Презентация "British Parliament" 10 класс


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  • British Parliament

  • British Parliament

  • Gordon Brown
  • Prime Minister

  • House of Commons

  • House of Lords

  • The Monarchy

Символы Британской монархии

  • Elizabeth II
  • (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary )
  • queen
  • of the
  • United
  • Kingdom

В Британском парламенте

И снова там же …

Вот так работает Британский парламент …

И снова за работой …

  • the House of
  • Commons
  • the
  • Conservative party
  • the Labour
  • Party
  • the House of Lords
  • the Queen
  • power
  • speaker
  • laws
  • Prime
  • Minister
  • Parliament
  • the Lord
  • Chancellor
  • woolsack
  • to vote

По мере чтения текста, заполните таблицу, маркируя текст предложенным способом.

  • V - уже знал (have already known)
  • + - новая информация (new information)
  •  - не знал, думал иначе (didn’t know, thought differently)
  • ? - не понял (didn’t undestand)
  • V
  • +
  • ?

Let’s see what you have learnt about the British Parliament now

  • Fill in the gaps.
  • 1. In the UK there is no president, the Queen is … of the … .
  • 2. There are two Houses in the Parliament:
  • … and … .
  • 3. People who sit in the … Commons are called … .
  • 4. People who sit in the … Lords are called … .
  • 5. British people … for MPs at a general … .
  • 6. The party which wins a general … forms the … and their leader becomes … .
  • 7. After the Queen approves the bill, it becomes … .

Say true or false.

  • Say true or false.
  • 1. The British Parliament sits in 2 buildings.
  • 2. There is a general election when the Queen decides.
  • 3. The Queen rules the country in fact.
  • 4. Members of the House of Commons never make important decisions.
  • 5. Life peers get into the House of Lords because their parents were rich.
  • 6. The United Kingdom is a monarchy.
  • 7. If the Queen disagrees with a bill, she has to approve it.
  • 8. Every member of the House of Lords and the House of Commons is called an MP.

Fill t in the crossword puzzles and

  • What do MPs do with their feet?
  • What is the surname of one of the most famous British Prime Ministers (“the Iron Lady”)?
  • What does the Lord Chancellor sit on?
  • What are the members of the House of Commons called?
  • Who opens the Parliament?
  • Who presides over the House of Commons?
  • а) read the name of the river where the Palace of Westminster stands.

A group of the most important ministers.

  • A group of the most important ministers.
  • Non-elected members of Parliament.
  • Persons who are responsible for the government policies.
  • The number of seats the leading party has.
  • The party that challenges the official policy.
  • The head of state in Britain now.
  • The name of the chambers are called … .
  • b) Which institution exercises the power of the people in Great Britain?

He was a member of the House of … .

  • He was a member of the House of … .
  • He worked very much. He was … .
  • He was very … with the nation during the Second World War.
  • During the Second World War he had to make decisions that could bring success or failure. He was … .
  • He smoked much and in many pictures he is depicted with a … .
  • The British think that he always knew what he … do in difficult situations.
  • He could wait, he was … .
  • He was reputed to be a … politician because many times he showed his ability to do well his job.
  • Many years passed after his death but the British still remember and … him.
  • c) the name of one of the most respected and devoted British politicians.

I want you to make up сinquain in English or in Russian on the topic “The British Parliament”

  • Cinquain Poetry
  • A Cinquain Poem focuses on one idea. It has five lines and follows a pattern
  • Line 1: One word as a title ( Noun).
  • Line 2: Two words describe the title (Adjectives).
  • Line 3: Three words express action (Verbs).
  • Line 4: Four words express a felling.
  • Line 5: One word (another word for the title) (Noun).

  • P1 : Parliament
  • democratic, strong
  • rule, discuss, examine
  • it’s a wonderful system
  • perfect

  • P2 : Lords
  • permanent, non-elected
  • examine, revise, delay
  • it is unfair system (or I don’t like this house)
  • silly (or useless)

  • P3 : Commons
  • elected, powerful
  • discuss, make, control
  • it’s the main house
  • great