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TEACHER’S IDENTITY Class: Eight Subject: English. Unit: Nine Lesson: 2 Total SS: 85 Md. Rakibul Bari. Assistant Teacher. Matrai High School. Kalai, Joypurhat. Mobile: CONTENT IDENTITY ID NUMBER: 25
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‘The History of the Wheel’
Learning Objects/ outcome By the end of the lesson SS will able able to a.Write true or false. b. Make ‘Wh’ questions. c. Understand about ordinal numbers. d. Write a short paragraph.
READING TEXT Teacher will read the lesson loudly by following stress, intonation and pronunciation. SS will listen.
Wheel Vocabulary Valley Pioneer Warfare A circle object A low area between hills A person who develops a new idea and technique The activities of fighting a war
Individual Work Read the statements below and say they true or false. a. The earliest wheel was discovered in 3500 B.C. Ans. True. b. The Egyptians first used wheeled chariots.Ans. True. c. The Romans first used wheeled chariots for warfare. Ans. False. Correct answer: The Ancient Indians first used wheeled chariots for warfare.
The process of making and answering questions and answers. Q. What has helped the new idea? Ans. The wheel has helped the new idea. Ans. The wheel has Q. Who first made wheels with spokes? Ans. Mesopotamians first made wheels with spokes. Q. Where was the oldest wheel discovered? Ans. The oldest wheel was discovered in Mesopotamia.
PAIR WORK Make “Wh” questions from the given answer. 1.a ? Wheels were first made by the Greeks. 2. a ? The Greeks were pioneers. 3. a ? The oldest wheel was discovered in 3500 B.C.
1. By whom were first made wheels ? 2. Who were pioneer? 3. Whe n was the oldest wheel discovered?
EVALUATION 1.By whom were first used wheels? a. Mesopotamians b. Greeks c. Indians. 2. Wheel reached the Indian Valley by a B.C. b B.C. c B.C. d B.C. 3. Mesopotamia was in ancient--- a. Greek b. Iraq c. Europe c. All of them.