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  • Ancient History Trivia #2 Five True or False questions.
  • 1) Egyptian mummies were often added to skin cream in Europe after the 13 th century. True
  • 2) In ancient Egypt people shaved their head when their cat died. False People shaved their eyebrows!
  • 3) When Peter the Great found out his wife had a boyfriend, he cut the man’s head off, and put it in a jar, next to his wife’s bed. True
  • 4) In 1890, the age a woman could marry in Italy was 14. False. It was 12!
  • 5) The Vikings were the first to invent ice-skating True. They used cow bones as blades!
  • Traveling the World. Lesson #5
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • Protecting and rescuing world heritage sites are urgent tasks that require everyone’s help and cooperation.
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • Around the world, many sites are threatened by war, theft, pollution, uncontrolled development, and natural disasters.
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • Currently more than 30 (actually there are 890 now) cultural and natural sites have been placed on UNESCO’s list of heritage sites,
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • including such places as Samarra Archaeological City in Iraq,
    Samarra City Iraq
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • the old city of Jerusalem,
    The old city of Jerusalem
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • and the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
    The Galapagos Islands
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • What the list aims to do is draw the world’s attention to the critical need of protecting these sites.
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • Indeed, our world heritage sites are not just a legacy that has been left to us by our ancestors,
  • Reading p164 Protecting our Heritage
    • but also a precious treasure that we must pass on to our own children and their children.
  • Comprehension Question
    • What efforts can be made
    • to protect world heritage
    • sites?
    • To draw the world’s attention to the need of protecting these treasures.
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Rescue: To save.
    • “ Protecting and rescuing world heritage sites....”
  • There are many kinds of “rescue”. Which is the correct rescue for us? A D C B
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Urgent: Immediate attention.
    • “ Protecting and rescuing world heritage sites are urgent tasks…”
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Cooperation: To work together. “Teamwork.”
    • “ urgent tasks that require everyone’s help and cooperation …”
  • Here are some examples of cooperation and
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Threaten: To intend to cause damage. (Endanger)
    • “ Around the world, many sites are threatened by war”
  • Five “Threatened” animals. Chinese Dolphin
  • Five “Threatened” animals. Egyptian Vulture
  • Five “Threatened” animals. Gorilla
  • Five “Threatened” animals. Polar Bear
  • Five “Threatened” animals. Siberian Tiger
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Theft: To take, or steal.
    • “ Around the world, many sites are threatened by war, theft …”
  • Here are some pictures of animals stealing. Be careful! Rabbit stealing cookies! Duck stealing money! Seagull stealing ice cream Pigeon's stealing a child!
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Endangered: Threatened
    • “ Around the world, many sites are threatened by war, theft…”
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Critical: Important, Crucial.
    • “ What the list aims to do is draw the world’s attention to the critical need of protecting these sites.”
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Legacy: A gift or something left behind by your ancestors.
    • “ Indeed, our world’s sites are not just a legacy that has been left to us...”
  • Here are some more Korean World Heritage sites!
  • Changdeokgung Palace Complex
  • Gochang, Hwasun and Ganghwa Dolmen Sites
  • Jongmyo Shrine
  • Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty.
  • Seokguram
  • Can you remember the five Korean World Heritage sites?
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Be placed on the list of.
    • “ Currently more than 30 (890) cultural and natural sites have been placed on UNESCO’s list …”
  • There are many kinds of “lists”. Which is the correct list for us? A D C B
  • Vocabulary p164
    • Draw one’s attention to.
    • “ What the list aims to do is draw the world’s attention to the critical need of protecting these sites.”
  • 2NE1 will draw one’s attention with their make-up on, or off
  • THE END