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Can you guess What the pictures are about?. The Statue of Liberty. English For Today Class-xi –x Unit: 14 Lesson:3. The Statue of Liberty. Let us watch a video on the statue of Liberty. Vocabulary Practice. 1. Symbolize: 2. Aloft: 3. Inscribe: 4. Overthrow: 5. Tyranny: 6. Sculptor:

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the statue of liberty
The Statue of Liberty

English For Today

Class-xi –x

Unit: 14

Lesson:3

vocabulary practice
Vocabulary Practice
  • 1. Symbolize:
  • 2. Aloft:
  • 3. Inscribe:
  • 4. Overthrow:
  • 5. Tyranny:
  • 6. Sculptor:
  • 7. Commemorate:
  • 8. Pedestal:
  • 9. Rivet:
  • 1o. Gesture:
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Evaluation of the vocabularies

Tyranny:Unfair and strict control-People wanted to get rid of the tyranny of the King.

7. Commemorate: To celebrate-A function was arranged to commemorate the independence day.

Rivet: Pin-The rivet of the tool has become loose.

Gesture: Sign-The gesture of Bangabandhu on 7th March was applauded by the mob.

Symbolize: Stand for-Pigeons symbolize peace.

Pedestal: Base-We keep flower on the pedestal of the ShaheedMinar.

Overthrow: bring down-President Hosne Mubarak was overthrown from power.

Sculptor: Who makes sculptures-Rasha is a famous sculptor.

Inscribe: Print on stone/metal/wood-I found the words inscribed on the wall.

Aloft: High up in the air-Our national flag is flying aloft.

evaluation of the vocabularies
Evaluation of the vocabularies
  • 1. Symbolize: Stand for-Pigeons symbolize peace.
  • 2. Aloft: High up in the air-Our national flag is flying aloft.
  • 3. Inscribe: Print on stone/metal/wood-I found the words inscribed on the wall.
  • 4. Overthrow: bring down-President Saddam was overthrown from power.
  • 5. Tyranny: Unfair and strict control-People wanted to get rid of the tyranny of the King.
  • 6. Sculptor: Who makes sculptures-Rasha is a famous sculptor.
  • 7. Commemorate: To celebrate-A function was arranged to commemorate the independence day.
  • 8. Pedestal: Base-We keep flower on the pedestal of the ShaheedMinar.
  • Rivet: Pin-The rivet of the tool has become loose.
  • Gesture: Sign-The gesture of Bangabandhu on 7th March was applauded by the mob.
questions to be practiced in the class in pairs
Questions to be practiced in the class in pairs
  • 1. Who sculptured the Statue of Liberty?
  • 2. Who engineered the internal structures of the it?
  • 3. What was the total cost of it?
  • 4. What is the name of the island where the statue is situated?
checking the answers of the students
Checking the answers of the students

Two hundred and fifty thousand dollar.

Liberty Island where the statue is situated

Alexandre G. Ifle, internal engineering of the statue

Frederic Bartholdi,Sculptored the Statue

home work and assignment
Home Work and Assignment
  • 1. What does the statue symbolize?
  • 2. What do the torch and the book in the hand of the statue symbolize?
  • 3. Do we have any symbolic monument in our country? Make a list of them.
  • 4. Write a paragraph on “The Statue of Liberty”
  • 5. Make a poster with the inscribed lines on the pedestal of the statue.
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A Dummy of the poster

Give me your tired, your poor

Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,

The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,

I lift my lamp beside the golden door!

The New Colossus (1903) Emma Lazarus

good bye and have a nice day
Good bye and have a nice day

ProshantaKumer Sarker

B.A(Hons.) English, M.A (Eng. Lit), M.A (ELT in study)

TESL(USA), John Kooij Fellowship(UK&Netherland)

Training on ICT in Education &PBL(Japan&Korea)

Lecturer of English

Agrani School and College

Azimpur, Dhaka.