World Heritage Statue of Liberty Shat Gambuj Mosque
Unit: Eight World Heritage (The Shat Gambuj Mosque) Page: 124
Result of learning: After having studied this lesson, learners will be able to 1.listen for specific information. 2.read and understand texts through silent reading. 3.ask and answer questions. 4.describe a place.
Picture of some more world heritage sites Buddhist Bihar, PaharpurSundarban, Khulna Pyramid, Egypt Great Wall, China Tajmahal, India
Keep it in mind A combination of Mughal & Turkish structure Declared as world heritage site by UNESCO in 1985 Founder: Khan Jahan Ali Foundation period: Mid 15 th century. Location: Bagerhat, Khulna (Near the Sundarbans)
Unique feature: 60 domes Remarkable features: Arched doorways: East- 11 South & north-7 each 60 pillars
Some new words: Mihrab, Arched doorways, Warriors, Terracotta, Reservoirs, Monument. MihrabArched doorways Warrior Terracotta Reservoir Monument
Group work: 1.Use the following words in sentences: Outskirt, infrastructure, mangrove forest, habitable, interior 2. Write two features of the Shat Gambuj Mosque.( Every group should write two individual features)
Now, Let’s have some test 1.What is world heritage site? 2.Tell the name of the world heritage sites in Bangladesh. 3.What is the most remarkable thing of the Shat gambuj mosque? 4.Fill the gap: A passageway under a curved structure is a _ _ _ _.
Sundarbans One of the world heritage sites of Bangladesh Some animals & resources of the Sundarbans
Home work: Write a paragraph on the Sundarbans (the largest mangrove forest of the world)