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Pre-session

uniforms

File three The educational system
Say how much you know about uniforms
The three pictures show pupils from different stages . What are they?

…………………………………………….

………………………………………………

…………………………………………...

In Algeria , the school system is specific . After the age of five or six ,the
learners go to the primary school

where they stay for five years . When they are

twelve ,they move to the middle school . They stay there four years. After this
stage ,they go to the secondary school . They study there until they get their baccalaureate .
Activity two: Answer the questions:
1– Do learners go to primary school when they are four years?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
2-How long do they stay there?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3– Where do they move when they get from the secondary school?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Activity three: The two pictures show pupils from different schools.
-Find the similarities and differences between them.

Similarities

Differences

Session 1
.1) Where do these students study?

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

2) Match the types of schools to the descriptions. Which are the most common in your country?

The types of schools

Description

1) Boarding school

1) A school for boy and girls

2) Single-sex school

2) A school you usually have to pay to go

3) Co-educational school

3) A school for only boys or only girls

4) Private school

4) A school owned by the government

5) State school

5) A school which students live in during the
term

The most common schools in my country are : …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3) Study the diagram about education in the USA on the next page and complete the following:
Age

TYPE OF SCHOOLS

Age

TYPE OF SCHOOLS

3-4 years

………………………………..

12-13 years

…………………………...

4-6 years

………………………………..

14-17 years

……………………………...

6-11 years

………………………………...

Look at the table above an answer the following questions
1 ) How many grades must American students complete before the university?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2) I s the American public educational system similar to the Algerian one?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

4) Read the diagram on P77 and compare it with the above one on the American public educational

1. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
2. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

5) Match the pairs to find the difference between the Algerian and American system of education

America

ALGERIA

1) Kindergarten

a) university

2) Elementary school

b) A term (one of the three periods

3) Junior high school
4) College
5) A semester (one of the two periods

a year is divided into at schools
and universities)
c) Pinafore

that a year is divided inot at

d) Preparatory school

schools and universities)

e) Middle school

6) uniform

f) Primary school

Now do activity one from textbook , page 77: complete Becky’‛s letter

Dear Hamida,
Thank you for the photos of your school. They’‛re really nice. I’‛ve got the best mark in
the class for my project on Algeria.
It’‛s my turn to give you information about education works in America.
American boys and girls spend …………….. years in Primary School (also called ……………………
or ……………………...After finishing ………………… grade, students go to a junior high school (also
called ………………. ) for three more years. After completing junior high, each student choose
a program of study to follow at a senior high school or a …………………………. or at
………………………………
High school students receive a high school diploma at a graduation ceremony at the
end of the ………………...……… year. Some of them continue their studies in a …………………………..
or in ………………………………… and some start work to earn a living.
I’‛m looking forward to hearing from you.
Yours, Becky

6) Find the differences and the similarities between the Algerian educational system and the
American one

Similarities
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………….

Differences
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………….

Now it is your turn , write a letter to an American penfriend about education in Algeria
Include the diagram about the Algerian educational system . In your letter you will add
similarities and differences with the American educational system.

Draw the diagram at the back of this page



………………………………………….,
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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……………………………………………..

Session two

Making offers and promises

Activity1: In the conversation below ,two guests are visiting friends at their house .Read the conversation and answer the questions.
a-There are four speakers A,B,C and D. Which ones live at the house ,and which ones are visitors?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
b- Does everyone know everyone else? How do you know?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....
c- A says ‘’‛Shall I just put these upstairs?’‛’‛ What do you think these are?

A: Actually, I wonder if they are in.

A: Sure.

Oh, they are in.

C: How were the roads?

B: They obviously are.

A: Oh ,fine . No problem.

C: Hello.

B: No problem.No.

A: Hello.

A: Are you in there ,Alison? Mmmm.

C: Come in.

Hello there.

B: I’‛m Mike.

D: Hello.

C: How are you?

A: Do you mind if I put my bag he-

B: Fine.

re?

A: Shall I just put these upstairs?

D: Oh , go ahead. Want a cup of

C: Well , yeah. Can you put them in our
room, please?

tea?
A: Yeah.

Activity two: Match these questions from the conversation to their functions:
a– Shall I just put these upstairs?

1– a request

b– Can you put them in our room please?

2– asking for permission.

c– Do you mind if I put my bag here?

3– an offer.

Activity three: Decide if questions 1– 10 are a request ( r ), offers ( o ) or asking for
permission ( p ).
Example: Can I look at the news paper a minute? ( r )
a– You do not look too good. Shall I call a doctor for you? ………………………..
b– I’‛m sorry to be a nuisance, but would it be all right if I spread these papers on the table
here? It will only take a couple of minutes. ………………………..
c– This train’‛s running rather late. Would you like me to go and ask what’‛s happening? ……….
d– Would you post these letters for me on your way to work? ………………….
e– I know you hate giving bad news. I will tell him if you like. …………………..
f– Would you mind being a bit quieter, only I’‛ve got a headache? ………………

Activity four:
Use situations and instructions 1- 5 to make offers and requests and ask for permission:
a- Someone is carrying heavy bags . Offer to help.
……………………………………………………………………………………………….
b– You’‛re writing a letter to a travel company . Request their brochure

.

……………………………………………………………………………………………..
c-You’‛re in a friend’‛s house .It’‛s hot. Ask permission to open the window.
………………………………………………………………………………………………..
d-Your friend needs to go to the airport. Offer to drive him/her there.
……………………………………………………………………………………………….
e-You’‛re at a restaurant table with friends . Request the salt.
……………………………………………………………………………………………….

File three

read and identify English sounds

Activity one: Complete the following table about yourself.

Surname

First name

Age

Living place

School

Hobbies

Father’‛s job

Mother’‛s job

Activity two: Listen to script one on page 169 then circle the right answers

1– What’‛s the relationship between Becky and Paul? A- They are cousins.
B-They are sister and brother.
C-They are classmates .
2-Which school do Becky and Paul attend? A-junior high school.
B-primary school.
C- university.
3-Where do Becky And Paul Live? A– In San Francisco
B-In San Diego
C-In Los Angeles
4– What is Paul’‛s hobby? A-Singing and listening to jazz
B-Playing American football and motorbiking
C-Reading novels and short stories
2- Complete the words by writing one of the vowels in each blank: a - e - i - o –u

gr.de
K.ds

.ducation

s.phomore
r.les

3- Match the following words according to the pronunciation of their vowel sounds.
Write them down next to the phonetic symbols
Always –to –easy –school –but –and –on –sing –her –class –very –put
/Λ/

……………………….

/ a:/……………………

/D /

/ Ɔ: / …………………………

/∂ / ……………………….

/ З: / ……………………….

/e/

/∂e / ……………………….

/ i/

……………………….

/ u:/

……………………….

……………………….

/i:/ ……………………….

/u/

……………………….

……………………….

4- Cross out the word that does not have the sound:
1-

2-

3-

4-

5-

/i:/

/ i/

/ Ɔ: /

/D /

/Ʊ/

Seat

Sister

Door

College

Book

Inside

Hospital

Board

Score

Number

Peak

Cheat

Computer

Cross

Good

Fourteen

Still

Four

Clock

Full

6-

7-

8-

9-

/ u:/

/a:/

/∂e/

/ З: /

Glue

Father

San Diego

Nursery

Pupil

Yard

Kindergarten

Term

Cut

Can

California

Study

moon

hard

Have

Learn

WHAT I HAVE LEANT:
1– long vowels are: …………………………………………………………………………………

/ə/ /ɔː/
/ɪ/ /æ/ /ɑː/

2– Short vowels are : …………………………………………………………………………….

/ɜː/ /ɒ/ /uː/
/ʊ /

/iː/

I get up at half past eight. I have a cup of fruit juice ,some milk and bread .We have
three lessons a day. The first one is English grammar. We play different grammar games.
While we are playing games, we are listening to music too. The teacher comes from time
to time to help us. Next, we go to the computer room, we stay there till twelve o'clock. I
have lunch in our school’‛s Café. The afternoon lesson begins at two and lasts till
three ,then we go to the library. We prepare small plays. We sometimes go on an class
discussions.
Activity 1: read the text above ,then underline the consonant clusters and write them
down in the right column according to the position in which they occur .
CONSONANT CLUSTERS
At the beginning
Example : grammar

In the middle
Example : library

At the end
Example : discussions

___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________
___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________
___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________

WHAT I HAVE LEANT:

The consonant clusters are a combination
of 2 or 3……………….……with no……………in
between .

Session four

describing events with reference to time

Activity one: Read script 2 page 169 and then write true or false:

a– Becky will visit her grandparents before school finishes . ………………………………………..
b– She will stay with them when the 1st week if July is over. ……………………………………….
c– She reminded Paul to visit the Observatory when he gets back. ………………………….

Activity two: Read script 2 page 169 and then list the different conjunctions written in bold letters.

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

Activity three: Use the conjunctions above to complete the sentences.
Underline the 1st action and circle the 2nd action.

Eg:

I will travel around Algeria

when I leave lycee.

a– What will you do ……………………..school finishes?
b– I’‛ll stay with them ……………………...the first week of july is over.
c– I’‛ll get up and dress as quickly as possible…………………………………… I hear him driving into the garage.
d– I’‛ll do some mortorbiking …………………...I’‛m here.
Activity four: Read the grammar window page 68 (school book) and then complete the rule:
In the main clause, the verb is in the …………………………………… . The verb in the time clause is in the
………………………………. We never use ……………………………………………….in the time clause.
Activity five: Put the verbs in brackets ( ) in the correct tense.

Maurine: Bye, sweetie. Have a safe trip to Spring Valley.
Becky: Thanks, mom. I ( to phone) ……………………………...as soon as I ( to arrive) ………………………………..there.
Maurine: Fine. But remember that I won’‛t be home in the early evening. I ( to pick up) ……………………………. Paul
after his training session ( to be over) ……………………………

Becky: that’‛s at 6 p.m, isn’‛t it? I ( to ring) …………………………….. You before you ( to leave ) …………………...home. By
the way Mom, ( not/ to forget) to feed my hamster while I ( to be ) …………………………..away.

Activity six: Spot and then correct the mistakes in the sentences.
a– I won’‛t go until it will stop raining.
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
b– As soon as we will arrive, we will start swimming.
……………………………………………………………………….………………………………………………………….
c– I will not start the class before every body will arrive…
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...…….
d– They will not do some shopping while they were in London.
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….……...
Activity seven:
-A field trip: You will go for a field trip next Friday. Write a letter to your friend telling him/her
about your it. Describe what you and your friends / or members of family will do Use the time conjunctions ( when/ as soon as/ after/ before / until)

_____________________________,
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________

File three

Session four

Expressing condition

Activity one: Read Paul’‛s expectations page 70 and then answer the questions.
a– If Paul passes his final exam: -he will start to work.
-he will go to High School.
-he will travel to the USA.
b-If he makes enough money: - he will buy a new house.
- he will open a shop.
- he will marry Jenny.
c-If he gets his diploma: - he will work in a restaurant.
- he will study at the university.
- he will go to night school.
What I learnt:
“If” introduces a …………………………………………
We use the first conditional to talk about things that are ……………………………………..in the future.

IF  +  ……………………...………….  +  …………………………………..

Activity two: Read the sentences then complete the table.
a-If you don’‛t hurry , you will miss the train.
b-If you don’‛t follow the explanation, you won’‛t understand the lesson.

c-If you don’‛t do your homework, the teacher will give you a bad mark.
d-If you don’‛t obey the rules, you will get into trouble.

IF - Clause

Result

………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………….

Activity three: Paul’‛s mother is angry because he doesn’‛t work as hard as his sister.
Now , she is talking to him and to his sister. Write the correct form of the verbs in
brackets.

1) If Paul (not to leave) ……………………..home early, he (not to catch) ………………….the school bus.
2) The teacher (to punish) ……………………….him if he (not to do) ……………………….his homework.
3) He (to get) ………………………...a good mark if he (to revise) …………………………. his lessons.
4) Keep quiet ! You (not to solve)…………………... the math’‛s problem if you (not to concentrate)
………………………………..
5) Be careful ! The teacher (not to let) ………………………..you attend the lesson if you (not to put)
………………………………….on your uniform.
6) If you (to succeed) ……………………………….. in your final exam , your father (to buy) …………………………..
you a new computer.

Activity four: Classify Paul’‛s mother sentences in the right column according to the
function they express.
Promise

Warning

Suggestion

Prediction

Activity five: Complete the following sentences with an appropriate result or if clause.
a-If you forget your homework again ,…………………………………………… .
b-The teacher will give you a low mark if……………………………………… .
c-If you don’‛t take my advice , ……………………………………………… .
d-You won’‛t learn your lessons if ………………………………………… .
e-You’‛ll fail your exam if ………………………………………………….. .
f-If you fail your exam …………………………………………………... .

Activity six: Now it is your turn to write about your expectations.
Remember to use the if clauses and the time conjunctions.
My expectations:
1– …………………………………………………………………………..………
2– …………………………………………………………………………………….
3– ………………………………………………………………………..…………

___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________________________________

Session 7

writing

from diagram to text

Diagram of education system in England
Phase of education

Pre-school education

Institution

qualification

Year/grade

Key Stage
(KS)

Typical
age

Nursery
school

/

Foundation
Stage

4- 5

primary
school

1

KS1

5-6

Primary education

2

6-7

3

7-8
KS2

Lower secondary education

college

4

8-9

5

9-10

6

10-11

7

Remark

C
O
M
P
U
L
S
O
R
Y

11-12
KS3

Secondary
education

8

12-13

9

13-14

10

14-15
KS4

General Certificates of Secondary
Education(GCSE)
Upper secondary education

Higher and education

highschool
Advanced Vocational Certificates
of Education
(AVCE)
Universities
and others

11

15-16

12

16-17

13

17-18

+18

Not
C
O
M
P
U
L
S
O
R
Y

Consider the diagram above then answer the following questions:
- where will the pupil go when he passes his primary education?
- How long does the lower secondary education last?

Consider the diagram above then put in “true”, “false” or “not mentioned”:
Education system in England is compulsory between 4 and 18.
Students pass their GCSE at the end of KS4.
After the secondary education, students can go to university or choose a job.
Lexis:
Find in the diagram words that are closest in meaning to the following:
Obligatory=………………………
Level=…………………………………
You have already interpreted a diagram in session one , to describe the Algerian Educational
system. Now you will transform the diagram to a paragraph and explain how the education system in England works and define its different stages .
Use time clauses.
Start like this:
In England, school is compulsory until………………………….


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