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THE USA Интегрированный урок английского языка и географии
THE USA The English-speaking country
USA QUIZ Answer these questions about the United States of America 1. Where is the USA situated? a) in the northern part of Asia b) in the middle part of North America c) in the middle part of South America 2. What is the total area of the country? a) about 245. 000 km² b) about 9. 363. 200 km² c) about 17. 100. 000 km² 3.What is the capital of the state? a) New York b) Washington c) Boston
4. What is the population of the United States of America? a) about 286 million people b) about 60 million people c) about 145 million people 5. What countries on land does the USA border on? a) Canada and Russia b) Canada and Brazil c) Canada and Mexico 6 How many states is the country made up of? a) 52 b) 51 c) 50 7. Which is the biggest state of the USA? a) b) c) Alaska California Texas
USA geographical names the United States of America the Saint Lawrence River the Gulf of Mexico the USA North America the Pacific Ocean the Atlantic Ocean Canada in the North Mexico in the South the five Great Lakes the Mississippi Russia Canada China the Rocky Mountains the Cordilleras the Appalachian Mountains the Mississippi Valley the Great Plains the Central Lowland
The United States of America The USA is one of the English-speaking countries which occupies the middle part of North America and stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. The United States of America borders on Canada in the North and on Mexico in the South. It also has a sea border with Russia. The continental part of the USA varies greatly because it is the fourth largest country in the world (after Russia, Canada and China). The Cordilleras are located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Between the Rocky Mountains in the West and the Appalachian Mountains in the East are the Great Plains, the Central Lowland and the Mississippi Valley.
The United States of America The five Great Lakes, between the USA and Canada, are joined together by short rivers or canals, and the Saint Lawrence River joins them to the Atlantic Ocean. The main river of the country is the Mississippi, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. Why does the USA have several types of climate?
Find the information about these sights at home the Capitol the White House Washington, D.C. – the capital of the USA
Washington, D.C. – the capital of the USA the Washington Monument the Lincoln Memorial Find the information about these sights at home!
The Red ,White and Blue What is this name for? What is another name of the American Flag? Why did the original flag have 13 stars and 13 stripes? There are now 15 stripes on it, aren’t there? What do the colours of the USA Flag mean? What does the 50th star mean?
Check up your knowledge Find the appropriate answers The American flag didn’t always have 50 stars and 13 stripes. In 1777, the original flag had 13 stars and 13 stripes for the 13 colonies. The 13 colonies became the first 13 states. The American flag has different names. One of them is “The Stars and the Stripes”. In 1959, Alaska and Hawaii joined the United States. So now there are 50 stars on the flag. This name is for the colours of the American flag. In 1794,the flag had 15 stars and 15 stripes. It was a great problem for its makers because the flag was getting too big. So in 1818, Congress decided to have only 13 stripes on the flag. They decided to add one star for each state. There are now fifty stars on the USA flag, one for each state. The thirteen stripes represent the original 13 states. The red colour of the stripes means valour and courage, the white colour means purity and chastity, the blue colour means stableness and justice 1-d 2-b 3-a 4-e 5-f 6-c
Dear students of the 10th grades! I hope that the whole information of this presentation will be used by you at the Geography and History lessons. Start again. Make some necessary notes. Thank you very much for your attention!