必修 2 unit1 cultural relics reading ： in search of the amber room --- 倪丽香 高一（ 13...
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2 unit1 Cultural RelicsReadingIn Search of the Amber Room--- 13
Check homeworkP1_________ (adj.) _________ (adj.) (vt.) (3)_________ (n.) (4)_________ (n.) (5)_________ (vt.) (6)_________ (adj.) rarefancyreceptionremoveworthstyle
(7)valuable (adj.) _________ (n.) (8)survive (vi.) _________ (n.) _________ (n.) (9)amaze (vt.) _________ (adj.) _________(adj.) ___________ (n.) (10) _________ (vt.) selection (n.) survivalamazingvaluesurvivoramazementamazedselect
(11)design (n.) _________ (n.) (12)decorate (v.) _________ (n.) (13) _________ (n.) ;jewelry (n.) ()(14)doubt (n.)(vt.);_________ (adj.) (15)former(adj.) _________ (adj.)doubtfuldecorationdesignerjewellatter
2. in search _________ belong _________ (3)_________ return (4)_________ war (5)less _________ toofthanatin
What is a cultural relic?RevisionA cultural relic is something that can stand for culture, which has survived for a long time to tell the history, and it is usually very rare and valuable. Cultural relics can be buildings or objects (vases, books, sculptures, paintings, music and so on)ultureurvivedaluable
the Amber Room
amberAmber is the fossil()form of resin() from trees. It takes millions of years to form., , 40006000,
Can you imagine a room made of amber ?
In Search of the Amber RoomReading
Title: In Search of the Amber RoomWhat can we know from the title?It was lost.It is a room make of amber and it is rare and valuable.
When you see this title, what else do you want to know?Title: In Search of the Amber Room
Title: In Search of the Amber RoomPredict: What is the text about?Lets read and check!
SkimmingSkim the text quickly and try to get the main idea of the text. It tells us the amazing _________ of the Amber Room in the order of ____ , a cultural relic of two countries: _______and________.GermanyRussiahistorytime
Task1: Detailed information about the Amber Roomyellow-brownPrussiain the fancy style popular in those daysseven thousand tons of amber; gold and jewelsIt took the countrys best artists about ten years to make it.Scanning
ColorBirthplaceDesignMaterialTime to complete it
The Amber Room was designed for _____. A. Catherine II B. the palace of Frederick I C. Peter the Great D. the Prussian people2. The king of Prussia gave the Amber Room to Russia because _____. he wanted to marry Catherine II B. he thought it was no use C. he needed better soldiers D. he wanted to be friendly to RussiaBTask2: Choose the best answer.was designed forD
3. The Amber Room was stolen by ___. A. Russian soldiers B. German soldiers C. People in Konigsberg D. People in St Petersburg4. In 1941, the city of Knigsberg was in ____. A. Germany B. Russia C. Sweden D. FranceBAstolenKnigsberg
5. The new Amber Room looks much like the old one because _____. A. the Russians and Germans are good at building the Amber Room. B. it was rebuilt by the Russians and Germans with the help of its old paintings and photos. C. they found the site of the Amber Room. D. Catherines artists gave detail advice. Blooks much like
There are four clues in the text for you to understand it better. They are characters, years, places and functions.Analyzing
How many kings or queens are mentioned in this passage? Who are they?Clue 1
2. Frederick William3. Peter the Great4. Catherine1.Frederick
Their relationships1.Fredericksuccessorfather and sonfriends
1.FrederickWhat did they do to the Amber Room?passed downgave it to him as a giftpassed downhad it stolen
Fill in the form:Clue 2gave it to Peter the Great as a gift of friendship. 1770stole it.2003
yearpersonWhat happened to the Amber Room?Frederickbuilt the Amber Room.1716Frederick WilliamCatherinIt was completed the way she wanted.1941The NazisThe Russians and Germansrebuilt the Amber Room.
Fill in the following chart to show the remove of the Amber Room.Clue 3PrussiaRussiathe winter palace in St Petersburg-the summer palace outside St PetersburgKnigsberg
2.Frederick William3.Peter the Great4.Catherine1.FrederickClue 4palacea gift to exchange for friendshipreception hall for important visitorspart of her summer palace
retellingFrederickhad it built to be Frederick Williamgive it toas to exchange forin 1716Peter the Greatin return, sent to; use it as Catherinehad it moved to ; added more details toThe Nazi army stole it in 1941The Russians and Germansrebuilt it by studyingin2003
foragainstIs it worth rebuilding Yuan Ming Yuan?Debate
Homework1.Write a summary.2.Go over the Reading and find out the useful expressions in it.3. Do Exercises 1 and 2 on page 2&3.