Unit 1 Cultural Relics. Are they cultural relics? Ming Dynasty vase Taj Mahal (泰姬陵) ivory dragon boat Mogao Caves.

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What is a cultural relic? Any object, building or itemthat has survived for a long time (a long history). Any object, building or item that has survived for a long time (a long history). Tells us something of the way people lived at the time it was made. May or may not be valuable.

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Unit 1 Cultural Relics Are they cultural relics? Ming Dynasty vase Taj Mahal ivory dragon boat Mogao Caves What is a cultural relic? Any object, building or itemthat has survived for a long time (a long history). Any object, building or item that has survived for a long time (a long history). Tells us something of the way people lived at the time it was made. May or may not be valuable. What does a room made of amber look like? Amber survives for thousands of years in St Petersburg in Russia in St Petersburg in Russia the Amber Room Skimming 1.The topic of the passage is _______ A. the history of the Amber room. A. the history of the Amber room. B. where the Amber Room is now. B. where the Amber Room is now. C. how the Amber Room became the wonder. D. how the Amber Room got lost. E. how the Amber Room was made. E. how the Amber Room was made. F. why the Amber Room was made as a gift F. why the Amber Room was made as a gift A Para 5 Para 4 Para 1 Para 1 Para 3 Para 3 Para 2 Para 2 The passage develops in the order of ________ time Find out some details about the Amber Room (From Para 1) design color time cost material in the fancy style yellow-brown color like honey decorated with tons of amber, gold and jewels It took artists about ten years to make. Peter the Great In return Frederick William A troop of best soldiers gave it to 1716 1. 2. 3. 4. 600 Read para 1 and 3 and tell why the Amber Room is one of the wonders of the world. 1. Several tons of amber were used to make it. 2. The design of the room was in the fancy style popular in those days. 4. Almost six hundred candles lit the room, and its mirrors and pictures shone like gold. 3. It was also a treasure decorated with gold and jewels, which took the countrys best artists about ten years to make. The amber room became part of the Czars winter palace and ________ as a small _________ hall. The room was __________ with more_______ according to Catherine s request. From the Amber Room, the Russians were able to remove __________ and small art _______. The _______ boxes which contained 100,000 pieces were no ______ put on a train for a German city. The missing of the amber room remains a __________. The ___________of the Amber Room was completed by studying of the________ pictures to __________the birthday of St Petersburg. years rebuilding served reception completed details furniture objects mystery former wooden doubt celebrate Frederick Frederick William Peter the Great Catherine Nazi Summary Is it worth rebuilding lost cultural relics such as the Amber Room? Is it worth rebuilding lost cultural relics such as the Amber Room? Give your reasons. Discussion Would you consider ? Do you have any ideas about ? What do you think of ? Whats your idea/opinion of ? What are your reasons for saying that? I think/dont think that I agree. Sorry, I dont agree. In my opinion, I dont believe because