survived and now speaks about the lessons he learned from that experience.
One day, when Plumb was sitting in a restaurant, a man at another table came up and said, "You're Plumb! You flew jet fighters in Vietnam... You were shot down!" "How did you know that?" asked Plumb. "I packed your parachute," the man replied. Plumb gasped in surprise. The man pumped his hand and said, "I guess it worked!" "It sure did," Plumb replied. "If it hadn't worked, I wouldn't be here today."
That night, Plumb couldn't sleep thinking about the man. He says, "I kept wondering what he had looked like in a navy uniform.... I wonder how many times I might have seen him and not even said 'Good morning, how are you?' or anything because, you see, I was a fighter pilot and he was just a sailor

Plumb thought of the many hours the sailor had spent weaving and folding each chute, holding in his hands the fate of someone he didn't know

"Who's packing your parachute?" Everyone has someone who gives them what they need to make it through the day. Plumb needed many kinds of parachutes when his plane was shot down in Vietnam he needed his physical parachute, his mental parachute, his emotional parachute, and his spiritual parachute. He called on all these supports before reaching safety

a. What do you think pack your parachute means in the context of this story

b. Why do you think Plumb couldn't sleep after meeting the sailor

c. How do you think the sailor felt after meeting Plumb

d. What internal conflicts do you think Plumb experienced while taking part in the external conflict in Vietnam

 

Read the text below and then answer the questions that follow

Wreckage after Katrina

I've lived on the Mississippi coast for 30 years. I've been through four or five hurricanes and countless tropical storms. Before Hurricane Katrina came through in August 2005, I thought, 'If my house gets washed away, I'll just stay at my mother's house or my brother's house' - never thinking all our homes would be destroyed

On Friday night (26 August 2005), some of us boarded up our houses. Others in town were saying that they didn't want to overreact to the hurricane forecasts. But I was running around like crazy, yelling. This is a category] four

Saturday, I evacuated to my friend's house with my 81-year-old mother, my 28-year-old niece and my sister-in-law. We packed clothes, food and water. On Sunday, the news showed the eye of the hurricane heading toward our exact location. At Tam, wind started pummelling the house. I woke everyone up and we listened to the radio. We learned that all three of the emergency operation centres were washed away. That's when I knew we were in big trouble. Then we lost the radio. Looking outside, we watched in horror as the house behind us turned into what looked like a living, breathing monster. The roof would lift, the house would expand, and then the roof would fall Finally, the house exploded

The next day, we drove out to see what had happened. The wind was still strong enough to buffet my little car. We drove through the centre of town, where downed power lines were strewn about. When we turned toward my street, all I saw was a big lake where there once had been houses, trees and roads. So we tried to enter from the other end, but there were too many fallen trees. I arrived at the empty slab of my mother's house first. It had been wiped clean - but miraculously, in the mud, I found her wedding band, as well as my dad's paratrooper bracelet from WWII. Those two items are all my mother has left

My house was completely gone. I knelt down on my slab and said out loud, 'I am so grateful that the people I love have lived. And I cried. I had 20 good years in that house, and I feel fortunate. My street looks like a picture of Chernobyl after the nuclear blast. It's all brown, clothes are hanging from trees and debris is everywhere. Brown, nasty water is seeping out of the ground. But after much digging in the mud, I decided I had to stop and start rebuilding my life. I no longer want to live in Mississippi. I no longer want to go to sleep at night in a graveyard. I will leave here and make a new life somewhere else

a. How could the writer manage this nature vs man conflict

b. Do some research on natural disasters in the world

 

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