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Great Britain Quiz!!!!!!
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Question №1 What is the official name of Britain? The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Question №2 Where is the United Kingdom situated? On the British Isles.
Question №3 What parts does the United Kingdom consist of? England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland.
Question №4 What is the Capital of Britain? London.
Question №5 What is the oldest part of London? The City.
Question №6 What is the mostly working-class part of London?
The East End.
Question №7 What part of London is the symbol of wealth and culture?
The West End.
Question №8 What is the official part of London? Westminster.
Question №9 What river is the British capital situated on? On the Thames.
Question №10 What is the capital of Scotland? Edinburgh.
Question №11 What is the capital of Wales? Cardiff.
Question №12 What is the capital of Northern Ireland? Belfast.
Question №13 What is the symbol of England? The red rose.
Question №14 What is the national costume of Scotland? The kilt.
Question №15 When do British people celebrate Christmas? On the 25th of December.
Question №16 What is the traditional Christmas meal in Britain? Roast turkey and pudding.
Question №17 What tribes invaded Britain in the 5th century? The Anglo-Saxons.
Question №18 Who came to Britain from Denmark and Norway in the 9th century? The Vikings.
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Question №1 Where do British Isles Lie? To the west of the continent of Europe.
Question №2 What is the western coast of the British Isles washed by? By the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea.
Question №3 What is the eastern coast of the British Isles washed by? By the North Sea.
Question №4 What channel lies between Britain and the continent of Europe? The English Channel.
Question №5 What are the largest islands of the British Isles? Great Britain and Ireland Great Britain and Ireland.
Question №6 What is the area of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
244,100 square kilometers
Question №7 What is the longest river in Britain? The Severn.
Question №8 Why do the British people often talk about the weather? It is changeable.
Question №9 What is the most famous forest in England? Sherwood Forest.
Question №10 Who lived in Sherwood Forest? According to the legend, Robin Hood and his Merry Men lived there.
Question №11 Why is it never too cold in Britain? It is because of the sea.
Question №12 What is the worst thing about the climate of the British Isles? Frequent rain.
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Question №1 Where did the most of the English Kings and Queens have their coronation ceremonies? In Westminster Abby.
Question №2 What is the London home of the Queens? Buckingham Palace.
Question №3 Where do the Prime Minister of Great Britain live? At 10, Downing Street.
Question №4 Where are famous people of Great Britain buried? In Westminster Abbey.
Question №5 What was the Tower of London in the past? It was a fortress, a palace, a prison.
Question №6 What is the Tower of London now? It is a museum.
Question №7 What birds live in the Tower of London? Ravens.
Question №8 What is Hyde Park famous for? For its Speakers’ Corner.
Question №9 What is there in the centre of Trafalgar Square? Nelson’s Column.
Question №10 What is Big Ben? The bell of the clock on the Houses of Parliament.
Question №11 What is Madam Tussaud’s famous for? For its wax figures of famous people.
Question №12 What is Piccadilly Circus Famous for? For its theatres and cinemas.
Question №13 What is Scotland Yard? The name of the police force in London.
Question №14 What is the home town of William Shakespeare? Stratford-upon-Avon.
Question №15 What is the town of Oxford famous for? For its university.
Question №16 What is Wimbledon associated with? With lawn tennis.
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Question № 1 Who wrote a book called “Gulliver’s Travels”? Jonathan Swift.
Question № 2 Which famous English writer’s name is Charles? Charles Dickens.
Question № 3 Who wrote “Treasure Island”? Robert Louis Stevenson.
Question № 4 Who wrote “Twelfth Night”? William Shakespeare.
Question № 5 What was Jerome’s best book that made him famous? Three Men In A Boat.
Question № 6 Who is known as the author of “Robinson Crusoe”? Daniel Defoe.
Question № 7 Who is the creator of the characters of Doctor Watson and Sherlock Holmes? Arthur Conan Doyle.
Question № 8 Who wrote adventure stories about James Bond? Ian Fleming.
Question № 9 How many detective stories did Agatha Christie write? 75 detective stories
Question № 10 Where was Charlie Chaplin born? In London.
Question № 11 What were the Beatles? Pop singers and composers.
Question № 12 Who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar? Admiral Nelson.
Question № 13 Who was the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral? Christopher Wren.
Question № 14 How was the last Russian Tsar’s family related to the British Royal Family? Alexandra, wife of the last Russian Tsar, was a granddaughter of queen Victoria.
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Question №1 What kind of state is Great Britain? A parliamentary monarchy.
Question №2 What is the head of the state of Great Britain? The Queen.
Question №3 Where did the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II take place? In Westminster Abbey
Question №4 What are the Houses of the British Parliament? The Houses of Lords and the House of Commons.
Question №5 Which party is the ruling one in Great Britain nowadays? The Labour Party.
Question №6 Who heads the government of Great Britain? The Prime Minister.
Question №7 Where are laws made in Great Britain? In Westminster Palace.
Question №8 How many members are there in the House of Lords? More than 1,000 members.
Question №9 How many members are there in the House of Commons? 650 members.
Question №10 Which House of the British Parliament is elected by the people? The House of Commons.
Question №11 What period are the members of the House of Commons elected for? For 5 years.
Question №12 Who is the chairperson of the House of Lords? The Lord Chancellor.
Question №13 Who is the chairperson of the House of Commons? The Speaker.
Question №14 Why does the Lord Chancellor sit on a special seat called the Woolsack? Wool made England rich.
Question №15 Who may put a bill before Parliament? Any member of Parliament?
Question №16 To whom are speeches addressed in the House of Commons? To the Speaker.
Question №17 What is the form of address to the Speaker? “Mr. Speaker” or “Madam Speaker”.
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Цель: Повторение и закрепление изученного материала по страноведению.
- формировать информационную компетентность учащихся;
- развивать умение использовать изученный материал в данной ситуации;
- расширить знания поликультурного пространства.
Правила урока- викторины.
В игре принимают участие несколько команд. Участники викторины отвечают на вопросы из пяти разделов.
1. General Information. (Общая информация)
2. Geographical Position. (Географическое положение)
3.Places of Interest.(Достопримечательности)
4. Famous people. (Знаменитые люди)
5. Political system. (Политическая система)
Участники игры видят названия разделов на экране, но не знают, какие вопросы включены в эти разделы. Каждая команда по очереди выбирает название раздела и номер вопроса. Если команда даёт правильный ответ, ей зачисляется балл (баллы). Количество баллов за правильный ответ определяется номером раздела. Выигрывает та команда, которая наберёт большее количество баллов.Каждый вопрос и ответ на него помещён на отдельный слайд и сопровождается различными красочными иллюстрациями. Например, если выбирается вопрос из раздела «Достопримечательности», то ответ сопровождается картинками с изображением соответствующего здания или места.
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