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On Location Doing well on UAE English Exams Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. com +971 559 On Location Doing well on UAE English Exams Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Reading comprehension (at a literal level) Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. com +971 559 221 588 Reading comprehension (at a literal level) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Finding details in a sentence Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. com +971 559 221 588 Finding details in a sentence Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

In order to comprehend (understand) what you read, your mind needs to do many In order to comprehend (understand) what you read, your mind needs to do many things as you read. One of the things your mind does as you read is find details in sentences. In fact your English exam always has a number of questions that require you to find details. What is a detail? Read on. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Before you can learn to find details in sentences you read, you will need Before you can learn to find details in sentences you read, you will need to understand the meaning of these question words: WHO WHICH WHERE WHAT HOW WHEN Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

A simple sentence in English can be made up of six parts – not A simple sentence in English can be made up of six parts – not words! A simple sentence can have many words but a maximum of six parts. Each part answers one of these question words. WHO WHAT WHICH HOW WHERE WHEN Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Look at these examples from ON LOCATION Grade 12 book. How many words are Look at these examples from ON LOCATION Grade 12 book. How many words are there in each sentence? Omar enjoys reading books about baseball and football. Work on your toughest assignment first. Lori had to drop some of her favorite after school activities. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Look at these examples from ON LOCATION Grade 12 book. How many words are Look at these examples from ON LOCATION Grade 12 book. How many words are there in each sentence? Omar enjoys reading books about baseball and football. (8 words) Work on your toughest assignment first. (6 words) Lori had to drop some of her favorite after school activities. (11 words) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

How many parts are there in. . . ? Omar enjoys reading books about How many parts are there in. . . ? Omar enjoys reading books about baseball and football. (8 words) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

There are three parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. Omar (part one) enjoys (part There are three parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. Omar (part one) enjoys (part two) reading books about baseball and football. (part three) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Each detail Omar Who? enjoys What action? What? reading books about baseball and football. Each detail Omar Who? enjoys What action? What? reading books about baseball and football. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

How many parts are there in. . . ? Work on your toughest assignment How many parts are there in. . . ? Work on your toughest assignment first. (6 words) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

There are two parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. Work on(part one) your toughest There are two parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. Work on(part one) your toughest assignment first. (part two) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Each detail Work on What action? What? your toughest assignment first. Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. Each detail Work on What action? What? your toughest assignment first. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

How many parts are there in. . . ? Lori had to drop some How many parts are there in. . . ? Lori had to drop some of her favorite after school activities. (11 words) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

There are three parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. Lori (part 1) had to There are three parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. Lori (part 1) had to drop (part 2) some of her favorite after school activities. (part 3) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Each detail Lori Who? had to drop What action? What? some of her favorite Each detail Lori Who? had to drop What action? What? some of her favorite after school activities. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

How many parts are there in. . . ? The tall guy ran very How many parts are there in. . . ? The tall guy ran very quickly into the house at 7 pm. (12 words) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

There are three parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. The tall guy (part 1) There are three parts. Each part is a ‘detail’. The tall guy (part 1) ran (part 2) very quickly (part 3) into the house (part 4) at 7 pm (part 5) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Each detail Who? The tall guy ran What action? How? very quickly Where ? Each detail Who? The tall guy ran What action? How? very quickly Where ? into the house When? at 7 pm. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Who ran very quickly into the house at 7 pm? (the detail of who) Who ran very quickly into the house at 7 pm? (the detail of who) What happened? (the action detail) How did the tall guy run into the house at 7 pm? (the detail of how) Where did the tall guy run at 7 pm? (the detail of where) When did the tall guy run into the house? ( the detail of when) Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

A simple sentence has up to six parts (in red) Each part can answer A simple sentence has up to six parts (in red) Each part can answer the question words (in blue) See diagram on the next slide Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Who? subject Who action? action What? 1 Who? object How? Where? When? manner place Who? subject Who action? action What? 1 Who? object How? Where? When? manner place time 4 5 6 What? 2 3 When you are reading a sentence always think of the parts and what each part answers. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Try to find the parts of the sentences. Circle the parts and write the Try to find the parts of the sentences. Circle the parts and write the question word each part answers. I do my homework after school. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Try to find the parts of the sentences. Circle the parts and write the Try to find the parts of the sentences. Circle the parts and write the question word each part answers. I make a homework schedule every week. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Try to find the parts of the sentences. Circle the parts and write the Try to find the parts of the sentences. Circle the parts and write the question word each part answers. I can’t remember what I said. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Taking a Reading Comprehension Test Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. com +971 559 221 588 Taking a Reading Comprehension Test Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

What to do in the reading part: • Read each question first. • Look What to do in the reading part: • Read each question first. • Look at the question word. • Think if the question word is looking for a detail. • Note the detail the question word is looking for. • Read the text and find the details. • Answer the questions. (some questions words do not look for details. You will learn about that in part two. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

What to do in the reading part: • Read each question first. • Look What to do in the reading part: • Read each question first. • Look at the question word. • Think if the question word is looking for a detail. • Note the detail the question word is looking for. manner How did people use to press their clothes? (some questions words do not look for details. You will learn about that in part two. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Compound sentences Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. com +971 559 221 588 Compound sentences Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Compound sentences are two simple sentences joined by and, but and other similar words. Compound sentences are two simple sentences joined by and, but and other similar words. See next slide Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

Who? subject Who action? action What? Who? object How? Where? manner place When? time Who? subject Who action? action What? Who? object How? Where? manner place When? time What? and, but Who? subject What? Who action? action Who? object How? Where? manner What? Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588 place When? time

To answer test questions, do the same thing as before but for the two To answer test questions, do the same thing as before but for the two sides of the sentence. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588

End of “finding details in a sentences”. Eli Ghazel eghazel@gmail. com +971 559 221 End of “finding details in a sentences”. Eli Ghazel [email protected] com +971 559 221 588