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Lesson Introduction English Text Unit-3 Lesson-1 Class-seven section-A Duration-50 minutes
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Today’s lesson Prize-giving day at school
Some clues for word meaning Eminent- Sher-E-Bangla A.K.Fazul Haque was an eminent person. Praise-Sakib played cricket well. So everybody praises highly. Outstanding-he showed his outstanding perfomace.
Activity sheet-1 Individual work Time-07 minutes Match words with their meanings:
WordsMeanings Visit Praise Outstanding eminent Speak highly of something or someone To go to a person or place People having lots of power or influence Extremely good
Solution Visit= to go to a person or a place. Praise=speak highly of something or someone. Outstanding=extremely good. Eminent=people having lots of power and influence.
Activity she-02 Pairs work Time-10 minutes Make questions and then choose answers from the following table Questions answers HowwasThe chief guest at the function? The principal of PN college WhatThe auditorium decorated? Readout the annual report did Who The head teacher do ? brightly QuestionsAnswers WhoWasthe auditorium decorated?Readout the report WhatdidThe chief guest at the function?Brightly howThe Head teacher do?The principal of PN college
Solution a. who was the chief guest? b.how was the auditorium decorated? C. what did the head teacher readout? Answers a. The principal of PN college was the chief guest. b. the auditorium was decorated brightly. C. the Head teacher readout the annual report.
Activity sheet-3 group work complete the passage with the verbs in the box and give their correct forms At the end of the prize-giving function there (a)---- a cultural show. The students (b)--- songs, danced and (c)--- a one –act play. It was so good that everyone (d)---- highly.
Evaluation What is the meaning ‘ceremony’? a. display b. function c. show d. festive How was the auditorium decorated? a. badly b. richly c. brightly d. awfully