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by Monica Hughes
- ISBN: 1403462828
- Category: Сhildren's books
- Author: Monica Hughes
- Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Heinemann (February 28, 2005)
- Pages: 24 pages
- FB2 size: 1268 kb
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Nile River: the longest river in the world 6,650 km in length, Nile River of North-East Africa is the lifeline of a number of countries. Here is a picture of the Nile: Sources
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Write the unit title The world around us on the board and elicit what the title refers to (all the things we see, hear and experience in our everyday lives). Elicit ideas from different students about how they would personally describe the world around them. 8 D (We often look at constructions and monuments and think they represent what a culture was like, bu. t’s the ordinary aspects of everyday life that tell us a lot more.
The World Around Us. Задачи урока: 1. Развивающие: развитие . Развивающие: развитие навыков аудирования и устного высказывания по теме. 2. Информационные: обобщение имеющихся у учеников знаний по теме. Today he is our guest. a). What is the name of the planet we live on? b) How many oceans are there on our planet? Show them on the map. c). How many continents are there?
During the late Eocene, around 35 mya, Antarctica and South America separated and South America became a.Skilled artisans, the Moche were a technologically advanced people who traded with faraway peoples, like the Maya.
During the late Eocene, around 35 mya, Antarctica and South America separated and South America became a massive, biologically rich island-continent .
The US has a vast geographic setting with about a total of . million miles of rivers flowing through i. For millennia, the area around the upper Missouri River was home to Native American people such as the Blackfeet, Hidatsa, and Crow. million miles of rivers flowing through it. Find a map with data of the longest rivers in US. Considered the Center of Life for the Great Plains, the Missouri River has served as the main artery for exploration, food, trade, and transportation for millions of people over thousands of years.
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