Презентация "Discover Canada" 8 класс


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Урок английского языка в 8 классе “Discover Canada”

  • Овсянникова И.В., учитель английского языка, МОУ «СОШ №83», г. Северска, Томской обл.

  • Map of the World

  • Russia

  • Discover Canada!

What is the capital of Canada?

  • What is the capital of Canada?
  • a. Quebec b. Ottawa c. Toronto
  • Which city is the largest?
  • a. Toronto b. Montreal c. Ottawa
  • What is Canada’s nearest neighbour?
  • a. The USA b. Russia c. Australia
  • What is a popular Canadian animal?
  • a. coyote b. polar bear c. beaver
  • What is the national tree in Canada?
  • a. pine b. maple c. cedar
  • What is the official Languages in Canada?
  • a. English, Russian b. German, English c. English, French
  • What do you know about Canada?

  • Wood Buffalo NP
  • Mount Robson NP
  • Rocks PP
  • Kluane NP
  • Quebec City
  • Garibaldi PP

  • L’Anse aux Meadows
  • Nahanni National Park
  • Head Smashed-In

hear a stories about the Blackfoot culture?

  • hear a stories about the Blackfoot culture?
  • see a village that is over 1,000 years
  • old?
  • see a bear?
  • see tepees?
  • see the first metal tools in North America?
  • see high waterfalls?
  • Which parks would you visit
  • if you wanted to:
  • Head Smashed-In
  • L’Anse aux Meadows
  • Nahanni NP
  • Head Smashed in
  • L’Anse aux Meadows
  • Nahanni NP
  • Head Smashed-In
  • L’Anse aux Meadows
  • Nahanni National Park

L’Anse aux Meadows:

  • L’Anse aux Meadows:
  • Helge Instad, Leif Eriksson, Newfoundland, 1.000, Vinland Skraelings.
  • Head Smashed-In:
  • 150, Native Canadian, Blackfoot, Alberta, tepees, 10.000.
  • Nahanni National Park:
  • Headless Creek, 322, bears, Deadman Valley, legends.
  • Factual words

  • Check Yourself
  • L’Anse aux Meadows:
  • 1.000 – a ship from Greenland arrived in Newfoundland
  • Newfoundland – place in Canada
  • Leif Eriksson – the captain of the ship
  • Skraelings – Native Canadians
  • Helge Instad – Norvwgian explorer
  • Head Smashed-In:
  • Alberta – place in Canada
  • Blackfoot – Native Canadian tribe
  • Tepees – Blackfoot’s houses
  • 150 – years ago young Blackfoot wanted to see the buffalo falling over the cliff
  • buffalo – the animal/ that lived with Blackfoot
  • Nahanni National Park:
  • 322 – the length of the South Nahanni River
  • A hundred years ago - people looked for gold the South Nahanni River
  • Bears – animals, that lived in the valley
  • Deadman Valley – the name of the area near the South Nahanni River
  • Headless Creek – the second name of the area near the South Nahanni River

  • Famous place
  • Quebec City
  • L’Amse aux Meadows
  • Gros Morne Park
  • Nahanni National Park
  • Kluane National Park
  • Rocky Mountain Park
  • Wood Buffalo Park
  • Anthony Island
  • Where are they?

Quebec City: see soldiers' uniforms and weapons from 300 years ago, a fortified city.

  • Quebec City: see soldiers' uniforms and weapons from 300 years ago, a fortified city.
  • L'Anse aux Meadows: see a Norse hut, learn how Norse people built ships, used metal to make nails, cooking pots and jewellery
  • Gros Morne Park: sailing, a boat tour, see the glaciers, take a canoe ride on Nahanni river, go camping and bird watching
  • Nahanni: see wild animals - goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo, bird watching
  • Kluane: camping, see wild animals - goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo, go skiing
  • Rocky Mountain: see wild animals - goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo, go skiing
  • Wood Buffalo: see wild animals – goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo
  • Anthony Island: bird watching
  • Check your listening

  • OFFICIAL NAME : Canada
  • CAPITAL: Ottawa
  • TOTAL AREA: 9,984,670 sq. km
  • POPULATION: about 33 million people
  • NATIVE LANGUAGES: English and French
  • HEAD OF STATE: Queen Elizabeth II represented by Governor-General
  • FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Constitutional monarchy
  • LONGEST RIVER: the Mackenzie (4,341 km)
  • HIGHEST POINT: Mount Logan (2,340 m)
  • NATIONAL HOLIDAY: Canada Day , 1 July (1867)
  • MONEY: basic unit – Canadian dollar dollar
  • NATIONAL SYMBOLS: Maple leaf and beaver
  • Some facts

  • Scotiabank Place
  • National Gallary
  • Cityscape and infrastructure

  • Hamilton. Gore Park
  • CN Tower
  • White Trillium
  • Bruce Peninsula

  • Blue Flag Iris
  • Montreal
  • Quebec City
  • Appalachian Mountains

What is the capital of Canada?

  • What is the capital of Canada?
  • Ottawa
  • Which city is the largest?
  • Toronto
  • What is Canada’s nearest neighbour?
  • The USA
  • What is a popular Canadian animal?
  • beaver
  • What is the national tree in Canada?
  • maple
  • What is the official Languages in Canada?
  • English and French
  • What do you know about Canada?

Geographical location: … north of Northern America.

  • Geographical location: … north of Northern America.
  • Capital:
  • Total area: … square kilometres.
  • Population: …people.
  • Principal towns: … Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal.
  • The longest river: … Mackenzie
  • Principal industries: … zink, nickel, gold, coppers.
  • Head of State … Queen … represented by …
  • Animals:
  • National emblems:
  • World’s famous sights:
  • Activities to do: … to see…, to go...
  • Tell about Canada using the chart:

  • Home task:
  • exercise 4, page 65
  • Do some researches about Canada:
  • What contacts does Russia have with Canada? What things does it buy from Canada?
  • What things does it sell to Canada?
  • How long does it take to get to Canada from Russia?
  • How is Canada different from Russia?

  • Resources:
  • “Cambridge English for Schools in Russia”, Level Three/ под ред. О. Виноградовой. – Москва: Дрофа, 2006.
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