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Unit 14. Wonders of the world

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Người gửi: Phạm Anh Huy
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WONDERS OF THE WORLD
UNIT 14:
Look at the pictures, which you collected.
Studio : Anh Hung
Good !
Good !
Studio : Anh Hung
Good !
Studio : Anh Hung
Good !!
Studio : Anh Hung
Look at pictures
What do you know about the places ?
Stonehenge
The Pyramids
Sydney Opera House
Match the names of these famous world
landmarks to the correct pictures.
This ancient monument of huge, rough-cut stones standing alone on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, has captured imaginations for centuries. No one knows exactly who placed them there or why. Speculation ranges from human sacrifice to astronomy. It seems to have been designed to allow observation of astronomical phenomena--summer and winter solstices, eclipses and more          
Stonehenge was built in three stages from about 3000 to 1800 B.C. The first stage was a circular earth formation; the second consisted of timber being added to the circle; and the third stage was constructed of bluestones. Two hundred to 300 years later, the sarsen stones were added. These are taller than the bluestones and form the upside-down "u" now seen.
Perhaps the most impressive part of Stonehenge is how it was built. The first phase, the ditch around Stonehenge, was dug using antlers, bones and even bare hands. The bluestones, which weighed four tons each, came from over 240 miles away. They had to be floated by boat then carried across land. The heaviest sarsen stone weighed 50 tons and would have had to be dragged along by 500 people. Even if 600 people had been working continuously, it would have taken more than a year to complete. For hundreds of years, the great stones of Stonehenge gradually fell, or people carried them away to make bridges and mill dams.

Was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon.
Was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 20 October 1973.
Presented, as its first performance, The Australian Opera`s production of War and Peace by Prokofiev.
Cost $AU 102,000,000 to build.
Conducts 3000 events each year.
Provides guided tours to 200,000 people each year.
Has an annual audience of 2 million for its performances.
Includes 1000 rooms.
Is 185 metres long and 120 metres wide.
Has 2194 pre-cast concrete sections as its roof.
Has roof sections weighing up to 15 tons.
Has roof sections held together by 350 kms of tensioned steel cable.
Has over 1 million tiles on the roof.
Uses 6225 square metres of glass and 645 kilometres of electric cable.
Look at a game, which you collected.
Good !
Studio : Anh Hung
Nga,Nhi,Hoa are playing game.
Listen to the conversation and find out the game, the rules of the game.
Golden Gate Bridge
Statue of Liberty.
Nga,Nhi,Hoa are playing game.
Listen to the conversation and find out the game, the rules of the game.
Game
rules
Think of a famous person or place.
- Give the clue. (It isn’t in Viet Nam”)
- Only answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’
- Ask 20 questions.
A
B
20 Questions.
It’s a guessing game.
It’s a clue.
They are playing a guessing game.
It’s a guessing game, too.
I don’t know how to play it.
Listen and repeat.
Practice with two classmates
Summarize the rules of the game.
20 Questions
Complete the summary.
Use words from the dialogue.
Hoa, Nga and her cousin Nhi were bored, so Nga suggested that the play a …………........ called 20 Questions. She explained the rules and then the girls started to play. Nga thought of a ……………. and she gave the others a ……..… by saying that it wasn’t in ……………. Nhi found out the place was in ….…………..Hoa thought it was the ………… Gate Bridge, but that is in San Francisco. Nhi was ……… When she said it ……..…….. the Statue of Liberty.
game
place
clue
Viet Nam
New York
Golden
right
was
Can we play 5 Questions ?
I thought of a place?
I give you a clue.
Do you know how to play it ?
☺ guessing game
☺ clue
☺ I don’t know how to play it ?
Place is in Viet Nam.
Home work
Write the annotation of the pictures which you collected.
Give a guessing game and tell the rules of the game..
Practice the dialogue again.
Prepare the next period : “write”.
See you late.
Good luck.
Moreover ...
Hanging Garden
Zeus
Artemis
Mausoleum
Colossus
Pharos
Seven Wonders of the World
Pyramid
Angkor wat
Eiffel Tower
Angkor Thom
Golden Gate Bridge
Grand Canyon
Great Barrier Reef
Taj Mahal
in Viet Nam...
HaNoi
Stele-bearing turtles in the Van Mieu
The One-Pillar Pagoda
HoanKiem Lake
Hue
THIEN MU PAGODA
ENTRANCE TO THE FORBIDDEN
EMPEROR KHAI DINH’S MAUSOLEUM.
EMPEROR MINH MANG’S MAUSOLEUM.
OLD CANNONS.
HA LONG BAY
Guessing games !
Guessing games !
Ghep hinh
Ghep anh
Da Lat
 
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