Textbooks

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  • MS1 Unit A, Listening & Speaking, Pages 7 & 8
    • This is an MS1 Unit A, Listening and Speaking lesson in which students listen to, correctly obey and give common classroom commands and name common classroom object
  • MS 4 File 4, Listening & Speaking, Pages 94-97
    • This is an MS4 Unit 4 Listening and Speaking lesson in which students give basic historical facts about the Algerian Sahara, listen to a passage, and while listening, draw a reasonably accurate picture of what is described in the passage. They then describe the scene and give information about it to a partner. They use ‘used to’ or the simple past appropriately in a discussion comparing and contrasting prehistoric and present-day life, and review the form, meaning and use of ‘used to’ versus the simple past.
  • SE1 Unit 1, Listening & Writing, Pages 4 - 6
    • This is an SE1 Unit 1 Listening and Writing lesson in which students put computer-related words in the appropriate pronunciation column while listening to and ordering a set of instructions on how to access email on a computer. they also use instruction sequencing/connecting words (e.g., then, after that, etc.) to write instructions on how to access email on a computer.
  • SE1 Unit 1, Reading & Speaking, Pages 8 - 9
    • This is an SE1 Unit 1 Reading and Speaking lesson in which students read and check the accuracy of their prediction about the content of the reading, and understand the text generally and in detail, including how often the writer does routine things and the degree to which statements she makes are true (degree or modifying adverbs). They also discuss and compare their daily routines and world to the one described in the passage.
  • SE1 Unit 1, Speaking, Pages 9 - 11
    • This is an SE1 Unit 1 Speaking lesson in which students ask and answer questions about classmates’ routine behaviors using adverbs of frequency.
  • SE1 Unit 1, Writing, Pages 9 & 11
    • This is an SE1 Unit 1 Writing lesson in which students write a six-paragraph pen pal email introducing themselves and their country to a non-Algerian reader. They incorporate information about their routine behaviors and give information about Algeria, using adverbs of frequency and degree, writing more than one draft, and using feedback from their classmates.
  • SE1 Unit 2, Reading & Speaking, Pages 40-41
    • This is an SE1 Unit 2, Reading and Speaking lesson in which students make a prediction about the content of the reading, read, check the accuracy of their predictions, understand the reading in more depth by understanding the descriptive vocabulary used in it, and infer the writer’s opinion about a character being a hero. They then discuss and compare their beliefs about heroes and their traits with the one in the reading.
  • SE1 Unit 2, Writing, Page 41
    • This is an SE1 Unit 2 Writing lesson in which students write a paragraph about someone they admire, focusing on word choice, organization and writing more than one draft, using feedback from their classmates.
  • SE1 Unit 3, Listening & Speaking, Pages 74 - 75
    • This is an SE1 Unit 3, Listening and Speaking lesson in which students listen and demonstrate understanding of the text, both its general content and details. They will also listen and identify the interview questionnaire phrases and discuss and compare their own free time activities.
  • SE1 Unit 3, Reading & Speaking, Pages 70-71
    • This is an SE1 Unit 2 Reading lesson in which students make a prediction about the content of the reading, read, check the accuracy of their prediction, understand the text by understanding details and inferring the writer’s opinion about what it means to know about and use a computer. They end with a discussion in which they compare their beliefs about using a computer.
  • SE1 Unit 3, Speaking, Page 74
    • This is an SE1 Unit 3 Speaking lesson in which students ask and answer information and yes/no questions in student-created mini interviews on topics of the students' interests.
  • SE1 Unit 3, Writing, Pages 71 & 74
    • This is an SE1 Unit 3  Writing lesson in which students write a three-paragraph report about a survey they conducted in a previous class, focusing on reported speech, organization and writing more than one draft, using feedback from their classmates.
Subpages (3): MS 1 MS 4 SE 1
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