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History - 10 £ Who won in the battle of Hastings in 1066 ? William the Conqueror and the Normans
Monarch - 60 £ Magna Carta was an agreement between the King and his barons. It limited the King’s power. What King signed this document? King John “Lackland”
Monarch - 50 £ During the reign of this Queen Britain became a powerful colonial system and Parliaments as in England were created in other countries Queen Victoria
Monarch - 40 £ After this King all Kings in British Parliament speak French. William the Conqueror
Monarch – 30 £ This Queen went down in history under the nickname Queen Virgin. Parliament wanted her to get married and give birth to the heir to the throne. Elizabeth I Tudor
Monarch – 20 £ The Parliament of England began in the form of the Council of large landowners and the Church hierarchy. Who was the King of England that time? William the Conqueror
Monarch – 10 £ What is the official title of Queen Elizabeth II? «Её Величество Елизавета II, Божией милостью Соединённого Королевства Великобритании и Северной Ирландии и иных своих царств и территорий Королева, Глава Содружества, защитница веры»
History – 50 £ When was the first elected Parliament held? 1265 Simon de Montfort
History – 70 £ 1295 exemplary Parliament was founded . Only those who owned land bringing 40 shillings of rent could vote. There were two Houses of the Parliament: One House represented the aristocracy and the clergy. Whom represented the second House? Knights and residents
House of Commons - 70 £ These two statues of two men are the most prominent representatives of two political parties in the UK Conservative and Labour parties
House of Commons – 40 £ This is the entrance to the House of Commons. What part of the statue do MPs touch before they go in? MPs touch shoes of Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George
People – 70 £ Who is this man and what is he doing? This man is Black Rod and he is knocking on the door of the House of Commons.
People – 60 £ Who becomes Prime Minister of Britain? The leader of the winning party
House of Commons – 10 £ There are 659 MPs in the House of Commons but there are only 462 places on the benches. Where do other MPs sit? Other MPs, who has no place on the benches, sit on the stairs or just stand.
House of Lords - 70 £ In 1999 Elizabeth II signed the Law of rebuilding of the House of Lords. What was the reason of such law? There were so many lords who didn’t go to the sittings of the Parliament and their work there was useless.
House of Lords - 60 £ What is the role of Lords in the Parliament? They have to approve the bills before they become laws.
House of Lords - 50 £ Men in the House of Lords are called “LORDS”. How are women called? LADIES
House of Lords - 40 £ There is wool inside. Lord Chancellor sits on it. What is the name of this thing? Woolsack, red cushion
House of Lords – 30 £ Who presides in the House of Lords? Lord Chancellor
House of Lords - 20 £ During the Throne Speech of Her Majesty in the House of Lords some people are standing while the other are sitting. Who has no right to sit? MPs
House of Lords - 10 £ What colour is the House of Lords? Red
Monarch – 70 £ To divorce unloved wife, and marry another, this King has created a new religion and put himself at the head of the new Church Henry VIII
Auction - 10 £ This is the Imperial crown. The Queen puts it on at the opening of the Parliament . What does it symbolize? It symbolizes the union of four parts of the Kingdom.
Auction - 10 £ This is the place where Imperial crown is kept. The Tower of London
Auction - 10 £ There are bears in Russia, elephants and donkeys in the USA. What are they in Britain? Tories and vigies Найти картинки
Auction – 10 £ Portcullis (gliding door) is a symbol of the British Parliament. It belongs to the heraldry of the family of these kings and queens . The Tudors
People – 10 £ This man was the prime minister of Great Britain during the World War II. Winston Churchil
House of Commons – 30 £ This person is holding the mace. What does this Mace symbolize? The Mace is the symbol of the Queen’s power in the Parliament
House of Commons – 20 £ There are red lines on the carpet in the House of Commons. How long is the distance between them? Two swords’ lengths
People – 40 £ What political party was he the leader? Labour Party
People – 50 £ Who is this person? Sergeant-at-Arms
House of Commons - 50 £ Who presides in the House of Commons? Speaker
House of Commons - 60 £ MPs in many Parliaments vote pressing the button. How do MPs in British Parliament vote? They vote with their feet
People – 20 £ He is present day Prime Minister of Great Britain. David Cameron
Cat in a sack – 40 £ This flag is raised over the building of Parliament on the opening of its work. This flag is Queen Elizabeth’s II – Royal Standard
Cat in a sack – 30 £ Queen Elizabeth II is the British Queen, the Head of state. And what is the title of her husband? Fillip is prince consort
Cat in a sack – 20 £ What ceremony is going to be started? The cellars of the Palace of Westminster are looked through by the security with lanterns
Cat in a sack – 10 £ What is the name of the flag flying over the Palace of Westminster Union Jack
Auction – 10 £ This is the name of the palace where the British Parliament works. Westminster Palace
Cat in a sack – 50 £ What are the duties of these people? They are the guards and their duties are to protect the Parliament
Cat in a sack – 60 £ Who writes the Throne Speech to the Queen? Prime Minister
Cat in a sack – 70 £ In order to avoid that deputies unlawfully deprive the monarch of freedom, one member is held somewhere and watching the Royal speech on TV. at Buckingham Palace
People – 30 £ This lady was awarded the title “pier of Britain” for her job. Margaret Thatcher
Auction - 10 £ What is it? What does this thing symbolize? It symbolizes the power of the Queen in Parliament
Auction - 10 £ Who goes to the opening ceremony of the Parliament? Queen Elizabeth II
History – 20 £ On the 5 November Guy Fawkes’ night or Bonfire night is celebrated in Britain. What is this day devoted to? Gunpowder Plot in 1605
History – 30 £ This document was signed by King John of England and was called the Magna Carta. How do we call it in Russian and what language was it written? Великая Хартия Вольностей. Она была написана на латыни
History – 40 £ Since 1642, the monarch has not been allowed in the House of Commons. What had caused it? King Charles I came to the House of Commons with his guards and wanted to arrest some MPs
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Предлагаю вашему вниманию презентацию игры БРЕЙН - РИНГ по теме "Британский Парламент". Эта тема изучается в 8 классе по УМК Happy English.ru авторов К.Кауфман и М.Кауфман.
В игре принимают участие команды по 5-6 человек. ребята выбирают Лидера, который выбирает отвечающего и "Бухгалтера", который ведет счет заработанных "денег".
В игре представлены разделы: история создания Парламента, монархи, связанные с созданием Парламента, Палата Лордов, Палата Общин, известные люди, аукцион и кот в мешке.
Вопросы из Аукциона можно покупать. Отвечает та команда, которая предложит больше "денег".
Кота в мешке нужно отдать другой команде.
Игра интересная, познавательная, всегда проходит с большим интересом и азартом.
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