TV, the radio or the Internet. ♦ Draw
suitable symbols for each weather condition on your map. ♦ Show
your poster to your classmates, compare the weather conditions in the five
cities and report it to your classmates. . Work in pairs. Do you know the cities below? Ask and answer questions
as in the example and take notes. Take a photo or draw a picture of your street/neighbourhood in the
morning and describe what everyone is doing.
conditions. But I feel tired and
sleepy on foggy days because it's dull outside. I think the weather really affects my emotions. I feel happy and energetic on sunny days. I want to go out and hang around all day.
I don't like snowy and freezing winter days. I always feel cold and moody. Does the weather affect my emotion? Hmmm... I'm not sure. But I don't
like stormy weather. Lightening and that terrible noise! Oh, I feel really
scared at cfrtrmvi ninlrfc Read the speech bubbles again and answer the questions.
Jim and I are at the same age, but Jim is taller and fatter than me.
Sam is two years older than us. He is 15. He is shorter than Jim, but he is
taller than me. He is very thin. Pam is Sam's sister. She is 11
years old. She is taller than Jane, but she is shorter than Kate. Kate is three
years older than Pam, but she is two years younger than Jane. Jane is fairer
than Pam, but she is darker than Kate. Jane is of medium height and medium weight.
Camels are mammals. They live in deserts in the Middle East and Africa. It is hot and dry
in deserts. They can walk a long time in the hot sand because they have and strong . They are mostly domestic
animals. They aren't endangered animals. Choose two wild animals and prepare an informative
leaflet about them. Use a lot of pictures and narrate details about the
animals' lives. How do you feel when you look at the pictures? Describe the pictures
and your feelings. Read and match the highlighted words / phrases to the pictures in
Describe the people. What are they doing)? Which sports do you usually
do? table tennis basketball volleyball athletics windsurfing gymnastics 1 rollerblading horse riding cycling baseball climbing football
Listen to the sounds. Write the sports that you hear. Categorize the sports in activity 1. } Read and answer the questions. I'm Clara. I'm 12. Look at the photo. It's me and Wind. 1 Wind
is my horse. I started horse-riding 5 years ago. I ■ go gymnastics training 3 times a week. I usually have 1 volleyball
practice in the evenings.
always get up early every morning and have breakfast. Then,
I usually have a training. But last week I had an accident and injured my leg,
so I can't go out now. I am at home and I am really bored.
Where does Alex live? HelivesinGermany_ 2.
How often does he have basketball training? Heusuallyhasbasketballtraining_ 3.
What happened last week? Hehad anaccident lastweek__ 4.
How does he feel at home? Hefeels boredathome Healways
hasbreakfastat home. Heusually playsbasketball.
24. Read the sentences below and write the correct principles in the
blanks. 1. Modern concepts take the place of traditional concepts. 2. Everybody is equal and there aren't
any class distinctions.3. The nation
governs itself. 3. It is the seperation of state and religion. 25. Work in pairs and talk about
Atatürk's principles. How do the reforms about these principles make our
everyday lives better? Ask and answer questions about them. Imagine this: One of the character from the Independence War comes to
the present. I
Interview him/ her. Follow these steps: Think about your character from the Independence War. Prepare your questions. Think about the imaginary answers. Write your interview in the box below.
Atatürk was horn in 1881 in Salonika. His father's name was Ali
Rıza Efendi. His mother's name was Zübeyde Hanım. First, he went to
Şemsi Efendi School in Salonika. Then, he entered die Military
Middle Sdtool in
Salonika. In 1895, after finishing the Military
Middle School, Mustafa Vernal entered die Military Hiğt School (Askeri
İdadisi) in Monastir. In 1899, he went to Istanbul and entered
die Military Academy (Harbiye Harp
Okulu). After finishing die Military Academy, Mustafa Vernal went to die
General Staff College in 1902. He graduated from the Academy on
the llISl ' January,
1905. In 1906, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk founded
the "Motherland ami Freedom Society". He had victories
in the far corners of the Ottoman Empire like Mbania ami Tripoli.
1. Read the explanations and remember the names of Atatiirk's
principles. Write the correct principle for each part. This principle says that Turkish State is a whole body with its people
and homeland. No one can
divide it and no class can administrate it. It also
respects all the other nations' rights of independence. Atatiirk's pictures and his life story appeared in I many important magazines and newspapers. When ™ a 10-year-old American boy, Curtis LaFrance, from Elmira, New York read an article about Atatürk, he
sent a letter to Atatürk on
October 28, 1923, just one day before Atatürk
founded the Turkish Republic on October 29, 1923. Here is the letter: