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2 FARZANEGAN 6 Lesson 1 Students: Saba Azarpoor, Sara Samimi Teacher:M.Shah hamzehee

3 Reading vocabulary

4 1.This is a picture of a garden. There are many flowers, plants and trees in this garden. Is a pretty garden.  What do you see in this garden?  How many trees do you see in this garden? 1.This is a picture of a garden. There are many flowers, plants and trees in this garden. Is a pretty garden.  What do you see in this garden?  How many trees do you see in this garden?

5 2. This is a map of the world. You see Iran and Germany on this map. There are many countries all over the word.  Do you see Iran on this map?  Is Germany a country or a city? 2. This is a map of the world. You see Iran and Germany on this map. There are many countries all over the word.  Do you see Iran on this map?  Is Germany a country or a city?

6 This little girl doesn’t have any friends. She is playing alone.  Is the girl playing with her friends? This little girl doesn’t have any friends. She is playing alone.  Is the girl playing with her friends?

7 4.Children love their mothers and fathers.  Do children love their mothers?  Do you love your fathers?

8 Children go to kindergarten when they are three or four years old.  Do little children go to kindergarten?  When do children go to kindergarten? Children go to kindergarten when they are three or four years old.  Do little children go to kindergarten?  When do children go to kindergarten?

9 I want to buy a book, but I didn’t have any money to pay for it.  What do you want to buy?  Do you have any money to pay for the book? I want to buy a book, but I didn’t have any money to pay for it.  What do you want to buy?  Do you have any money to pay for the book?

10 My plants are growing fast. They were small last weak. Now they are big.  Are your plants big or small?  Are they growing fast? My plants are growing fast. They were small last weak. Now they are big.  Are your plants big or small?  Are they growing fast?

11 When I grow up, I will buy a garden. I will grow flowers in my garden.  What will you do when you grow up?

12 Address. (n) Again. (adv) Again. (adv) all day long (adv) all over (adv) all over (adv) the name of the place where you live : A : “ what is your address? “ B : “24 Hafez St. Tehran. “ the name of the place where you live : A : “ what is your address? “ B : “24 Hafez St. Tehran. “ one more time : I didn’t hear you. could you please say it again? one more time : I didn’t hear you. could you please say it again? From morning tonight : My father works all day long. From morning tonight : My father works all day long. Everywhere : Doctors from all over the world came here.

13 Alone (adv.adj) Alone (adv.adj) Alphabet (n) Alphabet (n) Become (v) Become (v) Exercise (n) Exercise (n) not with other people : he doesn’t have a family. he lives alone. not with other people : he doesn’t have a family. he lives alone. A ‘ B ‘ C ‘ D ‘ E ‘ F ‘……’ W ‘ X ‘ Y ‘ Z : My little brother knows all the English alphabet. A ‘ B ‘ C ‘ D ‘ E ‘ F ‘……’ W ‘ X ‘ Y ‘ Z : My little brother knows all the English alphabet. To start to be something : When I become older. I will buy a good car. To start to be something : When I become older. I will buy a good car. A number of questions in a book that test a studen’s skill or knowledge : The teacher told us to do our exercises carefully.

14 Could (v) Could (v) Could I …? Die (v) Die (v) early (adv.adj) early (adv.adj) Pat simple of “ can “ : I couldn’t talk when I was tow years old. Pat simple of “ can “ : I couldn’t talk when I was tow years old. Used as a polite way of speaking something : Could I leave the class, please? Used as a polite way of speaking something : Could I leave the class, please? To stop living : Her father died at the age of 50. To stop living : Her father died at the age of 50. Near the start of the day or a time : I usually go to school early. Opposed : Late

15 Everybody (pron) Everybody (pron) First name(n) Fun (n.adj) Fun (n.adj) Germany (n) Germany (n) Everyone ; all people : Everybody can come to my party. Opposed : Nobody Everyone ; all people : Everybody can come to my party. Opposed : Nobody The name that comes before your family name : My first name is Ali. The name that comes before your family name : My first name is Ali. enjoyment : We had fun in the zoo. It is fun to see little children play. enjoyment : We had fun in the zoo. It is fun to see little children play. A country in Europe : Munich and Berlin are in Germany.

16 Glad to meet you Grow up (v) Grow up (v) Had to (v) Had to (v) Hard (adj) Hard (adj) Nice to see you : A: “ Glad to meet you, Peter.” B: “ Glad to meet you, too.” Nice to see you : A: “ Glad to meet you, Peter.” B: “ Glad to meet you, too.” To become older : When I grow up, I want to be a doctor. To become older : When I grow up, I want to be a doctor. The past form of “ have to “ : It was very cold yesterday. I had to put on my warm coat. The past form of “ have to “ : It was very cold yesterday. I had to put on my warm coat. 1. Not soft : He sat on a hard chair. 2. Not easy ; difficult : This problem is very hard.

17 Have to (v) Have to (v) I’d like Just a moment Kindergarten (V) Kindergarten (V) Must : I have to finish my exercises tonight. Must : I have to finish my exercises tonight. I want : I’d like you to meet my friend, Reza. I want : I’d like you to meet my friend, Reza. Just a second ; wait a second : A: “ may I speak to the doctor? ” B: “ yes, just a moment, please.” Just a second ; wait a second : A: “ may I speak to the doctor? ” B: “ yes, just a moment, please.” A school for little children : Children go to kindergarten whan they are three or four years old.

18 Last name (n) Last name (n) Learn about something (v) Learn about something (v) Like (v) Like (v) Little (Adj) Little (Adj) Family name: My first name is Ali, and my last name is Karimi. Family name: My first name is Ali, and my last name is Karimi. To become aware of something : People learned about the new school very soon. To become aware of something : People learned about the new school very soon. To enjoy something or think that it is nice ot good : I like my new jacket very much. To enjoy something or think that it is nice ot good : I like my new jacket very much. not big: we live in a little house. = Small

19 Love (v) Love (v) Mean (v) Mean (v) More (Adv) More (Adv) Motor Bicycle (n) Motor Bicycle (n) to like very much : children love theirparents. Opposite : Dislike, hate to like very much : children love theirparents. Opposite : Dislike, hate to have a meaning : A: “what does ‘ kindergarten’ mean? B: “It means a happy place for little children. to have a meaning : A: “what does ‘ kindergarten’ mean? B: “It means a happy place for little children. A larger amount or number of : I need some more money to buy that beautiful bicycle. Ooposite : Less, fewer A larger amount or number of : I need some more money to buy that beautiful bicycle. Ooposite : Less, fewer A vehicle with two wheels and an engine : My father doesn’t have a car. he has a motor bicycle.

20 Much (adv) Much (adv) Must (v) Must (v) Nice to meet you On time (adj) On time (adj) A lot of ; a lot : We need much money to buy that big house. You’re talking too much. A lot of ; a lot : We need much money to buy that big house. You’re talking too much. To have to do something: It’s late Sarah. We must go now. To have to do something: It’s late Sarah. We must go now. happy to meet you ; glad to meet you : A: “nice to meet you.” B: “nice to meet you.too” happy to meet you ; glad to meet you : A: “nice to meet you.” B: “nice to meet you.too” Not early not late : The school bus didn’t arrive on time. It was a little late.

21 Pay attention to (v) Pay for (v) Pay for (v) Plant (n) Plant (n) Pretty (adj) Pretty (adj) to listen or watch carefully : you must pay attention to the teacher. to listen or watch carefully : you must pay attention to the teacher. To give money to someone for something you want to buy : A: “How much did you pay for your new bicycle?” B: “ I paid tomans for it. “ To give money to someone for something you want to buy : A: “How much did you pay for your new bicycle?” B: “ I paid tomans for it. “ A living thing that grows on the land : Mom waters the plants every day. A living thing that grows on the land : Mom waters the plants every day. beautiful : she is a pretty little girl. Opposite : Ugly

22 Remember (v) Remember (v) Rial (n) Rial (n) Salad (n) Salad (n) Soon (adv) Soon (adv) Not to forget : I can ‘ t remember his telephone number. = Recall Opposite : forget Not to forget : I can ‘ t remember his telephone number. = Recall Opposite : forget money in Iran: A: “ How much is that pencil ?” B: “It’s 2000 rials.” money in Iran: A: “ How much is that pencil ?” B: “It’s 2000 rials.” The food of vegetables : We need more tomatoes for salad. The food of vegetables : We need more tomatoes for salad. In a short time from now, or a short time after something else happens : The coffee will be ready very soon.

23 So (conj) So (conj) Start (v) Start (v) World (n) World (n) Grow (v) Grow (v) In a short time from now, or a short time after something else happens : The coffee will be ready very soon. In a short time from now, or a short time after something else happens : The coffee will be ready very soon. To do something that you were not doing before ; to begin a new job : He got up and started running again. To do something that you were not doing before ; to begin a new job : He got up and started running again. The earth with all its countries and people : My father is going to travel all over the world. The earth with all its countries and people : My father is going to travel all over the world. 1. To get bigger : The baby is growing fast. 2. To plant something in the ground : We grow oranges and apples in oouur garden. Opposite : Raise

24 Call (v) Call (v) 1. To say the name of someone or something : - they called the baby Jack. - we call our little brother Danny but his name is Daniel. 2. To talk to someone on the telephone : I’ll call you tomorrow night. 1. To say the name of someone or something : - they called the baby Jack. - we call our little brother Danny but his name is Daniel. 2. To talk to someone on the telephone : I’ll call you tomorrow night.

25 The Kindergarten Man Friedrich Froebel lived in Germany many years ago. His mother died when he was a small boy. People didn’t pay much attention to him. So Friedrich played alone in a garden. He loved the flowers and the plants. He was happy there.

26 Soon it was time for Friedrich to go to school. In school he sat on a hard chair. All day long he looked at books. The books didn’t have any pictures. Friedrich couldn’t play. He couldn’t do things with his hands. He had to sit on that hard chair & look at books. It was no fun. Friedrich grew up. He remembered his school & his garden. Soon it was time for Friedrich to go to school. In school he sat on a hard chair. All day long he looked at books. The books didn’t have any pictures. Friedrich couldn’t play. He couldn’t do things with his hands. He had to sit on that hard chair & look at books. It was no fun. Friedrich grew up. He remembered his school & his garden.

27 “school should be a happy place. It should be like a garden,” said Friedrich. “Children should play. They should do things with their hands. They should have books with pretty pictures.” So Friedrich started a school like this. He called it a kindergarten. Kindergarten is a German word. It means children’s garden. “school should be a happy place. It should be like a garden,” said Friedrich. “Children should play. They should do things with their hands. They should have books with pretty pictures.” So Friedrich started a school like this. He called it a kindergarten. Kindergarten is a German word. It means children’s garden.

28 People learned about Friedrich’s new school. Soon there were kindergartens all over the word. Friedrich Froebel made school a happier place for little children.

29 Thank you!


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