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  • Unit Four: Sustainable Development

    الوحدة الرابعة من دروس مستوى الثانية بكالوريا


    الدروس المهارات عنوان الدرس فيديو شرح الدرس (مجاني) وثيقة التمارين (مدفوع) فيديو التصحيح (مدفوع)
    الدرس الأول درس المعجم معجم التنمية المستدامة إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا
    الدرس الثاني درس التواصل التعبير عن السبب و النتيجة إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا
    الدرس الثالث درس القواعد المستقبل البسيط و التام إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا
    الدرس الرابع درس القراءة القراءة و الفهم إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا
    الدرس الخامس درس الإنشاء كتابة رسالة رسمية إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا
    الإمتحان تقويم الوحدة تقويم الوحدة إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا إفتح الملف هنا

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    Interactive Exercises List

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    Vocabulary Exercise One: Sustainable Development
    Vocabulary: Sustaianable Development Paragraph
    I. Complete the following paragraph as indicated.
    Morocco is an example of a (نامية) country. In order to attain development, our country should take care of three main (قطاعات) , namely (المجتمع) , (الإقتصاد) , and (البيئة) .

    Cocerning (المجتمع), our country should solve issues such as (الأمية) , (الفقر) , (الطلاق) , (الإدمان) , (الجرائم) , and (الهجرة) .

    Regarding (الإقتصاد) , the government should work hard to eliminate problems like (البطالة) , (الخدمات) , (التغطية الصحية) , (البنية التحتية) and (فرص العمل) .

    With Regard to (البيئة) , Morocco should make great (مجهودات) in order to combat different (قضايا) related to (الثلوث) , (الإحتباس الحراري) , (تغير المناخ) , (الطاقة المتجددة) and (تدوير الازبال) .
    Finally, countries all over the world should give (أولوية) to solving issues related to society, economy and environment (لكي) achieve development in the (المدى البعيد) .
    Vocabulary Exercise Two: Sustainable Development
    Vocabulary Exercise: Sustainable Development
    I. Choose the correct modal to complete the sentences below
    1. Mohamed 6th said that Morocco should invest in economic (grow) in order to avoid future crisis.
    2. The excessive (consume) of natural resources will endanger us.
    3. Time (manage) and discipline are they keys of success.
    4. This associations raises people’s (aware) about the dangers of drugs.
    5. The war in Syria caused so much (destroy) to people and buildings.
    6. The association will work to fight (illiterate) in rural areas.
    7. You should be responsible to make a (decide) about your future.
    8. Morocco signed an economic (agree) with African countries.
    9. The king said Moroccans should be (optimism) about the future.
    10. Benkirane gave a (humour) speech. He made the audience laugh.

    Vocabulary Exercise Three: Sustainable Development
    Vocabulary: Sustaianable Development Paragraph
    I. Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the list.
    areas | warming | illiteracy | care | opportunities | credits | renewable

    A. The government promised to create more job for people who have diplomas.
    B. The bank offers micro to people who want to start a business.
    C. Our association will organize a campaign to fight among women and children in rural areas.
    D. Air pollution will cause global in the future because the temperature of the each is increasing.
    E. Many students who live in rural drop out of school because schools are very far.
    F. Solar and wind energy are examples of energies that we should always preserve.
    G. Many doctors in Morocco threatened to resign because of the corruption in the health sector in Morocco.

    Functions Exercise One: Expressing Cause and Effect
    Language Functions: Expressing Cause and Effect
    I. Choose the correct linking word to complete the following sentences.
    Many university graduates are unemployed. They emigrate to look for jobs.
    1. Many university graduates are unemployed they emigrate to look for jobs.
    2. Many university graduates emigrate to look for jobs they are unemployed.
    Schools are very far in rural areas. Students drop out of school at an early age.
    1. Students drop out of school at an early age schools are very far in rural areas.
    2. Schools are very far in rural areas students drop out of school at an early age.
    People throw waste in the street. The rate of land pollution is increasing.
    1. The rate of land pollution is increasing people throw waste in the street.
    2. People throw waste in the street the rate of land pollution is increasing.
    Mr. Thomas had been smoking for many years. He got lung cancer last year.
    1. Mr. Thomas had been smoking for many years he got lung cancer last year.
    2. Mr. Thomas got lung cancer last year he had been smoking for many years.
    Most families are poor in rural areas. They can't send their children to school.
    1. Most families in rural areas can't send their children to school they are poor.
    2. Most families in rural areas can't send their children to school poverty.
    3. Most families are poor in rural areas they can't send their children to school.
    The government does not create job opportunities. Moroccan youths emigrate abroad.
    1. The government does not create job opportunities Moroccan youths emigrate abroad.
    2. Moroccan youths emigrate abroad the government does not create job opportunities.
    3. Moroccan youths emigrate abroad the fact that the government does not create job opportunities.
    Thomas is illiterate. He can’t read and write.
    1. Thomas can't read and write illiteracy.
    2. Thomas can't read and write he is illiterate.
    3. Thomas is illiterate he can't read and wrire.
    Amina dropped out of school at an early age. She is poor.
    1. Amina dropped out of school at an early age she is poor.
    2. Amina dropped out of school at an early age poverty.
    3. Amine is poor she dropped out of school at an early age.
    Youths in Morocco are unemployed. They emigrate to Spain to work.
    1. Youths in Morocco emigrate to Spain to work unemployment.
    2. Youths in Morocco emigrate to Spain to work they are unemployed.
    3. Youths in Morocco are unemployed they emigrate to Spain to work.
    Tom needs a lot of money to buy a new car. He works day and night all week.
    1. Tom works day and night all week he needs a lot of money to buy a new car.
    2. Tom needs a lot of money he works day and night all week.
    My grandmother is finally able to read and write. She attends adult literacy courses.
    1. My grandmother is finally able to read and write adult literacy courses.
    2. My grandmother is finally able to read and write she attends adult literacy courses.
    3. My grandmother attends adult literacy courses she is finally able to read and write.

    Functions Exercise Two: Expressing Cause and Effect
    Language Functions: Expressing Cause and Effect
    I. Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the list.
    1. Many people immigrate to cities job opportunities are rare in rural areas.
    consequently | because | thanks to | as a result
    2. My friend managed to get an excellent mark in the exam he prepared well for it.
    consequently | because | thanks to | as a result
    3. My grandmother can now read and write literacy classes she takes every day.
    consequently | because | thanks to | as a result
    4. Many students drop out of school poverty and hard life conditions.
    since | because of | thanks to | therefore
    5. Mr. Link is a very competent teacher students enjoy his classes.
    since | because | thanks to | as a result
    6. Parents can’t afford to pay school fees for their kids they are unemployed or have low paying jobs.
    consequently | because | thanks to | as a result
    7. Humour is better than medicine people have started using it at work and school.
    since | because | thanks to | as a result

    Functions Exercise Three: Expressing Cause and Effect
    Language Functions: Expressing Cause and Effect
    I. Choose the correct linking words to complete the sentences below;
    1. A lot of students drop out of school their parents are unemployed.
    2. Many rural women are able to read and write literacy classes.
    3. Ali couldn't go to school yesterday the fact that was sick.
    4. The students returned to their homes the teacher was absent.
    5. Amine missed the bus he didn't wake up on time yesterday.
    6. Leila got a good mark her great effort along the year.
    7. The rain was very heavy the plane coudn't take off.
    8. Schools are very far in rural areas a lot of students do no complete their secondary education.
    9. Some students spend so much time chatting they don't have time to do their homework.
    10. Nabil didn't revise his lessons he didn't get a good mark in the final exam.

    Grammar Exercise One: Simple Future and Future Perfect
    Grammar: Simple Future and Future Perfect
    I. Put the verbs between brackets in the simple future:
    1. The train (leave) the station at 4:30 this afternoon.
    2. We (have) dinner at the restaurant down town tomorrow.
    3. I think that it (not/snow) tomorrow because it's very sunny today.
    4. (you/join) us at the meeting next week?
    5. Wait! (you/drive) me to the airport next weekend? or should I just take a taxi?
    6. I (celebrate) my birthday next June 2nd. I hope you can come to the party.
    7. Teacher: "We (start) the session after a moment. Pay atention."
    8. The teacher change the date of the exam. Therefore, students (not/take) the exam tomorrow.
    9. I can assume that this decision (not/end) the issue of racism in our society.
    10. Next year, I (give up) smoking and take up Karate or Boxing.

    Grammar Exercise Two: Simple Future and Future Perfect
    Grammar: Simple Future and Future Perfect
    I. Put the verbs between brackets in the future perfect:
    1. Many people claim that scientists (find) a cure to many dangerous diseases.
    2. Morocco (achieve) sustainable development by 2040.
    3. By the time you arrive there, the train (leave) the station.
    4. By the end of this year, Ahmed and Jamila (know) each other for about 5 years.
    5. You are a very slow reader. I am sure that by the end of this month, you (not/read) all the chapters in this book.
    6. I know that you are very slow in typing, but (you/write) all these article by tomorrow evening?
    7. How long (you/know) your boyfriend when you get married?
    8. By August this year, students (completed) all their exams.
    9. By 11:00 this night, I (do) all my homework.
    10. By 2100, the population (grow) astronomically.

    Grammar Exercise Three: Simple Future and Future Perfect
    Grammar: Simple Future and Future Perfect
    I. Put the verbs between brackets in the future perfect or the simple future

    1. The businessman (complete) this project by next year.
    1. The businessman (complete) this project next year.
    2. Women (gain) all their rights by 2030.
    3. If I have time, I (come) you next week.
    4. Many sectors in Morocco (be) developed by 2040.
    5. By 2100, the population (grow) by almost a half.
    6. I am not sure, but, maybe I (go) to school by bus.
    7. By January 2050, I (buy) new apartment in the city.
    8. I (not/ go) to the cinema tomorrow.
    9. How many pages you (read) by 5 o’clock?
    10. We (finish) school in 5 years.
    11. This decision (not/stop) the issue of racism.
    12. Hey, (you/join) us in the seminar next week?
    13. By 2090, scientist (find) a cure to cancer and AIDS.
    14. She is very slow in writing, she (not/write) all that by 12:00
    15. I (go) to the country tomorrow if I have enough time.
    16. He promises that he (come) again next year.
    17. I (translate) all the articles by 10 o’clock.
    18. Students (discuss) the book by the end of the session.
    19. We (know) the result of our tests by the end of this week.
    20. I promise I (do) my homework in the evening.

    Reading Exercise One: Sustainable Development
    Reading Comprehension: Sustainable Development
    I. Read text and answer the questions below:

    [1] Women are central to progress in each area. In Morocco, Women Cooperatives are businesses or organizations that are owned and run jointly by women, who share their benefits. Tifaouine Ameln is an Argan cooperative of rural Moroccan women, who are specialized in making Argan oil. These 36 women come from various villages in the Ameln Valley north of Tafraoute. They show solidarity when they harvest the nuts from the Argan tree during the month of August, and then turn it into Argan oil.
    [2] In developing countries, women work an average of 60 to 90 hours a week. Much of this work is unpaid and done at home: Cleaning, cooking, childcare, and agricultural labour; and young girls account for two-thirds of the 130 million children absent from schools worldwide. Thus, Argan is extremely important, both culturally and socially in Amlen Valley. It is the main source of income for women in that region . Indeed, women are paid 40% less than men for such comparable work; Yet, women in the Tifaouin Ameln Cooperative solve their financial problems by asking for micro-credit loans so that they can start their businesses.
    [3] Cooperatives are established in order to reduce feminized poverty, educate women and eventually help empower them. Despite the fact that Amazighs use Argan oil on a daily basis in cooking or for dipping with bread, it has become a luxurious product in Europe, etc.
    [4] The biggest challenge of women in the Ameln Cooperative is to secure a stable wage and constant local and international market. Tourists continue to come to the region specifically to buy Argan. Nonetheless, in order to be sustainable and have a positive impact on reducing feminized poverty and creating fair wages, The Tifaouine Ameln Cooperative has to diversify its market.
    Comprehension Questions
    I. Are the following statements True or False justify your answer:
    1. Tifaouine Ameln is an oil cooperative:
    Justification:
    2.There are 150 women in Tifaouine Ameln Cooperative:
    Justification:
    3. Tifaouine Amlen seeks the elimination of poverty among women:
    Justification:
    II. Answer these questions from the text.
    1. What is a women cooperative?

    2. What role does the Tifaouin Ameln play?

    3. What challenges does the cooperative face?

    III. Complete the following sentence from the text.
    1. In order to solve their financial problems,
    IV. What do the underline words in the text refer to?
    1. Their (Paragraph 1):
    2. That region (Paragraph 2):
    V. Find in the text words or expressions which mean the same as.
    1. In the countryside (Paragrapg 1):
    2. To make stronger (Paragraph 3):

    Writing Exercise One: Writing a Formal Letter
    Writing: A Formal Letter
    I. Translate the words in brackets into English.
    Marrakesh Morocco
    27th December 2020
    Ministry of education
    Social Affairs department

    Dear Sir / Madam,
    I am writing this letter to (طلب) for a (منحة) in order to (أسس) “Shine Bright” association in Marrakesh.

    Our project works on the (القطاع الإجتماعي) . The main goals of this project include fighting (الأمية) among women and encouraging women to take part in (السياسة) .

    In order to achieve these objectives, our association will do many (أنشطة) . For example, we will (إشترى) school material like tables, blackboards, books and pens for women. Besides, we will (علم) women how to read and write. In addition, we will (نظم) campaigns to encourage women to take part in politics.

    To implement this (مشروع) , we will need materials such as tables, blackboards, pens and a car for school transportation. This project also needs a (ميزانية) that can be estimated at 300.000 Dirhams.
    For more (معلومات) , you can contact us at: englishwithsimo@gmail.com
    Sincerely Yours



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