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  • 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.”