By Penny Ur
This crucial direction offers a accomplished simple advent to instructing languages, to be used in pre-service or early adventure settings. it may be utilized by teams of lecturers operating with a coach, or as a self-study source. The Trainee's publication presents the entire initiatives given ordinarily publication yet with no heritage info, bibliographies, notes or strategies. it really is compatible for these learning on a trainer-led direction, the place suggestions is instantly to be had.
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Certain other questions come to mind when trying to understand the incredible mystery of these fantastic monuments: questions such as why would someone-let's say a king-require that 100,000 workers labor for twenty years to construct a tomb to place his dead body in? Was it his attempt to secure immortal life for his soul when his body had stopped functioning? Was it his attempt to hide his possessions from robbers? Was it his fear of being forgotten-of being human rather than superhuman? Or was it his attempt to be equal to an immortal god?
Using information recorded in your notes, write a description of the pyramid. 4. Discuss the problems the pharaohs encountered in using pyramids to mark their burial sites. Describe the steps King Thutmose I took to resolve these problems and then describe other solutions that the pharaohs could have employed. 5. " 46 UNIT lWO HISTORY: Tha Passing of lima and Civilizations 6. Describe the following : a. the unification of China b. the changes brought about by Qin Shihuang c. the tomb-construction project d.
Name was Ying Zheng B. E. by defeating six other kingdoms 1. Ended power of other kingdoms 2. Started centralized imperial system, which lasted more than 2,000 years IV. To unify and protect empire A. Standardized system for writing Chinese characters B. Decreed one system of weights and measures C. Decreed one system of currency D. Constructed Great Wall of China 1. Small walls across northwest frontier joined 1,500 miles E. Road-building project 1. Three major highways-6,800 kilometers (4,225 miles) 2.
A Course in Language Teaching: Practice of Theory (Cambridge Teacher Training and Development) by Penny Ur