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

الصف منهج انجليزي
الفصل الصف الثاني منهج إنجليزي
المادة تربية أخلاقية منهج إنجليزي
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كتاب الطالب 2020 2021 تربية أخلاقية منهج إنجليزي صف ثاني فصل ثالث

Good Enough to Eat

Nada was hungry

She had rushed out of the house that morning and didn't have time for breakfast. She wanted to meet her friends in the park

"When will lunch be ready?" Nada asked. "In an hour, Nada dear," her mother replied. "You'll enjoy it even more if you're hungry." An hour! Nada's stomach was grumbling. She felt dizzy. All she could think about was food. Maybe she'd have a little snack... Nada went hunting for food

In the kitchen, Nada found a chocolate bar. She ate it as quickly as she could. "Yummy," she thought. “But I'm still hungry!" So she ate another chocolate bar. Then she ate some candy sweets. And next she drank a bottle of soda. Nada wasn't hungry any more. In fact, she felt rather sick. "Lunch is ready," her mother said. Nada didn't want to see any food. Her mother was right. Lunch tastes much nicer when you're hungry

 

Nada on the Run

"Oh, I'm so tired," Nada sighed

It had been a busy week at school. So many activities to do! It was time to watch television. Or maybe read a book. Perhaps she could play with that new phone app. She relaxed on the couch for a while

"Do you know how long you have been lying on that couch?" her mother asked. "Ten minutes, I think," Nada replied. "Three hours!" her mother answered. "Go out and play with your friends. Get some exercise

Nada walked to the park. Saif and all his friends were there. They all started running around the park. Nada soon forgot how tired she was. She could feel her heart beating as she chased her friends. She couldn't stop laughing because she was having so much fun! "Do you know how long you were at the park?" her mother asked when Nada returned home. “Twenty minutes ?" "No!" Her mother laughed. "Two hours

 

That Strange Feeling

The week of excitement went away

Nada was upset

"What's wrong, Nada?" her father asked. "I don't know." "You look like you're angry," her father suggested. No, that wasn't it. Nothing had irritated her today. Sure, she didn't like her breakfast, but that didn't really upset her. "Is anything worrying you?" her father asked. No, she wasn't really frightened about anything. So, what was causing her to feel like this? "Why are you frowning, Nada

" Oh, that was it! Nada was feeling sad. She wasn't crying, but she did feel... unhappy. Saif had said yesterday that his father was offered a job in a new city. "Saif will be leaving when his father starts his new job," Nada said. "I'll really miss him." "Salman has decided not to take that job,” her father said. "They aren't going anywhere." "Really?" Nada couldn't stop smiling. She could almost feel her heart lift inside her. "I'm so happy!" They both started laughing

 

Not a New City

Nada could see that her friend was upset

Nasser wasn't crying. But his eyes looked sad. He nibbled slowly on his apple. "What's wrong, Nasser?" asked Nada. "I'm okay." Nasser shrugged. "I know you," Nada replied. "And I know when you're sad

"I thought we were going to a new city." Nasser looked at his apple. "But I'm stuck in this boring city with this boring apple." "This isn't a boring city!" Nada sat down beside Nasser. "Remember all the games we played in the park last week

"That was last week.” Nasser's voice trembled." thought I was going to see lots of new things." "We can still see lots of new things.” Nada stood up, getting excited. "We'll play new games. We'll make new friends. We'll read new books." "That does sound nice." Nasser smiled. "And I've already got something new for you, Nasser!" Nada handed her friend a shiny new apple

 

Stupid Medal

Nada entered into the room angrily and sat down on the couch. "Is something wrong, Nada?" her father asked. "Stupid Ingrid and her stupid poster!" Nada punched the cushion. "And her stupid medal." Nada stamped her feet. “My poster was much better!" "Try to relax, Nada." Nada's father sat beside her. "Let's take a few deep breaths

" They breathed in deeply. And every time Nada breathed out, her father cuddled her. Soon Nada was giggling with every breath. "Was Ingrid's poster nice?" her father asked. "It was okay." Nada took another deep breath. "I'm sure you did a nice poster too," her father pointed out. "But you won a medal for your poster last week." Nada gasped. She had forgotten about that! "You should be happy when your friend wins a medal." Nada thought about the lovely colours in Ingrid's poster. They reminded her of the cushion

Nada cuddled the cushion. She hoped she hadn't hurt it

 

How Times Have Changed

Khalid loved visiting his grandmother and hearing about her childhood

"Every summer," his grandmother said, “Most of the men in our community would go diving for pearls to sell. Families went for date palm harvests as well.” Khalid didn't have to worry about winter. He was in a lovely soft bed, listening to his grandmother. "What did you do when the men were diving for pearls?" he asked her

"Every morning my grandma would prepare hot coffee in her beautiful dallah," she explained, "and tell all the children their chores for the day." Khalid's parents worked in offices. They didn't go pearl diving, but sometimes, the family would travel for a holiday

Every morning Khalid's mother prepared breakfast while his father packed school lunches. The family would drink hot coffee or tea together in the kitchen and then go to school in the family car. Each evening, Khalid would do some chores before doing his homework. It all seemed so ordinary

 

A Pearl of Wisdom

Khalid wanted to learn more about the pearl fishermen. "Why did they go for pearl diving every summer?" he asked his grandmother. "Pearls were valuable", she explained. "The money would help the families through the winter." His grandmother smiled. "My mother would wait for her father. He'd spend three months on the dhow." "Was she lonely?" Khalid asked. He knew he'd miss his father if he was away for the three months! "While her father was awa 

my mother's mother would tell her beautiful stories about the deep blue sea and the wonders her father would see." "It sounds wonderful!" Khalid sighed. "People went diving all over the Arabian Gulf. And in winter, we looked after the date crops

Khalid glanced up at the beautiful pearl necklace around his grandmother's neck. Khalid's mother loved pearls too. She bought her pearls from the souk in the city. What an exciting time! People were diving for buried treasure, travelling all year around, sleeping under the stars

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