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Unit 1 Cultural Heritage Period 2 Reading and Thinking From Problems toSolutionsLook at the two photos and the title, guess what the text is mainly about.Title: From problems to solutionsPredictionKeys:Thetext is about some problems about some cultural relics and the solutions to tackle the problems.Fast ReadingRead quickly and figure out the key words of each paragraph.Paragraph 1: challengeParagraph 2: proposal led to protestsParagraph 3: committee establishedParagraph 4: brought togetherParagraph 5: successParagraph 6: spiritRead again and answer the following questions:1.Whydid the Egyptian government want to build a new dam in the 1950s?To benefit thearea bycontrol floods, producing electricity, and supplying water to more farmers in the area.2.Why did the building of the dam lead to protests?It will damage the cultural relics.3.How did the government save the cultural relics?By moving them to a safe place.4.Which one can describe the project?Successful.    B. Negative. C. Useless. D. Doubtful.5.What can be learned from the Aswan Dam project?The cooperation can solve difficult problems.Fast ReadingCareful ReadingRead more carefully and answer the following questions.1. What do “problems” refer to and what do “solutions” refer to?Problems: locals’ protests against building a new dam across the Nile.Solutions: limit damage to the Egyptian buildings and prevent the loss of cultural relics.Careful Reading2. Find out the numbers in paragraph four and explain why the author used exact numbers instead of expressions likemany.Numbers: 1961; 20; 22; fifty; 80Purpose: to make the information more concrete, and richer, and more importantly, to make it more persuasive and concise.Careful Reading3. What can you infer from “Over the next 20 years, thousands of engineers and workers rescued 22 temples and countless cultural relics”?The project is so hard that it takes 20 years to finish it.4. What can you infer from “Fifty countries donated nearly 80 million to the project”?The project cost a lot of money.Mary countries participated in the rescue and it is their team work that has saved the temples.Careful Reading5. Before the building of the dam, what problems did the Nile river bring to the Egyptians?Floods and droughts; not enough electricity.6. What words can you think of to describe the working process of the project?Hard, tough, complicated, amazing, excellent.Title: From problems to solutionsPart 1(paragraph 1)The introduction of the topicKeeping the right balance between progress and the(1)_________of cultural sites is a big challenge.protectionConsolidationDivide the passage into three parts and then fill in the blanks.Title: From problems to solutionsPart 2(paragraphs 2-5)The process of (1)______ cultural relics·Big challenges can sometimes lead to great(2)________.·The Egyptian government wanted to build a new dam, which would(3)_______many cultural relics.·The government(4)________the UN for help.·Experts made a(5)________for how to save cultural relics after a lot of efforts and the work began.·Cultural relics were(6)__________and moved to a safe place.·Countless cultural relics were rescued.·The project was a(7)_______.Part 3(paragraph 6)The summary of the textThe global community can sometimes(8)_______a solution to a difficult problem for a single(9)______.savingsolutionsdamageturned toproposaltaken downsuccessprovidenationPost readingI think although the construction is important,the government should also make an effort to protect the cultural relics. When they disappear, they won’t come back and will lose their value. The government should keep the right balance between the construction and the protection of them.1. How to deal with the construction and the protection of cultural relics?Critical thinking and discussion2. As students, what should we do to protect our cultural relics?We should know more about cultural relicsin our country and do something we can to protect the cultural relics.For example, we can spread the knowledge of cultural relics and promote the awareness of the protection of them.A big challenge—the balance between progress and the protection of cultural sites.The outline of the passageSummaryIntroduce the topic:List the evidence:ConclusionIn the 1950s the government wanted to build a newdam.In 1959, the government asked the UN for help .In 1960, the project started/began.In 1961 the first temple was moved .Over the next twenty years, the temples and cultural relics were being rescued.In 1980, the project was completed/ended.The spirit of the Aswan Dam project is still alive today. 更多

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