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Emarc Level 2 Presentation 2.pptx

  1. P H O N I C S – V O W E L D I G R A P H S ‘ee’ – Long E sound bee breeze bleed seed weed cheek feel speed cheek deep knee succeed feed deed feed meet queen sheep street speech screen squeeze steer see ‘ea’ – Long E sound bean beast beat bleach eat meat treat wheat plead read each seal teacher bleak deal plea cream cleave feat flea ear fear gear freak heave jeans lead read neat near preach reach plead meal sea teach seam scream real rear read seat
  2. P H O N I C S – V O W E L D I G R A P H S ‘ei’ – long E sound deceive receive neither receipt deceit seize seizure either conceive perceive conceit ceiling ‘ie’ – long E sound brief chief brie curie thief niece handkerchief relief priest fierce piece siege belief retrieve believe under siege tier relieve diesel hygiene pierce mischief mischievous cashier achieve achievement shield
  3. P H O N I C S – V O W E L D I G R A P H S ‘ey’ – Long E sound key journey alley chimney tu journey turn-key low-key Disney monkey passkey donkey money parsley honey hockey jockey kidney pulley trolley valley jersey cockney turkey abbey
  4. C O N V E R S AT I O N S - C A M P I N G Camping is such fun! Yes, it is! I cannot wait to sleep in my tent. I have a new sleeping bag. 1 2 3
  5. C O N V E R S AT I O N S - C A M P I N G How about going on a hike tomorrow? Yes, that would be great! I will pack a backpack of food. We must all take our own water. 1 2 3 4
  6. C O N V E R S AT I O N S - C A M P I N G I have brought my dad’s compass. Good! I would hate to get lost in the forest! I am going to bring my binoculars. I am glad I remembered to bring my hiking boots. 1 3 4 5 2
  7. V O C A B U L A R Y - C A M P I N G tent campfire cycling Rowing a kayak. greeting Flying kites sun mountains forest
  8. V O C A B U L A R Y - C A M P I N G tent guitar camping table camping chair campfire barbeque grill meat flask camper gas bottle fried egg and bacon binoculars backpack sleeping bag fishing rod fishing pail fishhooks Playing badminton matches kayak boat
  9. V O C A B U L A R Y - H I K I N G knife axe backpack sandwich sausage link soda GPS compass hiking boots hiking
  10. V O C A B U L A R Y - T E S T Learn all the vocabulary from Slide 8 to Slide 10. Fill in the items in your worksheets: Practical Exercise 1 in Worksheets 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 7 8 9 10 11
  11. S E N T E N C E S - C A M P I N G The girl is playing in the sand. The boy is surfing in the waves. The children are kayaking. The man is playing his guitar. The children are hiking. The men are cycling.
  12. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S Noun as an indirect object An indirect object is a noun which represents a person or thing that gets the effect of the action of the verb. It usually comes after the verb and before the direct object. (indirect object - underlined and in bold) Examples: My mother gave Ben an apple. I kicked the ball into the tree. John read Simon the book. He fed the monkeys bananas. Practical Exercise 2: Complete the exercise in the worksheets for Presentation 2.
  13. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S Noun as an object of a preposition When a noun is an object of a preposition in a sentence, it comes after the preposition. Examples: o Joe broke his nose in a fight. (Preposition: in) o Two puppies followed behind the girl. (Preposition: behind) o Birdwatching is a favorite hobby of the villagers. (Preposition: of) o Everyone is complaining about the boss. (Preposition: about) Practical Exercise 3: Complete the exercise in Worksheets for Presentation 2.
  14. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - P R O N O U N S Personal Pronouns We get three grammatical persons in Personal pronouns: First-person (singular: I, me / plural: we, us); Second-person (singular: you / plural: you) Third-person (singular: she, her, he, him, it / plural: they, them). Examples: First person : I hate waking up in the morning. Second person: You should not have stepped on it. Third person: It is a rare species of fish. Practical Exercise 4: Complete the exercise in the worksheets for Presentation 2
  15. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - V E R B S A verb can be just one word. Examples: She sings in the band. They left early. A verb can be more than one word. Examples: He is riding his bicycle. You have broken my window.
  16. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - A D V E R B S WHAT ARE ADVERBS? An Adverb is a words that describes or modifies verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. Adverbs answer questions such as “How?” “How Much?” “How often?” “Where?” “When? And “Why?” There are different kinds of adverbs that express different meanings. The following are some of the most common ones: Adverb of time; Adverb of place; Adverb of manner; Adverb of degree; Adverb of frequency.
  17. PA R T O F S P E E C H - A D V E R B S Adverb of time (We use ‘When’?) An adverb of time tells us when something happens or when something is done. It can be used at the beginning or end of a sentence. When using it at the beginning of a sentence, it is used as a form of emphasis. Examples of Adverbs of time: now, then, yesterday, afterwards, always, last month, already, soon, and immediately. • Yesterday, he kicked his toe, and it bled. • Will you come to my office immediately? Practical Exercise 5: Complete the exercise in the worksheets for Presentation 2.
  18. R E A D T H E S T O R Y Camping Needs Alex wants to go camping. Firstly, he must pack. Alex will need to pack things. That will make a shelter, keep him warm, and provide energy. A shelter will protect Alex from the weather. A good shelter provides shade in the Sun. It is also a place to store things. A good shelter will keep Alex dry in the rain. Tents make good shelters for camping. A sleeping bag will keep Alex warm at night. Sleeping bags are soft and fluffy. They hold warmth in the cold. A good sleeping bag will be warm and comfortable. A sleeping bag will help Alex rest when camping. Food and water provide energy. Without food and water, Alex will not be able to enjoy the outdoors. He will pack plenty of food and water. Alex will have the energy to play outside near camp. With shelter, warmth, and energy Alex can enjoy the outdoors. Before he goes, he needs one more thing: someone to go with him. Practical Exercise 6: Read the comprehension and answer the questions in the worksheet for Presentation 2.
  19. S P E L L I N G T E S T Learn the spelling words on Slides 2, 3, and 4, the long ‘E’ sounds. Complete the test in Practical Exercise 7 in your worksheets for Presentation 2. Click on the icon below. Listen carefully and pause the audio and write the word.