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Unit 6 Mainly revision Lesson 22 Coins In what way are coins different from each other ? They may be of different sizes, weights,shapes, and of different.

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2 Unit 6 Mainly revision Lesson 22 Coins

3 In what way are coins different from each other ? They may be of different sizes, weights,shapes, and of different metals.

4 materials used for money and used to make coins. the earliest coins in the world collections of coins buried in the ground a story told by collections of coins buried in the ground information on the coins and coin designs Choose the right general idea for each paragraph: Paragraph 1 Paragraph 5 Paragraph 4 Paragraph 3 Paragraph 2

5 Note making Read the text again and make notes. Earliest coins: Information on the coin: Metals and other materials : Designs: bei money (China) from 650 BC;coins with holes from 221 BC name of the country, value,date gold, silver, seashells, wood head of a famous person, panda, and so on.

6 Answer the following questions : (1) when were the coins with holes in them used? These were used from 221BC until (2) What is the coin usually pressed with now? Was the date always included in the past? Today the coin is usually pressed with the name of the country, value of the coin and the date.In the past the date was not always included. (3) What were the earliest coins in the west made of ? The earliest coins in the west were made of gold mixed with silver.

7 (4) How many coins did the collection found in England in 1978 contain? It contained 54,951 coins dating from the year AD (5) How did so many Chinese coins get to Australia? It is known that thousands of Chinese worked in the gold mines in the late 19th century. It is possible that one of them kept a kind of bank where the workers could keep their money safe. Possibly this person died without anyone knowing where the coins were hidden.

8 Coins may be of different sizes=Coins may be different in size. be of+n. Are the two mountains ____________________ ( ) of the same height the same in height This work is ___________________( ). of great importance very important The earliest coins in the West were made of gold mixed with silver … (that are) Millions of smokers die because of illnesses caused by smoking tobacco. (which are) The largest collection ever found in England was ….…. =The large collection which was ever found in England was…

9 Fill in the blanks with suitable words. The _______ coins in the world were used in _____from ________. Coins may be of ________ _____, ________,______, and of different ________. Usually they have different ________ on the two sides. There is usually the ______ of a famous person on one ____. Today the coin is ________ with the ________ of the country, the ____ and its ________. In the past many ________ could be used for money, such as seashells, rings, bamboo sticks and so on.The earliest coins in the ______ were made of gold ______ _____silver. Many collections of coins were __________. These __________of coins sometimes tell ___ _____ that has been forgotten. earliestChina650BC different sizes weights shapes metalsdesigns headside pressednamedate valuethings Westmixed with discoveredcollections a story


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