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Welcome to Scotland
Travelling around Scotland
What we will do in the lesson? Firstly we will answer the questions using the map Secondly we will match the proper names and their definitions Then we will visit to Highland`s games Finally we will recitethe poem of Robert Burns
You know Scotland? Where is Scotland situated? Scotland is situated in the North of the British Island. What is it’s capital? It’s capital is Edinburg. What is the national symbol of the country? The national symbol of the country is the thistle. Who is it’s patron saint? It’s Patron Saint is St. Andrew. What is Scotland washed by? Scotland is washed be the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. What rives in Scotland do you know? The Spray, the Tay and the Clyde. What else do you know about Scotland? The Scots are very good football players.
Phonetic drill Highlands Lowlands Glasgow Edinburgh Athens Athens of the North Holyrood Palace (House) Princes Street Sir Walter Scott The Clyde The Clyde Valley The Royal Mile The Cannongate The Scott Monument
1) The Edinburg military tattoo 2) The Royal Mile 3) The Cannongate 4) Princes Street 5) Holyrood House 6) Glasgow 7) The Castle 8) The Edinburgh festival Is a festival of performances that started in 1947. Is a show that takes place five or six night a week in August and September Is the oldest part of Edinburgh. Is a line of streets that connects the Castle and the Holyrood Palace Is a royal palace. Is an industrial center of Scotland Is connected with the name of Walter Scott Is the most picturesque part of the Royal Mile
The Highland Games Hammer throw
The Highland Games Shot put
The Highland Games The hill run
The Highland Games Marching bands
The Highland Games Bagpipes
The Highland Games Tug of war
The Highland Games Tossing the caber
The Highland Games Many highland games take place all over Scotland every year. The most famous meeting is in Braemar, a small village in the Scottish Highlands. The games are always on the first Saturday in September. Many athletes travel to Scotland each year to take part in the games. They complete in events like the hammer throw, shot put and the hill run. There are also music and dancing competition. Marching bands perform for the crowds. They wear traditional clothing and play the bagpipes. The most popular event of the day is the «tug of war». Two teams hold onto a rope and try to pull the other team over the line. «Tossing the caber» is also popular. The athletes have to run holding a heavy tree trunk, the caber, upright. Then, they stop and throw it towards the sky. Tickets always sell out months before the games start. It’s a great day out for all family.
Read again and mark the sentences, Right, Wrong or Doesn`t say. 1.The highland games are an annual event. A. Right B. Wrong C. Doesn’t say 2.The games are in winter. A. Right B. Wrong C. Doesn’t say 3.The marching bands wear funny hats. A. Right B. Wrong C. Doesn’t say 4.The caber is very heavy. A. Right B. Wrong C. Doesn’t say 5.Tickets are always avaitable. A. Right B. Wrong C. Doesn’t say
Рефлексия 1. Сегодня я узнал… 2. Было интересно… 3. Было трудно… 4. Я выполнял задания… 5. Я понял, что… 6. Теперь я могу… 7. Я научился… 8. Мне захотелось…
Farewell to Scotland!
Scotland The presentation was prepared Sidelnykova Nataliya M.
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