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Sterk Engels Leerjaar 4 VMBO-GTL Workbook

48 Sparkle Your teacher

48 Sparkle Your teacher will announce the spelling word, such as “chaotic”. The first student says “C”. The next student says “h”, and it continues around the room until the entire word has been spelled correctly. When the word is complete, the next student says “Sparkle!” If a student says the wrong letter or says “Sparkle” too soon, then they sit down. The game continues until there is only one student left standing: the winner. Practise the list ‘English Worldwide: India’ on Quizlet. TIP Make sure you practise Quizlet at least 4 times a week, or you will have a hard time passing the test. Go online and login to do Fast ForWord. Reading level 3 exercise Twisted Pictures. 49 Assess the text Grid choice questions can be tricky. Do you feel confident about answering this type of question? There are a few tips and tricks to help you. In year 3 we covered this topic, remember? Now let’s practise reading strategies and specifically answering grid questions for real. Predict what the text is about, this will help you answer the questions. I think this text is about: Because: 107 ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - INDIA - GTL

Mahatma Gandhi There isn’t a single country in the whole world where the name Mahatma Gandhi isn’t known. Why did Gandhi become so famous? It was because he dedicated his whole life to the service of the motherland and the service of humanity. He was born in India in 1869. The strict discipline of his father and the religious bent of mind of his mother all influenced Gandhi greatly. The values of truthfulness and honesty were instilled in him from the very beginning. As a child he was not very brave. He was mortally afraid of the dark, of ghosts, and spirits, and also snakes and scorpions. Soon it was time for him to go to school. In the beginning he didn’t like any of the subjects that were taught to him, but with encouragement from his teachers he studied them, and began to enjoy them and took his studies very seriously. ‘be the change you want to see in the world’ In connection with his work, Gandhi travelled a good deal. However, he was treated very badly by the British people. Wherever he went, he had to face insults and rudeness. At times he was physically assaulted. One day when he was travelling from Durban to Pretoria (S.A.) in the first class compartment of a train, a British man boarded the compartment. On seeing Gandhi, the British man got furious. He called the railway officer, and they both ordered him to get out of the train. Since he had bought a first class ticket, he refused to do so. The police were summoned. They pushed him out of the compartment and threw his luggage out of the window. Gandhi gave considerable thought to the matter and realised that to fight against injustice it was necessary to use an entirely different method – a non violent one. 50 Grid questions Watch the video deal with them? and take notes. What are grid questions and how do you best Grid questions are You tackle them by 108 ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - INDIA - GTL