Lesson #3 places near and far updated oct 2011

  • 645 views
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
645
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. This is what you will do.1) You will be given a piece of paper.
  • 2. This is what you will do.2) On this piece of paper there will be six categories like these.
  • 3. This is what you will do.The Captain of your team will write the first word in the first category.
  • 4. This is what you will do.The person next to the Captain will write the second word, and so on until each person in the team has written one word.
  • 5. This is what you will do.When your team finishes the category, the paper is passed to the Captain of the team behind you, and the process begins again.
  • 6. This is what you will do.Finally, when ALL the teams havewritten their words, the last student will give the paper to me. The faster the better!
  • 7. Lesson #2 REVIEW1)Correct the mistake in each sentence. (You can use your textbook)
  • 8. Lesson #2 REVIEW1)Correct the mistake in each sentence. (You can use your textbook)
  • 9. Lesson #2 REVIEW1)Correct the mistake in each sentence. (You can use your textbook)
  • 10. Lesson #2 REVIEW2) Please make asentence using the word “Timbuktu.”
  • 11. Where is Timbuktu?News of this vibrant city spread far and wide, arousing the curiosity of all those who heard about it.
  • 12. Where is Timbuktu?This led to increased interactions with other nations, and in 1591, Morocco took over Timbuktu, controlling it until
  • 13. Where is Timbuktu?Unfortunately, during that time, the rulers did not take good care of the city.
  • 14. There are some different kindsof “ruler,” which is the correct one for us?
  • 15. Where is Timbuktu?They killed many of the teachers and students, closed the Universities, and destroyed the trade.
  • 16. Where is Timbuktu?Timbuktu went from being the “City of Gold” to being a poor town, as it passed from ruler to ruler.
  • 17. Where is Timbuktu?In Europe, however, the city’s reputation continued to live on.
  • 18. How many countries are there in Europe?
  • 19. Where is Timbuktu?It was said that Timbuktu was covered with gold, and many royals and explorers were eager to see it.
  • 20. Which country does not have a Royal family?
  • 21. Where is Timbuktu?Various European explorers tried again and again to reach the city but I was killed. were unsuccessful.
  • 22. Where is Timbuktu?They did not know how to cross the Sahara Desert, and many did not survive their attempts.
  • 23. Comprehension QuestionBefore Timbuktu became apoor city, what was it called?
  • 24. Vocabulary Vibrant (1 sentence.) st Exciting.“News of this vibrant city spread far and wide, arousing the curiosity of all who heard about it.” (p81)
  • 25. Vocabulary Arouse (1 sentence.) st Inspire.“News of this vibrant city spread far and wide, arousing the curiosity of all who heard about it.” (p81)
  • 26. Vocabulary Lead to (2nd sentence.) To cause.“This led to increased interactions with other nations, and in 1591, Morocco took over Timbuktu, controlling it until 1780.” (p81)
  • 27. VocabularyInteraction (2nd sentence, 3rd line) Interchange.“This led to increased interactions with other nations, and in 1591, Morocco took over Timbuktu, controlling it until 1780.”
  • 28. Please choose which picture best describes the word “Interact.”
  • 29. VocabularyTake over (2nd sentence, 4th line) To Control.“This led to increased interactions with other nations, and in 1591, Morocco took over Timbuktu, controlling it until 1780.”
  • 30. VocabularyLive on. (2nd paragraph 1st line) To Survive.“In Europe, however, the city’sreputation continued to live on.”
  • 31. VocabularyEager to. (2nd paragraph 2nd line) Very Interested. “It was said that Timbuktu wascovered with gold, and many royals were eager to see it.
  • 32. Please choose which picture best describes “Very Interested.”