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2 Before You Begin Look at the picture on page 39 and write as many words and ideas as you can in note form in the table below. When you finish tell each other what you wrote in pairs.

3 A CONNECTING TO YOUR LIFE Write as many words and notes about each country in a web. Tell each other in pairs what you wrote when you finish. Lebanon UAE Egypt 1. Tuning In

4 A CONNECTING TO YOUR LIFE Listen to the CD and decide which country Maryam is talking about and check the correct answer. Tell each other in pairs or groups of three why you chose a particular country – especially which details helped you decide. 1. Tuning In

5 A CONNECTING TO YOUR LIFE Tick Yes, or No to the questions in the table and then choose one question and write the reason you answered yes or no to that question. Tell each other your reasons in pairs. 2. Talking It Over

6 A CONNECTING TO YOUR LIFE Study the six pictures and write 2 to 3 words about what you see in each first. Then write your words in the table below under the correct heading. 2. Talking It Over Art & Literature Cultural Heritage Changing roles of women Economic power Visionary leader Making the world a better place Your words example Women pilots example

7 A CONNECTING TO YOUR LIFE S it in pairs or in groups of three and tell each other what you wrote. Think of examples for each heading for the UAE. An example of the changing roles of women is women pilots in the air force. Check for more information about the UAE.www.uaeinteract.com 2. Talking It Over

8 A CONNECTING TO YOUR LIFE Read the title and write as many words and ideas about it in a web. This is called a pre-reading strategy. You should adopt it and make it a step that you take before you read anything. 2. Talking It Over Proud to be Emirati

9 B GETTING READY TO READ One of the ways of learning new words and remembering them is to think of examples for the words. Read the meanings and write your own examples of the new words. 1. Learning New Words

10 B GETTING READY TO READ Read the sentences and write the missing word. When you finish, tell each other your answers in pairs. 1. Learning New Words

11 B GETTING READY TO READ Write as many things as you can about what you love about your country. Use the words to write three reasons about why you love your country. Sit in groups of 3 and agree on three reasons out of your nine combined reasons. Tell your reasons to the whole class, or write the reasons on strips of cardboard and put them up on the classroom wall. 2. Talking It Over

12 C READING TO LEARN Look at the picture and write as many words as you can that are names (nouns), words that tell action (verbs) and words that describe (adjectives). Write a sentence that tells what the essay is going to be about. When you finish, read the sentence you wrote to each other in pairs. 1. Before You Read

13 C READING TO LEARN You are about to read one of the essays that won the National Pride competition. Think of what the writer will say in the essay and make notes. Sit in pairs and write your predictions of what the writer will say. [What you are doing is called a pre-reading strategy and it will help you develop faster reading and better understanding abilities]. 2. Lets Read

14 C READING TO LEARN Listen to the CD and read along silently. Make check marks or underline what you feel are the important ideas and information. [Remember: You cannot ask questions or interrupt during the listening]. 2. Lets Read

15 C READING TO LEARN Listen and read along silently again, but this time you should find the following information. What are Hamads feelings? What does Hamad want to learn more about? Tell each other what your answers to the two questions are. [Your books should be closed]. 2. Lets Read

16 C READING TO LEARN 1. One way to find the main idea in an essay is to find the most important idea in each of the three middle paragraphs and put them together as one idea. Find the most important idea in each of the paragraphs and write them. Most important idea in paragraph 2 _________ Most important idea in paragraph 3 _________ Most important idea in paragraph 4 _________ 3. Unlocking Meaning

17 C READING TO LEARN Sit in pairs and tell each other your answers and then rewrite the three important ideas in one sentence. Read question 1 on page 43 and find the sentence that is closest in meaning to what you wrote. 3. Unlocking Meaning

18 C READING TO LEARN 2. Read the sentences and underline the parts of each sentence. Write WHO, WHAT, ACTION, HOW, WHERE, WHEN or WHY above each part. who action what why Hamad is most proud of his country because of its wealth. These parts are details and if any of these parts are not the same as in the essay, then the sentence in false. 3. Unlocking Meaning

19 C READING TO LEARN 2. Make a check if the sentence is true and an if it is false. When you finish, tell each other your answers and why you marked some sentences as false. 3. Unlocking Meaning

20 C READING TO LEARN 3. Read each question and write down what information you will need to listen for. When you finish, tell each other what you wrote. Example: Why did the young men travel into the desert? We know that they traveled into the desert but we need to find the reason(s). [The ability to understand a question and to say what it is looking for is important in listening and reading. It helps us notice and locate information faster]. 3. Unlocking Meaning


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