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Task 1 Team ______________________________


1.Washington D.C. is the capital city of what? _____________________


2. What state borders Washington D.C. on the north, east and southeast?_______________


3. What state borders Washington D.C. on the southwest?___________________________


4. What river borders Washington D.C. on the southwest? ___________________________


5. The White House is the residence and office of the President of the USA.

Is The White House north, south, east or west from the Washington Monument?__________

6. Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives) meets in the Capitol. Is the Capitol northeast, northwest, southeast or southwest from The White House?____________


7. The Lincoln Memorial honors President Abraham Lincoln. What Virginia city is west of the Lincoln Memorial, just across the Potomac River? _____________________________


8. The Washington Monument was built to honor George Washington. Is the Washington Monument north, south, east or west from the Capitol?_____________________________


9. What is the name of the river that runs through eastern Washington D.C.?____________


10. In which part of the USA is Washington D.C. located: north, south, east or west?_____________




















Task 2 Team___________________________


1.Who selected the area for the permanent Capital of the United States?

A. Alexander Hamilton

B. Thomas Jefferson

C. George Washington

D. James Madison


2.Washington D.C. has been the Capital of the US since when?

A. 1783

B. 1790

C. 1800


3. Who was the leading architect of Washington D.C.?

A. Pierre Charles L'Enfant

B. Philip Hubert Frohman


4. By whom was the city taken and were all the Public Buildings burned in the War of 1812?

A. British Army

B. French Army


5. In which year was The White House rebuilt?

A. 1817

B. 1820






















Task 3 Team_______________________________


1.What river is Washington D.C. situated on?

A. The Thames River

B. The Potomac River

C. The Missouri River


2.How large is Washington D.C.?

A.68 square miles

B.100 square miles

C.168 square miles


3.Which two states donated land for the city?

A.Maryland and Virginia

B.Virginia and Delaware

C.Maryland and Pennsylvania


4. Approximately how many people live in D.C.?

A. 1/2 million

B. one million

C. 1.5 million


5.How would residents describe the weather patterns in D.C.?

A. balmy

B. unpredictable

C. stable




















Task 4 Team____________________________


1.Boston is the capital of the USA.__________________


2. Washington D.C. is situated in the District of Columbia on the river Potomac_________


3.Washington D.C. was named after the 16th President of the USA. __________________


4.The White House is the official residence of the US President._____________________


5.There are only few parks, squares with monuments and memorials in Washington._____________


6.The White House has only 23 rooms._________


7.The Washington Monument was built in honour of Pierre L’Enfant._______________


8.All presidents lived in the White House._____________________




























Task 5 Team_______________________


_______ A. National Cathedral

_______ B. The United States Capitol

_______ C. The White House

_______ D. Lincoln Memorial

_______ E. The Washington Monument



Task 5 Team_______________________


_______ A. National Cathedral

_______ B. The United States Capitol

_______ C. The White House

_______ D. Lincoln Memorial

_______ E. The Washington Monument



Task 5 Team_______________________


_______ A. National Cathedral

_______ B. The United States Capitol

_______ C. The White House

_______ D. Lincoln Memorial

_______ E. The Washington Monument



Task 5 Team_______________________


_______ A. National Cathedral

_______ B. The United States Capitol

_______ C. The White House

_______ D. Lincoln Memorial

_______ E. The Washington Monument



Task 5 Team_______________________


_______ A. National Cathedral

_______ B. The United States Capitol

_______ C. The White House

_______ D. Lincoln Memorial

_______ E. The Washington Monument



Task 6 Team___________________


  1. Jefferson Memorial __________________

  2. The Library of Congress______________

  3. Supreme Court______________________

  4. The Library of Congress______________

  5. The White House____________________



Task 6 Team___________________


  1. Jefferson Memorial __________________

  2. The Library of Congress______________

  3. Supreme Court______________________

  4. The Library of Congress______________

  5. The White House____________________



Task 6 Team___________________


  1. Jefferson Memorial __________________

  2. The Library of Congress______________

  3. Supreme Court______________________

  4. The Library of Congress______________

  5. The White House____________________



Task 6 Team___________________


  1. Jefferson Memorial __________________

  2. The Library of Congress______________

  3. Supreme Court______________________

  4. The Library of Congress______________

  5. The White House____________________



Task 6 Team___________________


  1. Jefferson Memorial __________________

  2. The Library of Congress______________

  3. Supreme Court______________________

  4. The Library of Congress______________

  5. The White House____________________




Task 7 Team_______________________


1.How many people visit D.C. each year?

A. five million B. ten million C. twenty million

2.How are the names of D.C. streets running north to south organized?

A. numerically B. alphabetically C. by names of states


3. After what are streets that run diagonally named?

A. former presidents B. states C. former mayors


4. In which quadrant of D.C. are there the majority of tourist attractions?

A. north east B. north west C. south east


5.Which of these festivals attracts more than one million visitors to D.C. every year?

A. National Cherry Blossom Festival B. Washington D.C. Film Festival

C. Presidential Inauguration Ball


6.How many columns does the Lincoln Memorial have?

A. 13 B. 36 C. 50


7.What is the name of the D.C. museum devoted to flight and space exploration?

A. The Air and Space Museum B. The NASA Museum

C. The Wright Brothers' Memorial


8.How tall is the Washington Monument?

A. 444 feet B. 555 feet C. 666 feet


9.Including the National Zoo, how many Smithsonian Museums are there?

A. 8 B. 19 C. 27


10.Which of these men designed Washington D.C.?

A. Benjamin Franklin B. George Washington C. Charles L'Enfant



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Washington D.C., the capital of the USA
TASK 1 Explore the map of Washington D.C.
1.Washington D.C. is the capital city of what? 2. What state borders Washingt...
6. Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives) meets in the Capito...
 TASK 2 Foundation of Washington D.C.
1.Who selected the area for the permanent Capital of the United States? A. Al...
2.Washington D.C. has been the Capital of the US since when? A. 1783 B. 1790...
3. Who was the leading architect of Washington D.C.? A. Pierre Charles L'Enfa...
4. By whom was the city taken and were all the Public Buildings burned in the...
5. In which year was The White House rebuilt? A. 1817 B. 1820
 TASK 3 Some facts from geography.
1.What river is Washington D.C. situated on? A. The Thames River B. The Potom...
2.How large is Washington D.C.? A.68 square miles B.100 square miles C.168 sq...
3.Which two states donated land for the city? A.Maryland and Virginia B.Virgi...
4. Approximately how many people live in D.C.? A. 1/2 million B. one million...
5.How would residents describe the weather patterns in D.C.? A. balmy B. unpr...
 TASK 4 True or False
1.Boston is the capital of the USA. 2. Washington D.C. is situated in the Dis...
TASK 5 Sights of Washington D.C.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
A. National Cathedral B. The United States Capitol C. The White House D. Lin...
 TASK 6 True or False 1. Jefferson Memorial
2. The Library of Congress
3. Supreme Court
4. The Library of Congress
5. The White House
TASK 7 1.How many people visit D.C. each year? A. five million B. ten millio...
2.How are the names of D.C. streets running north to south organized? A. nume...
3. After what are streets that run diagonally named? A. former presidents B....
4. In which quadrant of D.C. are there the majority of tourist attractions? A...
5.Which of these festivals attracts more than one million visitors to D.C. ev...
6.How many columns does the Lincoln Memorial have? A. 13 B. 36 C. 50
7.What is the name of the D.C. museum devoted to flight and space exploration...
8.How tall is the Washington Monument? A. 444 feet B. 555 feet C. 666 feet
9.Including the National Zoo, how many Smithsonian Museums are there? A. 8 B....
10.Which of these men designed Washington D.C.? A. Benjamin Franklin B. Georg...
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№ слайда 1 Washington D.C., the capital of the USA
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Washington D.C., the capital of the USA

№ слайда 2 TASK 1 Explore the map of Washington D.C.
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TASK 1 Explore the map of Washington D.C.

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№ слайда 4 1.Washington D.C. is the capital city of what? 2. What state borders Washingt
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1.Washington D.C. is the capital city of what? 2. What state borders Washington D.C. on the north, east and southeast? 3. What state borders Washington D.C. on the southwest? 4. What river borders Washington D.C. on the southwest? 5. The White House is the residence and office of the President of the USA. Is The White House north, south, east or west from the Washington Monument?

№ слайда 5 6. Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives) meets in the Capito
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6. Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives) meets in the Capitol. Is the Capitol northeast, northwest, southeast or southwest from The White House? 7. The Lincoln Memorial honors President Abraham Lincoln. What Virginia city is west of the Lincoln Memorial, just across the Potomac River? 8. The Washington Monument was built to honor George Washington. Is the Washington Monument north, south, east or west from the Capitol? 9. What is the name of the river that runs through eastern Washington D.C.? 10. In which part of the USA is Washington D.C. located: north, south, east or west?

№ слайда 6  TASK 2 Foundation of Washington D.C.
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TASK 2 Foundation of Washington D.C.

№ слайда 7 1.Who selected the area for the permanent Capital of the United States? A. Al
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1.Who selected the area for the permanent Capital of the United States? A. Alexander Hamilton B. Thomas Jefferson C. George Washington D. James Madison

№ слайда 8 2.Washington D.C. has been the Capital of the US since when? A. 1783 B. 1790
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2.Washington D.C. has been the Capital of the US since when? A. 1783 B. 1790 C. 1800

№ слайда 9 3. Who was the leading architect of Washington D.C.? A. Pierre Charles L'Enfa
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3. Who was the leading architect of Washington D.C.? A. Pierre Charles L'Enfant B. Philip Hubert Frohman

№ слайда 10 4. By whom was the city taken and were all the Public Buildings burned in the
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4. By whom was the city taken and were all the Public Buildings burned in the War of 1812? A. British Army B. French Army

№ слайда 11 5. In which year was The White House rebuilt? A. 1817 B. 1820
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5. In which year was The White House rebuilt? A. 1817 B. 1820

№ слайда 12  TASK 3 Some facts from geography.
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TASK 3 Some facts from geography.

№ слайда 13 1.What river is Washington D.C. situated on? A. The Thames River B. The Potom
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1.What river is Washington D.C. situated on? A. The Thames River B. The Potomac River C. The Missouri River

№ слайда 14 2.How large is Washington D.C.? A.68 square miles B.100 square miles C.168 sq
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2.How large is Washington D.C.? A.68 square miles B.100 square miles C.168 square miles

№ слайда 15 3.Which two states donated land for the city? A.Maryland and Virginia B.Virgi
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3.Which two states donated land for the city? A.Maryland and Virginia B.Virginia and Delaware C.Maryland and Pennsylvania

№ слайда 16 4. Approximately how many people live in D.C.? A. 1/2 million B. one million
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4. Approximately how many people live in D.C.? A. 1/2 million B. one million C. 1.5 million

№ слайда 17 5.How would residents describe the weather patterns in D.C.? A. balmy B. unpr
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5.How would residents describe the weather patterns in D.C.? A. balmy B. unpredictable C. stable

№ слайда 18  TASK 4 True or False
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TASK 4 True or False

№ слайда 19 1.Boston is the capital of the USA. 2. Washington D.C. is situated in the Dis
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1.Boston is the capital of the USA. 2. Washington D.C. is situated in the District of Columbia on the river Potomac. 3.Washington D.C. was named after the 16th President of the USA. 4.The White House is the official residence of the US President. 5.There are only few parks, squares with monuments and memorials in Washington. 6.The White House has only 23 rooms. 7.The Washington Monument was built in honour of Pierre L’Enfant. 8.All presidents lived in the White House.

№ слайда 20 TASK 5 Sights of Washington D.C.
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TASK 5 Sights of Washington D.C.

№ слайда 21 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

№ слайда 22 A. National Cathedral B. The United States Capitol C. The White House D. Lin
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A. National Cathedral B. The United States Capitol C. The White House D. Lincoln Memorial E. The Washington Monument

№ слайда 23  TASK 6 True or False 1. Jefferson Memorial
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TASK 6 True or False 1. Jefferson Memorial

№ слайда 24 2. The Library of Congress
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2. The Library of Congress

№ слайда 25 3. Supreme Court
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3. Supreme Court

№ слайда 26 4. The Library of Congress
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4. The Library of Congress

№ слайда 27 5. The White House
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5. The White House

№ слайда 28 TASK 7 1.How many people visit D.C. each year? A. five million B. ten millio
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TASK 7 1.How many people visit D.C. each year? A. five million B. ten million C. twenty million

№ слайда 29 2.How are the names of D.C. streets running north to south organized? A. nume
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2.How are the names of D.C. streets running north to south organized? A. numerically B. alphabetically C. by names of states

№ слайда 30 3. After what are streets that run diagonally named? A. former presidents B.
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3. After what are streets that run diagonally named? A. former presidents B. states C. former mayors

№ слайда 31 4. In which quadrant of D.C. are there the majority of tourist attractions? A
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4. In which quadrant of D.C. are there the majority of tourist attractions? A. north east B. north west C. south east

№ слайда 32 5.Which of these festivals attracts more than one million visitors to D.C. ev
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5.Which of these festivals attracts more than one million visitors to D.C. every year? A. National Cherry Blossom Festival B. Washington D.C. Film Festival C. Presidential Inauguration Ball

№ слайда 33 6.How many columns does the Lincoln Memorial have? A. 13 B. 36 C. 50
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6.How many columns does the Lincoln Memorial have? A. 13 B. 36 C. 50

№ слайда 34 7.What is the name of the D.C. museum devoted to flight and space exploration
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7.What is the name of the D.C. museum devoted to flight and space exploration? A. The Air and Space Museum B. The NASA Museum C. The Wright Brothers' Memorial

№ слайда 35 8.How tall is the Washington Monument? A. 444 feet B. 555 feet C. 666 feet
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8.How tall is the Washington Monument? A. 444 feet B. 555 feet C. 666 feet

№ слайда 36 9.Including the National Zoo, how many Smithsonian Museums are there? A. 8 B.
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9.Including the National Zoo, how many Smithsonian Museums are there? A. 8 B. 19 C. 27

№ слайда 37 10.Which of these men designed Washington D.C.? A. Benjamin Franklin B. Georg
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10.Which of these men designed Washington D.C.? A. Benjamin Franklin B. George Washington C. Charles L'Enfant

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TASK 1

Explore the map of Washigton D.C. (copy the map)

1.Washington D.C. is the capital city of what? The USA

2. What state borders Washington D.C. on the north, east, and southeast? Maryland

3. What state borders Washington D.C. on the southwest? Virginia

4. What river borders Washington D.C. on the southwest? The Potomac

5. The White House is the residence and office of the President of the USA.

Is The White House north, south, east, or west from the Washington Monument? North

6. Congress (the Senate and the House of Representatives) meets in the Capitol. Is the Capitol northeast, northwest, southeast, or southwest from The White House? Southeast

7. The Lincoln Memorial honors President Abraham Lincoln. What Virginia city is west of the Lincoln Memorial, just across the Potomac River? Arlington

8. The Washington Monument was built to honor George Washington. Is the Washington Monument north, south, east, or west from the Capitol? South

9. What is the name of the river that runs through eastern Washington, D.C.? The Anacostia River

10. In which part of the USA is Washington D.C. located: north, south, east, or west? East








































TASK 2

Foundation of Washington D.C.

1.Who selected the area for the permanent Capital of the United States?

A. Alexander Hamilton

B. Thomas Jefferson

C. George Washington

D. James Madison

2.Washington D.C. has been the Capital of the US since when?

A. 1783

B. 1790

C. 1800

3. Who was the leading architect of Washington D.C.?

A. Pierre Charles L'Enfant

B. Philip Hubert Frohman

4. By whom was the city taken and were all the Public Buildings burned in the War Of 1812?

A. British Army

B. French Army

5. In which year was The White House rebuilt?

A. 1817

B. 1820
































TASK 3

Some facts from geography.

1.What river is Washington D.C. situated?

A. The Thames River

B. The Potomac River

C. The Missouri River



2.How large is Washington D.C.?

A.68 square miles

B.100 square miles

C.168 square miles

At just 68 square miles (176 square kilometers), D.C. is not a very large city. It was originally designed to be 100 square miles, but 32 square miles donated by Virginia were returned in 1847.

3.Which two states donated land for the city?

A.Maryland and Virginia

B.Virginia and Delaware

C.Maryland and Pennsylvania

D.C. is surrounded by Maryland and Virginia, both of which donated land for the city.


4. Approximately how many people live in D.C.?

A. 1/2 million

B. one million

C. 1.5 million

More than half a million people live in the city, which is considerable given its size.

5.How would residents describe the weather patterns in D.C.?

A. balmy

B. unpredictable

C. stable

Washington's weather is entirely unpredictable. Some winters you get a few feet of snow, while other years you get only a few inches. The temperatures vary greatly from day to day regardless of the season, so be forewarned.





















TASK 4

True or False

1.Boston is the capital of the USA. False

2. Washington D.C. is situated in the District of Columbia on the river Potomac. True

3.Washington D.C. was named after the 16th President of the USA. False

4.The White House is the official residence of the US President. True

5.There are only few parks, squares with monuments and memorials in Washington. False

6.The White House has only 23 rooms. False (133)

7.The Washington Monument was built in honour of Pierre L’Enfant. False

8.All presidents lived in the White House. False (only Washington didn’t live there 30 апреля 1789 года — 4 марта 1797 года) The White house was opened on the1 of November 1800. and the second president John Adams was the first one.




TASK 5

Sights of Washington D.C.


1. D. Lincoln Memorial

2. C. The White House

3. E. The Washington Monument

4. B. The United States Capitol

5. A. National Cathedral



Task 6

True or False

1.Jefferson Memorial True.

2. The Library of Congress False. It’s the National Museum of Natural History

3.Supreme Court True.

4.The Library of Congress True.

5.The White House False.






















TASK 7

1.How many people visit D.C. each year?

A. five million

B. ten million

C. twenty million

More than 20 million people come to the U.S. capital each year to enjoy its monuments, museums, and cuisine.

2.How are the names of D.C. streets running north to south organized?

A. numerically

B. alphabetically

C. by names of states

You will notice that the streets that go north to south are numbered, extending outward from the Capitol.


3.Streets that run diagonally are all named after what?

A. former presidents

B. states

C. former mayors

The diagonal streets in Washington are all named after states, with Pennsylvania and Maryland meeting at the Capitol.

4.The majority of tourist attractions are in which quadrant of D.C.?

A. north east

B. north west

C. south east

The vast majority of tourist attractions, including the White House, Capitol Building, and Smithsonian Museums, are located in the Northwest quadrant.

5.Which of these festivals attracts more than one million visitors to D.C. every year?

A. National Cherry Blossom Festival

B. Washington D.C. Film Festival

C. Presidential Inauguration Ball

The beauty and serenity of D.C.'s cherry blossoms, combined with the one million people who annually attend the National Cherry Blossom Festival, make for one of the exciting times on the D.C. calendar.

6.How many columns does the Lincoln Memorial have?

A. 13

B. 36

C. 50

At the time of Lincoln's assassination the United States was made up of 36 states, and each is represented with a column at his memorial, on the west end of the Capitol Mall.


7.What is the name of the D.C. museum devoted to flight and space exploration?


A. The Air and Space Museum

B. The NASA Museum

C. The Wright Brothers' Memorial

The National Air and Space Museum is one of the most popular museums on the Mall. Get there early, because the lines are quite long.






8.How tall is the Washington Monument?

A. 444 feet

B. 555 feet

C. 666 feet

The tallest building in D.C., by law, is the Washington Monument, which stands at exactly 555 feet (169 meters) tall. You can climb the 898 steps to the top, if you really want to built in 1884

9.Including the National Zoo, how many Smithsonian Museums are there?

A. 8

B. 19

C. 27

The 19 museums of the Smithsonian make up the world's largest collection of museums

10.Which of these men designed Washington D.C.?


A. Benjamin Franklin

B. George Washington

C. Charles L'Enfant

Pierre Charles L'Enfant, a French-born American patriot, was the primary architect of the city of Washington, D.C.






Extra questions


1. The most popular place for tourists in Washington DC? The National Mall. There are a lot of museums and memorials there. In the centre of it there is the Washington Monument. In the west part of it there is Lincoln memorial.

2. What’s the motto of Washington DC? Justice for All, что в переводе означает - Справедливость для всех.


3. Which Cathedral took almost 100 years to build? National Cathedral


4. How do D.C.'s residents call the light-rail system? The Metro

D.C.'s Metrorail system is a brilliantly designed light-rail system that gets you to just about any part of the city -- not Georgetown, though -- in a few minutes. Residents call it "the Metro."

5. What is the name of Washington D.C.'s football team? the Redskins

The Washington Redskins are the much-beloved football team of Washington D.C., though their name has been a source for controversy for many years.

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2. Задачи:

• развитие интереса и уважения к традициям и обычаям в рамках культуры зарубежных стран;

• воспитание личностных качеств, обеспечивающих успешность деятельности учащихся в группе (команде);

• увеличение, углубление объема знаний о социокультурной специфике стран изучаемого языка;

• развитие языковой и речевой компетенций, необходимых для овладения иностранным языком;

• формирование умений выделять общее и специфическое в культуре родной страны и страны изучаемого языка;

• обучение работе с источниками знаний: книгой, учебником, справочной литературой и т.п.

3. Участники:

Команды учащихся 7-8-х классов в составе 3-х человек.




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