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  1. 1. 2 Unit: Culture Topic: General Information Sub topic : Musical instrument520105130095201051301652010513049
  2. 2. 3 1 5 2 Unit: Culture Topic: General InformationSub topic : Musical instrument
  3. 3. 1. 1. While- Writing Activity 1: Writing game 2. While-Writing Activity 2: Compare & Contrast 3. Post – Writing Activity 1: What am I? 4. Post – Writing Activity 2: Music & Story2. 1.1.1.4/ 2 supporting detail) 1.1.2.1/ 2
  4. 4. 1.1.2.5/ 2 2.2.1.2/ 2 4.4.1.1/ 2 / 3. 3.1 Vocabulary: wind instrument, string instrument, percussion instrument, blow, stroke, pluck, hit, shake 3.2 Structure: How to use “Gerund” When a verb ends in -ing, it may be agerund or a present participle. It isimportant to understand that they are not the same. Gerunds are sometime called “verbal nouns”
  5. 5. 4. 1. Power point 2. Text 3 3. Picture cards 4. 5. - - -
  6. 6. 5.Pre-Writing1. Symphony 1.orchestra Symphony2. orchestra- What do you see in the video?- What musical instrument do they play in 2.the video ?3. T : vocabulary Power point 3. Text 1Violin4. Text 2 : Structure Powerpoint5. 4. Text 2
  7. 7. 6. . Text 3 Text 5.7.- How many kinds of musical instrument ? 6. Text 3- Which kind of musical instrument is easyto learn ? Text- Which kind of musical instrument do you 7.like most ? Why?While-WritingActivity 1 Writing game1.2. 53.
  8. 8. -- 1. 2. 5 3.4.Activity 2: Compare & Contrast 12. Compare & 4.Contrast3.
  9. 9. 4. 2.5. Compare & ContrastPost-WritingActivity 1: What am I ?1. 3 3.2. What am I ?3.14. 4.5.6.7.
  10. 10. 8. 1. 39. 2. What am I ?Activity 2: Musical story 3.1. 4 12. Musical story 4.3. 14. 5. 15. 6. 7.
  11. 11. 6.7. 8. 9. 1. 4 2. Musical story 3. 1 4. 1
  12. 12. 5.6.7.
  13. 13. While-Writing Activity 1: -Writing game Activity 2:Compare &ContrastPost-Writing Activity 1:What am I ? Activity 2:Musical story .....................................................................................................
  14. 14. .................................. 9.2 .. Text 1 Vocabulary
  15. 15. wind instrument: a musical instrument in which the sound isproduced by an enclosed column of air thatis moved by the breath string instrument: any musical instrument with string that you playwith your fingers or with a bow percussion instrument: a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by one object striking
  16. 16. another blow: to breathe hard or quick; topant; to puff stroke: a gentle, caressingtouch or movement upon something
  17. 17. pluck: to pull hit: bring your hand, or an objectyou are holding, againstsomething quickly and with force shake: to move or makesomeone or somethingmove with short quick movements fromside to side or up and down
  18. 18. Text 2 Structure How to use “Gerund” Gerunds (-ing) When a verb ends in -ing, it may be a gerund or a presentparticiple. It is important to understand that they are not the same.Gerunds are sometime called “verbal nouns”When we use a verb in -ing form more like a noun, it is usually agerund: Fishing is fun.
  19. 19. When we use a verb in -ing form more like a verb or an adjective,it is usually a present participle: Anthony is fishing. I have a boring teacher. Usage: 1. Gerunds as Subject, Object or Complement Try to think of gerunds as verbs in noun form. Like nouns, gerunds can be the subject, object or complementof a sentence: Smoking costs a lot of money. I dont like writing. My favourite occupation is reading. But, like a verb, a gerund can also have an object itself. In thiscase, the whole expression [gerund + object] can be the subject,object or complement of the sentence. Smoking cigarettes costs a lot of money.
  20. 20. I dont like writing letters. My favourite occupation is reading detective stories.Like nouns, we can use gerunds with adjectives (including articlesand other determiners): pointless questioning a settling of debts the making of Titanic his drinking of alcoholBut when we use a gerund with an article, it does not usually takea direct object: a settling of debts (not a settling debts) Making "Titanic" was expensive. The making of "Titanic" was expensive. 2. Gerunds after Prepositions This is a good rule. It has no exceptions! If we want to use a verb after a preposition, it must be agerund. It is impossible to use an infinitive after a preposition. Sofor example, we say: I will call you after arriving at the office.
  21. 21. Please have a drink before leaving. I am looking forward to meeting you. Do you object to working late? Tara always dreams about going on holiday. Notice that you could replace all the above gerunds with "real" nouns: I will call you after my arrival at the office. Please have a drink before your departure. I am looking forward to our lunch. Do you object to this job? Tara always dreams about holidays . 3. Gerunds after Certain Verbs We sometimes use one verb after another verb. Often thesecond verb is in the infinitive form, for example: I want to eat. But sometimes the second verb must be in gerund form, forexample:
  22. 22. I dislike eating. This depends on the first verb. Here is a list of verbs that areusually followed by a verb in gerund form: admit, appreciate, avoid, carry on, consider, defer, delay, deny, detest, dislike, endure, enjoy, escape, excuse, face, feel like, finish, forgive, give up, cant help, imagine, involve, leave off, mention, mind, miss, postpone, practise, put off, report, resent, risk, cant stand, suggest, understand Look at these examples: She is considering having a holiday. Do you feel like going out? I cant help falling in love with you. I cant stand not seeing you. 4. Gerunds in Passive Sense We often use a gerund after the verbs need,require and want. In this case, the gerund has a passive sense. I have three shirts that need washing. (need to be washed) This letter requires signing. (needs to be signed) The house wants repainting. (needs to be repainted)
  23. 23. Text 3 There are many different kinds of musicalinstruments. Three common kinds are windinstruments, string instruments and percussion. Wind instruments are played by blowing air intothem. They are often easy to learn, although some canbe quite difficult to play well. Common examplesinclude the trumpet, flute and clarinet. String instruments are played by stroking orplucking strings. Some are easy to learn, while othersare very hard to pick up. Typical examples are theguitar, violin and cello. Percussion instruments are played by hitting orshaking them. Common kinds include the drums,xylophone and tambourine. Although some are veryeasy to play, others are tricky to master.
  24. 24. While-Writing Writing gameDirection: Fill the vocabulary from the text into the table. For example: Types………Wind………. ………………………. ……………………….. Instrument . Instrument . Instrument1 Flute 1 12 2 23 3 3
  25. 25. While-Writing Activity 2 : Compare and ContrastDirection : Write compare and contrastsentences about two kinds of musicalinstruments. wind instruments stringinstrumentsCompare :…………………………………………………………………………........................
  26. 26. ………………………………………………………………………………………………..……………………………………………………… ………………………………………..……………………………………………………… ………………………………………..……………………………………………………… ………………………………………..Contrast :…………………………………………………………………………........................
  27. 27. ………………………………………………………………………………………………..……………………………………………………… ………………………………………..……………………………………………………… ………………………………………..……………………………………………………… ……………………………………….. Post-Writing Activity 1 : What am I ?
  28. 28. Direction : Write a riddle from a given musicalinstrument. Then, ask your friends to guess theanswer. guitarWhat am I ? I am a string instrument. I am played byplucking. My shape looks like violin. I am playedwith acoustic songs. …….………………………
  29. 29. ……………………………………. .…………………………………………………………………… .Answer : guitar Post–Writing Activity 2 : Music & StoryDirection: Listen to the instrumental song and write the story baseon the feeling of the song. …………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………….…………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………
  30. 30. (While-Writing : activity 2) (Post-Writing : activity 1,2)- 9 3 9
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  32. 32. 1.2.3. 8-9 6-7 4-5 1-3
  33. 33. (Post-Writing : activity 2) (4) (2)– (4)
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