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Описание презентации 1 p 90 World Heritage Sites Agra Bath по слайдам
1 p 90 World Heritage Sites Agra Bath Vladimir Yaroslavl 1 Which country is each in? 2 What do you know about these buildings? 3 Why are they considered important? Single Round Robin – 3 min
1 p 90 Read, Check your guesses and Match the pictures and the texts – 5 min Continuous Round Robin – 3 min Partner 2 starts
1 p 90 Pic. 1 This is a famous cathedral in Vladimir, Russia. It is sometimes called the Dormition Cathedral. It is one of the famous ‘White Monuments’ and it is important because it is one of the oldest and biggest churches in Russia. Pic. 2 This is the city of Bath, which is in the southwest of England. The picture shows Pulteney Bridge, designed by Robert Adam. It is one of the best . . . . examples of Georgian architecture in Britain.
1 p 90 Pic. 3 This picture shows the Taj Mahal, which is in India. This is a very famous white marble temple which is beautifully decorated. It is an important testament to the skill of the Mughals, who built it. Pic. 4 This is Yaroslavl, which is in Russia. Yaroslavl is famous for its old buildings, especially the churches. They are important because of the frescoes inside them.
2 p 90 – Text A Simultaneous Rally Table — 3 min Face partners Writing on 2 papers
2 p 90 – Text A 1 On 2 Been 3 Not 4 Also 5 From 6 Are 7 as
2 p 90 – Text B Rally Table – 3 min 1 paper Shoulder partners, A starts Compare with another pair
2 p 90 – Text B 1 Was 2 As 3 Of 4 Back 5 Its 6 Most 7 in
2 p 90 – Text C Simultaneous Round Table – 3 min
2 p 90 – Text C 1 For 2 From 3 Which 4 Never 5 Into 6 Of 7 include
2 p 90 – Text D Round Table – 3 min P 3 starts
2 p 90 – Text D 1 By 2 That 3 Other 4 Which 5 Bath 6 One 7 been
3 p 90 Listen-Read Continuous Round Robin – 5 min Partner 4 starts
3 p 90 1 Vladimir lost its prominence as a result of foreign occupation. 2 A monument built by a devoted husband can be found in the city of Agra. 3 It is surprising that Bath has many fine Georgian buildings because the city was bombed during World War II. 4 You would go to Yaroslavl to see examples of the best wall paintings. 5 Agra is noted for having a long tradition of learning and literature. 6 Bath became a popular place to visit in the 18 th century because of the hot springs and the many places of entertainment there.
4 p 90 Rally Table – 3 min Face partners B starts
4 p 90 symmetry: proportion mausoleum: tomb established: set up prosperity: wealth former: previous renowned: famous exteriors: outer surfaces fashionable: stylish extensive: widespread
5 p 90 Mix-Pair-Share Timed-Pair-Share – 1 min Partners with lighter eyes start
6 p 90 Stir the group – 2 min Writing as many reasons as possible Stand Find a partner Write as many as possible – 4 min Who’s got the same opinion as you?
6 p 90 I would like to visit the Taj Mahal. I have seen many photographs of this building and I think it looks amazing, so I would like to see it for myself.
Project RAFT Role – guides Audience – tourists Format – commenting videos, photos in an entertaining way: excursion Topic – A World Heritage Site building — Its history — Its significance/ importance — peculiarities of its design Be ready to answer tourists’ questions!!!
Project The Kazan Kremlin is situated in the Republic of Tatarstan. It is a group of historic buildings that date back to the period between the 16 th and 19 th centuries. They were built on an ancient site and some of the remains of the earlier structures, dating back to the 10 th century, were integrated into the new buildings. The Kazan Kremlin is considered important because the site and the monuments are an exceptional example of the combination of Tatar and Russian architectural influences. Originally a Muslim monument, it was conquered by Ivan the Terrible in 1552 and became Christian. It therefore represents both faiths as well as being a symbol of historical continuity. UNESCO declared the Kazan Kremlin a World Heritage site in the year 2000.
Reflection There was a young man from Dealing Who caught the bus for Ealing. It said on the door “ Don’t spit on the floor” So he jumped up and spat on the ceiling