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1 External Office Hours ( Sherine El Deeb) Location: building 12, room 5 Date Time Saturday 9 /1/ :00 to 10:00 Monday 11 /1/ :30 to 1:30 Wednesday 13/ 1/ :30 to 1:30 Saturday 16 /1/ :00 to 10:00 Monday 18 /1/ :30 to 1:30 Wednesday 20/ 1/ :30 to 1:30 Saturday 23 /1/ :00 to 10:00 Monday 25 /1/ :30 to 1:30 Wednesday 27/ 1/ :30 to 1:30

2 NorthStar Level 1 Reading and Writing Unit 4 Strength In Numbers Presented by : Sherine El Deeb

3 The main idea Reading : Guardian Angels Grammar: Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives Writing : A Personal letter

4 Vocabulary Nickname ( noun )Nickname ( noun ) Positive ( adjective )Positive ( adjective ) Generous ( adjective )Generous ( adjective ) Support ( noun / verb )Support ( noun / verb ) Respect ( noun / verb )Respect ( noun / verb ) Member ( noun )Member ( noun ) At-risk ( prep +noun )At-risk ( prep +noun ) Avoid ( verb )Avoid ( verb ) Role models ( compound adjective)Role models ( compound adjective) Teenagers ( noun )Teenagers ( noun ) Urban ( adjective )Urban ( adjective )

5 Nickname: a special name or a short form of your real name. Ex. Her name is Sherine, but her name. Ex. Her name is Sherine, but her nickname is Cheri. nickname is Cheri. Positive : good, helpful, not negative. Ex. She is a positive person, she always has something good to say. person, she always has something good to say. Generous: willing to give money, help, or time. Ex. She is a generous person. She always gives money to people generous person. She always gives money to people who need help. who need help. Support: to give money, food, or help to someone. Ex. Her parents support her. parents support her. Respect: to honor, to have a high opinion of. Ex. Young people need to respect old people. need to respect old people. Member: a person who is in a group or organization. Ex. I am a member of the baseball team Ex. I am a member of the baseball team

6 At – risk: may have problems in the future Teenagers are at – risk. Adults need to help teenagers. Teenagers are at – risk. Adults need to help teenagers. Avoid: to stay away from. Teenagers should avoid drugs and trouble Teenagers should avoid drugs and trouble Role models: people who are good examples for other people to follow. Ex. Football players are other people to follow. Ex. Football players are role models for young people. role models for young people. Teenagers: young people from 13 to 19 years old Teenagers need our help. Teenagers need our help. Urban : big – city Life in urban areas like New York City and Hong Kong Life in urban areas like New York City and Hong Kong is different from life in small towns. is different from life in small towns.

7 Guardian Angels A group called “ Guardian Angels” teach people about safety and stopping crime. They want to change their community into a better one. They are just people who want to help others.A group called “ Guardian Angels” teach people about safety and stopping crime. They want to change their community into a better one. They are just people who want to help others. Today the “ Guardian Angels” are in cities in the United States, Japan, Sweden, England and Italy.Today the “ Guardian Angels” are in cities in the United States, Japan, Sweden, England and Italy.

8 Urban Angels Urban Angels is a group of teenagers.Urban Angels is a group of teenagers. The Guardian Angels started the Urban Angels to help at riskThe Guardian Angels started the Urban Angels to help at risk teens in New York City. teens in New York City. Urban Angels do many things.Urban Angels do many things. They go on trips to museums and they visit businesses toThey go on trips to museums and they visit businesses to learn about different jobs. learn about different jobs. Urban Angels help out in their community.Urban Angels help out in their community. For example, they clean parks.For example, they clean parks. They learn how to stop problems in their community.They learn how to stop problems in their community. They learn how to take care of themselves and their families.They learn how to take care of themselves and their families.

9 Problems with teenagers SmokingSmoking AlcoholAlcohol DrugsDrugs Using gunsUsing guns Violent crimesViolent crimes Forming gangsForming gangs

10 Synonyms Synonyms are words that have the same meaning. Afraid and scared are synonyms Avoid and stay away from are synonyms

11 Pronouns Object Pronouns Possessive Pronouns I me my You you your He him his She her her We us our It it its They them their

12 Pronouns and possessive adjectives Pronouns are :Pronouns are : Subject pronouns:( He – She – It – They – I – You – We ). They take the place of a subject in a sentence. Subject pronouns:( He – She – It – They – I – You – We ). They take the place of a subject in a sentence. Object pronouns: ( me – her – us – them – you – it – him ) They take the place of the object of the sentence. Object pronouns: ( me – her – us – them – you – it – him ) They take the place of the object of the sentence.

13 Object Pronouns Ahmed hit me. Ahmed hit me. Ahmed hit you. Ahmed hit Kareem. He hit him. Ahmed hit Heba. He hit her. Ahmed hit the dog. He hit it. Ahmed hit Heba and I. He hit us. Ahmed hit Kareem and Heba. He hit them.

14 Possessive adjectives Possessive adjectives : My – Her – His – Our – Your – Its – Their My – Her – His – Our – Your – Its – Their They always come before nouns. They always come before nouns. I have a book. My book is green. I have a book. My book is green. You have a book. Your book is green. You have a book. Your book is green. He has a book. His book is green. He has a book. His book is green. She has a book. Her book is green. She has a book. Her book is green. We have a book. Our book is green. We have a book. Our book is green. It has a tail. Its tail is black. It has a tail. Its tail is black. They have a book. Their book is green. They have a book. Their book is green.

15 Complete the sentences about Curtis Sliwa using he, him, or his. 1- ____ started the Guardian Angels in ____ used to help children in ____ neighborhood. 3- When ____ was 15 years old, ___ saved a family from a fire. 4- The American president gave ____ an award for ____ effort. 5-When __ was young, ___ parents taught __ to take care of ___ community. community. Complete the sentences about Wanda using she, her, or her. 1- _____ lives in Washington. 2- _____ helps out in ____ community. 3- In ____ free time, ____ helps young children and teenagers. 4- Wanda and _____ brother grew up in Washington.

16 Writing a Personal Letter People write personal letters to their friends and family members. Here are the five parts of a personal letter. 1- Date : Write the date in the top right corner. 2-Greeting: Begin with “ Dear” and the person’s name. 3- Message: Write your message in paragrahs. 4- Closing: End your letter with “ Sincerely,” “Best Wishes,” “Best regards,” “Love,” or something similar. regards,” “Love,” or something similar. 5- Signature: Write your name after the closing.

17 A Personal Letter December 11 th, 2009 December 11 th, 2009 Dear Ahmed, How are you? How was your holiday? How are you? How was your holiday? I hope you have had a nice holiday in Egypt. I hope you had a great time. Please, write to me soon. Best Wishes, Best Wishes, Kareem Kareem


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