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  • 1. Hebron glass<br />
  • 2. 1-Before reading<br />Look at the picture. What is it ? Doyou know where it was made? Do you know how glass is made?<br />
  • 3. 2-Listen and read.<br />Hebron is well-known for its beautiful glass vases. However few people know that the industry now uses recycled glass. <br />
  • 4. Glass –blowing was invented in this region several thousand years ago. In the past the glass was made from sand and soda ash. Nowadays ,most of it is made from old bottles and broken glass. Workers collect used glass and smashit into small pieces before they put it into very hot ovens. It is heated until it becomesliquid. <br />
  • 5. Liquid glass is blown throughpipes. The workers make it into the shape they want. Hebron is famous for dark blue jugs and vases, but the factories also make dark yellow ,red and green glass. <br />
  • 6. The modern way to make glass in Hebron helps the environment in three ways: <br /> a) Waste glass is collected and recycled. It doesn't pollute the environment. <br />b) Newresources aren't needed to make the glass. <br />c) Broken glass becomes liquid at a lower temperature than sand. As a result, less fuel is needed to heat the ovens. <br />
  • 7. 3-Read and answer<br />A-HOW old is the Hebron glass –blowing industry?<br />-Over 600 years.<br />B- Are the sentences True or False?<br />1- Glass in Hebron used to be made from sand and soda ash ( )<br />True<br />2- Glass in Hebron is still made from sand and soda ash ( )<br />False<br />
  • 8. C-Does the new process of making glass usemore or less fuel than the old process?<br />- It uses less fuel.<br />D- For how long is the broken glass heated in the oven?<br />- Until it becomes liquid.<br />E-What are Hebron glass factories famous for making?<br />- Dark blue jugs and vases.<br />
  • 9. Made by: <br />Rasha Abu Munshar<br />Seventh Grade<br />Rushdya School<br />To : Teacher Taghreed<br />

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