Презентация “Is Britain worth visiting?” 5 класс


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Traveling to Britain

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  • 5 класс
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  • Авторы: учитель английского языка Воеводина Е.А.,
  • учитель английского языка Пушанина М.А.,
  • учитель английского языка Черняева Е.А.
  • ГОУ СОШ с углубленным изучением английского языка № 1378

The Queen

  • The Queen
  • The Houses of Parliament
  • The Geographical Position
  • The Flag
  • The Sights
  • William Shakespeare
  • St. Valentine’s Day
  • Conclusion
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  • Whether the weather is fine,
  • Or whether the weather is not,
  • Whether the weather is cold,
  • Or whether the weather is hot,
  • We’ll weather the weather
  • Whatever the weather,
  • Whether we like it or not

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  • http://en.wikipediia.org/wiki/KingdomofGreatBritain

In Britain the Queen is the Head of State , but in fact she doesn’t rule the country as she has no power. The Queen is the symbol of the country, its traditions. She is very rich. She travels about the United Kingdom, meets different people and visits schools, hospitals and other special places. The real power in the country belongs to the British Parliament and to the British Government. The British Parliament has two houses: the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

  • In Britain the Queen is the Head of State , but in fact she doesn’t rule the country as she has no power. The Queen is the symbol of the country, its traditions. She is very rich. She travels about the United Kingdom, meets different people and visits schools, hospitals and other special places. The real power in the country belongs to the British Parliament and to the British Government. The British Parliament has two houses: the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LouiseofGreatBritain

The House of Lords does not have much power but it is very important as it can discuss and change laws, it can delay laws too.

  • The House of Lords does not have much power but it is very important as it can discuss and change laws, it can delay laws too.
  • The members of the House of Lords are not elected, they are selected . These members are permanent. They are often aristocrats, people of the church, lawyers and former politicians or life peers
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  • http://www.bigbustours.com/rus/london/custompage.aspx?id=thehousesofParliament

The House of Commons makes laws about the policy of the country, taxes and many other things.

  • The House of Commons makes laws about the policy of the country, taxes and many other things.
  • The members of the House of Commons are elected. The British people elect 650 members of the House Of Commons every five years
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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/britishhouseofcommons

The UK is situated in the British Isles. Great Britain or Britain refers to Scotland, England, Wales. The United Kingdom includes Northern Ireland. It consists of 4 countries: Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland. Their capitals are London, Edinburg, Cardiff and Belfast.

    • The UK is situated in the British Isles. Great Britain or Britain refers to Scotland, England, Wales. The United Kingdom includes Northern Ireland. It consists of 4 countries: Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland. Their capitals are London, Edinburg, Cardiff and Belfast.
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It is made up of three crosses: the cross of St. George (the petrol saint of England), the cross of St. Andrew(the petrol saint of Scotland) and the cross of St. Patrick

  • It is made up of three crosses: the cross of St. George (the petrol saint of England), the cross of St. Andrew(the petrol saint of Scotland) and the cross of St. Patrick
  • (the petrol saint of Ireland)
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  • The Union Jack
  • http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/geography/unionjack.html

Everyone who was born in Britain are British. People from England are English, from Scotland are Scottish or Scots, from Wales are Welsh, from Northern Ireland are Irish. But all of them are British.

  • Everyone who was born in Britain are British. People from England are English, from Scotland are Scottish or Scots, from Wales are Welsh, from Northern Ireland are Irish. But all of them are British.
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1. Trafalgar square

  • 1. Trafalgar square
  • 2. The national gallery
  • 3. Big Ben
  • 4. St. Paul’s cathedral
  • 5. Tower bridge
  • 6. The tower
  • 7. Westminster Abby
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  • There is a statue of Admiral Nelson who defeated the French at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
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  • The Gallery exhibits all schools of European painting and includes works by Van Dyck, Rubens, Goya, Leonardo da Vinchi.
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It is famous for the hour bell and the clock named BIG BEN.

  • It is famous for the hour bell and the clock named BIG BEN.
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One of the beautiful bridges is Tower Bridge. Inside the bridge there is an old engine room which is now a museum, from this bridge you can see the Tower.

  • One of the beautiful bridges is Tower Bridge. Inside the bridge there is an old engine room which is now a museum, from this bridge you can see the Tower.
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One of the most beautiful buildings is Westminster Abby, founded in the 11th century. There are many tombstones, monuments and statues here. Here is the Poet’s Corner where many of British poets and writers are buried: Chaucer, Johnson, Dickens, Hardy, Kipling. You can see memorials to Burns, Byron, Walter Scott, Shakespeare.

  • One of the most beautiful buildings is Westminster Abby, founded in the 11th century. There are many tombstones, monuments and statues here. Here is the Poet’s Corner where many of British poets and writers are buried: Chaucer, Johnson, Dickens, Hardy, Kipling. You can see memorials to Burns, Byron, Walter Scott, Shakespeare.
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CXXX

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  • My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun;
  • Coral is far more red than her lips’ red:
  • If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun;
  • If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head.
  • I have seen roses damasks, red and white,
  • But no such roses see I in her cheeks;
  • And in some perfumes there is more delight
  • Then in the breath that from my mistress reeks.
  • I love to hear her speak, yet well I know
  • That music hath more pleasing sound:
  • I grant I never saw a goddess go,
  • My mistress, when she walks, treads on the ground:
  • And yet, by heaven, I think my love is rare
  • As any she belied with false compare.
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  • http://www.monsieur-biographie.com/celebrite/biographie/williamShakspeare-1083php

Valentine’s Day, February 14

  • Valentine’s Day, February 14
  • This is the day
  • The symbol of the day is
  • People buy or make
  • Those who get the cards
  • Is the 14th of February
  • Must guess who send them
  • Valentine cards and send them to their friends, to people they love
  • Of love and friendship
  • A red heart
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  • Love is… a tender feeling,
  • Love is …a way of being,
  • Love … is just showing someone you care.
  • Love is helping with the dishes,
  • Love feeding your pet fishes,
  • Love is just giving from your heart.
  • Love is so very simple,
  • It’s not a mystery,
  • When you treat those around you
  • The very same way
  • You want them to treat you.

It is very beautiful

  • It is very beautiful
  • Many famous people lived and worked there
  • A lot of sights
  • There own customs and traditions
  • Great Britain is worth visiting.
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