Презентация "What do you know about famous British people?" 6 класс


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What do you know

about

Famous British people?

The topic of our lesson is:

Madame Tussaud's London

You see the conversation, read, please, and say who you agree with? Give your opinion "Who are the most famous people?"

She was an English author of children’s stories, plays and poetry. Her plays for children were popular for school performances. Her most popular book is Martin Pippin and the Apple Orchard

Eleanor Farjeon

He is still the most important scientist in the world. He discovered many of nature’s laws.

  • He is still the most important scientist in the world. He discovered many of nature’s laws.
  • He discovered the theory of gravity by watching the fall of an apple from a tree.

Sir. Isaac Newton

He is an English singer and musician. He wrote some of the most popular songs in the history of rock music. He was a member of a popular rock group The Beatles.

  • He is an English singer and musician. He wrote some of the most popular songs in the history of rock music. He was a member of a popular rock group The Beatles.

Sir. Paul McCartney

He was a Scottish poet. He was born in 1759. Scots simply call him “The Bard”.

  • He was a Scottish poet. He was born in 1759. Scots simply call him “The Bard”.
  • His birthday is on the 25th January. Every year on that day people all over the world remember him and read his poems.

Robert Burns

He was a famous English officer of the Royal Navy.

  • He was a famous English officer of the Royal Navy.
  • Of his several victories the most well known is the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, during which he died.
  • There is a great monument in Trafalgar Square in his honour.

Lord Horatio Nelson

He was a popular English tennis player. He was the winner of different international competitions for a long time. He was the World No.1 player for four years in a row. In Wimbledon, there is a monument in his honour. Nowadays, his name is used as a famous brand of sports clothes and shoes.

Fred Perry

  • She was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1979 to 1990. She is the only woman to have held both posts.

Baroness Margaret Thatcher

An award

[əˈwɔːd]

награда

A lead / leading role

Главная роль

A kart

[kɑ:t]

Карт(автомобиль для картинга)

karate

[kə’rɑ:tɪ]

Карате

Racing

[’reɪsɪŋ] 

Состязание в скорости

An astronaut

[’æstrə‚nɔ:t] 

Космонавт

A candidate

[’kændə‚deɪt]

кандидат

Listen to three dialogues and match each dialogue with one of the photographs.

Use the word combinations :

  • Star in a film
  • Have a leading role
  • Win a competition
  • Write a popular book
  • Sing a beautiful song
  • Lead a successful business project,
  • Get/ break a world record in...
  • Have many awards
  • Be a talented person
  • Hello!
  • Do you have a favourite person?
  • Yes, I do.
  • Is it a he or a she?
  • He / She is…….
  • What is he/ she famous for?
  • He/ She is…….
  • Does he/she have any awards?
  • Yes, he/she has…..
  • Ok, I think it is…..
  • Yes, you are right.

Your home task will be: P 104 Ex. 116 (learn by heart about one famous British person)