Reading p161 CULTURAL HERITAGE1. Abu Simbel (Egypt)Abu Simbel is a set of two massive rock temples in southern Egypt. They were built in the 13 th century B.C. for Pharaoh Ramesses II (2nd) and his queen.
Reading p161 CULTURAL HERITAGE1. Abu Simbel (Egypt)Thanks to UNESCO, the temples were safely moved to a new location high above the Aswan Dam in the 1960’s.
Reading p161 CULTURAL HERITAGE 1. Abu Simbel (Egypt)If it were not for this, Abu Simbel would now be 60 meters underwater! This was the first of UNESCO’s efforts to protect world heritage sites.
Reading p161 CULTURAL HERITAGE2. The Taj Mahal (India)The Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983, is considered “the jewel of Muslim art in India.”
Reading p161 CULTURAL HERITAGE 2. The Taj Mahal (India)It was built by the Indian Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died during the birth of their 14th child.
Reading p161 CULTURAL HERITAGE 2. The Taj Mahal (India)Its architecture combines Persian, Turkish, Indian, and Islamic styles. It was constructed over a period of 22 years, employing 20,000 workers and over 1,000 elephants.
Which Picture is NOT a “Model” of the Taj Mahal?
Comprehension QuestionWhich was the first UNESCO effort to protect world heritage sites?Abu Simbel was the first World Heritage site to be protected by UNESCO
Vocabulary p161Massive: Something VERY big! Huge.“Abu Simbel is a set of two massive rock temples in southern Egypt.” First sentence, (Abu Simbel)
Vocabulary p161Temple: A place of worship. “Thanks to UNESCO, thetemples were safely moved.” First sentence, (Abu Simbel)
Vocabulary p161 Muslim: A believer of Islam“the jewel of Muslim art in India.” First sentence, second line (The Taj Mahal)
Vocabulary p161Emperor: A male ruler of an Empire. “It was built by the Indian Emperor Shah Jahan.” Second sentence, third line (The Taj Mahal)
Vocabulary p161 Memorial: A monument(something built) to remember someone. “It was built by the Indian Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his wife.” Second sentence, third line (The Taj Mahal)
Vocabulary p161 Architecture: The art and science of making buildings.“Its architecture combines Persian, Turkish, Indian, and Islamic styles.” Third sentence, fifth line (The Taj Mahal)
Vocabulary p161Combine: To bring into or join.“Its architecture combines Persian, Turkish, Indian, and Islamic styles.” Third sentence, fifth line (The Taj Mahal)
Question: What do you get if you combine a suitcase with feet?
Vocabulary p161 Construct: To build.“It was constructed (Taj Mahal) over a period of 22 years.” Fourth sentence, sixth line. (The Taj Mahal)
Vocabulary p161If it were not for: Without“If it were not for this, Abu Simbel would now be 60 meters underwater.” Fourth sentence, sixth line. (Abu Simbel.)
If it were not for my brother, I would be drinking Cola!
If it were not for my exams, I could go home to sleep.
Vocabulary p161As a memorial to:In memory of.It was built (Tal Mahal) as a memorial to his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Second sentence, 3rd and 4th line (Taj Mahal)
What did he say?If you don’t understand what you need to do inthe Speaking Exam, ask Scott, or your English teacher.
1) What kinds of movies do you like? 2) What’s the best movie that you’ve seen?3) Do you think there’s too much violence on television, movies, and internet? 4) What’s your favorite kind of book?5) What fun things can you do for 0 dollars?6) What do you do in your free time?7) What kind movie do you hate?8) What’s your favorite “Soap Opera” or “Drama?”9) What’s your favorite kind ofsport? 10) How long should a couple know each other before they get married?11) What do you expect from your future husband?12) What’s the best way to find a boyfriend?13) Have you ever hada pet? Would you like to?14) Why do you study English?15) Who was your favorite teacher in Middle school? Why?16) How are you different from your parents?17) Are you the same as your parents?18) Is it important to wear make-up? 19) What do you do on the weekend?20) Do you think art is important? Why?21) What’s the best thing to happen in your life so far?22) Who is your favorite family member?23) What are three things you do with your family?24) What are you like as a person25) Describe your best friend.26) What do you do on your birthday?27) What kind of clothes doyou like to wear?28) What kind of people do you like?29) What’s your favorite place at home? Why?30) What’s your favorite kind of weather?31) What do you like the most about your school?32)What would you like to change about your school?33) What do you normally eat for dinner?34) Where do you like to eat? Why? 35) What’s you favorite kind of exercise?36) When you go out, where do you like to go?37) What country would you like to visit? Why?38) What does your name mean?39) What’s the best place for a foreigner to visit in Seoul? Why?40) What is your favorite color?Why?41) How do your parents punish you? 42) If you had one million dollars, what would you dowith it? 43) Do you like cooking? Why or why not? 44) Tell me some things on the walls of your room? 45) Do you prefer outdoor or indoor activities? What are they? 46) What’s the most popular sport in your country? Why? 47) Do you think students should have cell phones in class? Why, or why not? 48) Describe a perfect life. 49) Should art and music be High school subjects? Why? Whynot? 50) What Korean meal would you cook for a foreigner?
Scoring System Category 10 9 8 7 Scor e Grammar Final Score Vocabulary 50-48 Highest Level (10) Fluency 47-44 Second Highest Level (9) 43-40 Third Highest Level (8) Listening 39-35 Lowest Level (7)Voice, and non VerbalCommunication
Example Scoring Card Student: 서비밀 Category 10 9 8 7 Scor e Grammar Vocabulary Fluency ListeningVoice, and non VerbalCommunication