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  • 1. 1) ANCIENT HISTORY True or False? Acupuncture was first used as a medical treatment in 2700 BC by Chinese emperor Shen-Nung. True
  • 2. 2) ANCIENT HISTORY True or False? At the height of its power, Sparta had 25,000 citizens, and 500,000 slaves. True
  • 3. 3) ANCIENT HISTORY True or False? In the Middle ages, (5 th -15 th century) most people believed the heart was the center of intelligence. True
  • 4. 4) ANCIENT HISTORY True or False? There has been 262 Popes. 15 have been murdered of killed. False 33 Popes have been killed or murdered
  • 5. 5) ANCIENT HISTORY True or False? Ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made from wood. False They slept on Stone pillows!
  • 6. 6) ANCIENT HISTORY True or False? The Ancient Egyptian King Pepi the 2 nd ruled Egypt for 90 years TRUE
  • 7. Traveling the World. Lesson #4
  • 8. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • 2. Hierapolis-Pamukkale (Turkey)
    • Pamukkale, meaning Cotton Castle , is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders in Turkey.
  • 9. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • Pamukkale’s ‘frozen’ waterfalls and pools were formed over thousands of years as mineral-rich spring water flowed down a high mountain wall and left behind large amounts of calcium.
  • 10. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • Here, too, is the site of the ancient city of Hierapolis, where many interesting ruins can be found, including hot baths, temples, and other Greek and Roman monuments.
  • 11. Here are some images of Hierapolis Pamukkale.
  • 12. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • 3. Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes (Korea)
    • In June 2007, Jeju Island became South Korea’s first natural heritage site to be added to the World Heritage list.
  • 13. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • Covering over 10% of the island, the heritage site actually consists of three separate areas-
  • 14. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • Geomunoreum, one of the finest lava tube systems in the world; Seongsan Ilchulbong, a huge bowl-like mountain formed during a volcanic eruption;
    Geomunoreum
  • 15. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • and 1,950 – meter high Mt. Halla, the highest mountain in South Korea.
    Seongsan Ilchulbong Mt. Halla
  • 16. Reading p163 NATURAL HERITAGE
    • These three sites are extremely beautiful and provided an extraordinary record of geological history of the Earth.
  • 17. Some images of Jeju Island.
  • 18. Comprehension Question
    • Why do you think Jeju Island has been added to the World Heritage list?
    • It was added because there are three extraordinary sites.
  • 19. Vocabulary p163
    • Monument: A structure, like a building or sculpture built as a memorial.
    • “ Greek and Roman monuments .”
  • 20. Some mysterious monuments from around the world.
    • Stonehenge England. Built around 4,500 years ago. No-one knows who built it.
  • 21. Some mysterious monuments from around the world.
    • Easter Island statues. Built 1500 years ago. No-one knows why the statues were made, because everyone on the island died.
  • 22. Some mysterious monuments from around the world.
    • Lake Michigan “Stonehenge” USA. Scientists think it may be 10,000 years old.
  • 23. Some mysterious monuments from around the world.
    • Cleopatra’s royal rooms. It is believed an earthquake 1,500 years ago threw Cleopatra’s rooms into the sea
  • 24. QUIZ TIME!
  • 25. 1) How many years ago was the Stonehenge monument built? 4,500 Years ago!
  • 26. 2) What happened to the people who made the Easter Island monuments ? They Died.
  • 27. 3) In which country was the Michigan monument built?
  • 28. Vocabulary p163
    • Volcanic: Something produced by a volcano.
    • “ Seongsan Ilchulbong, a huge bowl-like mountain formed during a volcanic eruption.”
  • 29. Here are some pictures of Volcanoes!
  • 30. Vocabulary p163
    • Eruption: A release of something.
    • “ Seongsan Ilchulbong, a huge bowl-like mountain formed during a volcanic eruption .”
  • 31. Some Volcanic Eruptions!
  • 32. Vocabulary p163
    • Extremely: Very. To a high degree.
    • “ These three sites are extremely beautiful.”
  • 33. Extremely beautiful things! Drip Sunglasses
  • 34. Extremely beautiful things! Bedroom
  • 35. Extremely beautiful things! Moscow Subway
  • 36. Vocabulary p163
    • Geological: The study of the Earth.
    • “ An extraordinary record of the geological history of the Earth.”
  • 37. Geology
  • 38.