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  • 1. How’s your memory?Please remember these World Heritage sites, and the countries they are from!
  • 2. Fraser Island, Australia
  • 3. Amazon, Brazil
  • 4. Rocky Mountains, Canada
  • 5. Thebes, Egypt
  • 6. Vatican City, Vatican
  • 7. Taj Mahal, India
  • 8. Venice, Italy
  • 9. Machu Picchu, Peru
  • 10. Saint Petersberg, Russia
  • 11. Berne, Switzerland
  • 12. Traveling the World. Lesson #1
  • 13. Reading p160“Heritage” is what we have received from the past, what we live with today, and what we will pass on to future generations.
  • 14. Reading p160 That is why the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO) created the World Heritage Committee in 1972 to protect the world’s heritage sites.
  • 15. Reading p160There are more than 860 world heritage sites all around the world, and UNESCO continues to add to the list.
  • 16. Reading p160Now, let’s take a look at some of the world’s greatest cultural and natural treasures, whichoffer rare beauty and also
  • 17. Reading p160teach us about the great civilizations of the world.Shall we begin?
  • 18. Comprehension QuestionWhy was the World Heritage Committee created?The World Heritage Committee was created to protect the world’s heritage sites.
  • 19. Vocabulary p160Treasure: Something valuable. “Now let’s take a look at some of the world’s greatest cultural and natural treasures.” 2nd paragraph, 1st sentence.
  • 20. There are many kinds of treasure.Which treasure is the one for us?
  • 21. Vocabulary p160Heritage: “Something we have received from the past, what we live with today, and what we will pass on to future generations” First word p160
  • 22. Please tell me the names of these four Korean heritage sites.
  • 23. Vocabulary p160Generation: All people born around the same time. “We will pass on to future generations.” p160 1st sentence.
  • 24. How many Generations are there in this photograph?
  • 25. Vocabulary p160Organization: A group of people who have come together for a reason. (See also Association-Company)Cultural Organization. (UNESCO) 1st paragraph, 2nd sentence.
  • 26. CEODirector of DirectorOperations SalesManager Accounts Manager Assistant Manager Workers Recently Fired
  • 27. Vocabulary p160Committee: A chosen group of people who provide a service or function.“UNESCO created the World Heritage Committee in 1972.” 1st paragraph 2nd sentence.
  • 28. The cartoons in the Committee that fired Sponge Bob were. `
  • 29. Vocabulary p160Rare: Uncommon, unusual.“Cultural and natural treasures which offer rare beauty.” 2nd paragraph, 1st sentence, 2nd line.
  • 30. The “Frill” Shark
  • 31. A Lighthouse
  • 32. A Forest Fire in America
  • 33. An Ice storm.
  • 34. Lightning Hitting a tree
  • 35. The Famous Teahupoo waves in Tahiti
  • 36. Hamsters in Love
  • 37. Vocabulary p160Civilization: Any type of culture or society.“The great civilizations of the world.” 2nd paragraph, 3rd line.
  • 38. Here are some Civilizations from the past!
  • 39. Mesopotamia, and Egypt
  • 40. Babylon, and China
  • 41. Greek and Persia
  • 42. India, Rome and MANY MANY more!
  • 43. Vocabulary p160Pass on to: To give.“We will pass on to future generations.” 1st sentence.
  • 44. A Hamster giving flowers
  • 45. Passing on a story

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