Teacher: Chen Yu. Summer Palace Workers Palace Buckingham PalaceChildrens Palace.

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Teacher: Chen Yu Slide 2 Summer Palace Workers Palace Buckingham PalaceChildrens Palace Slide 3 The Crystal Palace Lesson 80 NCE II Slide 4 For what was the palace built? How many people visited it? Where were they from? 6,000,000 visitors from many countries the Great Exhibition Slide 5 1. When and where was the crystal palace built? 2. Why was it said to be the most extraordinary building of the nineteenth century? 3. What were sent to be on show in the Great Exhibition ? 4. How did visitors travel to the exhibition? 5. How were the profits got from the exhibition used? 6. Where was it moved to after the exhibition? Slide 6 1. When and where was the Crystal Palace built? 2. Why was it said to be the most extraordinary building of the nineteenth century? 3. What were sent to be on show in the Great Exhibition ? 4. How did visitors travel to the exhibition? 5. How were the profits got from the exhibition used? 6. Where was it moved to after the exhibition? 1.It was built in Hyde Park in 1851 for the Great Exhibition. 2. It was made of iron and glass. Slide 7 Hyde Park Crystal Palace Slide 8 3. What were sent to be on show in the Great Exhibition ? 4. How did visitors travel to the exhibition? 5. How were the profits got from the exhibition used? 6. Where was it moved to after the exhibition? 1.It was made in Hyde Park in 1851 for the great exhibition. 2. It was made of iron and glass. 3. A great many goods were on show, such as machinery, Nasmyths steam hammer, etc.. Slide 9 Jacquard Loom Reaping Machine Envelope Machine Steam Hammer Slide 10 4. How did visitors travel to the exhibition? 5. How were the profits got from the exhibition used? 6. Where was it moved to after the exhibition? 1.It was built in Hyde Park in 1851 for the great exhibition. 2. It was made of iron and glass. 3. A great many goods were on show, such as machinery, Nasmyths steam hammer etc.. 4. They travelled by boat and train. 5. They used the profits to build colleges and museums. Slide 11 Slide 12 Albert Victoria Slide 13 6. Where was it moved to after the exhibition? 1.It was built in Hyde Park,1851 for the great exhibition. 2. It was made of iron and glass. 3. A great many goods were on show, such as: machinery, Nasmyths steam hammer etc.. 4. They travelld by train and boat. 5. They used the profits to build colleges and museums. 6.It was moved to South London, and was burnt down in 1936. Slide 14 Sydenham Hill in South London Slide 15 On arriving in England, they were taken to the Crystal Palace by train. ____ _____ _____ they arrived . ____ _____ they arrived . __________they arrived . As soon as The minute Immediately Slide 16 Hyde Park; 1851; iron and glass; a great many goods; train, boat; colleges, museums; South London; in 1936 Slide 17 Type: When: Expositions: Countries: two every 5 years, 6 months 40 Britain, America, France, Belgium, America Holland, Germany, Canada, Japan, and Korea, etc.Korea Japan Slide 18 Slide 19 If you are a candidate for the mayor in Shanghai, what will you do to make the Expo the most successful one ? Slide 20 If I am the mayor, ; If I am the mayoress, ; . Slide 21 Write a letter to the mayor in about 100 words offering your opinions on how to grasp the chance to develop? Slide 22