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Unit 4 Lesson 5 ( Writing )

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Unit 4 Lesson 7 ( Writing a story )
2. Focus on task completion, Style and Organization
Tricks
1. Discuss
Do you play tricks on your friends? why/why not?

What's the best trick you've ever played on someone or someone has ever played on you ?

A story
Read the rubric and the story below.
3. Focus on Language and style.
4.Focus on time linkers
5. Outline
Introduction
Describe the setting of the story.
Introduce the main character(s).
Describe the feeling at the begging of the story .
Main part (2-3 paragraphs)
Describe how the story started and developed.
Conclusion
Describe the outcome of the story ( could also be included in the main part )
Make a brief comment on the story.
6. Writing task.
Read the rubirk below, make an outline and then write your story (120-180 words)
Amani Hakami
605
Teacher:
Arwa Al-aqeel .

Ammar couldn't stop laughing every time he thought about what had happened that day. He and some friends were spending a few days in Dammam and they had decided to go camping near a beautiful beach in the area. The days had passed so quickly. During their stay they had visited many places, including the impressive Al-khobar Water Tower in the nearby town of Al-khobar, and now it was their last day. They really wanted to make the most of it, so as soon as they woke up, they set off for the beach, as they all wanted to go fishing one last time.
The day started off
uneventfully

until they decided to stop fishing and go swimming. It was
particularly
hot that day. Ammar decided to join in the fun so he jumped in the water, too. He was swimming when,
suddenly,
he felt something brush against his leg. 'Shark!' Sami screamed and everyone ran out of the water, leaving Ammar behind. He was so scared that he couldn't move.
A few moments later, Ammar heard his friend Sami giggling. He
immediately
knew that Sami was playing another one of his tricks again so he relaxed and started laughing. When everyone else realised what had happened, they started chasing Sami.
Apparently,
Sami had been waiting for the last day to scare everyone. he had planned everything
perfectly
and managed to make their last day unforgettable. Of course, he also gave Ammar a scary experience to talk about.
uneventfully
Particularly
Suddenly
Apparently
ordinary, routine, or quiet.
e.g: Today was the most uneventful day of my life!
Quite an experience
very much; exceptionally.
e.g: I was prticularly successful.
quickly and without warning; unexpectedly.
e.g: He suddenly made up his mind.
Immediatly
without lapse of time; at once.
e.g: She answered the question immediately.
it appears that; as far as one knows; seemingly.
e.g: the child is apparently healthy but the doctor is concerned.
Perfectly
in a perfect way; extremely well.
e.g: She drew the painting perfectly.
Luckily
by good luck; fortunately.
e.g: luckily, the police came right away.
Occasionally
Now and then; from time to time.
e.g: They occasionally meet at the coffee shop.
Happily
in a happy manner; with pleasure.
Obviously
in a way that is easy to see or understand; evidently.
e.g: Obviously not everyone wants to swim.
Cautiously
with caution or prudence or tact.
e.g: she ventured cautiously downstairs.
whats the Adverb that refers to :

quickly and without warning; unexpectedly.
Completely
To make whole, with all necessary elements or parts.
e.g: she was completely confused.
B. Use the Adverbs below to complete the sentences:

Luckily - occasionally - happily - obviously - cautiously- suddenly - completely .
1. It was a beautiful spring morning and the children were playing in the garden.
2. , Carl came out of the accident with only a few scratches.
3. My best friend and I don't have much time to see each other any more, but we get together to chat and exchange news.
4. After the climp up the mountain,
we were exhausted.
5. The vet approached the injured bear .
6. Dennis had almost reached the top of the tree when the branch broke and he fell to the ground.
7. Maria was upset and didn't want to talk to us.
happily
occasionally
completely
Luckily
cautiously
obviously
suddenly
Warm Up
Choose a letter then give an example for it:
T P L O B M J A F
You have decided to enter a short story competition in an iternational magzine.
The competition rules say that the story must begin with the following words:

Ammar couldn't stop laughing every time he thought about what had happened that day.
A. How does the use of adverbs improve the story?
The use of adverbs improves the style and makes the story more vivid and exciting.
An international magazine is organising a short story competition and you have decided to take part.
The competition rules say that the story must begin with the following words:

Micheal didn't really like adventure but that day he had no choice.
A. Read the story on page 52 again and find more time linkers.
Then, Next, After this/that, Afterwards
A few moments later.
finally, In the end, eventually.
Other
meanwhile, the moment that, gradually, since, by the time, before, in the meantime
during,
as soon as,
until,
when.
B. Read the text and circle the correct word/phrase. page 53
1. since.
2. Initially.
3. Gradually.
4. Meanwhile.
5. Next.
6. before.
Beginning
continuing
concluding
Beginning
Initially, First, At first
continuing
concluding

Activity
(
Suddenly
)
The children are playing happily
Activity: give an example for ( happily )?
The Messenger of Allah
(peace be upon him)
said:
Allah loves that whenever any of you does something, he should excel in it.
(Reported by al-Bayhaqi)
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