Have you heard abou the new 7 wonders of the world?
In 2007, The New 7 Wonder of The World were chosen by The New Wonders Foundation. Millions of people voted and at present The new 7 wonders are:
- The Great Wall
- The Taj Mahal
- The Colosseum
- Christ the Redeemer
- Chichén Itzá
- Machu Pichu
Do you know any of those wonderful places? Would you like to vist one of them?
You are going to create a power point presentation abou one of the new 7 wonders of the world, the one you would like to visit.
1. Read the article ' The New Seven Wonder of The World'
and answer these questions:
A. which of the new 7 wonders of the worls would you like to visit? why?
B. Which one wouldn't tou like to visit? Why?
You can watch the video The New Wonders of The World to choose a most suitable option.
2. After you read the article and watch the video and chose one of the new seven wonders off the world you can start you power point presentation. (you can work with a classmate that chose the same option than you or make it individually)
POWER POINT PRESENTATION
Do some research about the place you chose.
Your PPP should include this information:
- Pictures about the new 7 wonder of the world you chose.
- Name of the Country and city where it is placed.
- Number of people that visit it per year.
- When it was created
- Why would you like to visit this place.
3. Tell your classmates which is the new 7 wonder of the world would you like to visit. Present your PPP in class.
Power Point Presentation.
The PPP should include pictures and key concepts such as important names and numbers. (it has to be just a help for your memory to develop the presentation)
you should develop fluently your presentation. For this keep in mind:
- use of conector when you explain.
- correct pronunciation. You can check pronunciation in Cambridge Dictionary.
- Correct use of grammar. For this keep in mind: Adjectives order in descriptions and use of past tense when you refer to history events.
if you work with one of your classmate remeber to organize your turns of talking.
Scale: Excellent - Very Good - Good - Need work