Silas Marner School: Al Majedah Waseela Teacher: Ghada Abu El Homous. Unit : Seven Lesson: Silas Marner chapter two. Aims: To be able the meaning of the new vocabulary To be able answer the questions in the work sheet.
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School: Al Majedah Waseela
Teacher: Ghada Abu El Homous
To be able the meaning of the new vocabulary
To be able answer the questions in the work sheet.
( Affective Aim): To become more spiritual rather than materialistic
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The village of Raveloe, in the English Midlands , was surrounded by green hills, woods and fileds . It was a pretty little place, far away any big town.
Raveloe had a beautiful old church.Opposite the church was a big red-brick house. These were the two most important buildings in the village.
The old church was the centre of village life. And the Red House was the home of Squire Cass and his two sons.
The Squire was respected by all the people of Ravelo.He owned most of The land around the village and many of the villagers worked for him.
Beside the cottage was a stone-pit .No one dug stone from the pit any more and it was usually full of water.
The sound of the weaver’s loom could be heard every day.It could even be heard on a Sunday because the weaver never went to church.
The weaver’s name was Silas Marner. Silas had come to Raveloe fifteen years earlier.No one in the village knew his sad story.
Unhappiness and years of hard work at his heavy loom had changed Silas. The weaver was nearly forty years old now, but he looked much older.
His back was bent and his sad brown eyes were Very short-sighted
The children were afraid of Silas and called him ‘Old Master Marner’.
Silas was a bachelor-he had never married and he had no friends. All day and every day’ the loom.
Silas was well-known in the countryside around Raveloe because he walked many miles to sell his cloth.He was a good weaver and he was paid well for his work.
He had no master now and he carefully saved the money he earned.After fifteen years of hard work, he had two leather bags full of gold coins.
So he hid the two bags in a secret place under the brick floor of the cottage.
Every night, Silas locked the door.Then he took out the bags and emptied them onto the table.
The shining coins poured out. To Silas, the gold seemed alive.The gold coins were his family and his friends.He worked and worked to get more gold.
Silas was not interested in his neighbours and their lives.Day after day,he worked at his loom and spoke to no one.
But very soon,Silas Marner’s life was going to be change for a second time.
Silas would have to ask for help from the people of Raveloe. Very soon, Silas would have something more valuable than gold.
There would be more sadness in his life , but great happiness too.
* Answer these questions:
1) Where does Silas Marner live? What is next to
2) Who are his family and friends now?
3) How old is Silas now?