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Chapter 2 Experiencing Nature Writing Book Prepared by: Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n Chapter 2 Experiencing Nature Writing Book Prepared by: Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Objectives: Analyze a painting. Using adjectives to write about a painting. Make use of Objectives: Analyze a painting. Using adjectives to write about a painting. Make use of prepositions of time, location and direction to describe a painting. 4. Form complete sentences using subject and object pronouns. 5. Write a descriptive paragraph on a painting. 1. 2. 3. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Analyzing a Painting p. 22 We can analyze a painting by describing it, mentioning Analyzing a Painting p. 22 We can analyze a painting by describing it, mentioning what it contains and who drew it, defining some vocabulary words, talking about the general atmosphere, and telling our feelings when looking at it. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Try to describe this painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n Try to describe this painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Observe this painting, then answer these questions : Who drew this painting? What is Observe this painting, then answer these questions : Who drew this painting? What is its title? § Where is this scene ? § What’s wrong with the man ? § Why do you think he needs to stay there ? § Who is this woman ? § What’s she doing ? § How is the weather ? § What’s your feeling when looking at this painting ? § Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

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Book exercise p. 23. Class worksheet. Book exercise p. 23. Class worksheet.

Strategy p. 24 Ordering Information in a Paragraph A descriptive paragraph starts with general Strategy p. 24 Ordering Information in a Paragraph A descriptive paragraph starts with general Information to describe the topic in total. Then, more specific details follow that. This technique is called moving from general to specific. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Look at the painting ‘’ A Sunday on La Grande Jatte” by George Seurat. Look at the painting ‘’ A Sunday on La Grande Jatte” by George Seurat. Give sentences describing the painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Read the paragraph on page 25 on this painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n Read the paragraph on page 25 on this painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Using Adjectives pp. 27 We can use the adjectives after verbs, e. g. be, Using Adjectives pp. 27 We can use the adjectives after verbs, e. g. be, seem, look, feel and get. § You look tired today. §This movie seems interesting. § § We can also connect them with ‘and’. You look tired and pale today. §This movie seems interesting and horrifying. § Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Using Prepositions pp. 28 Prepositions give information about time, location and direction. e. g. Using Prepositions pp. 28 Prepositions give information about time, location and direction. e. g. in, during, with, next to and behind. § § The cat is in the drawer. Nouns The scared boy stands behind the door. § Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Prepositions can be placed in the beginning, the middle or the end of the Prepositions can be placed in the beginning, the middle or the end of the sentence. § There are millions of products in the supermarket. § There are millions of products in the Supermarket I can buy. § In the supermarket, there are millions of products. § Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Using Pronouns pp. 30 Pronouns take the place of nouns. They may come in Using Pronouns pp. 30 Pronouns take the place of nouns. They may come in the place of subject or object. § § I know July. She is kind. Subject pronoun § I love her. Object pronoun Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Class worksheet. Class worksheet.

Using Present Continuous pp. 31 When we describe an action in a painting, we Using Present Continuous pp. 31 When we describe an action in a painting, we use the present continuous. § is are am + V. + -ing §The nurse is looking for the patient. §The children are playing in the park. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Spelling Rules for –ing endings pp. 31 What is a syllable? A unit of Spelling Rules for –ing endings pp. 31 What is a syllable? A unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds. A syllable should have one vowel, and other consonants. Vowels are a, e, i, o, u. Any other sound is a consonant, such as /t/, /s/, /k/, /p/ …etc. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Syllable Division 1. When dividing a word into syllables, we first count the vowels Syllable Division 1. When dividing a word into syllables, we first count the vowels the word has. 2. We have to subtract any silent sounds, like /e/ in move. 3. We also subtract any repeated vowel, like /e/ in stream. 4. The number of the vowels left is the same as the number of vowels. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Examples § “farmer” = farm/er (2 syllables) § “heap” = heap (1 syllable) § Examples § “farmer” = farm/er (2 syllables) § “heap” = heap (1 syllable) § “prepaid” = pre/paid (2 syllables) § “resemble” = re/sem/ble (3 syllables) § “front” = front (1 syllable) § “between” = bet/ween (2 syllables) § “careful” = care/ful (2 syllables) § “correspond” = cor/re/spond (3 syllables) § “approximate” = ap/prox/mate (4 syllables) Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Spelling Rules for –ing endings pp. 31 Look at the rules in the book. Spelling Rules for –ing endings pp. 31 Look at the rules in the book. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Articles , A- An – The pp. 32 English has two articles: the and Articles , A- An – The pp. 32 English has two articles: the and a/an. The is used to refer to particular nouns; a/an is used to modify non-particular nouns. We call the definite article and a/an the indefinite articles. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Examples § I was happy to see the policeman who saved my cat. (Here, Examples § I was happy to see the policeman who saved my cat. (Here, we're talking about a particular policeman. He is a particular policeman I know because it is the one who saved the cat. ) I am a teacher. (I am a member of a large group known as teachers. ) § Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Look at this painting. Have as many details as possible to describe it. § Look at this painting. Have as many details as possible to describe it. § § Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Beach Mark Gray, 2007 - Beach Mark Gray, 2007 -

§ Now, read this paragraph describing this painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n § Now, read this paragraph describing this painting. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Beach The painting Beach was drawn by Mark Gray in 2007. The painting in Beach The painting Beach was drawn by Mark Gray in 2007. The painting in general is gloomy and busy. About ten miserable men are dragging an old net for fishing. They seem tired and depressed and their clothes are colorful and cheap. The weather is cloudy and warm. Many dark clouds are covering the vast sky, and the sea looks calm and cold. In the background, other exhausted men are also fishing. This painting makes us feel grieved and unsafe.

§ Now, work in groups to describe this painting. § Write notes first. § § Now, work in groups to describe this painting. § Write notes first. § Then convert them into graphic organizers. § Write a correctly-built paragraph. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n

Before Sunset. Mary Retch - Before Sunset. Mary Retch -

Assignment# 2 Write a well-built paragraph describing the painting on p. 30. Ms. Ohood Assignment# 2 Write a well-built paragraph describing the painting on p. 30. Ms. Ohood Ad-Dera’n