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Ministry of Education Al-Gammaleyya Educational Directorate Al-Gammaleyya General Secondary School English Inspection 2nd Year Secondary Mr.Mosaad AL-Amir Unit 1- People At Work Prepared by: E-mail: [email protected]

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Objectives Grammar Past and present tenses Listening Listen for gist and specific information Reading Read for gist Critical thinking The positive contributions older people can make to society and the value of charitable organisations Writing A report

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Check the meaning of these words air conditioning civil engineer delegation grandchildren research uniform

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2) You will hear four people talking about their jobs. Which speaker likes: A ….. computers? b …… helping to improve their country? c …… good training and a smart uniform? d ….. meeting important people 3) Listen again and choose the correct answers a Speaker 1 works in a modern/ historic building. b Speaker 2 works inside/outside. c Speaker 3 started her job 2/12 years ago. d Speaker 4 first became interested in computers at university/school.

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4) Read and answer the following questions. a Which speaker does the job shown in the photograph? b Which jobs do the speakers do? 5) Imagine you have a job from this lesson. Tell a partner why you like it using this language. The reason I like this job is that I meet all kinds of people. 1The best thing about working here is the friendly people. I enjoy/love working here because every day is different The main reason is I'm proud to be helping to make Egypt a better place.

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Language focus past and present tenses 1) Study these sentences from the listening, then answer the questions. a Which time does each sentence refer to: the present or the past? b What are the names of the tenses? 1- Since I started the job two years ago, I've met important people from all over the world. 2 Yesterday I was interviewing business leaders in Cairo. 3 Now I work for a well-known Egyptian company that writes computer programs. 4 At the moment, I'm doing research on a computer program for an Australian company

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2) Now study the sentences again and answer these questions. a Which past verb refers to: 1 an action which started and finished in the past? I.started, [past simple) 2 something that happened for a period of time in the past? 3 something that is part of a person's experience? b Which present verb refers to: 1 a habit or repeated action? 2 something happening around now?

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3) Choose the correct verbs to complete these sentences. a I (was wanting/have wanted)to be a doctor since I was/have been ten. b When I was eight, (I saw/was seeing) a programme about a famous Egyptian doctor on television. c We (make/are making) a card for my brother. Do you want/Are you wanting to help? d We (had/were having) a meeting at work this morning when suddenly all the office lights went out/were going out. e My sister (has always enjoyed/was always) enjoying working with children. At the moment, she trains/is training to be a primary school teacher.

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4) Complete these questions. a Have you ever met....................,.? b How long have you ......................? c When was the last time you ......................? d What are you doing .....,................? e What were you doing .....:................?

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1) Check the meanings of these words in your Active Study Dictionary. - Operation - qualify - surgeon - transplant 2) Discuss these questions in pairs. a)What do you already know about professor Magdi Yacoub? What you like to know? b)Read the article quickly. Were your ideas mentioned? Did it answer your questions?

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3) Read the article again and put the sentences in the order they happened. A He retired as a surgeon. B 1 He lived in many places around Egypt. C He worked at a university in the United States. D He studied medicine at university. E He qualified as a doctor. F He researched new treatments. G He was head of a transplant programme at a hospital in Britain.

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4) Complete these sentences with the correct form of make or do. A) Professor Magdi Yacoub was one of the first surgeons to ......do............heart transplant operations. B)Professor Magdi Yacoub was part of a team which …………. New heart parts from human cells. C) -He believes his work can .......... a difference in people's lives. D) -He …………… a lot of important work in his life.

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Professor Madgi Yacoub Professor Magdi Yacoub is a world-famous heart surgeon. He was born in Egypt in the village of Belbis in 1935, the son of a surgeon who worked in different places around the country. The family had to move every few years, so Yacoub learnt to adapt to different situations and enjoyed meeting different people.

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When his aunt died because of a heart problem, Yacoub decided to become a heart surgeon. He studied medicine at Cairo University and qualified as a doctor in 1957. In the 1960s, he taught at Chicago University in the United States arid worked with many of the world's best heart surgeons.

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Now Yacoub had the qualifications and experience to do great things. In 1973, tie became a heart surgeon at Harefield Hospital in England. Under his leadership, Harefield became the most important transplant centre in the country. In the early 1980s, he was part of the team which did the first British heart transplant operation. At this time, Yacoub travelled thousands of kilometres in small planes and helicopters to find healthy hearts for transplants.

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Yacoub became Professor of Heart Surgery at London University in 1986. Although he retired as a surgeon in 2001, Yacoub continued to research new treatments. Recently he was part of team which made new heart parts from human cells. If you ask why he continues to work in his 70s, he will say that he believes he can make a difference to people's lives. For this reason, he works for a charity in Africa which helps children with heart problems.

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Critical thinking 1) Read this quotation from the article about Professor Magdi Yacoub and answer the questions, b What differences has he made to their lives? a What kind of people has Profesgcrj^ggiub helped in his life? c Why do you think Professor Yacoub chooses to help children in Africa?

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2) Answer the following questions. a When was Professor Magdi Yacoub born? He .was born in .1135. b What did his father do? c Who has Professor Magdi Yacoub helped since he retired? d Why do you think Professor Yacoub's father had to work in different places in Egypt? e How do you think Professor Yacoub felt when his team did the first heart transplant? . f-Why did Professor Yacoub not stop working when he retired?

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3) Now discuss these questions in pairs a What is the normal retirement age for people in Egypt? b Can society benefit from people who _ work in their 70s or 80s? give reasons. c What are people's main reasons for continuing to work when they are older? d Do older people have any special qualities that younger people do not have? Give examples.

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