Presentation on theme: "A Brief Introduction to World Heritage Sites in Passive Voice"— Presentation transcript:
1A Brief Introduction to World Heritage Sites in Passive Voice File Three— Application / Production
2Content Part I— Part II— Part III— Application of Passive Voice with 10 World Heritage SitesPhotos of the World Heritage SitesMaps of the Countries with the World Heritage SitesImportant Facts Written in Passive VoicePart II—Integration of Knowledge from Different Categories by Sorting OutPart III—A variety of Tastes in the Same ClassA Survey Linked to Microsoft Excel
3Part I— Application of Passive Voice with 10 World Heritage Sites The Great Pyramid in Giza, EgyptThe Stonehenge near London, EnglandThe Parthenon Temple in Athens, GreeceThe Great Wall near Beijing, ChinaThe Colosseum in Rome, ItalyThe Easter Island of ChileThe Leaning Tower of Pisa, ItalyThe Angkor Wat in CambodiaThe Inca- Machu PicchuThe Taj Mahal in Agra, India
9The Great PyramidThe Great Pyramid is located in Giza, Egypt, North Africa.It was built around 3,000 B.C.It was made of 300,000 rocks.It might be completed by 100,000 workers.The Great Pyramid was built for the kings to start a new trip into another life.So far, it has been visited by millions of tourists from countries around the world.
11The Stonehenge near London, England The World Heritage Sites
12The Stonehenge near London, England The Stonehenge is located near London, England, West Europe.The question of who built the Stonehenge might be unanswered forever.Most people believe that the Stonehenge was begun around 3,000 B.C.The Stonehenge has been called Britain’s greatest national icon.So far, it has been visited by thousands of tourists from countries around the world.
15The Parthenon Temple in Athens, Greece The Parthenon Temple is located in Athens, Greece, South Europe.It was built from 447 to 432 B.C.It was made of white marbles, with 17 columns along each of its sides and 8 columns on each end.But most of its columns were broken because of long history.The Parthenon Temple is known for the ideals of order and harmony.So far, it has been visited by millions of tourists from countries around the world.
18The Great Wall near Beijing, China The Great Wall is located near Beijing, China, East Asia.It might be started more than 2500 years ago in several sections.It was linked in Qin Dynasty ( BC).The Great Wall was built to protect the country and people from enemy’s attack in the north.In the past, it was once seen by American astronauts from the spaceship in the space.So far, it has been visited by millions of visitors from countries around the world.
21The Colosseum in Rome, Italy It is located in Rome, Italy, South Europe.It was started by an Roman emperor between 70 and 76 A.D., and completed by his son in 80 A.D.It was built for people rather than for the emperor himself.The bloody fights between gladiators and beasts were held in the Colosseum.The Colosseum was made of bricks inside.So far, it has been visited by millions of tourists because it is easy to get there.
27The Easter Island of Chile The Easter Island is located in the South Pacific Ocean near Chile.It was discovered by Polynesians around 400 A.D.It is best known for the Moai Statues on the coast.887 huge stone heads were built here.The questions of who these heads were, how and why they were built here might not be answered forever.Since 1995, the Easter Island has been added to UNESCO's World Heritage List but hasn’t been visited by many tourists because it’s too remote.
30The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy The Leaning Tower is located in Pisa, Italy, South Europe.It was started in 1173 A.D. and completed in 1372 A.D.It was made of fine marbles.The Leaning Tower was built as a bell tower for the church.It has been leaning since it was started first.So far, it has been visited by millions of tourists from countries around the world.
33The Angkor Wat in Cambodia The Angkor Wat is located in a jungle in Cambodia, South-eastern Asia.It was made of red stones more than 800 years ago.More than 100 temples were built here.The question of who built them can not be answered.The Angkor Wat was discovered by a French man in 1860.So far, it has been visited by millions of tourists from countries around the world.
36The Inca- Machu PicchuThe Inca Empire was located in Central & South America between 1200 and 1535 A.D.It was ended in 1535 by Spanish.The ruins of Inca city Machu Picchu can be found on highlands of the Andes Mountains.Their leaders and common people were placed in different levels of the city.The Inca homes were made of stones.So far, it has been visited by very few tourists because it is too hard to get there.
40The Taj Mahal in Agra, India The Taj Mahal is located in Agra, India, South Asia.It was started in 1630 A.D. and completed in 1648 A.D.It was made of fine marbles.The Taj Mahal was a tomb which was built by a king for his beloved queen.So far, it has been visited by thousands of tourists from countries around the world each year.It would be listed on my travel list in the future.
41Time for Group Work Cooperation Makes Us All Become Champion We Are WinnersTwo Heads Are Better Than One
42Part II— Integration of Knowledge from Different Categories by Sorting Out Geographical RegionsHistorical TimelineBuilding TypesMaterials UsedMethods AppliedPurposesTravel Priority
43Sorting Out the World Heritages Where is it / are they located?When was it / were they built?What was it / were they?With what material was it / were they made of?How was it / were they built?Why was it / were they built?
44Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Geographical Regions The Great WallThe Angkor WatThe Taj MahalThe Parthenon TempleThe Leaning TowerThe ColosseumThe StonehengeAsiaEuropeAmericaThe IncaThe Easter IslandOceaniaAfricaThe Great Pyramid
45Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Historical Timeline B.C1000 A.D2000 A.D.The Great PyramidThe StonehengeThe Parthenon TempleThe Great WallThe year Jesus was born. The first Christmas.The Colosseum in RomeThe Easter Island (discovered)The Leaning Tower of PisaThe Angkor WatThe Inca- Machu PicchuThe Taj MahalIndustrial Revolution,1750
46Industrial Revolution 500BC AD AD ADJesus was born.Before Industrial Revolution: Objects were made by hand piece by piece.After Industrial Revolution: Objects were made with machines in a large amount at a time.
47Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Building Types The Great PyramidThe Taj MahalTombTemple/ ChurchStrongholdNeighborhoodTheaterStatueUnknownThe Angkor WatThe Leaning TowerThe Inca-Machu PicchuThe ColosseumThe Easter IslandThe StonehengeThe Great Wall
48Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Materials Used The Great Pyramid/ The Great WallThe Easter Island/ The Stonehenge/ The Inca MachuPichuStones / RocksMarblesBricksWoodMud/ DirtThe Parthenon TempleThe Leaning TowerThe Taj MahalThe ColosseumNoneNone
49Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Methods Applied By handWith modern machines (Industrial Revolution in England in 1750 A.D.)All of them.None.
50Sorting Out the World Heritages --Purposes UnknownEntertainmentMemorialRulingDefenseReligionThe Stonehenge/ The Easter IslandThe ColosseumThe Great Pyramid/ The Taj MahlThe Inca Machu PichuThe Great WallThe Leaning Tower/ The Angkor WatThe Parthenon Temple
51Part III—Survey A Variety of Tastes in the Same Class Travel PriorityA Survey Linked to Microsoft ExcelTravel Priority in Bar GraphTravel Priority in Pie ChartMy Travel Project
52Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Travel Priority The Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt —( ) personsThe Stonehenge near London, England —( ) personsThe Parthenon Temple in Athens, Greece —( ) personsThe Great Wall near Beijing, China —( ) personsThe Colosseum in Rome, Italy —( ) personsThe Easter Island of Chile —( ) personsThe Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy —( ) personsThe Angkor Wat in Cambodia —( ) personsThe Inca- Machu Picchu —( ) personsThe Taj Mahal in Agra, India —( ) persons
53Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Travel Priority in Bar Graph
54Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Travel Priority in Pie Chart
55My Travel Project Days Budget (US/NT dollars) Airlines City, Country Travel Spot (Destination)Transportation: plane, train, bus, car, camel, tram, taxi, gondola, llama, on foot.Accommodation: hotel, motel, hostel, inn, home stay, B&B)
56UNESCO World Heritage Centre - The List Source (I)UNESCO World Heritage Centre - The ListMemphis and its Necropolis - the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur (1979)Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites (1986)(The Parthenon Temple) Acropolis, Athens(1987)The Great Wall - UNESCO World Heritage Centre (1987)(The Colosseum ) Historic Centre of Rome, (1980)(Easter Island) Rapa Nui National Park (1995)(The Leaning Tower) Piazza del Duomo, Pisa (1987)Angkor - UNESCO World Heritage Centre (1992)Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu - UNESCO World Heritage Centre (1983)Taj Mahal - UNESCO World Heritage Centre (1983)
57Source (II-1) The Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt The Seven Wonders: The Great Pyramid of GizaThe Stonehenge near London, England1. Stonehenge - Information and pictures on Stonehenge from the official website of English Heritage2. Stonehenge.co.uk - Your guide to StonehengeThe Parthenon Temple in Athens, Greece1. MSN Encarta - Parthenon2. Acropolis, in Athens, Greece
58Source (II-2) The Great Wall near Beijing, China 1. Forgotten Wonders: The Great Wall of ChinaThe Colosseum in Rome, Italy1. Forgotten Wonders: The Colosseum2. The Colosseum.net : The resourceful site on the Colosseum3. The Colosseum in RomeThe Easter Island near Chile1.Easter Island Foundation and Easter Island Guidebook2.Easter Island Home Page3.Easter Island travel, South Pacific islands, by David Stanley
59Source (II-3) The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy 1. The Leaning Tower of Pisa - official web site2.The Unofficial English Language --LEANING TOWER of PISA WEBSITEThe Angkor Wat in Cambodia1. Angkor Wat Information Pages2. Forgotten Wonders: Angkor WatThe Inca- Machu Picchu1. Machu Picchu - tips and insights by a travel authority2. The Machu Picchu Library3. The Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
60Source (II-4) The Taj Mahal in Agra, India 1.Treasures of the World - Taj Mahal2.The Taj Mahal, IndiaMap Collection - World Sites AtlasThe World's Top 100 Wonders home page