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Welcome to the Intellect-show What do you know about the English -Speaking Countries
Boarders of English Speaking Countries America Great Britain Australia New Zeeland Canada Ottawa Canberra Wellington London Washington
Symbols 1 2 3 4 5 What is the national symbol of England? What is the national symbol of Australia? What is the national symbol of America? What is the national symbol of Canada? What is the national symbol of New Zealand?
Sights What can you see if you go to the UK? What can you see if you go to the USA? What can you see if you go to the Canada? What can you see if you go to the Australia? What can you see if you go to the New Zealand? 1 2 3 4 5
Present the name of your team b) Present the names of your participants с) Present your captain d) Present your emblem e) Greet your rivals
The First Round Warm Up
1 What English-speaking countries do you know? 2 Where is the UK located? 3 Name the first president of the USA. 4 What are the official languages of Canada? 5 Which hemisphere are New Zealand and Australia located in? 6. What is the capital of the USA?
«Do you remember»? 1. How many parts does Great Britain consist of? 2. Where is Scotland situated? 3. What river is London situated on? 4. 5. 6. Where is the Statue of Liberty situated? 7. What continent is Canada situated on? 8. What is the capital of Australia? Who discovered America? How many states are there in the United States of America ?
«Captain’s contest» Here you can see wax models of famous people. 2. This museum dedicated to human history, art, and culture, located in the Bloomsbury area of London. It has 8,000 collections of works. 3. English Kings and Queens are usually married here. Many of them are also buried, as well as famous writers, scientists such as C. Darwin and I. Newton. 4. This is the Queen residence in London. 5. The building was rebuilt by Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London in 1666. 6. It was a fortress, a royal palace and later a prison. It is a museum now.
« Say it in one word» My FIRST is what we do after we get up. My SECOND is the suffix of the present participle. My THIRD is a letter which comes after "s". My FOURTH is a preposition. My WHOLE is a capital. My first is a modal verb but it also is a cylindrical metal container. My second is the second letter of the ABC. My third is a suffix that is used to form the comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs . My fourth is a letter which comes after ‘q’. My fifth is an indefinite article. My whole is a capital.
«Say it in one word» 3. My first is the indefinite article. My second is the synonym of the « wide». My whole means in a foreign country. 4. My first is an adverb of the word ‘Good’. My second is the suffix of the present participle. My third comes after the letter ‘F’. My fourth is a preposition. 5. My first is the indefinite article. My second means « to go to other side of street». My whole means a preposition. A- cross = Across
The fifth round Look at the screen. Now you'll have a chance to view some London sights. Get ready to name them. You have a minute to consult.
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square in the centre of London. Here you can see a tall column. It is a monument to Admiral Nelson with four bronze lions around it.
It is a very beautiful and very famous church. It is more than 900 years old. English kings and queens are buried here. It is famous for the Poet’s Corner - great English poets and writers are buried here too. WESTMINSTER ABBEY
The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace. It is a wonderful large building with a monument in front of it. It is the Queen Victoria Memorial.
The large clock in one of the towers is Big Ben. You can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London.
The sixth round. American Sights The Capitol The Statue of Liberty The Congress library The White House Lincoln’s Memorial Broadway Street
The United States Capitol, often called Capitol Hill, is the seat of the United States Congress, the legislative branchof the U.S. federal government.
"The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World" was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.
The Lincoln memorial is a monument honoring the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. He taught himself to read and write. He became the president in 1861. He wrote the Emancipation Proclamation (декларацию об освобождении рабов) which freed the blacks from slavery.
The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C. It has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams in 1800.
The Library of Congress is the nation’s first established cultural institution and the largest library in the world, withmillions of items including books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections. The Library provides Congress, the federal government and the American people with a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge .
The seventh round Look at the screen: you have different sectors. You've got questions on geography, famous people, history, literature, science, and culture/education. You have the right to choose the sector and answer the question. Choose the sector. 1 Geography 3 Science 5Literature/ Culture 2 Everyday life 4 History Education/ Famous people
Geography 1.What river is the capital of the USA situated on? 2. What is the highest peak in the USA? 3. What channel separates England and France? 4. Where does the famous lake located where Loch Ness monster lives? 5. What is the highest mountain in the UK? 6. Name the country that is a continent, a state and an island at the same time. 7. Which is the nearest neighbour to the USA? 8. What is the longest river in the USA? Everyday life 1. When do the British drink tea? 2. The meal after breakfast in Great Britain is ... . 3. Poetic name of England is foggy … . 4. A week in Great Britain starts on … . 5. This British beverage (напиток) is traditionally drunk with milk. 6. The tree- symbol of Canada is .... . 7. The police in America are called ... . 8. A gift given by the French and became a symbol of freedom is .. 9. What the colour of double-deckers in London? 10. What is the nickname of the American flag? 11. What person in London has the address 10, Downing Street?
SCIENCE 1. Who invented the telephone? 2. Who invented the light bulb? 3. Who is the author of the gravitation theory? 4. Who discovered penicillin? 5. What English biologist said that humans were descended from? History 1. What was the first holiday, celebrated by American colonies? 2. What tea party is a historical event? 4. What was the number of the first English colonies in America? 5. Who was Richard the Lionheart ? 6. How long did war between England and France (Anglo-French war) last? 7. The English princess, who died tragically in a car accident is … .
Literature/ Culture 1. What was Mark Twain’s real name? 2. Who wrote the story “The old man and the sea”? 3. The queen of English detective story? 4 The character of the novel by Daniel Defoe, who lived on a desert island is … . 5 What is the centre of cinema production in the USA? 6. National Scottish musical instrument … . 7. The main prize of the Hollywood Film Festival … . Education/ Famous people What was the first American University? What is the famous library in Washington? Who was the king of rock’n’roll? What is the name of rock-group from Liverpool? Who is considered to be the father of the country? Who created the best animated cartoons in the USA? Which of the US Presidents was a Hollywood actor? Who is the greatest American architect of all times?
The eighth round
I. What are the names of American states? Scotland Wales Alaska England Texas Northern Ireland
II. What countries do these flags belong to?
III. What city is in Australia? London Sydney Cardiff Boston Belfast Edinburgh
IV. Which lakes are in Canada? Lake Superior Lake Huron Lake Albert Lake Erie Lake Ontario
they form the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth
«Do you remember»? 1. How many parts does Great Britain consist of? 2. Where is Scotland situated? 3. What river is London situated on? 4. What people live in Wales? 5.What is the highest mountain in G.B.? 6. What is the name of the Upper House in the British Parliament? 7. Who is officially the head of the country? 8. What king began to use the « Royal Table»? 9. What inviters sail to Britain from Denmark and Norway? 10. What is the main shipbuilding centre in Scotland? 11. What is the most popular lake in Scotland? 12. Who is the national Hero of Britain, the defender of poor people?
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