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

File four

Then and now

Pre-session :

Activity one: Look to the pictures above and classify them :
A. Past: ………………………………………………….

B. Present

:……………………….

Activity two: Make sentences using the present and the past simple.
Eg: In the past most people lived in houses, now most of them live in buildings .
1-…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2– …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3– …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Activity three:
a- Do you still see people wearing these clothes these days?............................................................
b– Which picture has a relation with the history of our country? …………………………………………….

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How do people travel nowadays?
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Were things better in the past? Why?
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Session One

Talking about past habits.

Activity one : Match each star with what s/he was before and what s/he is now:
Famous people
Djamal Menad
Idir
Johnny Depp
Cheb Mami
Nicole Kidman

Past

Now

Guitarist

Coach

Shoemaker

Actress

Football player

Actor

unemployed

Artist

Geologist

Singer

Activity two: Look at the example and do the same with the other celebrities..
a) Djamal Menad used to be a football player. Now, he is a coach at JSMB.
b) ….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
c) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
d) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
e) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Activity three: Look at the pictures and write sentences using « used
to » and « didn’t use to »about Algeria many years ago:

a- cavemen / to live in the Algerian Sahara.
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b-Algerian women / to wear the traditional veil (hayek)
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
c-Ketchaoua Mosque /not to be a mosque/ to be a cathedral
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d- Chadli Bendjdid / to govern Algeria / up to 1992
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

e- Our grand parents / not to travel by tramway
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Activity 3: Complete the following sentences using :
“used to” + one of the following verbs : wear /

Used to + a verb refers to
a habit in the past

walk / buy / swim / have / drink
1) Liz ……………………………………………………. short hair .

Affirmative form

2) John …………………….. ……………………..glasses a few years ago.
3) I …………………….. …………………………………… a lot of coffee.

Sub + used to + verb (infinitif)

4) Kate ……………….. …………………………….expensive clothes.

Negative form

5) When I was young, I ………………………………………... in the river.
6) My father …………………. 5 km to school every morning
Activity 6: Rewrite the sentences above into the negative
Eg : Liz used to have short hair

Sub + didn’t use to + verb
(infinitif)

Interrogative form

She didn’t use to have long hair
1) ………………………………………………………………………………………….

Did + sub + use to + verb …….?

2) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
3) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
4) ………………………………………………………………………………………….
5) ………………………………………………………………………………………….

Activity 5: Write about yourself now. Create one sentence for something you used
to do but

don’t do anymore, and one sentence for something you didn’t use to but

do now .
1) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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Session Two

Give information using relative pronouns

Activity one:
Read the three stories about a cat, a dog and some monkeys. Which animal (s)do you
think could go in each headline?
a) ………………….go to prison

b) ………………...eat money c) ……………….is hurt by automatic

feeders.
2-Monkeys which annoy people

1-A Southampton dog lover who

in the northern Indian state of

rescued a lost dog returned

Punjab are being locked up in a

home to find it had eaten £

special jail and held until they

3-A cat feeder, probably for people who
secretly hate their cats, was introduced in
1979. it was a plastic machine that made
feeding the cats a simple job. You put food
into the feeder and it would automatically
give it to the cat. Great idea for a pet
owner– but not so great for the cat. The
lid of the feeder would often fall down
Activity two: Find these words in the text: Who, Which and That.
Which of these words is used:
a– For people? …………………………….
b– For things or animals? ……………………………
Activity three: Read the spoken version of the dog story and answer the questions:
There was this man that loved animals, and one day he found a dog wondering around in
the street and he took him home with him. He left the dog in his house while he went
out shopping and when he came home he had a bit of shock. The stupid dog had eaten £
800 that he had been saving to buy a new car.
a– Can THAT be used for things and people ? ……………………………………….

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Activity: Choose the correct relative pronoun
1.

The Sahara is a word (where/ who/ which) means desert in Arabic.

2.

The caveman is a person (which/ who/ where) used to live in caves.

3.

The Sahara is a place (which/ who/ where) it is hard to live, in summer.

WHAT I HAVE LEARNT:
Read the following examples and complete the table:
Group a: There’s the woman who / that told me to come early.
It was my dog who/ that chased the cat, not yours.
Group b: Flowers which/ that attract bees are good for gardens.
Group c: It’s a place where time seems to stand still.
There’s a scene where the hero nearly dies.
Group d: I remember the day when I entered school

Relative Pronoun

Refers to

Who / that

………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………

Things

Where

………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………

Time

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Session Three

Talking about famous people

Activity one:
Read the information about Charlie Chaplin. Use the information and the time markers
below to complete the text.
AT FIRST

WHEN

LATER

AFTER

THEN

1889 - Born in London.
Mother – dancer

/

Father – actor

Not much money
1894 - Started dancing and singing for money
1904 – Joined a travelling theatre company and went to America.
1910 – Someone offered him a part in a film. Went to Hollywood.
1914 – Became a film director
1914 – 1966 made many funny films
1977 _ Died in Switzerland. Public - very sad

Charlie Chaplin was born in …………… in (1)…………………His mother was a (2)…………… and his
father was an (3)…………(4)………………..Charlie was only (5)…………………...years old, he started
(6)…………………and (7)…………………….for money. He lived in London for (8)…………………years and
(9)………………………in (10)……………………, he went to America with a travelling theatre
company.
Six years (11)……………..…someone offered him a part in a film and he went to (12) ………………
(13)………….………..he was an actor but (14)……………………....a few years he became a (15)
………………….He made a lot of very funny films between (16)…………………..and……………………(17)
He (18)………………………….

Activity 2: Decide if these verbs are regular or irregular, and write the correct
past simple form in the boxes below.

a-join

b-become

c-return
Regular verbs

d-study

e-write

f-die

g-leave

Irregular verbs

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Activity 3: Choose a famous person and write his/her biography. (the previous
activity can help you)

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Session four

Reading Comprehension
Biography of great figures: Abraham Lincoln and the penny

Abraham Lincoln, America’s 16th president was born in Kentucky in 1809. In
1816 , his family moved west to Indiana, where life was extremely
difficult.
The Lincoln family was very poor and Abraham worked hard to help
his parents, who lived in a little pioneer village.
One day, his mother sent him to do some shopping. The shop was
very far away and Abraham had to walk all the way there. After several hours he finally arrived,
did his shopping, and started the walk home.
On his way back, he suddenly realized that he had a penny too many “the owner of the shop
has made a mistake. This penny is his, not mine”, he thought to himself.
The young boy went home and gave his mother the shopping, then he immediately left again
and walked all the way back to the shop to return the penny. And that is why Abraham Lincoln’s
face is on the penny and why he is known as ¨Honest Abe¨.
Later in his life, Abraham Lincoln became another of America’s most famous citizens. In
1860, when he was a president, a civil war broke out between the North and the South, but
Lincoln managed to keep the United States together, and he emancipated the black slaves,
which meant that they became free men and women. This made many white people hate him, and
in 1865, he was assassinated in a theatre in Washington by a fanatic from the South.

Activity one:

Read the text and fill in the table.

DATES
1809

EVENTS
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1816
1860

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1 865

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Activity two : Read the text again and put in : true ,false or not mentioned .
1/ Abraham Lincoln came from a rich family. ………………………….
2/ He became president after George Washington. ………………………….
3/Before doing his shopping, he had a penny too many. ………………………….
4/ Abraham was killed. ………………………….

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Activity three: Read the text and answer the following questions
Where and when was Abraham Lincoln born? Abraham Lincoln?.................................................
Was his life easy? ...................................................................................................................................
Did he live in a large town? ...................................................................................................................
Why did he return to the shop? ..........................................................................................................
How did he die? .......................................................................................................................................
What was his nickname? ........................................................................................................................
Activity four: Put the suitable underlined word near its corresponding definition

words

definitions
People who belong to a country or a city
Understood or knew something
Was able to do something that was difficult
A person who goes somewhere or does something before other
people

Activity five: Now it’s your turn to write a biography about this famous figure. Use the
following information in the chart bellow to write a biography:
Abraham Lincoln

Name
Date and place of birth
Childhood
Nickname:
Career
Date and place of death:

February 12, 1809 Hodgenville, Kentucky
Difficult life / mother’s death
The Great Emancipator
Civil Rights Activist, Lawyer, U.S. President, U.S. Representative
April 15, 1865 Washington, D.C.

Now start like this:

Abraham Lincoln was……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Activity five: Look at the bank notes above and say what is similar between them,
then give their differences by filling the following diagram

American money

Both

Algerian money

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Session Five

Read about American natives

Activity 1:Listen to script 2 on P 171, then complete with the right information.
a- Colonists’ nationality: ………………………………………………………
b- Region: ……………………………………………………………………………
c- Native tribe: …………………………………………………………………
d- Famous Indian chief: ……………………………………………………
e- Powhattan’s daughter: ……………………………………………………

Activity 2: Read script 2and 3 ,then answer the following questions :
1- When did the British colonists arrive to Virginia?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
2- Which Indian tribe used to live in Virginia?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3– Where did this Indian tribe use to live exactly?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
4- What was Pacahonta’s age when the colonists settled there?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Activity3: Listen to these words.Write them next to the diphthong symbols according
to the sounds of the underlined letters.

my - where - go - house - here - today - now - sure

/ e i / ……………………………

/∂ Ʊ / ……………………………

/a i / ……………………………

/a Ʊ/

……………………………

/i ∂ / ……………………………

/Ʊ ∂ /

……………………………

/e ∂ / ……………………………

/ Ɔ i /

……………………………

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Activity 4: Read script 1 and 2 P 171,172, then find words that have the following
sounds and write them in the corresponding column :
/aI/

/I∂ /

/eI/

/aƱ /

Activity 5: In each list,pick out the word with a different vowel sound
a– native– later –marry –name
b– tribe—child—princess—colonization

What have you learnt :
There are ………...diphthongs:

c area—release –there –dare

1.

/a/ + /i/

= /…../

d– out – rough -shout –powerful

2.

/e/ + /i /

= /…… /

3.

/Ɔ / + / i /

= /……/

4.

/i / + / ∂ /

= /……/

5.

/e/ + /∂ /

= /……/

6.

/a/ + /Ʊ/

= /……/

7.

/∂ / + /Ʊ/

8.

/Ʊ / + / ∂

Activity 6 : Match the words that rhyme and
transcribe the diphthong sounds
A

B

1- near /…………/

A- though /………/

2- old /………/

B- double /………./

3- down /………/

C- house /…………/

4- soil /………../

D- adhere /………../

= /……./
/ = /... .…/

E- toy /………../

Activity 7: Pick out from the text (script 2 p 171,172) words having the following
vowels and classify them:
Short vowels
-

Long vowels
-

diphthongs
-

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Session Six

Making a presentation of a famous person

Activity one : read the presentation and tick the right information

In the classroom today you will about Martin Luther King, Jr., an important person in
American history
Today is the birthday of Martin Luther King,
Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January
15th, 1929.

1.

He was an African American clergyman,
activist, and prominent leader in the American
civil rights movement.

violent person
2.

King became a civil rights activist early in
his career. He led the 1955 Montgomery Bus
Boycott.
King's efforts led to the 1963 March on
Washington, where King delivered his
famous “I Have a Dream” speech.
In 1964, King became the youngest
person to achieve the Nobel Peace Prize for his
work to end racial segregation and racial
discrimination.

The speech he made in
Washington was his first

He made progress to secure civil rights in the
United States.

Martin Luther King was a non

one.
3.

He was the first Blackman to
win Nobel Prize

Activity 2: read and underline
the events that fit these dates
Jan 15 1929
1955
1963
1964

King was assassinated on April
4th, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was established as
a U.S. national holiday in 1986.
The holiday is celebrated on the Monday
following the day of his birthday.

Apr 4 1968
1986
Now draw the timeline of his
life ( turn the page)

He was one of the great leaders in American
history.
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Timeline of Martin Luther Kings Life
 from 1986

the Americans celebrate his anniversary,the
next Monday following his birthday.



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1. Read the timeline and select the major events
Achievements


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2. Read the text and find his personality traits



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3. Read the text and select the places where important events took place

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Production task:
Make a presentation of a hero from our country to your class
Draw the timeline of his life
Write the paragraph using the conventions of biography writing and choose a title to your
presentation

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION

REVIEW AND REMEDIAL

Before taking your assessment, how much do you remember?
Pronunciation: A/ Read this text and underline the words with diphthongs
Tina is my little sister. She loves toys a lot. She has a nice doll. Her name is Dolly.
Dolly has long black hair, beautiful ears, blue eyes, a short turned up nose and a perfect
rosy mouth.
B/ Read this short text and put its words in the correct box
short vowels

long vowels

diphthongs

Grammar:
A: Put these sentences in the correct order.
a) used to / study / very hard / Lucy
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b) long hair / He / used to / have
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c) Suzy / go / used to / the cinema.
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d) They / go out / used to / the evenings / in
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e) used to / wonderful beach / There / be / here
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f) travel / used to / a lot / We
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g) She / play / tennis / used to
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h) James / his bike / ride / used to / in the park.
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which prompts is repeated in all sentences? What is it?
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B: Look at the sentences in activity A
1. Put the first four sentences in the negative form.
a) ___________________________________________________________
b) ___________________________________________________________
c) ____________________________________________________________
d) ____________________________________________________________
2. Put the last four sentences in the interrogative form.
e)______________________________________________________________?
f) ______________________________________________________________?
g) ______________________________________________________________?
h)______________________________________________________________?
C/ Complete the sentences with the right relative pronoun (who/which/whose /where)
1- I used to like the fete………………the students organised at the end of every school year.
2- the school caretaker used to give us a spare room…………………we put everything we made.
3- The boys……………….used to take woodwork lessons, made wooden toys like trains and dolls.
4- The students……………………work was perfect, were congratulated by the headmaster.
5- There used to be a large hall…………………….students could organise the parties.
D/ Choose the correct pronoun to get relative clauses
1 -Cavemen used spears and stone axes. They are made by wood and stones. (who/which)
2-They drew on the walls of caves. They lived in those caves. (Who/where)
3–The people lived in caves. They are called cave men. (who/which)
4- This is the corner of the cave. Cavemen used to keep their musical instruments there.
(that / where)
5- The cavemen were our ancestors. Their life was hard. (That/ whose)
Possibility to replace sequencers by : second ……. Finally
Writing:A/ fill in the gaps with the sequencers : first, then, after that, and, later
Emir AbdelKader was the Founder of modern Algeria and leader of its struggle against
the French……………………….he organized a true state, imposing equal taxes and suppressing
the privileges of the warlike tribes…………………………. he fortified the interior towns, opened
arsenals and workshops, ………………………… expanded education. The French overpowered his
forces and arrested him by 1846. Upon his parole in 1853, he chose a life of exile,
eventually settling in Damascus.
B/1- How many biographies are there in this text?
Agatha Christie was a famous British detective story writer. She was born in 1890 and
died in 1976. She was a very popular author who wrote more than seventy- six novels.
Charlie Chaplin was a famous British actor and film director. He was born in 1889 and died
in 1977. Charlie created one of the world’s greatest screen clowns. She began writing in the
1920s and is most famous for her novels Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile
and The Mousetrap. His best films were The Tramp, The Kid, City Lights and Modern
Times. Many of her books are now also successful films and TV series. Chaplin spent many
years in Switzerland before he returned to the USA in 1972.His films are still popular
today
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2- Write the 2 biographies separately.
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Go
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2.
3.
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to page 108. activity 5. name the writing strategies.
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Do the ‘’write it out’’ activity, page 109. use the strategies to improve the sentences, then
write the biography of Mahatma Gandhi.
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Now evaluate yourself : see the evaluation questionnaire and complete your learning log
I can

Yes

no

If no ,get back to session

Use the semi -modal “used to”
Use relative pronouns
Identify the different diphthongs
Use sequencers in a biography
Identify time markers in a biography
Identify sequences of events in a biography
Do a class presentation about your hero b
I can use strategies related to biography
writing

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION

ASSESSMENT PAGE

Homework assignment / Pay attention to time: no more than 1:30
Part one
Read the text and do the following activities

Abu Bakr Mohamed Ibn Zakaria al Razi
Al Razi was born at Rey, Persia (near Tehran, Iran) in 865. Early on in al Razi’s life, he
become interested in singing and music, but soon his interests took residence in the study
of chemistry, philosophy , mathematics , physics and medicine. Al Razi studied from a
student of Hunayn Ibn Ishaq, who was well versed in the ancient Greek Persian, and Indian
systems of medicine and other subjects.
Al Razi was first appointed as head of the first Royal Hospital at Rey , After he moved
to the Muqtadari Hospital in Baghdad as the head during the reign of the Adhud-Daulah.
Al Razi practiced for over 35 years and wrote about 200 books, of which more than half
are medical. Al-Razi’s medical works in clued monographs, one of which was the first
treatise on smallpox, chickenpox, and measles.
In addition to his work in the medical field, al-Razi also compounded medicines , and later
in his life , turned to experimental and theoretical sciences.
He wrote a few smaller treatises on colic, on stones in the kidney and on children’s
diabetes. Al Razi moved at various times to different cities especially between Rey and
Baghdad. He returned to Rey, where he died in 925.
Chickenpox = varicelle

smallpox = variole

A. READING COMPREHENSION

Activity One: Read the text and answer the following questions
Who taught al Razi systems of medicine?.............................................................
Where did al Razi work first?.............................................................................
Did he write medical books?...............................................................................

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Activity Two: Read the following statements and write “True” or “False”.
Before studying medicine, al Razi was interested in music.
Al Razi worked as a nurse at the Royal Hospital.
He died in Baghdad.
Activity Three: a) Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following.
-learned =

,

came back =

b) Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following.
a lot of ≠

, modern ≠

Activity Four: a) Find in the text four verbs describing past actions. Complete the table
Regular verbs
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Irregular verbs
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b) Combine the following sentences using the right relative pronoun.
- Al Razi moved to Baghdad. He held a position as a chief director of a hospital in Baghdad.
( when / where)
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-Al Razi was a generous man. He used to give the poor patients full treatment without
demanding any payment. ( which / who)
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Written expression
Your English teacher asked you to write Ibn Sina’s biography. Use the information
you got to write his biography. Use relative pronouns and time markers when necessary.
Date and place of birth: 980 near Boukhara.
Occupation: great doctor.
Studies: Arabic / science .
Age: before/ 20/ famous/ people/ call/ prince/ medicine.
Patients: The sultan/ allow/ use/ private library/ the palace/ improve/ knowledge
Book: The canon of Medicine.
Date of death: 1037.

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WEEK OF INTEGRATION

REMEDIAL WORK

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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What went wrong in part two /written production/situation of
integration?
A:relevance
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B: syntactic coherence
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