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كتاب الطالب لغة انجليزية للصف السابع

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© Ministry of Education - State of Kuwait. 2017

All rights reserved; no part of this publication

may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system,

or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic,

mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise,

without the prior written permission of the Publishers.

First edition: 2008

Second edition: 2018/2019

2019/2020

Printed in Kuwait by: Alkhat Printing Press

Acknowledgements:

Additional material provided by Jenny Goodwin and Matthew Hancock

The publisher also wishes to thank the Amendments

Committee of Kuwait Ministry of Education:

Ms Sakina A. Hussain, ELT Supervisor General, MoE

Ms Helena Mohammad, ELT Senior Supervisor, MoE

Ms Huda Al-Ammar, ELT Senior Supervisor, MoE

Ms Lubna Abo-Abdou, ELT Supervisor, MoE

Ms Khawla Al Refaee, ELT Supervisor, MoE

Ms Hadeel Al Kandari, ELT Supervisor, MoE

Ms Naseema Al Rashed, ELT Supervisor, MoE

Mr Mohammed Azatour, ELT Head of Department, MoE

Ms Amal Al-Jimaz, ELT Head of Department, MoE

Mr Abdelaziz El Mahboubi, Teacher of English, MoE

Ms Khalida Al Failakawi, Teacher of English, MoE

Ms Hanan Al Fuzai, Teacher of English, MoE

Ms Joza Al Otaibi, Head of Foreign Languages, MoE

Special thanks for a valued contribution:

Mrs. Suzan Al-Bashiti, ELT, General Supervisor, MOE

Acknowledgement:

The Ministry of Education wishes to thank the Amendment

Committee (2016):

Mrs. Hanan Ghaleb Aburezq, ELT Supervisor, MoE

Mr. Jaouad Amrani, ELT Supervisor, MoE

Mr. MY Abdelaziz Adnani, ELT Supervisor, MoE

™Mrs. Asmaa Taleb AlAwadhi, Head of Department, MoE

Mr. Sassi Ben Bechir Mkaidi, Head of Department, MoE

Mrs. Rajaa Nouri AbdAlkareem, Teacher, MoE

Table of Contents

My World

Pages

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Family and Friends

Sports and Activities

School Life

Tell Me How

Unit 4

Instructions and Directions

Unit 5

Free Time

Unit 6

Celebrations and Food

Project 1

Now and Then

Unit 7

Journey to the Past

Unit 8

The Work We Do

Unit 9

Jobs and Personality

Facing Challenges

Unit 10

Travels and Exploration

Unit 11

Energy and Recycling

Unit 12

Predicting the Future

Project 2

Words to Remember

Llferature Time

Module One

My World

You are expected to:

Listen and complete tasks

Exchange opinions on a variety

of topics

Read to make inferences

Activities:

Listening and identifying

information

Discussing personal issues

Designing an advertisement

 

Dear Mark,

How are you doing? I hope you are doing well. I’m Ahmed. I’m from Al-Jahra, Kuwait. I’m thirteen

and I’ve got two sisters. Their names are Eman and Noura. Eman is eight and Noura isfourteen. I like

school and love sports. My favourite football team is the Kuwait National Team. I’ve got a personal tablet

which I use for reading about sports and doing other school tasks. Have you got any brothers or sisters?

Yours, Ahmed

 

Hi Ali,

I’m Dan. I’m twelve. I’m from Melbourne, Australia. I had a car accident when I was seven. I was

with my parents, my baby brother and my older sister. I broke my left hip, and although I had three

operations, I still can’t walk so I use a wheelchair. Being in a wheelchair didn’t limit my abilities; it

rather helped me to see the world in a completely different way. I have many hobbies; my favourite is

listening to audio stories.

Best wishes, Dan

 

Hello Fatma,

I’m Lucy from Kansas in the USA. I’m twelve. I’ve got two brothers and a sister. My brothers’ names are Alan

and Richard. Alan is fifteen and Richard is only five. My sister, Noreen, is twenty, she is a chess champion. I

love animals and enjoy going to the zoo. I’ve got a pet goldfish! My favourite place to visit isthe zoo.

Kind regards, Lucy

 

In groups, discuss the following question:

What difficulties might the physically challenged people and those with special needs face?

 

Complete Jamal`s email with `m,`s or `re .

Hi Rob,

My name….......…. Jamal. I….......…. thirteen and I….......…. from Cairo in Egypt.

I’ve got a brother and a sister. My sister….......…. twenty. She ….......…. a medical student.

My brother….......…. at school. He….......…. fifteen. They….......…. both really nice. Come

and see me in Cairo. You….......…. always welcome.

Write soon

Jamal

 

Study the previous email and discuss the following questions:

1. Who wrote this email? To whom?

2. How did the writer start and end the email?

3. Is the language formal or informal? Give examples.

 

Write a short email to your friend suggesting two ideas on how to support

people with special needs in your country.

 

Complete the sentences. What have they got in their homes?

● Amal’s home has got ……………………………………………………………...........…………………….

● It hasn’t got ………………………………………………..................……………….........…………………….

● Amal’s favourite place is ……………….....……………………….......……...........…………………….

● Jaber’s home has got …………………...…………………………….......……...........…………………….

● It hasn’t got ………....................………….…………………………….......……...........…………………….

● Jaber’s favourite place is ……………………………………………….......……...........…………………….

 

Tell your friend about your home .

Our home has got ……………………………………………….......…….........................…..………………….

I prefer studying in ………………………………………………...................…….............…………………….

We have got …………………....……...…..……..... / We haven’t got …………....……..……………….....

 

Home Sweet Home

Reading:

Mud Houses

Old Kuwaiti houses were made using rocks and mud. They

had a spacious courtyard in the middle where the family would

usually get together. The roof was made of ‘Jandal’ which is

strong wood .

Igloos

An igloo is a temporary home for Inuit people in the Arctic. It is easy

to build out of ice blocks, and has got a fire in the middle. It is warm,

comfortable and very safe, especially against storms.

Wooden Houses

In Poland, the tradition of wooden homes is 1,000 years old. Wooden

homes are easy to build with trees. They are eco-friendly and healthier

to live in. They are naturally warm in winter and cool in summer.

 

Read the article and write a sentence about each type of houses.

a. Mud: ………….................................……..…………………………………………..........…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

b. Igloo: ……….................................…………………………………………………..........…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

c. Wooden: ………….................................…………………..………………………..........…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

 

Write about the type of house you would like to live in and why.

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

………….................................………………………………………………….........................…………………

 

 

Sports and Activities

Module 1:

Ahmed loves all kinds of sports. He plays in

the school football team. His best friend,

Yaser, plays in the team, too. Both of them

can play tennis. Ahmed is also very good at

swimming.

One day, Ahmed and Yaser saw a programme

on TV. It is about a new sport called cave

diving.

Ahmed: I want to try that!

Yaser: It looks dangerous to me.

Ahmed: I need good equipment and a good

teacher, that’s all.

It is the day of Ahmed’s first cave dive.

His diving equipment is very heavy. He holds

a coloured blue line to show him where to

swim. He follows his teacher. He

dives down into a very big cave.

The water is warm. The cave is quite

dark. He can see his teacher’s light

in front of him. Then, suddenly, he

can’t see the light. Ahmed is afraid!

Does he follow the teacher? No!

He holds the blue line and waits. He

waits for five minutes, but it feels

like a long time. He remembers two

important things. One: don’t leave

the line. Two: don’t follow, think!

His teacher comes back. Ahmed is

very happy. Together they swim out

of the cave to safety.

 

Fill in the spaces with the present simple tense of the verbs between brackets.

A footballer (play) …………… in a team of eleven players.

Footballers (not use) …………… their hands to move

the ball across the football pitch. They (kick) ……………

it with their feet. If a footballer kicks the ball into the goal,

his team (score) …………… one point. The team with

the most points (win) ……….... The referee (control)

…………… the game. Players (not argue) ……………

with the referee. If they do, the referee (send) ……………

them off the football pitch.

Based on the chart on the previous page, write sentences about you and your partner.

1. Both my friend and I can ........………..………............…………….................................…………………

2. I can ...........…........…………............................... but my friend ...........……........…..…….......................

3. ........………..………............…................................................………….................................…………………

4. ........………..………............…................................................………….................................…………………

 

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 11, 2016 (KUNA):

Ahmad Al-Mutairi came first in the men’s 100 m race at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

Ahmad Al-Mutairi is a Kuwaiti para-sport athlete who has broken numerous

world records in wheelchair racing. Al-Mutairi was introduced to sport while at

school, playing wheelchair basketball. One of his PE teachers saw potential in

Almutairi and suggested that he joined the Kuwaiti Sports Club for the Disabled.

Initially he joined the basketball team, but after five months, one of the

trainers advised him to try other sports. Almutairi tried out wheelchair racing

and found that he excelled at the sport. In 2009 he entered his first track and

field competition, held in the United Arab Emirates.

In 2011, he took part in the World Championships in New Zealand. In 2012, Al-Mutairi was selected

for the Kuwait team at the Summer Paralympics in London. The next year, Al-Mutairi travelled to

Lyon to compete in the 2013 Athletics World Championships. His first major medal success came

the following year at the 2014 Asian Para Games in South Korea where he was able to win two silver

medals. Throughout 2015, Almutairi continued to improve his times, and set a new world record in

Switzerland. Later that year he represented Kuwait at his third World Championship, in Doha, Qatar.

In the final he set a championship record of 17.53 to beat his nearest rival by over a second and a half.

 

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