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World arround us

  1. 1. Abbasova Tarana School 240
  2. 2. Subject: English Class:IX form The type of the lesson: inductive The standart: 1.1.1 ; 2.1.3; 4.1.2 demonstrates understanding of a listening passage explain their thoughts free writes the names of facts and situations The aim : enriching vocabulary, getting more information. Integration: geography , history The form of the work: work with the group, the whole class The style of work: brain storming. Resource: book, computer,projector,multimedia
  3. 3. The world around us is amazing! It's beautiful and we have the opportunity to do whatever we desire.
  4. 4. Wouldn't you love to see the Great Wall of China; the northern lights; or the Grand Canyon? I know I would! God made these incredible places for us. So let’s enjoy our world!
  5. 5. There were most impressive and beautiful man–made objects in the world was made many centuries ago.
  6. 6. The original list of world wonders was created by tourists in Ancient Greece. They chose only 7 wonders to be on the list because the number 7 had special meaning for them. 7 represented perfection and plenty.
  7. 7. The Pyramids of Egypt
  8. 8. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  9. 9. The Temple of Artemis
  10. 10. The Colossus of Rhodes
  11. 11. The Statue of Zeus at Olympia
  12. 12. The Lighthouse of Alexandria
  13. 13. The Tomb of Mausolus
  14. 14. On July 7, 2007 (7-7-07) an organization announced a "new" set of the Seven Wonders of the World based on online voting from around the world... Great Wall of China Year built: between fifth century B.C.E. and the sixteenth century Location: China (spans from Shanhaiguan to Lop Nur on the southern edge of Inner Mongolia) Who built it: Chinese Purpose/Use: protection of the borders from invading Mongols Does it still stand? Yes
  15. 15. Petra Year built: uncertain, from about 800 B.C.E. to 100 C.E. Location: modern-day Jordan Who built it: Nabetean Arabs Purpose/Use: originally temples and tombs, and expanding into a small city Does it still stand? Yes
  16. 16. Christ the Redeemer Statue Year built: 1926 to 1931 Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Who built it: Heitor da Silva Costa designed the statue; it was sculpted by Paul Landowski. Purpose/Use: monument honoring Jesus and Brazil’s Christian roots Does it still stand? Yes
  17. 17. Machu Picchu Year built: around 1450 C.E. Location: Peru Who built it: Incas Purpose/Use: a settlement and citadel Does it still stand? Yes
  18. 18. Chichen Itza Year built: beginning about 600 C.E. Location: the Yucatán Peninsula, present-day Mexico Who built it: the Mayans Purpose/Use: a settlement/city Does it still stand? Yes
  19. 19. The Roman Colosseum Year built: between 70 and 72 C.E. to 80 C.E. Location: Rome, Italy Who built it: Romans Purpose/Use: public spectacles Does it still stand? Yes
  20. 20. Taj Majal Year built: 1631 C.E. Location: Agra, India Who built it: Indians and Persians Purpose/Use: a mausoleum built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal Does it still stand? Yes
  22. 22. Here are some wonders of the modern world. Choose which seven you think should be in the list of the modern world and write the places and purpose of the chosen wonders. The Statue of Liberty Big Ben Charters Cathedral The Taj Mahal The Sydney Opera House The Panama Canal The Eiffel Tower Cristo Redemeer The Great Wall of China The Burj Al Arab The Channel Tunnel places purpose 1 a tower with bells and clock be included in a new building which was burnt in 1834 2 A mausoleum built by Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, Mumtaz 3 The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French people to the U.S.A 4 The Eiffel Tower was built for the World Exhibition in 1889 5 designed to symbolize Dubai's urban transformation 6 Protection of the borders from invading Mongols 7 Monument honoring Jesus England India USA France Dubai China Brazil
  23. 23. Read the text about 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Then choose the suitable verbs for each gap. Use the Simple Past or Simple Present Tenses. Build: About 605 B.C. Location: Irag, Baghdad The Hanging Gardens of Babylon King Nebuchadnezzar II it for one of his wives. They approximately 400 feet square and 75 feet above the ground. Slaving working shifts screws to lift water from the Euphrate Rivers to irrigate the trees, shrubs and flowers. This water irrigates the whole garden saturating the roots of plants and keeping the whole area moist. There is no physical evidence of the gardens, but many people still for them. designed search turned Note: Write the underlined sentences in the Passive Voice. were The Hanging Gardens of Babylon was designed for one of his wife by Nebuchadnezzar. The whole garden is irrigated saturating the roots of plants.
  24. 24. 6 Match the names of famous landmarks to the pictures. Then read the information about some of them and write their names on the line. 11 1 4 1 Statue of Zeus 2 Cristo Redemptor 3 Eiffel Tower 4 Taj Mahal 5 White House 6 Hanging Gardens 7 The Colosseum 8 Statue of Liberty 9 Big Ben 10 Niagara Falls 11 Wall of China 12 The Burj Al Arab The bell in the clock tower of the British Houses of Parliament: __________________________ The home and office of the US painted white: President at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC. It is built of stone ____________________________ _ Build by King Nebudchadnezzar, II for his homesick wife in 605-562 BCE ____________________________ It was the fourth oldest wonder. It was built in Olympia in 433 BCE. It was 40 feet high and represented Zeus seated elegantly on his throne : 7 8 2 12 Big Ben The White House Hanging Garden Statue of Zeus
  25. 25. Read the text about 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Then choose the suitable verbs for each. Use the Simple Past or Simple Present. The Statue Zeus of Olympia Build: about 435 B.C. Location: the Ancient Greek City of Olympia In about 435 B.C. the city of Olympia built a temple to honour the god Zeus. Athenian sculptor Phidias created an ivory Zeus seated on a throne. Eventually, wealthy Greeks decided to move the statue to a place in Constantinople. However, a severe fire destroyed the Statue in 462 A.D. The tools which Phidias used to craft the statue are safely in a museum for the future generation to see. Note: Write the underlined sentences in the Passive Voice. A temple to honour the god Zeus was built in about 435 B.C An ivory Zeus seated on a throne was created by sculptor Phidias.
  26. 26. Do you think these statements are true (T), or false (F). Guess as many answers as you can. 1. The Taj Mahal was build 700 years ago. 2. The Great Wall of China was built to keep people from escaping to the North. 3. The Cheops pyramid is only remaining of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World. 4. Gustave Eiffel built bridges before he created the Eiffel Tower. 5. The Taj Mahal is a monument of a symbol of love of India. 6. The Long Wall is amazing monument & the most celebrated symbol of Greek. 7. Statue of Zeus- the Olympic games were held to honour this God. T F
  27. 27. There are many modern wonders which have changed our modern world. What do you think what are they ? How did they change our life?
  28. 28. Travelling and exploring new places is an incredible experience if you have the chance.
  29. 29. Azerbaijan
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  31. 31. EVALUATION groups Activity Cooperation Skills
  32. 32. Homework Write project about which wonders would you like you to see ?