Places near and far lesson #2

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Places near and far lesson #2

  1. 1. Seeing and RememberingI’m going to show you 10 images for ten seconds.If you can remember them all, your team will be awarded 10
  2. 2. Seeing and RememberingI’m going to show you 13 images for 13 seconds.If you can remember them all, your team will be awarded 13
  3. 3. Can you Remember?How many frogs were there ?
  4. 4. Can you Remember?What color was the fish?
  5. 5. Can you Remember?How many Pigeons were there?
  6. 6. Can you Remember?What was the color of the flower?
  7. 7. Can you Remember?How many arms did the Soccer player have?
  8. 8. Can you Remember?Which picture appears twice ?
  9. 9. Can you Remember? Final QuestionHow many swimmers were there?
  10. 10. Lesson #1 REVIEW1) The word Timbuktu has come to refer to?
  11. 11. Lesson #1 REVIEW2) Where is Timbuktu?
  12. 12. Lesson #1 REVIEW 3) What are the threecolors of the Malian flag? (in order)
  13. 13. Where is Timbuktu?At one time, Timbuktu was a very important city, like Rome, Athens, Jerusalem, and Xian.
  14. 14. Please match the city with the picture.
  15. 15. Where is Timbuktu?It was the center of learning in Africa, and people called it the “City of Gold.”
  16. 16. Where is Timbuktu?It was home to a booming gold and salt trade as well as several Universities and schools.
  17. 17. Where is Timbuktu?While traveling in thedesert, everyoneneeded salt, so theyhad to buy it inTimbuktu.
  18. 18. Where is Timbuktu?Sometimes it was more expensive than gold!
  19. 19. Where is Timbuktu?During the reign of King Mansa Moussa, beautiful mosques and schools were built to teach his religion, Islam.
  20. 20. Where is Timbuktu?The most famous of these was Sankore Mosque, also known as Sankore University, which had about 25,000 students.
  21. 21. Where is Timbuktu?Timbuktu became a cultural center, not only for Africa but for the Islamic world.
  22. 22. Where is Timbuktu?From the 12 century th until Morocco’s invasion in the 16 th century, Timbuktu enjoyed its golden age.
  23. 23. Comprehension QuestionWhat was the name of the King who built beautiful Mosques and schools?
  24. 24. Vocabulary Booming (3rd paragraph 3rd line) Successful.“It was a home to a booming gold and salt trade as well as several Universities and schools.” (p78)
  25. 25. VocabularyMosque (4th paragraph 1stline) A Muslim place of worship.. “During the reign of King Mansa Moussa, beautiful Mosques and schools were built to teach his religion, Islam.”

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