Where is    Timbuktu? isToday, Timbuktuin the independentcountry of Mali.Some of thebeautiful oldbuildings are stillstandi...
Which one of these images is  NOT found inTimbuktu?
Where is    Timbuktu?and Sankore University is also still open, with about 15,000 students.It is a town of
Which one of these pictures is    Sankore University?
Where is    Timbuktu? itOn the one hand,is a poor town in avery poor country;on the other, thetown is home topriceless boo...
Where is    Timbuktu?which internationalorganizations suchas UNESCO havehelped to preserve.
What does the acronym U.N.E.S.C.O mean?
Where is    Timbuktu?The preciousdocuments werecopied by hand andcontain more than athousand years ofknowledge.
Where isThisTimbuktu?    town has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and now attracts curious visitors and historian...
In 1873, Jules Verne wrote a       book called ….
Where is    Timbuktu?Many people stillcross the desert orcome in on theNiger River, but itis possible to reachit by air,
Where is     Timbuktu?just as if you wereflying into Seoul,Paris, or New York.Going “from here toTimbuktu” is not asdiffic...
Comprehension Question Timbuktu is home topriceless _______ and  _____________.
Vocabulary         Independent       (2nd line 1st sentence.)    Free from others“Today, Timbuktu is in the independent   ...
Vocabulary        Contrast        (3rd sentence.)         Opposite“It is a town full of contrasts.”             (p82)
Vocabulary       On the one hand         (9th line 4th sentence.)     On the other hand“On the other hand, it is a poor to...
Vocabulary            Priceless        (10th line 4th sentence.)             Precious“the town is home to priceless books ...
There are many“Precious” Toys in the world. Can you matchthe toy with its price?
Vocabulary            Preserve        (11th line 4th sentence.)   To Keep and Protect“which international organizations su...
Vocabulary           On the edge         (1st line 2nd paragraph.)                  Rim“Although it is still remote and si...
Review Quiz Lesson’s            One to FiveLesson One Lesson Two   Lesson   Lesson   Lesson Five                        Th...
Where is Timbuktu?   (2pts)
Timbuktu sits on the edge of     which desert? (3pts)
Which is the flag of     Mali? (5pts)
Expectation or ideal means?           (6pts)
The word Timbuktu has come to refer to? (2pts)
What did people once call Timbuktu? (3pts)
What did everyone needto buy in the Desert? (5pts)
Sankore Mosquewas also known as Sankore…..? (6pts)
Correct the mistakein this sentence.                (2pts)
How many countries are there      in Europe? (3pts)
Please tell me fivethings you can see in   the Desert. (5pts)
Please choose which picture bestdescribes “Very Interested.” (6pts)
Why did Timbuktubecome a poor town? (2pts)
Who was the first person  to return alive from     Timbuktu? (3pts)
What was Timbuktu likewhen Rene Caillie arrived?           (5pts)
Please match the word with the Cat.               (6pts)
Morocco took over  Timbuktu in ?       (2pts)
Timbuktu was thecenter of which two      things?        (3pts)
How many students     attended SankoreUniversity during the reign    of King Moussa? (5pts)
Complete the Summary.       (6pts)Timbuktu was once the center of in Africa. Many schools were built to teach Islam. It wa...
A   B   C   D   E
Double BOMB!!
Lesson #5 places near and far
Lesson #5 places near and far
Lesson #5 places near and far
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Lesson #5 places near and far
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Lesson #5 places near and far
Lesson #5 places near and far
Lesson #5 places near and far
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Lesson #5 places near and far

  1. 1. Where is Timbuktu? isToday, Timbuktuin the independentcountry of Mali.Some of thebeautiful oldbuildings are stillstanding,
  2. 2. Which one of these images is NOT found inTimbuktu?
  3. 3. Where is Timbuktu?and Sankore University is also still open, with about 15,000 students.It is a town of
  4. 4. Which one of these pictures is Sankore University?
  5. 5. Where is Timbuktu? itOn the one hand,is a poor town in avery poor country;on the other, thetown is home topriceless books anddocuments
  6. 6. Where is Timbuktu?which internationalorganizations suchas UNESCO havehelped to preserve.
  7. 7. What does the acronym U.N.E.S.C.O mean?
  8. 8. Where is Timbuktu?The preciousdocuments werecopied by hand andcontain more than athousand years ofknowledge.
  9. 9. Where isThisTimbuktu? town has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and now attracts curious visitors and historians from around the world.
  10. 10. In 1873, Jules Verne wrote a book called ….
  11. 11. Where is Timbuktu?Many people stillcross the desert orcome in on theNiger River, but itis possible to reachit by air,
  12. 12. Where is Timbuktu?just as if you wereflying into Seoul,Paris, or New York.Going “from here toTimbuktu” is not asdifficult as it oncewas!
  13. 13. Comprehension Question Timbuktu is home topriceless _______ and _____________.
  14. 14. Vocabulary Independent (2nd line 1st sentence.) Free from others“Today, Timbuktu is in the independent country of Mali.” (p82)
  15. 15. Vocabulary Contrast (3rd sentence.) Opposite“It is a town full of contrasts.” (p82)
  16. 16. Vocabulary On the one hand (9th line 4th sentence.) On the other hand“On the other hand, it is a poor town in a very poor country;” (p82)
  17. 17. Vocabulary Priceless (10th line 4th sentence.) Precious“the town is home to priceless books and documents.” (p82)
  18. 18. There are many“Precious” Toys in the world. Can you matchthe toy with its price?
  19. 19. Vocabulary Preserve (11th line 4th sentence.) To Keep and Protect“which international organizations such as UNESCO have helped to preserve.” (p82)
  20. 20. Vocabulary On the edge (1st line 2nd paragraph.) Rim“Although it is still remote and situated on the edge of a great desert, Timbuktu has its own airport” (p82)
  21. 21. Review Quiz Lesson’s One to FiveLesson One Lesson Two Lesson Lesson Lesson Five Three Four 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6
  22. 22. Where is Timbuktu? (2pts)
  23. 23. Timbuktu sits on the edge of which desert? (3pts)
  24. 24. Which is the flag of Mali? (5pts)
  25. 25. Expectation or ideal means? (6pts)
  26. 26. The word Timbuktu has come to refer to? (2pts)
  27. 27. What did people once call Timbuktu? (3pts)
  28. 28. What did everyone needto buy in the Desert? (5pts)
  29. 29. Sankore Mosquewas also known as Sankore…..? (6pts)
  30. 30. Correct the mistakein this sentence. (2pts)
  31. 31. How many countries are there in Europe? (3pts)
  32. 32. Please tell me fivethings you can see in the Desert. (5pts)
  33. 33. Please choose which picture bestdescribes “Very Interested.” (6pts)
  34. 34. Why did Timbuktubecome a poor town? (2pts)
  35. 35. Who was the first person to return alive from Timbuktu? (3pts)
  36. 36. What was Timbuktu likewhen Rene Caillie arrived? (5pts)
  37. 37. Please match the word with the Cat. (6pts)
  38. 38. Morocco took over Timbuktu in ? (2pts)
  39. 39. Timbuktu was thecenter of which two things? (3pts)
  40. 40. How many students attended SankoreUniversity during the reign of King Moussa? (5pts)
  41. 41. Complete the Summary. (6pts)Timbuktu was once the center of in Africa. Many schools were built to teach Islam. It was also home to a booming gold and salt trade. People called Timbuktu the “City of Gold.” , Timbuktu began to lose its reputation after it was taken over by Morocco in 1591. This little old town now belongs to the independent country of Mali. It is a town of a
  42. 42. A B C D E
  43. 43. Double BOMB!!
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