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Traveling the world #1

  1. 1. How’s your memory?Please remember these World Heritage sites, and the countries they are from!
  2. 2. Fraser Island, Australia
  3. 3. Amazon, Brazil
  4. 4. Rocky Mountains, Canada
  5. 5. Thebes, Egypt
  6. 6. Vatican City, Vatican
  7. 7. Taj Mahal, India
  8. 8. Venice, Italy
  9. 9. Machu Picchu, Peru
  10. 10. Saint Petersberg, Russia
  11. 11. Berne, Switzerland
  12. 12. Traveling the World. Lesson #1
  13. 13. Reading p160“Heritage” is what we have received from the past, what we live with today, and what we will pass on to future generations.
  14. 14. Reading p160 That is why the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO) created the World Heritage Committee in 1972 to protect the world’s heritage sites.
  15. 15. Reading p160There are more than 860 world heritage sites all around the world, and UNESCO continues to add to the list.
  16. 16. Reading p160Now, let’s take a look at some of the world’s greatest cultural and natural treasures, whichoffer rare beauty and also
  17. 17. Reading p160teach us about the great civilizations of the world.Shall we begin?
  18. 18. Comprehension QuestionWhy was the World Heritage Committee created?The World Heritage Committee was created to protect the world’s heritage sites.
  19. 19. Vocabulary p160Treasure: Something valuable. “Now let’s take a look at some of the world’s greatest cultural and natural treasures.” 2nd paragraph, 1st sentence.
  20. 20. There are many kinds of treasure.Which treasure is the one for us?
  21. 21. Vocabulary p160Heritage: “Something we have received from the past, what we live with today, and what we will pass on to future generations” First word p160
  22. 22. Please tell me the names of these four Korean heritage sites.
  23. 23. Vocabulary p160Generation: All people born around the same time. “We will pass on to future generations.” p160 1st sentence.
  24. 24. How many Generations are there in this photograph?
  25. 25. Vocabulary p160Organization: A group of people who have come together for a reason. (See also Association-Company)Cultural Organization. (UNESCO) 1st paragraph, 2nd sentence.
  26. 26. CEODirector of DirectorOperations SalesManager Accounts Manager Assistant Manager Workers Recently Fired
  27. 27. Vocabulary p160Committee: A chosen group of people who provide a service or function.“UNESCO created the World Heritage Committee in 1972.” 1st paragraph 2nd sentence.
  28. 28. The cartoons in the Committee that fired Sponge Bob were. `
  29. 29. Vocabulary p160Rare: Uncommon, unusual.“Cultural and natural treasures which offer rare beauty.” 2nd paragraph, 1st sentence, 2nd line.
  30. 30. The “Frill” Shark
  31. 31. A Lighthouse
  32. 32. A Forest Fire in America
  33. 33. An Ice storm.
  34. 34. Lightning Hitting a tree
  35. 35. The Famous Teahupoo waves in Tahiti
  36. 36. Hamsters in Love
  37. 37. Vocabulary p160Civilization: Any type of culture or society.“The great civilizations of the world.” 2nd paragraph, 3rd line.
  38. 38. Here are some Civilizations from the past!
  39. 39. Mesopotamia, and Egypt
  40. 40. Babylon, and China
  41. 41. Greek and Persia
  42. 42. India, Rome and MANY MANY more!
  43. 43. Vocabulary p160Pass on to: To give.“We will pass on to future generations.” 1st sentence.
  44. 44. A Hamster giving flowers
  45. 45. Passing on a story

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