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Данная презентация урока-викторины по страноведению для 7 классов в школах с углубленным изучением иностранных языков. Материал, который отражен в данной презентации, является закреплением, обобщением и контролем изученного ранее материала. В данной презентации освещены следующие темы: географическое положение Соединенного Королевства Великобритании и Северной Ирландии, климат на Британских островах, растительный и животный мир, а также промышленность, её становление и развитие на Британских островах. Данный урок можно провести в виде нетрадиционной формы урока - урока -викторины, заранее разделите учащихся на две команды и объясните задания. В презентации представлены разнообразные виды заданий - лексико-грамматические задания, работа с текстом, можете сами придумать вопросы к тексту о промышленности и заниматься поисковым чтением.

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Britain FOR YOU

Britain

FOR YOU

1. The UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated on …  2. Great Britain consists of four parts: …  3. The coasts of Great Britain are washed by …  4. The coasts of Great Britain are separated from Europe by …  5. England is mostly a … country.  6. There are … regions in the north and south-west, but the rest of England is almost …  7. The climate of England is rather … because Great Britain is situated on the island surrounded by the …  8. The climate of the UK is generally mild and temperate due to the influence of the …  9. The cold air which comes to England from the continent already becomes warm when it moves across the … and brings many clouds to Britain.  10. The … … in January is 3-7 degrees above zero and in July 11-17 degrees above zero.

1. The UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated on … 2. Great Britain consists of four parts: … 3. The coasts of Great Britain are washed by … 4. The coasts of Great Britain are separated from Europe by … 5. England is mostly a … country. 6. There are … regions in the north and south-west, but the rest of England is almost … 7. The climate of England is rather … because Great Britain is situated on the island surrounded by the … 8. The climate of the UK is generally mild and temperate due to the influence of the … 9. The cold air which comes to England from the continent already becomes warm when it moves across the … and brings many clouds to Britain. 10. The … … in January is 3-7 degrees above zero and in July 11-17 degrees above zero.

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

What part of Great Britain is it?

Match the parts of the Britain with their mountains:

Match the parts of the Britain with their mountains:

  • 1. The Cheviot Hills a. England
  • 2. Snowdon
  • 3. The Pennines b. Scotland
  • 4. Ben Nevis
  • 5. The Pennines c. Wales
  • 6. The Cumbrian
Choose the suitable words for each sentences. The climate of England is rather … 2. The climate of Britain is usually … as cool … and humid. 3. Snow never … on the ground for long. 4. The climate of the UK is generally … and temperate. 5. Even on a bright sunny day one cannot … it is not going to rain in a few hours. 6. The famous London fogs are … to everyone. 7. It soon … 8. The weather is never … two days running. 9. The average temperature in January is 3-7 … 10. The cold air which comes to England from the continent to Britain … many clouds. 11. The trees and flowers begin … early in … 12. The … and mild climate is good for … 13. Sometimes it brings … or … 14. … are rare. 15. They never leave house without … or … (an umbrella, soft, to blossom, a raincoat, melts, described, the same, degrees, temperate, well-known, spring, lies, above zero, whirlwinds, brings, hurricanes, mild, be sure, plants, humid, droughts)

Choose the suitable words for each sentences.

  • The climate of England is rather … 2. The climate of Britain is usually … as cool … and humid. 3. Snow never … on the ground for long. 4. The climate of the UK is generally … and temperate. 5. Even on a bright sunny day one cannot … it is not going to rain in a few hours. 6. The famous London fogs are … to everyone. 7. It soon … 8. The weather is never … two days running. 9. The average temperature in January is 3-7 … 10. The cold air which comes to England from the continent to Britain … many clouds. 11. The trees and flowers begin … early in … 12. The … and mild climate is good for … 13. Sometimes it brings … or … 14. … are rare. 15. They never leave house without … or …
  • (an umbrella, soft, to blossom, a raincoat, melts, described, the same, degrees, temperate, well-known, spring, lies, above zero, whirlwinds, brings, hurricanes, mild, be sure, plants, humid, droughts)

It is the national emblem of …

It is the national emblem of …

It is the national emblem of …

It is the national emblem of …

These are the national emblems of …

These are the national emblems of …

SOLVE THE CROSSWORD  “Vegetation and Wildlife”

SOLVE THE CROSSWORD “Vegetation and Wildlife”

Cross: 1. мак 2. черный дрозд 3. выдра 4. сосна 5. чайка 6. болотистая местность 7. вяз Down: 8. дуб 9. береза 10. ёжик 11. млекопитающее 12. чертополох 13. олень
  • Cross:
  • 1. мак 2. черный дрозд 3. выдра 4. сосна 5. чайка
  • 6. болотистая местность 7. вяз
  • Down:
  • 8. дуб 9. береза 10. ёжик 11. млекопитающее 12. чертополох
  • 13. олень
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Industry of Great Britain

Industry of Great Britain

  • The history of manufacturing in Britain is unique because of Britain’s role as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. During the Middle Ages the production of woolen textiles was a key industry in Britain. In the 16 th and 17 th centuries, new industries developed. These included silk weaving, garment making, and the manufacturing of hats, pottery and cutlery. All of these operations were generally conducted in small craft shops and were labor-intensive.
Silk weaving – ткацкое производство шёлка; Pottery – гончарное производство; Cutlery – ножевые изделия;
  • Silk weaving – ткацкое производство шёлка;
  • Pottery – гончарное производство;
  • Cutlery – ножевые изделия;
In the 18 th century a number of changes in British society prepared the way for the Industrial Revolution. Colonial and commercial expansion created markets in North America, Africa and parts of Asia. An agricultural revolution in the 18 th century introduced new crops and crop rotation techniques, better breeding methods, and mechanical devices for cultivation. Expansion – распространение Market – рынок, базар Crop – урожай Rotation – оборот Breeding – разведение скота Devices - устройства
  • In the 18 th century a number of changes in British society prepared the way for the Industrial Revolution. Colonial and commercial expansion created markets in North America, Africa and parts of Asia. An agricultural revolution in the 18 th century introduced new crops and crop rotation techniques, better breeding methods, and mechanical devices for cultivation.
  • Expansion – распространение
  • Market – рынок, базар
  • Crop – урожай
  • Rotation – оборот
  • Breeding – разведение скота
  • Devices - устройства
Many towns throughout Britain became manufacturing centers during the Industrial Revolution in the 18 th and 19 th centuries. Newcastle upon Tyne in northern eastern England, became important for steel production and shipbuilding. In the 1990s it was still a transportation hub.  The structure of industry changes in the last half of the 20 th century. The coal mining and cotton textile industries declined. As coal production declined, oil production replaced it as a major industry. Motor-vehicle production became a significant part of the industrial base.
  • Many towns throughout Britain became manufacturing centers during the Industrial Revolution in the 18 th and 19 th centuries. Newcastle upon Tyne in northern eastern England, became important for steel production and shipbuilding. In the 1990s it was still a transportation hub.
  • The structure of industry changes in the last half of the 20 th century. The coal mining and cotton textile industries declined. As coal production declined, oil production replaced it as a major industry. Motor-vehicle production became a significant part of the industrial base.
Britain now manufactures 40 percent of Europe’s desktop computers. Scotland is also a major producer of computers.

Britain now manufactures 40 percent of Europe’s desktop computers.

Scotland is also a major producer of computers.

Scotland and Northern Ireland are still noted for their production of whiskey and textiles, especially linen from Northern Ireland and tweed from Scotland.

Scotland and Northern Ireland are still noted for their production of whiskey and textiles, especially linen from Northern Ireland and tweed from Scotland.

The leading traditional manufacturing regions of England are Greater London and the cities and regions around Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and Newcastle upon Tyne.

The leading traditional manufacturing regions of England are Greater London and the cities and regions around Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and Newcastle upon Tyne.


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Автор: Богатова Дарья Сергеевна

Дата: 08.02.2016

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