الصف الثامن المنهاج الأردني الوحدة السادسة

الصف الثامن المنهاج الأردني الوحدة السادسة

Action Pack 8

 الصف الثامن Eighth Grade

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 Module 6 الوحدة السادسة

Lesson 1 الدرس الأول

حل أسئلة

 كتاب النشاط Activity book

 كتاب الطالب pupil’s book

الصف الثامن المنهاج الأردني الوحدة السادسة

First section, pages 47–48

1. – A ditch is a long channel at the side of a road or field.
– To carve is to make a pattern on wood or stone.
– Heritage is the objects or qualities from previous generations.
– To incorporate is to include something as part of a group or plan.
– Prehistoric means relating to the period before anything was written down.
2. 1. have taken 2. have given 3. have suggested
4. have believed 5. have shown
3. 1. Stonehenge hasn’t always looked the way it does now.
2. Different experts haven’t given the same date for the building of Stonehenge.
3. For centuries, archaeologists haven’t believed that people used Stonehenge as a health centre.
4. Recent studies haven’t confirmed what archaeologists said in the past about Stonehenge.
5. People haven’t used Stonehenge as a home.

Second section, pages 48–50

1. 1. has had 2. haven’t occupied 3. has remained
4. has become 5. has allowed
2. 2. Has/ever experienced; she has; was
3. Has/ever travelled; he has; did he travel; travelled
4. Have/taken; they have; did she take; did he take
3. 1. Have people used Stonehenge as a citadel or a health centre?

People have used Stonehenge as a health centre. They haven’t used it as a citadel.
2. Have people used Stonehenge as a place for burying the dead or a campsite?
People used Stonehenge as a place for burying the dead. They haven’t used it as a campsite.
3. Have people left or destroyed Angkor? People have left Angkor. They haven’t destroyed it.
4. Have people built Machu Picchu in Mexico or Peru? People have built Machu Picchu in Peru. They haven’t built it in Mexico

4. 1. People have used cars instead of horses to travel.
2. Mosquitoes and flies haven’t all died.
3. The letters C, X or Q haven’t disappeared from our everyday alphabet.
4. People have spoken English more than any language in the world.
5. Photographs have shown all of nature’s colours.
6. People have used wireless telephones all over the world.

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Third section, page 51
1. Students’ own answers
2. Students’ own answers
3. Students’ own answers

Fourth section, pages 52–53

1. England is full of strange traditions, but there aren’t any as weird as Swan Upping. Each year,
The Swan Wardens of the Dyers’ Company and the Vintners’ Company go up the River Thames in six rowing boats. They’re accompanied by the Queen’s Swan Marker. They’ve got to sail from Sunbury to Abingdon. Their job is to mark the swans they find along the way to show who their owner is. Swans belonging to the Dyers’
Company get one cut in their beaks, the Vintners’
Company’s swans get two cuts, and the Queen’s
swans remain unmarked. Don’t miss the action!
You can watch it from the river bank

2. In the Middle East, there has recently been a very interesting discovery of thousands of lines.
These structures which are in the middle of the desert are visible only from the air. Although they have probably been there for about 2,000 years,
nobody has ever seen them before now. Different designs cover a large area from Saudi Arabia to
Syria. Archaeologists are now doing more research on the structures.
3. World; Heritage; sites; complexes; citadels
4. 1. After 2. Another goal of the renovation
3. The first 4. Then, 5. Finally,

What I have learnt, pages 54–55

1. 1. have only been 2. have seen 3. haven’t got
4. haven’t visited 5. have just climbed
2. a. Some ancient sites took 2,000 years for people
to build them.
b. Many people have worked hard to preserve
Petra.
c. Ancient Jerash was on important trade routes.
d. Natural disasters have destroyed many historic complexes.
e. UNESCO has included many cities in its list of
World Heritage Sites.
3. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. b

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I now know …, pages 56–57
1. a. will float b. will launch c. won’t be able
d. won’t navigate e. will fall apart
2. 1. have to 2. have to 3. can’t 4. have to 5. can’t
3. a. I hasn’t visited haven’t visited Machu Picchu yet, but I would love to go there one day.
b. Archaeologists still not have guess haven’t guessed why people left Angkor in 1434.
c. People has living have lived in the ancient city
of Jerash for over 5,000 years.
d. The Jerash Festival have happen has happened every year for the past 30 years.
e. Archaeologists have discover have discovered that Gobekli Tepe is 6,000 years older than Stonehenge

Reading for fun A

1. Suggested answers
1. He didn’t really mean it. He was trying to be brave.
2. Malek acted this way as he wanted to keep his money.
3. Mansour waited one week because he was feeling sad.
4. He chose to cook using the flame of a candle as he knew it wouldn’t work. He was trying to show Malek that a candle could not have kept him warm.
5. Students’ own answers
6. Students’ own answers
2. 1. proudly 2. roof 3. sight 4. loud 5. receive
6. neighbour
3. 1. were talking 2. is sleeping 3. saw 4. stayed
5. brough

Reading for fun B

1. Suggested answers
1. He made clothes from leaves and weapons
from sticks.
2. milk, fruits, fi sh, eggs
3. Suggested answers
He learnt that all creatures see with their eyes
and have blood moved through them by the heart.
4. Students’ own answers
2. 1. T 2. F 3. F 4. T 5. F
3. 1. perfection 2. shade 3. raised 4. tame
4. 1. Hayy will realise at the end that all living things are connected as one.
2. He saw/has seen the ravens burying their food

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