1 NorthStar Introductory Focus on Reading and Writing:.
2 English Language g Institute (ELI) External Student Course (ELCA 101) 1. Course Code: ELCA 101 Course No.:101 Prerequisite: None Credit Hours: 3 2. Required Textbook: NorthStar, Focus on Reading & Writing,Introductory, Author: John Beaumont 4 Publisher: Pearson Education Publisher: Pearson Education, Chapters: (1-9)
3 Instructor s Information 1. Instructor s Name: Amany Ismail Abu Leil 2. Office Location: ELI- Villa 2, Room (3)
4 External Student Course (ELCA 101) 1. Course Description: a. The book provides the students with tools they need for an early academic progress through a large variety of topics that incorporate vocabulary building, information transfer, grammar and structure. b. Grammar includes: - Questions with be - The simple past of be - The simple present - Pronouns and possessive adjectives - There is/there are - The simple past - Comparative adjectives - Making predictions with be + going to and should for advice
5 NorthStar Introductory Focus on reading & writing The following gpages to be covered in this course Title Pages Unit 1 The Friendship Page 1-18 Unit 2 Art For Everyone Unit 3 What s It Worth To You? Unit 4 Strength In Numbers Unit 5 Going Out Of Business Unit 6 Flying High And Low Unit 7 Are We There Yet? Unit 8 Full House Unit 9 It s Your Lucky Day
6 Unit (1)
7 APPROACHING THE TOPIC: PREDICTING: Look at the picture on page 1 of your book. Discuss the questions with the class: Where are the people in the picture? What are they doing? The title of the unit is The Friendship Page. What do you think? What is the friendship ppage?
8 As a matter of fact, this unit is about the internet and how it is used by people around the world.
9 Some of the uses of the internet
10 The unit mainly focuses on the internet as a way of communication i among people and a way to make friendships on social networks such as what happens on The Friendship Page..
11 B. SHARING INFORMATION: What is a graph?...look at the image this is a graph.
12 In your book, the egap graph shows s the numbers of the people in America who use different types of communication.
13 In the graph, it is shown that: 1.9 billion Americans use the telephone for communication.
14 In the graph, it is shown that: 652 million use snail mail
15 In the graph, it is shown that: 750 million use for communication
16 PREPARING TO READ: BACKGROUND: Look at the graph on page 3. The graph shows the different percentages of the people who have been using the internet from the year 1996 till the year The graph shows that:
17 In 1996, 15% of the American population was using the internet. In 1997, 22% of the American population was using the internet. In 1998, 32% of the American population was using the internet. In 1999, 38% of the American population was using the internet. In 2000, 43% of the American population p was using the internet. In 2001, 48% of the American population was using the internet. In 2002, 52% of the American population was using the internet. In 2003, 58% of the American population was using the internet. What do YOU think? What percentage of the American population will use the internet in ten more years?
18 Look at the chart on page 4. The chart is about the most common uses of the internet in the United States. Banking.20%
19 Look at the echart ton page 4. The chart is about the most common uses of the internet in the United States. Buying and selling stocks..6%
20 Look at the chart on page 4. The chart is about the most common uses of the internet in the United States. Doing homework and research for school..35%
21 Lookat the chart on page 4. The chart isabout the most common uses of the internet in the United States. ing 96%
22 Look at the chart on page 4. The chart is about the most common uses of the internet in the United States. Listening to music 35% Looking for a boyfriend or a girlfriend 7% Making travel plans47% Meeting new people 45% Playing games 38% Reading the news 51%
23 Now, let s answer the questions in the 1. ing- reading the news and making travel plans. book: 2. Buying and selling stocks- Looking for a boy or a girl friend- Banking What are the three most popular uses of the internet? 2. What are the three least popular uses of the internet? 3. Do you use the internet? If yes, how? If not, why not?
24 Reading One:
25 Important Vocabulary (Ps 5-6) Tick ( ) the definition of the underlined words: 1. Karen and Ellen were friends in elementary school. Today, they are 40 years old, and they still have a strong friendship. a. education b. relationship 2. If you want information about Columbia University in New York, visit Columbia s website at a. a place on the Internet. b. an office at the university.
26 Important Vocabulary Tick ( ) the definition of the underlined words 3. The Internet is very popular these days. Many people use it. a. liked by m any people b. difficult for people to use 4. What is your biggest goal for the future? Do you want a good job? A lot of money? A big family? a. a problem you have b. something you want
27 Tick the correct meaning: 5. Take my advice: Work hard today if you have a goal for the future. a. an idea or opinion to help someone b. money you get from your job 6. My brother tells good jokes. We always laugh when we are together. a. a sound you make when you are very sad. b. a sound you make when something is very funny.
28 Tick the correct meaning: 7. George doesn t have a paying job. He is a volunteer at an elementary school lthree days a week. a. someone who works for no money b. someone who works for money 8. I want to be a volunteer in my community. I want to help the people who live near me. a. all the people living in one place b. all the people you know 9. Dr Iwin Sarason says, Good friends are good for the health. That s a quote and his exact words. a. something that is not true b. someone s exact words
29 The Friendship Page Is Three Years Old! 1. Introducing the topic: Bronwyn Polson is a young woman from Australia. Bronwyn started the Friendship Page. The Friendship Page is a website on the Internet. Read the following part of Bronwyn website
30 Read the following and answer the questions: P 7-8 The Friendship Page Is Three Years Old! 1. Happy Birthday to us! The Friendship Page is three years old. 2. When I was sixteen years old, I wanted to help people in my community. I called people at newspapers and social service organizations (a group that helps people), but they just laughed! They said," You are only sixteen! You are too young to help. There is nothing you can do. 3.So I decided to go online. Age isnt important on the Internet. I learned how to make a website. Then I started The Friendship Page. I chose friendship because friendship is important to everyone. I also wanted to make the internet a friendlier place. My goal is to give something good to the world. 4. Today, I am nineteen years old. The Friendship page is getting more and more popular. It is very easy to use. Now more than 1,300 people visit this website everyday. That s 428,000 people in the first three years!
31 The Friendship Page 5. The friendship Page has fun information about friends and friendship. People can meet new friends. They can get advice about friendship. Also, there are quotes, poetry, songs, writing, humor and more. the poetry page is the most popular. 6. Friends and volunteers help me. The friendship page is a lot of work, but we enjoy it. 7. In the future I want The Friendship Page to grow. Fir example, I want to make a book with quotes about friendship. Money from the book will help to keep The Friendship Page going. 8. If you are interested in Friendship and The Friendship Page, please read more!
32 Read each sentence. Circle the answer that completes each sentence (Ps 8-9): 1. Today, Bronwyan Polson is years old She called people about how to help her community. They just laughed. in her family 3. The Bronwyn s website is to use. easy 4. The Friendship Page is a website. fun 5. There are visits to The Friendship Page each day. 1, The most popular part is the page. poetry 7. help Bronwyn with The Friendship Page. Volunteers and friends 8. Bronwyn wants to make money from. a book
33 The Friendship Page Now, we are just going g to go through the reading and the exercises in the book..follow me please..pp.6pp 6-11.
34 Reviewing Language: definitions What Is A Noun? A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and an idea (a woman, a school, a car, or happiness). What Is An Adjective? An adjective modifies (tells something) about a noun.. (a tall woman, a good school, a blue car).
35 Reviewing Language: g definitions What is a Verb? The verb is a word that shows an action (speak, walk, and jump) or a state (be, like). Now let s go through the exercises in the book pp. 12 and 13..
36 Verb to be in simple present Verb to be is are am She is a nice girl. They are good people. I am a teacher. You are helpful.
37 Verb to be in simple present Yes Y / No questions with verb to be Is he a doctor? Yes, he is No, he isn t Are you free? Yes, I am No, I am not Are they at school? Yes they are.- No they aren t Am I right? Yes, you are No, you aren t
38 Wh- questions with verb to be in Wh words : simple present ( what / where/ why/ when / how / who ) Where is my book? When is the meeting? Why are you late? How are you? Who is Bronwyn Polson? What is The Friendship Page?
39 WRITING: What is a Sentence? A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete idea. A sentence should have a subject and a verb. The first word in a sentence should start with a capital letter. At the end of a sentence there must be a period ( a full stop ) S V She is a good student.
40 WRITING A Question Mark (???)( ) An Exclamation Mark (!!!!) Use a question Use an mark at the end of exclamation mark a question. (? ) at the end of a Is she a teacher? sentence with Who is he? strong feeling. What an amazing site!
41 Read the sentences. Underline the subjects once and the verbs twice. Add punctuation ( a period, a question mark, or an exclamation point) at the end of each sentence(p:16) Tintota is another website about friendship It s great Friends chat together and help each other on this website Warren and Sylvia Roff-Marsh started Tintota Like Bronwyn Polson, they live in Australia Friendship is important is impotant to them, too Do you want more information about Tintota Visit Tintota s website at
42 Answer Tintota is another website about friendship. It's great! Friends chat together and help each other on this website. Warren and Sylvia Roff-Marsh started Tintota. Like Bronwyn Polson, they live in Australia. Friendship is important to them, too. Do you want more information about ttintota? t?visit it Tintota s website at
43 The Friendship Page This is the end of our class today. See you on Monday.
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