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افتراضي Unit I: EUREKA!


Streams: 1 st year classes (Scientific) Source: The Crossroads
Unit I: EUREKA! Input: Listening and Speaking

Profile of an invention

Sequence 1: Listening and speakingpp. 110
The aims:
1- Listen and respond to a presentation of an invention
2- Mark intonation in indirect questions
3- Mark stress in names of sciences and adjectives derived from them
4- Speak about inventions, discoveries and developments in technology
5- Write a short paragraph about an invention


1/-Anticipate p110
Aim: Interpreting a picture & stating hypotheses
Steps of the lesson:
Timing
Steps
Input / Output
Aims
10mns
Warming up
-« T » asks questions
What does the picture show?
-The students look at the picture and answer.
-To introduce the topic by interpreting pictures
30mns
Task 1
(P 110)
The teacher asks the students to look at the picture again and try to answer the questions A-E that follow
T/Where do you think the women are?
Pps:give various answers
T/Are the women:
1- Rolling couscous
2- eating
3- washing clothes
Pps:give various answers
T/Beside their hands, what else are they using? choose one answer
1- A washboard and a brush
2- Their feet
3- A clothes beater
Pps:give various answers
T/what are they doing it for?
4- To remove the water from the clothes
5- To remove the dirt from the clothes
6- To remove the soap from the clothes
Pps:give various answers

T/Do you think it is the right way of doing it? If yes, why? If no why?
Pps:give various answers




-To interact and identify the old method of washing.



-To get new vocabulary items.







Keys:
Steps
Solutions
Task 1
(P 110)

A. They are in the countryside
B. They are washing clothes
C.They are washing the clothes with their hands/with brushes/ in a basin.
D.They are doing it to remove dirt from the clothes.
E. No, it isnt. The washboard and the brush will use up the clothes.





































Streams:First Year Classes (SE)Source:The Crossroads
Unit I:EUREKA! Input:Listen and checkp.111

The Aims:
-Listening and responding to a presentation of an invention & taking notes.
-Note taking
-Sequencing /organizing ideas in a logical order

Timing
Steps
Input /Output
Aims










10mn




Task1 p 111


-The teacher asks the students to listen to the first part of a short presentation of an invention and check their answers to questions C-D-E on the previous tasks.
Listening script
Part One
Thanks to technology, there are many labour-saving devices in the modern home today. If they were not there, people could not save time and effort. But things were difficult in the old days. People had to keep clean, and they did so by washing their clothes by hand in rivers or country streams. Sometimes they used a washboard on which they moved the clothes up and down, and sometimes a small rock to beat the clothes. That is how they kept clean.
However, there were three main drawbacks to this solution. Firstly, it took a long time to clean the clothes. Secondly, it was very hard work. Thirdly, clothes did not last very long because the stones, brushes and washboards damaged them.












-Checking answers











15 MN
Task 2 P111


-The teacher then asks the students to listen to the second part of the presentation and answer the questions.
Part Two
In 1851, a man called James King invented a washing machine powered by hand. Yet, this was still hard work, even though it did not take as long as before to clean the clothes with the manual washing machine. Thus, in 1909, a company in the U.S.A. produced the first electric washing machine. And today, this device is so useful that almost every home has one.
T/What does the object in picture 1 represent?
Pps:give different answers

T/What is the object in picture 2?
Pps:give different answers

T/Does the presentation give us a description of the device?
Pps/give different answers.

T/If not, what does it tell us about? It tells us about….
- The functioning of the device
- An invention's profile
- An inventor's biography
Pps/give various answers.







-listening and responding to a presentation of an invention













-Taking notes







15 MN
Task 3 P111


-Then the teacher asks the students to listen again to the presentation and fill in the blanks in the boxes below with notes(information)

A
B
1
Introduction

importance of home labour-saving devices
2
Problem

.........................................
3
Original solution
......../......../washboard/........
4
Problems with the solutions
But........................................
5
Invention(who/what/when)
James King / washing machine / 1851
6
problems
However.....................................

7
Innovation/new invention
1908/................/........................

8
Conclusion
Almost every home....................








- Sequencing /organizing ideas in a logical order to describe the invention



Keys:
Steps
Solutions
Task 2
(P 111)
Task3 p111

Task 1 P111
A. It represents a washing machine powered by hand/ a manual washing
machine.
B. An electric washing machine.
C. No, it doesnt.
D: It tells us about an inventions profile / the invention and evolution of the
washing machine.



Task 2p111:



A
B
1
Introduction

importance of home labour-saving devices
2
Problem

people had to keep clean
3
Original solution
hand/ small rock / washboard / brush
4
Problems with the solutions
But long time; hard work; clothes damaged
5
Invention(who/what/when)
James King / washing machine / 1851
6
problems
However still hard work / hand powered
7
Innovation/new invention
1908 / US company / electric machine
8
Conclusion
almost every home has one








































Streams: First Year Classes (SE) Source: The Crossroads
Unit I: EUREKA! Input: Listening and Speaking

Say it clear p.112

The Aims:
The students will learn:
- Intonation in wh and yes/no questions
- Stress shift in names of sciences and adjectives derived from them.
Timing
Steps
Input /Output
Aims



15 mn




presentation

*The teacher writes the following question on the board as an example.
Who invented the first washing machine?

-Then he asks the students to listen and mark the intonation of that question
Pps/give various answers.

Rule: Intonation in wh- questions


The voice goes down at the end of wh- questions.


Rule: Intonation in yes/no questions

The voice goes up at the end of yes/no questions and down in information questions.


-Introduce the phonological notion of intonation

-wh questions


15mn


Practice
task 2p112

- The teacher asks the students to listen to the following questions and mark the intonation in the end of each one.
a- Can you tell me who invented the first washing machine?

b- Have you got any idea who invented the first washing machine?

c- Do you happen to know who invented the first washing machine?








-practice intonation in wh and yes/no questions





10mn



presentation

-the examples
Names of sciences
Adj derived from names of sciences
psy'chology
bi'ology

Psycho'logical.
Bio'logical

The rule

Stress falls on the ante-penultimate syllable (3rd from the end). This holds true for all words ending with ‘cy’, ‘ty’,‘phy’, ‘gy’, and ‘al’.
The adjs and the names of science end respectively in ‘al’ &‘gy'There is a shift in stress when words related to science change their grammatical category because of the addition of the suffix ‘al’, but the rule remains the same i.e., stress should fall on the ante-penultimate syllable of the adjs and names






-forming adjectives by adding –ical to names of sciences

-stress of words ending in-logy

-stress of words ending in-ical


10mn

Practice
Activity 4 p112

-The teacher asks the students to listen to the words in the table and mark the stress on the syllables of the transcribed names of sciences
Names of sciences

Adj derived from names of sciences
Technology
Ecology
geology
sociology
biology
hydrology
anthropology
bacteriology

Technological
Ecological
geological
sociological
biological
hydrological
anthropological
bacteriological





.practice Stress shift in names of sciences and adjectives derived from them



Keys:
Steps
Solutions
Task 2
(P 112)

Task4 p112

Task 1 P111
a- Can you tell me who invented the first washing machine?

b- Have you got any idea who invented the first washing machine?

c- Do you happen to know who invented the first washing machine?





Task 4p112:

Names of sciences

Adj derived from names of sciences
Technology
Ecology
geology
sociology
biology
hydrology
anthropology
bacteriology

Technological
Ecological
geological
sociological
biological
hydrological
anthropological
bacteriological













































Streams:First Year Classes (SE) Source: The Crossroads
Unit I: EUREKA! Input: Listening and speaking

It is your turn p.113:
The Aim:
-Talking about famous people using cues and pictures:

Timing
Steps
Input /Output
Aims

10 mn





Task 1P 113

- The teacher asks the students to match pictures 1-4 with the names of inventors (A-D) that follows.
-The students do the task.
-The teacher checks.


-Introducing some inventors biographies



25mn


Task 2P113

-The teacher asks the students to match the names of the scientists 1-4 with inventions or discoveries(A-D).then write 4 sentences using the matched parts and the verbs in the table below.
-The students do the task.
-The teacher checks.






-Introducing some discoveries and inventions.





Say it in writing p.113
The Aim:-the students will learn how to write a biography of a famous person.
Steps of the lesson:
Timing
Steps
Input /Output
Aims
10 mn




Follow up
-The teacher brainstorms the topic with the students and jot notes on board.
-TS: Do you know who is Louis Pasteur?
TS: Do you know who discovered the vaccine against rabies?

-Then the teacher asks the students to find out more information about Louis Pasteur and write his biography.


-.To brainstorm the topic
-to jot down ideas
- to elicit what the learners think about a famous inventor.







Keys:
Steps
Solutions
Task 1
(P 113)

Task2p113



Task 1p113:
1- Alexander Graham Bell
2- Louis Pasteur
3- Albert Einstein
4- Alexander Fleming

Task2p113
1- Alexander Graham Bell . invented the telephone
2-Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin.
3-.Louis Pasteur discovered the vaccine against rabies.
4-Albert Einstein formulated the theory of relativity.

THE BIOGRAPHY:
Louis Pasteur (1822 - 1895)

Louis Pasteur
Pasteur was a French chemist and biologist who proved the germ theory of disease and invented the process of pasteurisation.
Louis Pasteur was born on 27 December 1822 in Dole in the Jura region of France. His father was a tanner. In 1847 he earned a doctorate from the École Normale in Paris. After several years research and teaching in Dijon and Strasbourg, in 1854 Pasteur was appointed professor of chemistry at the University of Lille. Part of the remit of the faculty of sciences was to find solutions to the practical problems of local industries, particularly the manufacture of alcoholic drinks. He was able to demonstrate that organisms such as bacteria were responsible for souring wine and beer (he later extended his studies to prove that milk was the same), and that the bacteria could be removed by boiling and then cooling the liquid. This process is now called pasteurisation.
Pasteur then undertook experiments to find where these bacteria came from, and was able to prove that they were introduced from the environment. This was disputed by scientists who believed they could spontaneously generate. In 1864, the French Academy of Sciences accepted Pasteur's results. By 1865, Pasteur was director of scientific studies at the École Normale, where he had studied. He was asked to help the silk industry in southern France, where there was an epidemic amongst the silkworms. With no experience of the subject, Pasteur identified parasitic infections as the cause and advocated that only disease-free eggs should be selected. The industry was saved.
Pasteur's various investigations convinced him of the rightness of the germ theory of disease, which holds that germs attack the body from outside. Many felt that such tiny organisms as germs could not possibly kill larger ones such as humans. Pasteur now extended this theory to explain the causes of many diseases - including anthrax, cholera, TB and smallpox - and their prevention by vaccination. He is best known for his work on the development of vaccines for rabies. In 1888, a special institute was founded in Paris for the treatment of diseases. It became known as the Institut Pasteur. Pasteur was its director until his death on 28 September 1895. He was a national hero and was given a state funeral.











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I need safety first unit plan







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انا اريد حل تمرينا العلوم لسنة اولى ثانوي ج م ع تك







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