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    • Prepared by: أبرار عوض الكحيلي مجموعة الثلاثاء 5 و 6 هــلا عبد العزيز المبارك مجموعة ( 7) الاثنين 1 و 2 أفنان سالم الحربي مجموعة الثلاثاء 5 و 6 Supervised by: Faizah Magrabi
    • Welcome
    • Instructions
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    • Discussion New Words Attractive-Balanced- Calories- Contain- Convenient- Diet-Energy= Fat- Fuel – Hamburger – Junk-Food – Junk-Yard _ Soft-Drinks _Supply Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Say the names of the food of pictures A & B T. shows a picture A picture in P book T. introduces the new words of the lesson through answering questions written on sheet of paper T. gives suitable meanings –shows pictures of A + B *name the kinds of food . * answer an oral questions
    • Discussion Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT 1-What picture do you choose A or B and Why? 2-Why do we eat? 3-What kind of diet that a school student must have every day? 4-Which meal do you think is more balanced? T .introduces the new words of the lesson through showing them pictures on Data –Show to answer T’s questions She gives suitable meanings she introduces the new Vo. Diet –- energy Supply- - balanced - contain She gives suitable meanings for theses words.–She writes main ideas on the board. * answer at least 6 out of 8 oral questions correctly *Recognize the new vocabulary of the lesson . *repeat the new words correctly
    • Discussion Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT 1-Which meal do you think is healthier?2-Is any of the food here bad for you .Why?3-What kind of food do our bodies need?4-What do you think junk food means?5-Can you think of anyexamples of junk food?6-Why do you think people like junk food Pupils must answer the questions in the P. B. P. 24T. introduces the new wordsjunkConvenient:- because it is easy to get and eat.Attractive: because it looks beautiful * answer at least 3 out of 5 questions about the lesson correctly Write 3 sentences about the topic of t he lesson T. asks S to write a short dialogue a bout eating balanced food .Group Work * choose a balanced healthy food .*recite averse from the holy Quran about the blessing of food
    • Title : Reading Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT 1-What is the title of the passage? 2-How many pictures do you have in the passage? 3- How many paragraphs do you have in the passage? 4- How many lines do you have in the passage? 5- How many sections do you have in the passage? T. asks the pupils the usual preview questions about the reading passage. She asks about the title- the number of the pictures –lines –paragraphs. She also asks for them to read the captions under each picture. * Scan the passage for specific information.* answer at least 4 out of 5 oral questions correctly.
    • Title : Reading Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT 1-What is the fuel for the human body? 2- What are the substances in our food that gives energy? 3-Where are carbohydrates found? 4- Where do fats come from? Pair –Work T. asks for the pupils to read the first paragraph in the passage silently and be prepared for answering oral questions after reading. (books closed).T. introduces the new words *Give the meaning of other new words.* to answer at least one question out of two ones correctly.
    • Title : Reading Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Under line this word T. shows the new words of the lesson on flash cards .She asks for each pair in the class to underline them in the passage. * Read the passage silently underline at least 4 out of 6 new words accurately. How is energy in food measured? T. asks for the pupils to read the second paragraph in the passage silently and be prepared for answering oral questions after reading.( books closed)T. introduces any new words. * answer at least 2 out of 3 questions accurately
    • Title : Reading Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT 1-How many calories do you need every day2-When will a person gain five kilos per year?3- What will happen to a person if he eats more calories?4- What does (junk food) contain? T. writes questions on the board.Pair work. Pupils must read the answers found. T. introduces any new words appear. * find the answers for at least 3 out of 4 questions accurately.
    • Word study New Words Cerearls-convenient- energy- extra- gain- store- substance- unfortunately Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Draw table for kids wordsWord - N V - Adve Adje Pre Phra T .read the words there following the dictionary order.T. asks for them to identify the kinds of words in the same page. *Give the meaning the new vocabulary of the lesson in English . .* classify the words to their kids
    • Word study Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Every S. make sentences for the following words : Cerearls-convenient- energy- extra- gain- store- substance- unfortunately T. shows the new words on cards .She asks for the pupils to give sentences. She writes the formed sentences on the board. * Use the new words, pupils will be able to make at least 3oral,correct meaningful and correctly pronounced sentences.
    • Word study Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Read this word and its meaning.In the pupil’s Book T. lets the pupils read the words in the page of the word study lesson .She explains the difficult ones. She uses pictures –examples- real objects and meanings. *Using the P. B .P. 3,pupils will be able to read the new words there with there meanings in a proportion of 70% fluently.
    • Word study Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Read this word and its meaning. T. lets the pupils read the words in the page of the word study lesson .She explains the difficult ones. She uses –pictures-examples- real objects and meanings. * Using the P. B .P. 14,pupils will be able to read the new words there with there meanings in a proportion of 70% fluently.
    • Word study Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Exercise A page 21&22 in WBP Group Work T. asks S to turn to page 7 in WPB and look at the exercise ( True / false ) * do True / false questions on reading
    • Grammar Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Shorten the sentences in your W. B P. 25. T .writes :The food which we eat.She asks ((What is the underlined word)).What does it mean?She introduces the other two ones having the same work of relating sentences together.2-That food that we eat.3-This is the teacher who I speak to every day. T .clarifies the way of shortening the sentence with which .She points out that which here is an object because a pronoun or a name of a person after it. The food which we eat. (object)The food we eat.This is the teacher I speak to every day.Pupils must work in groups to give examples preferred written on papers Read the sentences correctlyDefine parts of speech of each word . shorten at least 2 out of 3 sentences correctly.
    • Grammar Application Procedure Specific Objectives SWBAT Shorten the sentences in your W. B P. 24. T. writes the following sentence on the board to be shortened.The girl who reads Quran every day is my friend.-A person that eats healthy food is a strong person.T. indicates that the relative pronouns here are subjects.She explains the way of shortening the sentences with them.Pupils must work in groups to give examples preferred written on papers. *shorten at least 2 out of 3 sentences correctly. What must you say to your friend if you see her eating junk food? T. urges pupils to give advise to their friends when they see them eat junkfood. * give advise to their friends concerning eating all the time.
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    • Discussion THE FOOD WHICH WE EAT 1. Which of these meals would you choose?
    • THE FOOD WHICH WE EAT 2. Why did you choose A or B ? 3. Which meal do you think is more balanced? 4. Which meal do you think is healthier? 5. Is any of the food here bad for you? 6. Why? 7. What kinds of food do our bodies need? 8. What do you think junk food means? 9. Can you think of any examples of junk food?
    • After you answer these question look at the C.D (Power Point L1 ) Then look at the activity and answer the question to 8 minutes
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    • FOOD FOR ENERGY Fuel for the Human Machine The human body is like a machine that is moving and working all the time. All machines need fuel to give them energy. The fuel for the human body is food and most of the energy comes from two substances in our food: carbohydtrates and fats. Carbohydrates are found in food like potatoes, bread, cereals (rice, wheat,corn, etc.) and sugar. Fats come from food like cheese, butter, oil and meat.
    • FOOD FOR ENERGY Calories Energy in food is measured in calories. For example, an apple has about 40 calories, an egg has about 80, a fresh date has 15, and a tomato has around 12.Carbohydrates and fats have a lot of calories. For instance, a tin of softdrink, which contains a lot of sugar, has 145, a piece of Arab bread has 165, and only one spoonful of cooking oil has 120 calories.
    • FOOD FOR ENERGY Too Many Calories You need about 40 calories a day for each kilo that you weigh. So if you weigh 60 kilos, you will need about 2,400 calories per day. If a person eats more calories than he needs, his body stores the extra calories as fat. A person who gets all the calories he needs in his meals but in addition drinks only one tin of softdrink a day may gain five kilos per year. Unfortunately, food which contains carbohydrates is usually cheaper than other food and it is often convenient and attractive. All “junk food” contains lots of carbohydrates and fats. If your diet contains a lot of junk food, you will probably get fat.
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    • Reading Questions Write answers to the questions below. First, find the answer on page 54 of your book. Then write the numbers of the lines where you found the answer. Finally, write the answer to the question. E.g., How is energy in food measured? I found the answer in lines 12 to 13. In calories. 1. Why does the human body need food? I found the answer in To give it
    • Reading Questions 2. Which has more calories, an egg or a tomato? I found the answer in 3. Why do softdrinks have a lot of calories? I found the answer in Because 4. How many kilos may you gain in one year if you drink two tins of softdrink a day? I found the answer in 5. Why will you probably get fat if you eat a lot of junk food? I found the answer in Because
    • Application 3rd par . put[ T ]or [ F ]: -Food which contains carbohydrates is cheaper than other food [ ]. -All junk food contains lots of carbohydrates and fats [ ].
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    • Word Study cereals (n) : Cereals are a family of plants which we use for food Example: Wheat and rice are cereals. convenient (adj): easy to use or easy to get. Example: My house is convenient for the meeting because you can all reach it easily.
    • Word Study energy (n) : the ability to do work. Example: Petrol supplies the energy to move cars. extra (adj): more than usual or necessary. Example : During the pilgrimage, SAPTCO operates extra buses in Makkah and Madinah
    • Word Study gain (v_reg.): If you gain something, you have more of it. For example, if you gain strength, you become stronger. store (v_reg.): To store something is to put it in a place and keep it there. Example: Some animals collect food in summer and store it for the winter
    • Word Study substance (n): a material. Example: Ice and water are the same substance but they are in different forms unfortunately (adv): When you say or write the word unfortunately. Example: I would like to help you but unfortunately I cannot.
      • ( 1 ) – Choose the correct word ;
      • ( fats - carbohydrates - junk food - junk yard )
      • Chocolate and cake are kinds of ………………
      • Butter and oil give our bodies ………………… .
      • We find old , broken cars in a ………………… .
      • Rice and sugar supply …………………………. .
      ( 2 ) - Match the following ; energy ( ) material . extra ( ) added substance ( ) easy to get and to eat . convenient ( ) the ability to work .
    • After you read the word study look at the C.D (Power Point L3 ) Then look at the activity and answer the question
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    • Grammar Do you remember these sentences? There are several courses which are going on here at the same time. Those are the trainees who study in the building. In these sentences , which, and who are subjects: We can take out which, and who if we change the verbs. They become v + ing: (The same is true for that. ) 1- which, who and that as subjects
    • Grammar There are several courses going on here at the same time. Those are the trainees studying in this building. here at the same time in this building we which v s Study who
    • Grammar Now look at these sentences? Cereals are a family of plants which we use for food. You need about 40 calories a day for every kilo that you weigh. In these sentences , which, and who are objects: 2- which, who and that as objects
    • Grammar We can just take out which, and that. We do not need to make any other changes: (The same is true for who.) Cereals are a family of plants we use for food. You need about 40 calories a day for each kilo you weigh. use for food V weigh we which s o you that
    • Taking out which, who and that
      • ( 1 ) – Shorten the following ;
      • ( take out ; who , which , that )
      • Food which contains carbohydrates is usually cheaper than other food ……………………………………………………………………………
      • The first army that met advancing Arabs was the Romans army .
      • …………………………………………………………………………
    • which , who and that as objects
      • ( 2 ) – Shorten the following ; .
      • ( take out ; who , which and that )
      • The first town which Muslims captured was Damascus . …………………………………………………………………………….
      • The man who I saw was Turkish .
      • …………………………………………………………………………… .
    • After you read the rule look at the C.D (Power Point L4 ) Then look at the activity and answer the question
    • Title : Reading Word study Grammar Discussion FOOD FOR ENERGY Reading Questions Application THE FOOD WHICH WE EAT Grammar Word Study