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NorthStar Level 1 Reading and Writing. Unit 3 : What’s It Worth To You? Presented by : Azza Khattab. The main idea of the unit. How much things value. Why people keep old things Some people like to own valuable things such as : vases , silverware, gold …..

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northstar level 1 reading and writing

NorthStar Level 1 Reading and Writing

Unit 3 :

What’s It Worth To You?

Presented by :

Azza Khattab

the main idea of the unit
The main idea of the unit
  • How much things value.
  • Why people keep old things
  • Some people like to own valuable things

such as : vases , silverware, gold …..

  • Some people enjoy collecting stamps, coins , art, furniture, jewelry, toys and dolls.
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Educational ( adjective )
  • Condition ( noun )
  • Secret ( noun / adjective )
  • Expert ( noun )
  • Worth ( noun )
  • Rare ( adjective )
  • Sentimental value ( adjective + noun )
  • Valuable ( adjective ) = worthy
  • Items ( noun )
nouns
Nouns
  • A noun is the name of a place, person , thing , idea……………..

( Jeddah , Ahmed , jewelry , suggestion)

  • A noun can end in :

( -tion , -ment –or ………….)

production , excitement , actor

adjectives
Adjectives
  • An adjective describes a noun . It gives more information about it.

( happy – sad – nice – valuable – afraid…)

An adjective can end in :

( -al , -able, -ible ……)

Educational – portable / valuable – possible

the simple present
The Simple Present
  • We use the present simple to refer to facts or habits.

She always goes to school on foot. (Habit)

The Earth is a planet. ( Fact )

Form:

We add s or es to the verb when its subject is:

He / She / It ( Any singular noun )

She watches TV every evening.

Heba usually collects stamps

the simple present1
The Simple Present
  • If the subject is ( I / they / we or you )

we don’t add anything to the verb.

They go to their village every summer.

I like history books.

You look worried.

We have some work to do in the office.

the simple present2
The Simple Present

Negative form:

  • We use doesn’t / don’t + the infinitive to form a negative sentence in the simple present.

She has a new house . ( Use not )

She doesn’t have a new house.

They watch TV in the evening. ( Use not )

They don’t watch TV in the evening.

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The Simple Present

Yes / No questions:

Does she have a new book ?

Yes, she does. – No, she doesn’t.

Do you visit your family at weekends?

Yes, I do. – No, I don’t .

Do they work on Friday?

Yes, they do. – No, they don’t.

the simple present4
The Simple Present
  • Wh questions:

Where do you go on weekends?

Why does he go for a walk in the evening?

When does she start her lesson in the

morning?

Who do you like to have as a friend?

How does she go to her office?

what is a paragraph
What is a paragraph?
  • A paragraph is a group of sentences that develops one main idea.
  • The first sentence is the topic sentence. It has the main idea.
  • The other sentences are supporting sentences . They make the main idea clearer.
  • The last sentence is the concluding sentence. It sums up the main idea.
rules for writing a paragraph
Rules for writing a paragraph:
  • Indent the first line

My favourite hobby is reading.It is an interesting hobby. It provides me with a lot of information. I can spend nice hours reading a book about a famous character in the Arab history. I don’t feel bored when I have a book in my hand. This is way I think that reading is a very interesting hobby.

rules for writing a paragraph1
Rules for writing a paragraph
  • 1- Indent the first line.
  • 2- There are two margins on your paper .

Write your paragraph between the two

margins.

3- When you write a paragraph, do not start

each new sentence on a new line.