Викторина по страноведению "Best Expert on Britain Tournament"; классы с углубленным изучением английского языка; 9-11 класс

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Pedsovet.su Конкурс презентаций «Я мыслью улечу к брегам туманным Альбиона» «Best Expert on Britain Tournament» викторина по страноведению для учащихся 9-11 классов с углубленным изучением английского языка Левенцева Татьяна Александровна, учитель английского языка МОУ «Гимназия №3» г. Воркуты 2015
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Best Expert on Britain Tournamen
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Main Menu work Click on a bar to choose the Tour Click the Knight to return to Main Menu
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Main Menu Choose the Tour Finis h
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Read the fact and choose the best variant to finish it. Click the number to read the fact. Don’t forget to write down your variant into the answer sheet.
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1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 4. 12. The ‘Loch’ is are ano Scottish of the Gaelic UK is … and square Irish word kilometers. for a… …… 8. The Cumbrians occupy nearly the whole of 1. British Isles lie … of the continent Europe. 7. mountains cover the greater part of … 13. The biggest lake in Scotland is Loch … 20. Thou, inch, foot, yard, chain, furlong 11. The … doesn’t flow through England. 9. 10. The highest longest mountain river in peak Britain in Britain is the … is .… 15. There are no … mines in great Britain. 3. The … lies between Britain and the 17. …total is concentrated in London, Glasgow, 5. There is place situated more than 21. The British Isles includes more than 16. … is often called the “Garden of England”. 6. The nature of great is greatly 18. 2. The eastern not much coast developed of the in Great British Britain. 19. basic unit of British currency is ... 14. In ancient times the Isles were river b. lake c. pond d. ocean a. 344 c.… 424 a. Englandc. Scotland Great Britain. to the north c. to the south refer to . a. Snowdon c. Ben Nevis coal b. copper c. silverd. gold a. Mersey b. Bann c. Avon d. Medway Morar b. Lomondc. Ness d. Awe Kent b. west c. northd. east a. Thames b. Trent c. Clyded. Severn Newcastle, Liverpool and Belfast. from the seashore. continent of Europe. large and small islands. affected by the … . a. winemaking c. by fishing Isles is washed the… . a. dollar c. shilling probably covered with … forests. b. d. 324 b. 244 Wales d. Northern Ireland a. southern & middlec. northern, western & middle b. to the east d. 100 toc. the west Càrn Eige d. Carrauntoohil a. area c. length b. mass d. volume sheep-farming ship-building 40 – 60 km c. – 120 km a. English Channelc. North Channel b. heavy machinery d. chemical industry a. mountains c. channels a. Black 500 b. c. 5 c. oak b. North 50 d. 5000 b. elm pound d. euro Sea c. Sea a. ash d. pine b. northern & eastern d. eastern, middle & western b. 120 cattle-farming d. coal-mining b. – 150 km d. 110 – 130 km Menai Strait forests d. sead. Minch b. Irish Sea d. Mediterranean Sea Geography Tour
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Read the fact and choose the best variant to finish it. Click the number to read the fact. Don’t forget to write down your variant into the answer sheet.
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1 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 3 4 1 4 5 1 5 6 1 6 7 1 7 8 1 8 9 1 9 1 0 2 0 9. The Domesday Book was a survey England’s 3. … revolted against the Roman occupation in 60 1. The ... were not barbaric and came from 8. … became the first Norman king in England. 10. 13. … The spent plan most of the of Gunpowder his life in Crusades Plot was in to the blow Holy up 2. Roman Emperor … carried out two 12. The bloody dynastic struggle for the English 11. The Hundred Years War broke out in … 5. Heptarchy included … .of 7. The Battle of Hastings occurred in … 18. The … was the ship that transported first 4. They were making raids against the 16. modern Union Flag or Union Jack was 15. The … Parliament was joined to the English 17. phrase ‘jewel of the Crown’ refers to … ..… . 6. They invaded British Isles in 8th century. 14. The Great Fire of London broke out in … 19. A political protest by the Americans in the 20. The war of Independence was lost by .one AD. Land. … . Richard France .was throne a. the named Lion-Heart as the Wars c. c. William of the the … Conqueror . the expeditions to settle in Britain inof 55 and 54 BC. th th in 1707 to form the Parliament of Great English Pilgrims to America. during the Norman conquest England. a. 1381 b. 1337 c. 1453 d. 1348 adopted in … . British colony of Massachusetts, against tax British throughout 5 and 6 centuries. a. Australia b. India a. five kingdoms six kingdoms a. 1666 b. 1605 c. 1665 d. 1066 English army in the last battle of… . Romansc. Celts b. Vikings d. Scots the Alfred House the Great ofJulius Commons c. Richard c. Big the Ben Lion-Heart a. Queen Boudicca c. Prasutagus a. land and cattle c. people and cattle a. Picts c. Brits b. Celts d. Romans b. King Arthur d. Harold, Earl of Wessex Caligulac. Caesar Britain. a. Plantagenet c. Crowns policy of the British government got name c. Canada d. New Zealand a. Maypole b. Mayflower a. autumn of 1066 c. spring of 966the a. 1706 b. 1707 c. 1603 d. 1801 Angles c. Saxons b. ten kingdoms d. seven kingdoms a. Philadelphia b. New Jersey b. the William House the of Conqueror Lords d. Tower d. King Bridge Arthur Queen Victoria d. Druids b. land and people d. land and castles Claudius d. Vespasian ofb. … . b. Knights d. Roses a. Irish b. Scottish c. Mayday d. Maylady b. d.Quebec summer of 1006 Jutes d.of All1166 of the mentioned. c.winter Saratoga d. c. American a.Welsh Revere d. Buffet b. Bridgewater Dinner c. Boston Tea Party d. Concord Lunch History Tour
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Read the list of events and match with the correspondent picture. Click the letter to see the picture. Don’t forget to write down your answer into the form.
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A B C D G H I J M N O P S T U E F K L Q R V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Trooping the Colour Maundy Thursday Changing the Guard Highland Games The ceremony of the Keys The Lord Mayor’s Show Mounting the Guard The Garter ceremony Remembrance Day The Queen's Speech Ceremonial search in the Palace of Westminster The State Opening of Parliament Pearly Kings and Queens Festival Guy Fawkes Day Maypole Dancing Boxing Day Carol Singing Pancake Race Egg Rolling Morris dancing Eisteddfod Oak Apple Day Traditional Tour
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Look at the picture and solve the crossword about famous British or London sights. Fill in the crossword form. The first letter of any name goes into the number box. Grey box is for the space between two words in the name of a sight.
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Sightseeing Tour
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Read the biographies and match them with the four given pictures of famous British people on each page. Write their names in English or Russian. Guess who is the 5th one. Write down his/her name in English or Russian.
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1. The first female prime minister of Britain, ___ was a controversial figurehead of conservative ideology during her time in office. 2. ___ is considered one of the most famous characters of Scotland's cultural history. He is best known as a pioneer of the Romantic movement. 3. English admiral ___ circumnavigated the globe in 1577-1578, helped defeat the Spanish Armada and renowned seaman of the Elizabethan era. was the most 4. ___ , pop star, composer, songwriter, and recording artist, founded the band that impacted the music scene like no other before or since. ? 5. Infamous murderer ___ killed at least five London female prostitutes in 1888. Never captured, his identity is one of English's most famous unsolved mysteries. Personality Tour
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6. ___ is an internationally renowned fantasy writer. He is best known for authoring The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. 7. ___ was the first queen to rule England (1553–58) in her own right. She was known a cruel one for her persecution of Protestants. 8. Author ___ wrote 60 mystery stories featuring the wildly popular detective character Sherlock Holmes and his loyal assistant Watson. 9. Dame ___ is the bestselling mystery author of all time. Her characters, Miss Marple and repeatedly portrayed on film. Hercule Poirot, have ? been 10. ___ is best known for his work as a naturalist, developing a theory of evolution to explain biological change. Personality Tour
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11. ___ , often called the English national poet, is widely considered the greatest dramatist of all time. 12. ___, a Scottish knight, became a central early figure in the wars to secure Scottish freedom from the English, becoming one of his country's greatest national heroes. 13. ___ , famously married six times, and played a critical role in the English Reformation, Protestant nation. turning his country into a 14. British conspirator ___ was executed in 1606 for attempting to blow up the Parliament building in what became known as the Gunpowder Plot. 15. ___ was crowned in 1953. Her 60 years on the throne was ? celebrated in June 2012, with the Diamond Jubilee. Personality Tour
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16. Lewis Carroll was the pen name of ___, author of the children's classics "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass." 17. English physicist and mathematician ___, most famous for his law of gravitation, was instrumental in the scientific revolution of the 17th century. 18. English poet ___ wrote the unfinished work, The Canterbury Tales. It is considered one of the greatest poetic works in English. 19. One of the most adored members of the British royal family, she died in a 1997 car crash. 20. According to legend, Anglo-Saxon gentlewoman ___ rode ? nude through Coventry, England in a deal to reduce taxes. She also founded a monastery there. Personality Tour
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» Использованная литература, Интернетресурсы »    » »    •Использованная (и рекомендуемая для подготовки команд) литература: К.И. Кауфман, М.Ю. Кауфман, Страницы британской истории, Титул, 2004 Ю.Б. Голицынский, Great Britain, Каро, СПб, 2008 Ю.Ф. Гурьева, Deep are the roots…, Титул, 2004   Использованные (и рекомендуемые для подготовки команд) Интернетресурсы: http://www.visitbritain.com/ru/About-Britain/ http://www.biography.com/ http://www.learnenglish.de/britishculture.html

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Автор: Левенцева Татьяна Александровна  Asio
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1 sonya5698 • 22:53, 10.07.2015
Спасибо за интересное и содержательное мероприятие, правда не совсем разобралась, как правильно использовать некоторые элементы интерактива, в частности, при нажатии на цифры вопросы наслаиваются друг на друга. Но в целом, я данную разработку взяла себе на заметку
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2 Asio • 23:32, 10.07.2015
И Вам спасибо за отзыв! Изображения и вопросы появляются по клику, а "уходят" автоматически через 2-4 сек. Это сделано для того, чтобы у ребят было время подумать или вернуться к нужному вопросу или изображению, если нужно. Ребята схватывают суть быстро, это проверено. А, если нажимать на все кнопки подряд, и не ждать, когда изображение или вопрос исчезнет, тогда, да, они будут наслаиваться один на другой. Еще раз спасибо за отзыв.