Презентация "Great Britain"


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  • Great Britain

  • Quiz
  • History
  • Monarchy
  • Parliament
  • Symbols
  • Exit

  • Oliver Cromwell
  • Oliver Cromwell ‘s activity in Parliament was mostly directed against the oppression of people.
  • He organized the Parliamentary army.
  • During the short period of protectorate he ruled the country.
  • History

  • The summer of 1666 was very hot and dry in London. One Sunday in September a great fire broke out in the city.
  • Thirteen thousand houses
  • were destroyed. But the fire did great good, it burnt dirty narrow streets. Wide streets and brick houses appeared in London after The Great Fire of London.
  • History
  • The Great Fire of London

  • UK political system
  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a parliamentary monarchy.
  • The British Parliament consists of two houses: the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
  • The executive power is realized by Prime Minister.
  • History
  • Parliament

  • The state opening
  • This tradition marks the beginning of the new parliament year. The Queen travels from the Buckingham Palace to the Houses of Parliament in a gold carriage.
  • During the opening the Queen sits on a throne in the House of Lords and reads the “Queen’s Speech”.
  • Parliament

  • Queen Elizabeth II
  • Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926. She has been on the throne since 6 February, 1952.
  • She is the United Kingdom’s Head of State. She is also the queen of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the head of the Commonwealth.
  • Monarchy

  • Monarchy
  • The Royal Family
  • Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, have four children: HRH Prince Charles, HRH Prince Andrew, HRH Prince Edward and HRH The Princess Royal Anne.
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince Andrew
  • Prince Edward
  • Princess Anne

  • Monarchy
  • The Royal Family
  • Their Royal Highnesses Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince William of Wales, Prince Henry of Wales

  • Monarchy
  • The Royal Family
  • His Royal Highness Prince Andrew, Duke of York

  • Monarchy
  • The Royal Family
  • His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

  • Monarchy
  • The Royal Family
  • Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal Anne

  • Symbols
  • British Flag
  • The flag of Great Britain is called ‘Union Jack”. It is a combination of the banners of England, Scotland and Ireland. The flag was approved in 1801.
  • The flag of England
  • The flag of Scotland
  • The flag of Ireland

  • Symbols
  • Emblems
  • The national flower of England is the rose.

  • Symbols
  • Emblems
  • The national flower of Wales is the daffodil.

  • Symbols
  • Emblems
  • The national flower of Ireland is the shamrock.
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  • Symbols
  • Emblems
  • The national flower of Scotland is the thistle.

  • Symbols
  • The flag of England
  • The flag of England is St..George’s flag has a horizontal red cross on a white field.

  • Symbols
  • The flag of Scotland
  • The flag of Scotland is St.Andrew’s flag has a white cross on a blue background.

  • The flag of Ireland
  • Symbols
  • The flag of Ireland is St.Patrick’s flag has a red cross on a white field.

  • Quiz
  • Match the country and the Saint Patron
  • Saint George
  • Saint Patrick
  • Scotland
  • Ireland
  • England
  • Saint David
  • Wales
  • Saint Andrew

  • Quiz
  • Complete the sentences
  • Oliver Cromwell
  • The Great Fire of London was in
  • The Queen’s surname is
  • The Queen’s children’s names are
  • 5. The next Sovereign of Great Britain will be
  • 6. The National anthem of Great Britain is
  • 7. The floral emblems of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are
  • 8. British flag is called
  • 9. The Queen reads the “Queen’s Speech” during
  • ruled the country during the protectorate .
  • 1666.
  • Windsor.
  • Charles, Andrew, Edward and Anne.
  • HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.
  • God Save the Queen.
  • rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock.
  • ‘Union Jack’.
  • the state opening of Parliament.
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