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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

2012/2013

People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
Ministry of national Education

SCHOOL YEAR : 2012 /2013

DIRECTION DE L’EDUCATION D’ALGER EST

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File one

2012/2013

It’s my treat

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Session one

Food for Thought
A – What I know about food
1. Write as many words as you know in the right column
Fruit

Vegetables

Drinks

Places

Jobs

2. you have learnt with your biology teacher that there are five food groups .
Look at the upper pictures at the front page

and classify the food items ac-

cording to each category.

1

2

3

4

5

Now go to text number two and name the categories:
1. …………………………………………..
2. …………………………………………..
3. ………………………………………….
4. ………………………………………..
5. ………………………………………..
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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3– Choose a title for each text among the following:

A- At the restaurant. B- A balanced diet. C- Eating habits. D. table manners E. Fast Food

Text 1: Most children love eating fast food .This includes food such as
burgers, pizzas, hotdogs and fish and chips. Although such food is tasty, but it
does not provide us with enough vitamins ,nutrients and the calories that our
bodies need .This food is not healthy as it usually contains a lot of fat .Eating
fast food often results in weight again . Most children often eat hamburgers
topped with a lot of mayonnaise , chips and soda.

Title :…………………………………………..
Text 2: In order to stay healthy, it is important to have a balanced diet– in
other words, food that contains something from each of the five main groups of
food. These groups are protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins and minerals and
starchy food.
Protein is very important for building our body. It helps us to build new cells as
old ones die. Meat and dairy products are major sources of protein, but not the
only one– we can also get protein from fish , eggs and beans.
Carbohydrates and fat are important to enable us to store energy-they provide fuel for the body. Carbohydrates are found in sugar..
Our body also needs minerals, such as iron and calcium and vitamins. Fish, vegetables and milk contain most of the minerals we need. Vitamins are found in fresh
vegetables and fruits.

Title :…………………………………………..
Go back to the front page and say which food you like.
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Read the text and do the following activities

1. Complete the following table with food items mentioned in the text
PROTEIN

E.g: meat;……………………………………………………………………………………...

CARBOHYDRATE
FAT
MINERALS
VITAMINS

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2. Read again and say why the food groups are important for our health:
Proteins are very important because they help us build new cells .
Carbohydrates ……………………………………………………………………………………..
Fat ……………………………………………………………………………………..
Minerals ……………………………………………………………………………………..
Vitamins ……………………………………………………………………………………..
3. match words with definitions :
A . Balanced diet

1. origin

B . Source

2. give/ supply what is needed

C. provide

3. keep for future uses

D. store

4. having the quality and variety of food necessary for a good health

a. Read the proverb and explain it ..

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away”

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

4.

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Now write about the text :

a. Complete the food pyramid.Some food groups are named differently :

b. Say what you should have every day at meal times:
To be healthy, I need………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Learn about food origin

2012/2013

session THREE

Hamburger is a German Word
Many of the names of the food we eat come from other languages. Hamburger ,for example is a German word. Pizza may
be one of your favorite foods . It comes from Italian . Do you
know the origin of the names of some of the foods you eat?
name

description

origin

1.mayonnaise

Sauce made from egg yolks and oil

Spain

2.tea

The bush whose leaves are used to make tea.

China

3.chocolate

Sweet, hard brown food made from cocoa beans

4. clementine

Fruit

5.macaroni

A kind of pasta made in the shape of hollow tubes

6. potato

most eaten starchy food

7.pudding

Creamy dessert

8.cookie

Cake

Aztec
Algeria /Oran
Italy
Southern America
Great Britain
America

Choose a food item and write about it :
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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Do you know the origins of some Algerian dishes, food items?
Complete the table with three examples then choose to write about one
Algerian food item

description

Town origin

1.
2.
3.

Example : Tamina
Start like this:
Tamina is eaten everywhere in Algeria . But it is also called zrir.
It comes from ………………………………………………………………… .
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Ordering Food: Eating Out

2012/2013

Session four

1- before you listen ,put the sentences in the correct order. The first
one is done for you
a-The vegetable is carrots.

1 C

b-Yes. I’d like a fillet steak with vegetables and chips .
c-May I take your order now?

2...
3 ...

d-Anything to drink?
e-Would you like anything else with that?
Fine.

4 ...

f-Grapes juice, please.

5 ...

g-Yes, a salad and the vegetables of the day .

6 ...
7 ...

What I have learnt:
Look at these sentences.
Would you like to order now?
I’d/ We’d like a bottle of
juice, please.
Can I/ We have the bill,
please?
Now I complete the rule:

Why do we use them?
To ask and answer …………..

2– Now read the script two part one p.165 and say which
statements are not in the conversation
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 When someone ( at a restaurant /in a shop…) asks
for something ,he uses
……………………………...and
…………….


for requests

When someone (A waiter , the shop assistant
wants to provide information, offers or help)
he uses
…………………………………………...
for offers

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Listen and fill in the gaps in questions 1– 4 with these words:

Anything

please

drink

order

lemonade

- Would you like …………………………………….. or juice?
b-Would you like …………………………………………...else?
c– Would you like to ………………………………………...now,…………………..?
d– What would you like to …………………………………...?
5– Complete the conversation with the questions above and the missing answers:
Waiter:……………………………………………………………?
Emma: Yes. I’d like a tuna salad, please.
Jack: And can I have a cheeseburger and chips, please?
Waiter: ………………………………………………………….?

6. Now can you guess

Jack: can I have something to drink?

where Jack and Emma

Waiter……………………………………………………………..?

are?

Jack: Juice, please.

In a fast food restau-

Emma: And we’d like a bottle of sparkling mineral water,
please.

rant ?
A family style restaurant?

Waiter: Yes,of course.
Jack: Excuse me.
Waiter: Yes, sir…………………………………………………?
Jack: No, thank you, but can we have the bill, please?
Waiter: Certainly.
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

GIVING ADVICE ABOUT TABLE MANNERS

session five

Table manners are important because they ensure that both guests *and
comfortable at the table.

2012/2013

hosts* are

New words:

Match each picture with the right instruction

a)………………………………………………………..
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b)………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………..
c)………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………..

When you are invited you are
the guest.
When you invite you are the
host for your guests
1) You must sit up straight.
2) You shouldn’t speak with
your mouth full of food.

3) You should eat properly
with a knife and a fork.
4) You should wipe your
mouth before drinking

d)………………………………………………………..
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e)………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………..

5) You must chew quietly
6) You mustn’t slurp the
food.
7) You shouldn’t forget
« thank you ».
8) You mustn’t sneeze at the
table.

f)………………………………………………………..

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…………………………………………………………..

g)

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EST strong
Teachers advice
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To give

………………………………………………………………………

about table manners ,I
use the modals………,
……………………………………………

h………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………...

………

Can we use the imperative?

i………………………………………………………………………
……

……………………………………………
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PRONUNCIATION : look at the following table about silent letters
Silent letter

b

When

example

it folloows the letter M at the end of a Dumb /thumb
word or before ‘t’

c

When it is part of the cluster ‘scle’

muscle

d

With some words

Handkerchief/sandwich/wednesday

e

At the end of a word

Plate/bite/ hope/..

g

Is followed by n’’

Foreign/sign

Before ‘t’

Eight / light /height

1-Can follow ‘c’,’g’,’k’,’r’or ‘w’ and 2-at

1-Chemist/ghost/khaki//Rhyme /

the beginning of some words

whey ;why ;when….2– hour/ honest...

k

Before ‘n’

Knock/ kneel /….

l

Before the letters:’d’,’f’,k,or ‘m’

Should,half,talk,salmon

p

With these prefixes ‘pneu’;pseudo, psy

Pneumonia/ pseudonym/psychiatry

s

Before ’l’

Isle/ aisle

t

After ‘s’ and ‘f’ with the adverb often

Whistle/fasten

u

Before ‘e’ or‘i’

guide

w

Usually folled by ‘h’ or ‘r’

Who/ wrap/wrinkle

gh
h

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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A: Now ,Circle the silent letter in the words given below:
pneumatic;

knit;

whose, honest;

plumber ; thumb;

castle;

foreign;

handkerchief; hope,

island; why;

B: go back to text p.23 and pick out the words with silent letters in each paragraph:


* Paragraph one : ……………………,…………………….., ……………………,…………………,



* Paragraph two:……………………,……………………...



* Paragraph three:…………………..,…………………….



* Paragraph four: ……………………..,……………;……………………..;

Which good manners are important to you ? Say why:
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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B) What eating habit(s) is / are mentioned in the HOLY QUR’AN?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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C/ You have just matched table manners with pictures. Now, identify those,
mentioned in the text p.23.


……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………



…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..



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Rewrite the sentences into the imperative:


…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………



………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..



………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

D) Go back to pieces of advice for table manners (pp 9;10 and add necessary information mentioned in the text (cohesive markers) to make a coherent paragraph
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Comparing food nutritional values
Activity

The comparative and superlative

2012/2013

Session six

Activity One: Read the text on page 27 then underline all the comparatives: copy
them down:
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Activity Two: Go back to the table ask and answer:
Example: Which processed food is higher in calories, the chocolate bar or the cocoa
powder?
A:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………?
B:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
A:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………?
B:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Activity Three: Compare the food labels: Ask and answer:
Example: Is cocoa powder higher in calories than the chocolate bar?
No, it isn’t. It’s lower.
Do the same with proteins, fats, carbohydrates.
Which has the lowest amount?
………………………………………………………...

Do the same with the lowest in calories.

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More activites to recycle the comparative and the superlative
Activity one : put the following adjectives in the right column /

tasty / obedi-

ent / energetic / bad / delicious / popular / good /healthy / far
Short adjectives

Long adjectives

Irregular adjectives

……………………………………
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………………………………………
.

……………………………………
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……………………………………….

Activity two : complete the sentences with the comparative . use the adjectives in
brackets
Mum’s soup is ……………………. mine. (good)
Cheese is ………………………yogurt in calcium. (high)
Reda’s fast food is ………………………. Ahmed’s (modern)
Ahmed’s fast food is ……………………….. Reda’s from my house. (far)
In Algeria, apples are ………………………. Kiwis . (expensive)
Vanilla ice cream is ………………………. Chocolate ice cream . (sweet)
Eating at home is …………………………….. in fast foods. (healthy)
Now write two sentences about your food preferences and use ,once the superlative and once the comparative:
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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1 ) .Put the adjectives between brackets into the superlative
Dates are (sweet) ………………………...fruit
When you want
to compare one

« Potato chips » have been ………………….snack

thing / person

in America for the past 50 years.(popular)

with many
others , we use
the superlative

…………………………………watermelon in the
world weighs 122kg . (Large)

short adjectives
Apples are one of ……………………...……………………..fruit.

The smallest

(healthy)

The biggest

Long adjectives
Juice of pomegranate is one of

The most expensive

………………………… juice in reducing heart di-

Irregular adjectives

sease. (good)

Good

the best

film you

Bad

the worst

have seen/the worst day /the most expensive thing you have

Far

the farthest

Now write a statement about the best

bought/ the largest town you know/ the happiest day in your
life.
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Seeking agreement

2012/2013 

session seven

Question tags
How much do you remember? Agreement or disagreement ?
conversation one



……………………………………….

- the journey was awful.
- Yes I am afraid it was
conversation two

…………………………………
— what a beautiful bridge

- I quite agree with you . It’s really fantastic
conversation three

……………………………………….

- I thinkTower Bridge is in Scotland .
- To my mind Tower Bridge is in London
2 Recall the expressions you know , to show agreement and disagreement:
A …………………………………………………………

D………………………………………………………………

B …………………………………………………………

E……………………………………………………………

C …………………………………………………………

F……………………………………………………………

3. Listen to the conversation* and answer the following questions :
How many speakers are there?
Are they all Algerian?
Where are they?
Where are they going to? How do you know?
*The script 1is on page165 .You can read it later

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4– Read the following statements ,and then write the rules:

a-You don’t eat in this restaurant ,do you?

What I have learnt:

b-You like pizza, don’t you?



ment followed by a mi-

c-Junk food isn’t healthy, is it?

ni………………at the end.

d-Don’t mention eggs, will you?


e-Let’s go there , shall we?

they? , isn’t it? , didn’t I?
a- Yorkshire pudding is a British dish,…………………………?
b- Hamoud company makes fizzy drinks,……………………?

The mini –question which is
at ……………of the statement

5– Add the appropriate question tag:

doesn’t it? , Doesn’t she? , didn’t we? , won’t

A tag question is a state-

is called a………………tag.


Underline the correct
word:

1- When the statement is positive; the question tag is: nega-

c- We made a big pizza,…………………………………………………?

tive/positive.

d- Sarah watches too much cooking shows,………………?

2- When the statement is nega-

e- They will taste new dishes,………………………………………?
f- I ordered the food for the party,…………………………?
6-Complete the following tag questions:

tive; the question tag is positive/negative.
3- The subject in the statement
is :the same/ different in the

a-You like Indian food,……………………………………………………? question tag.
b-My mother cooked the dinner,…………………………………?

4- In the question tag , the

c-My brother always eats spicy food,…………………………? auxiliary comes :after/ before
the subject.
d-Let’s have sandwiches,…………………………………………………?
e-It’s a delicious dish,……………………………………………………?
f-You don’t like pizza,……………………………………………………?
g– Paul eats in a restaurant,…………………………………………?
h-Mary thinks fast food is healthy,……………………………?

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Learn more about tag questions and pronunciation rules
Read about rising and falling intonation in tag question , page 176 and complete
the rule
Complete the rule:
Use the following words :
Down / falling

/ rising

/ up /

We have two types of tag questions:
 Tag questions with ………………intonation.
 Tag questions with………………..intonation.
 If the intonation of a tag question goes ………, the speaker is not completely sure of what she/
he is saying. She/he is asking to get information.
 If the intonation of a tag question goes …………… , the speaker is sure of what she/he is saying.
She/ he is only using the question to check information and ask for agreement .

2– Complete the sentences and then mark the intonation:

a-

Andrew is still a chef in a hotel, ………………………………?

b– Junk food is bad for our health, ………………………?

c– Your sister doesn’t like egg plants, ……………………?

d– It is important to have a balanced diet,………………?

e– She prepared a tasty dinner, ………………………….?

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3-Useful Verbs: Give the past form of the following verbs.
Verbs

Past simple

Eat

………………………………

Cut

……………………………….

Have

……………………………….

Drink

……………………………….

Break

……………………………….

Put

……………………………….

Are the following words , nouns of utensils (u)or verbs (v) related to cooking:


Pan ( u)…fry (v), roast,(…) pressure cooker(…),stew(…),chop(…),steamer(…),sieve
(…),kitchen scale(…),stock pot(…), ladle(…),squeeze(…), whisk(…), blend,(…) mix
(…),boil(…) bowl(…), beat (…) jug(…),pour(…)

Think of a dish/or food item . Pick a utensil and a verb to describe It. Add a
tag question to confirm information.
Example: We beat eggs with a whisk, don’t we

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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- Put the tag questions at the end of each sentence, but before read the rule and circle the
number to which the rule applies
1. Peter is a good cook,
…………..…..?

2.John invited Ann for a pizza

yesterday, ……………..?
After the impera-

tive , afformative or
negative , the tag
3.Don’t eat spicy food ……………….?

4.Let’s eat at Mimo fast food,
…………..…….?

question is:
When

will you

the tag

question follows a
statement which
5.Sea food is delicious. Have

6. Peter will make a straw-

some, …………..…….?

berry pie, …………….……..?

starts with the imperative verbal
phrase, Let’s , the
tag question is

7.John and Ann haven’t had
lunch, ……………………..?

8.Squeeze some lemon, ……..
………….?

shall we.

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Now it’s your turn :Complete the conversation you had with your
friend . Use the imperative and tag questions
You: Let’s go to …………………… . …………………………?
Your friend : I’m afraid I can’t . I am busy for the moment
You : Fine , then I may stay with you and help you finish your work
…………………………..?
Your friend: …………………………………………………………………………………………………
You: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Your friend:…………………………………………………………………………………………………
You:………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….;
Your friend …………………………………………………………………………………………………

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Describing a dish

2012/2013

session eight

Cooking time :

Cooking Couscous

Ingredients:(for 4 persons)

Couscous is one of the most popular dishes in our country

-1 kilo of rolled couscous

and in all the north of Africa made with semolina. It is very

-6 courgettes

easy to prepare, and the variations in the other ingredients

-4 carrots

that are commonly added to the basic recipe are quite nu-

-1 onion peeled and chopped

merous. Couscous is often served as an accompaniment to

-1 tomato

stews, meats, vegetables and other savory dishes that in-

-250 of chick peas

clude sauces or gravy. In addition, it can be served as a hot

-3 spoonful of oil

cereal topped with sugar or syrup. The Described below is
a quick method for preparing this dish in Algeria.

-a pinch of salt

How to make couscous?

-a teaspoon of black ground
pepper

Couscous is a national dish in our country .You can prepare it

-a tea spoon of red pepper

with meat,chicken or fish.This is a recipe for meat cous-

1 Kg of meat

cous.To make couscous you will need semolina ,salt and water.First,put semolina in a large plate, add a little water

and roll it to soften the grains.Next,cook vegetables ,meat and chick peas in a
broth .Then, steam the grains in a sieve twice over the broth. After that , simmer
vegetables and meat for 30 minutes. Finally,the dish is out,serve it with some lettuce
and some fruit juice.
Source :……………………...
1. Choose the right answer:
The text is : - a-

a poem

- b- a recipe

-c-a letter

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2- Identify the tense used:

Reminder:

……………………………………………………………………………………...

Complete the following rule :

3- underline all the time sequencers used in the reci-



pe, then complete the rule :

-Time sequencers are used to indicate
the various…………………. …….carried out.
The time sequencers generally used

4- Find in the text : -2 utensils used:

are :

……………………………………………………………………………………………..

………………………./………………………./…………………

………………………… /………………………………./………
…………………./………………………

-2 ingredients

In recipe books time sequencers are

………………………………………………………………………………………………...

replaced by numbers
We use the imperative ,the present

-2 spices

simple ( active or passive ) to :

……………………………………………………………………………………………….
5- Match the words from column A with their equiva-

…………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………

lents from column B
ingredients
Half an hour
simmer

Thirty minutes
Food items needed in a recipe
A particular kind of food in a meal/

con-

tainers for serving food
Boil gently

dish

Match number with paragraph and add a sequencer

Now reorder this recipe ( rice pudding)
a. Add the caster sugar and lemon zest to the rice mixture, and stir to mix. Sprinkle the surface of the milk
with freshly grated nutmeg and dot with small knobs
of butter.
b. Lightly grease the ovenproof dish with butter. Rinse
the rice under cold running water and drain well.
c. Bake in a preheated oven at 1500 C for 2 -2

1/2

hours,

until the skin of the pudding is dry
d. Put the rice into the ovenproof dish and stir in the

1

……b…….

First ,…………………...
2. ………….
………………………………...
3.  ………….
…………………………………..
4. ………….
…………………………………

milk .Leave for 30 minutes to allow the rice to soften
What ‘s the problem with this recipe ? What isn’t given?
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8-Write the full questions, then try answer
-e.g: What’s the name of the starter? It is called bourak or brik
What ……………………………………………………..? The ingredients are : meat; oil; …..
How ……..……………………………………………..? - It is fried
what……………………………………..with ?
On which…………………………………..?

- It is served with hot pepper
-It’s usually cooked in Ramadhan

9-Think about your most favourite dish. Write to Ronald an email and describe it
to him. Use sequencers and the appropriate tenses .Say on which occasion it is
cooked.

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Eating habits

and meal times

2012/2013

session nine

Text 1
1.read the text on page 38 and answer the following questions :


Has Nepal borders with the sea?



Are all Nepalese farmers?



Do the Nepalese eat meat everyday?



Do Nepalese Hindus eat pork? what about the Nepalese Muslims?



What is common between Nepalese Muslims and us?

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2. match definitions with new words


A– terraced

1. breed domestic animals



B- raise

2. cereals used for food



C -dairy

3. areas of ground rising one above the other



D– barley

4. milk products

Read the following texts ( 2 and 3)and answer these questions :


Do you know anything about meal times in Nepal, from the text?



What do British and Japanese eat at breakfast?

……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………………………...
At

lunch time?

……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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…………………………………………………… At dinner?……………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Text

number 2

Text number 3

In England, people eat a big break-

Most Japanese eat three meals a day. Boiled

fast; they have meat and eggs, or

white rice (gohan), At breakfast .Rice is usu-

fish, or fried bacon, and bread and

ally supplemented by a bean-paste soup, and,

butter with jam or marmalade..They

pickled vegetables.

drink tea or coffee with milk.
People work from eight or nine till
one. They do not go home for lunch.
They have lunch in a restaurant or
tea-shop, or at the office.
Many people live out of town in the
suburbs. When they come home, they
have dinner, which is often a cold
meal. On Sunday, they usually eat
roast beef with boiled vegetables.

In the cities, these dishes are replaced with
bread, butter, and eggs.
Lunch is a light meal and may consist of

tsukemono, salted fish, and tsukudani, seafood or vegetables cooked and preserved in
soya sauce, in addition to rice or noodles.
The evening meal is the most important meal
of the day, In most homes it includes .vegetables and rice with fish, beef,
pork, or chicken. Meat is usually fried and
fish is often served raw. When served this
way it is called sushi or sashimi. Tea is drunk
during and after meals. Western-style breakfasts probably predominate in Japan today.

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Now it is your turn write about our meal times in Algeria :
Text number4

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Session ten

Writing a recipe for success
Activity One:
Read paragraph one on page 22 then underline the ingredients:

What I have already learnt:

Activity Two:
Complete the table with ingredients of success according to
quantity:courage—hope—punctuality— hard work—will—
preparation—seriousness— fun

Cooking verbs:

…………………
…………………
…………………
…………………
…………………
…………………

Pancake

Success

…………………………………………….Flour

………………...Hard work

Time sequencers:

……………………………………………...Eggs

…………………………

……………………………………………...Milk

…………………………

………………………………………....Water

…………………………

…………………
…………………
…………………
…………………
……………….

…………………………………………..Butter

…………………………

…………………………………………..Salt

…………………………

Activity Three: Now read paragraph two then underline verbs :
Activity Three: Complete with verbs then link each ingredient of success with its verb:

mix

Hard work

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Activity four : write it up
A friend of yours always considers himself/herself a failure. Write for him/her a
recipe for success using imperative and sequencers:
Start like this:
You want to be successful don’t you? Try my recipe.
First………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Advertising a new restaurant

2012/2013

session eleven

Activity One:Read the advertisement above and complete the table below:

What I have learnt:

What to include in a leaflet:

Name
Slogan



A nice picture to …………………

Location

………………………………………………….

Style

………………………………………………….

Price

………………………………………………….



Opening hours

A ………………………………………………….
………………………………………………….

Phone number

………………………………………………….

Others



Activity Two: now read the text of the leaflet on
page 32 .

A ……………………………………………..
………………………………………………….
………………………………………………….
………………………………………………….

1. How do you know it is a text for advertising ?
a. The author just shows the way to the restaurant
b.The author uses language to persuade customers to go to his restaurant
c. The authors just describes the restaurant.
2. Justify your answer :



The author uses ………………………………………………………………….;…………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. .

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Activity Three:
Imagine your father is going to open a new restaurant. He asked you to design a
leaflet to advertise it.


First complete the table to help you draw the leaflet .
Name
Slogan
Location
Style
Price
Oppening hours
Phone number
Others



Read the text on page 32 to help you with organization of an advertisement
leaflet .
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

WEEK OF INTEGRATION

2012/2013

REVIEW AND REMEDIAL WORK

Before taking your assessment , how much do you remember ?
pronunciation: classify the following verbs /adjectives according to



their ed past pronunciation: stressed / suffered/helped/needed/

greased/ cooked/ sieved/lifted/ mixed/ melted/diced
[t]

[d]

[Id]

…………………………../…………………………………...

………………………………

…………………………………………….

……………………………../………………………………..

………………………………….

……………………………………….

;………………………………...

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…………………………………/…………………………….
REMINDER to complete
We pronounce the ‘ed’ final

[…..] when the word ends with‘t’ or ‘d’

We pronounce

the ed final […..] when the word ends with voiceless consonants except ‘t’

We pronounce

the ed final [….] when the word ends with voiced consonants ,except ‘d’, and vowels.



Grammar /Asking questions :

E.g1:

Somebody cooked a delicious cake Who cooked it ?

E.g2 : My mom puts something special in her cake . This is why it is delicious what
does she put ?
E.g3 : She learnt it from someone when she was youngwho did she learn it from?

We ask questions to get more information . In Grammar , we pay attention for
the form of the interrogative sentence , according to tenses and question type
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Now order the following questions
1. Do/know/food/what/about/you/junk/?.

............................................It’s unhealthy

2. children /like/ chocolate/do ?
…………………………………………………………………………? Of course , they do.
3.did / how / our grand mothers /in the past/ cook bread?
…………………………………………………………………………………………….? On earthenware dishes
4. Is /the/ any salt/ in /dish /there /?
………………………………………………………………………………………….,?

No

5. are/on a diet/ why /you?
………………………………………………………………………………..? I am overweight

Now evaluate yourself : see the evaluation questionnaire and complete your learning log
I can

Yes

no

If no ,get back to session :

Use tag questions to ask for agreement

7

Use tag questions to ask for information

7

Use appropriate intonation in tag questions

7

Use polite forms /with the right modals

4

Identify silent letters in words

5

Write instructions for a recipe/use the right tense

8 and 10

Use time sequencers

10

Produce a leaflet ( an advertisement for a restaurant)

11

Produce a conversation between a waiter and a customer , in a restaurant

4

Compare food nutrients and use the comparative and superlative

6

Write about healthy and unhealthy food

2

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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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ASSESSMENT PAGE

Homework assignment / Pay attention to time : no more than 1:30
Part one
Read the text and do the following activities
There is no doubt that chocolate is one of the world’s most favourite
foods.Chocolate comes from the beans of cocoa tree, a plant that has grown in
America for years. However , it was not known until the Spanish explorers
brought it to Spain , in 1528.
There are many reasons why chocolate is so popular. People like its rich and
delicious flavours. Some people think that chocolate is even better when combined with milk and nuts
Eating chocolate has mental benefits ,too. Many people eat chocolate when
they are stressed or upset. It is said that one ingredient of chocolate lowers
stress.
Studies have shown that cocoa or hot chocolate contains also antioxidants
that help fight some diseases like cancer;
Source : exam paper/ Cem Md Chaanane / 2010/2011
A. READING COMPREHENSION
Activity one : answer the following questions:


Is chocolate a popular food ?



Does cocoa come from Africa?

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Activity two: Read the
following
and
“true”,
“false”,
or not

mentioned.
1. Chocolate is junk food .
2. Chocolate has been eaten , probably after 1528.
3. Chocolate can be eaten different ways
4. It contains useful substances for health.
Activity three:what do the underlined words refer to?
Activity four :a.find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following:
Advantages =

; worried =

b. find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following:
Unknown



; increases ≠

B. Mastery of language
Activity one: supply the right punctuation
chocolate comes from America doesn’t it

Activity two : rewrite the following sentences using the imperative
1. You must eat food that is free of additives.
2. You shouldn’t consume too much chocolate . It is bad for the liver
Activity three :
Activity four :circle the silent letter in the following words:
Light - why

- whistle - hour

Part two: situation of integration
Your friend has heard about a nice baker’s shop where you can get the most
delicious chocolate cakes . Write the monologue in which you advertised
the cake . Give some indications about its speciality.
Say how to get there. Use tag questions , the superlative ,the right tenses
( present simple , the imperative) and the right modals.
Start like this : you want to offer a nice chocolate cake to your family,……….

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REMEDIAL WORK

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What went wrong in part one of the assignment?
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What went wrong in part one of the assignment (ctd)?
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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What went wrong in part two /written production/situation
of integration?
A:relevance
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B: syntactic coherence
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C /Cohesion
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

File two

2012/2013

You can do it

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You can do it

1–

2012/2013

File 2/Pre-Session

Look to the pictures and then name the different challenges:
Physical challenge

Mental challenge

Medical challenge

Technological
challenge

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2– Read and then completeWorkbook
the diagram
Nestor:
Ms 4 about
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and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

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Who is Nestor?
This is Nestor, the first domestic robot that can do all
the chores* for you. Quiet, efficient and easy to program,
Nestor can make the beds, do the washing-up and even cook
for you. He can answer the phone and be programmed to water the flowers when you’re away. Nestor can wake you up in
the morning and bring you a cup of tea.
At night Nestor can lock up the house and be your burglar
alarm so that you can relax and sleep in peace.
* A chore is a task we regularly do

Features?
1– ………………………………….…
2– ……………………..……………

Chore 1?

Chore 2?

…………….

…………….

3– ………………………………....

What?

Chore 8 ?

……………….

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Chore 3?
…………….

Chore 4?
…………….

Chore 7?
…………….
Chore 6?

Chore 5?

…………….

- …………….

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3– Think about life in 2050Workbook
and imagine
may be
to do.
Complete
mind map
and

then write a short paragraph.

Features:

Chores:

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NAME:
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Others:
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Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

Talking about past,present and future abilities and inabilities
1-

Session one

Look at the picture above and answer the questions

a- What is the picture about?

What I have

b- Can children participate in this show?

learnt:

c- What must the candidates have to be accepted in this
show?

2- Match these sentences with the appropriate
function
sentence

function



I can play the violin and the guitar



expressing a wish



When I was a child I couldn’t do



Expressing a future ability

anything I wanted...



2012/2013

I hope I can start my own band and
be as famous as Celine Dion .



Can I take part in the contest?



I think I’ll be able to register this



Expressing a present ability



Expressing a past ability



Asking for permission

afternoon

Modals:
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3-listen to the dialogue and write true (T) or false ( F).
a-Wendy can sing and play the guitar ……………………………………...
b-When she was younger, she could do everything………………….
c-He was able to understand the text……………………………………..
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What I have learnt
about:

Modals;2012/2013

Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

4- Listen to the dialogue again and answer the questions:

Am able to/was able to:

a-What is the dialogue about?
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b-Could Wendy excel in music when she was a child?

irregular forms of can and
could. = ability.

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c– Is Wendy a middle or secondary school student?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Might = less possible to
happen
Cannot=inability.

5- Read the text and then:
a- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning
to:
wish = ………………,

All these modals precede
verbs in the infinitive
form./example

abilities=……………………..

I can « succeed »,

b- Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning succeed is in the in finito:
tive.
accept≠……………, was able to≠……………...

She might « arrive » late,
(arrive )is in the infinitive.

6- Fill in the gaps with the appropriate modal can, may,must in their right
form and tense. Add one of the following verbs to each sentence:wait, revise, understand, succeed, obey. The first is done for you
a- I am in a hurry, I can’t wait for .you.
b- The exam was difficult,but I………………………………………….. most of the questions.
c– Jane was very tired,so she …………………………………………….her lessons.
d– If you prepare yourself very well,you ……………………………………………..in the exam.
e– Pupils…………………………………...their teachers and parents.
7– Use the expressions and write correct sentences.
a- are not able to/blind people/see………………………………………………………………………………...………..
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b- can/dogs/cats/kill……………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………….

c- are not capable of/babies/swimming ?

Workbook Ms 4 / IEM O.MEKAOUI and a group of ALGER EST Teachers

2012/2013

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d- could not/come/she/birthday/your/alone /to
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e- are able to/at time/arrive/you
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f- could/please/lend /money/some/you/me
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8– Match the sentences with their functions.
a- Don ‘t swim here.you might be attacked by sharks.
b- May you live long and have a lot of children !

1/Past ability
2/present ability

c- There are no clouds in the sky,but it might rain .

3/remote possibility

d- The activity is diffficult ,but I am able to do i t.

4/a wish

e- My colleague could help me do my work.

5/warning

Do the ‘write it up’ activty, p 45
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Now do the ‘write it out’ activity p.49
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