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Викторина "Do You Know Britain?"

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«Знаешь ли ты Британию?»


Тема: Из истории Великобритании и Лондона. Дух Лондона. Его достопримечательности.

Подтема: Викторина «Do You know Britain

Обучающая цель: повторить и закрепить пройденный материал по теме «Великобритания», научиться понимать иностранную речь в игровой форме, развивать умение применять полученные знания в игровой ситуации; развивать навыки устного высказывания, развивать навыки и умения неподготовленного диалога и монолога.

Развивающая цель: развитие кругозора, социально-культурной компетенции.

Воспитательная цель: привить интерес к культуре, традициям страны изучаемого языка, воспитать умение работать в коллективе (группе).

Наглядность: доска, карты Великобритании, распечатанные вопросы к викторине.


ХОД УРОКА

1. Организационный момент.

(Hello, children! Glad to see you. Sit down, please. Who is absent today?) (1’)

2. Группа разбивается на 2 команды, которые выбирают себе название. Путём

жеребьёвки определяется та команда, которая будет первой выбирать

категорию.

За правильные ответы насчитываются очки от 10 до 100 в зависимости от

сложности вопроса. Ведущий записывает очки в таблицу. (25’)


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General Information

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II

Geographical position

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90

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III

Places of Interest

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IV

Cities

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V

Literature

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VI

Political System

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VII

History

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VIII

Famous People

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Score

1 team

2 team




3. Подведение итогов игры. Вручение медалей и дипломов.(5’)






I. General information


1. What are the colours of the British flag? (10 points)

(Blue, red and white)

2. What is the colour of London taxies? (20 points)

(Black)

3. What do the English often put in their tea? (30 points)

(Milk)

4. How many pence are there in one pound? (40 points)

(100)

5. What is the symbol of England? (50 points)

(The red rose)

6. What is the nickname of British flag? (60 points)

(Union Jack)

7. What is the anthem of the country? (70 points)

(‘God Save the Queen’)

8. He is the national hero of Britain, a defender of the poor people. (80 points)

(Robin Hood)

9. Why do the Scottish names often start with Mac? (90 points)

(Mac means ‘son of’, so MacDonald means son of Donald)

10.What is the nickname of a guest who comes on New Year’s morning first? (100 points)

(First Foot)


II. Geographical position

1. What are two largest islands of the British Isles? (10 points)

(Great Britain and Ireland)

2. What is the narrow part of the English Channel? (20 points)

(The Strait of Dover)

3. What is the name of the meridian separating the East & the West? (30 points)

(The Greenwich Meridian)

4. Why is it never too hot or too cold in Britain? (40 points)

(Because of the sea: due to the influence of Gulf Stream)

5. What is the most popular lake in Scotland? (50 points)

(Loch Ness)

6. What is the highest mountain peak in Britain? (60 points)

(Ben Nevis)

7. What is the longest river in Britain? (70 points)

(The Severn)

8. What is the highest mountain peak in Wales? (80 points)

(Snowdon)

9. What is Wales called? (90 points)

(A ‘Land of Song’)

10.What is the most famous forest in England connected with Robin Hood? (100 points)

(Sherwood Forest)




III. Places of Interest


1. This building was rebuilt by Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London in 1666. It

has a famous ‘Whispering Gallery’ (10 points)

(St. Paul’s Cathedral)

2. What is the London home of the Queen, where they change the Guard every day?

(20 points)

(Buckingham Palace)

3. Where did most of the English Kings and Queens have their coronation ceremonies?

(30 points)

(In Westminster Abbey)

4. What park is London Zoo in? (40 points)

(In Regent Park)

5. What is there in the centre of Trafalgar Square? (50 points)

(Nelson Column)

6. Where are famous people of Great Britain buried? (60 points)

(In Westminster Abbey)

7. What is Big Ben? (70 points)

(The bell of the clock on the Houses of Parliament)

8. What birds live in the tower of London? (80 points)

(Ravens)

9. What is Madame Tussaud’s Museum famous for? (90 points)

(For its life-size wax figures of famous people)

10.What is Scotland Yard? (100 points)

(The name of the police force in London)


IV Cities


1. In what city were the famous ‘Beatles’ born? (10 points)

(In Liverpool)

2. What is the hometown of William Shakespeare? (20 points)

(Stratford-upon-Avon)

3. Where was Charlie Chaplin born? (30 points)

(In London)
4. The name of the world-known football team is connected with this city.
(40 points)

(Manchester)

5. What is the capital of Scotland? (50 points)

(Edinburgh)

6. What is the capital of Northern Ireland? (60 points)

(Belfast)
7. What is the capital of Wales?
(70 points)

(Cardiff)

8. Name two oldest university towns in Great Britain. (80 points)

(Cambridge & Oxford)

9. The people of this city are known as ‘Brummies’. (90 points)

(Birmingham)

10. Geoffrey Chaucer’s Tales are connected with the name of this town. (100 points)

(Canterbury)



V. Literature


1. Which famous English writer’s name is Charles? (10 points)

(Dickens)

2. Who wrote the book called ‘Gulliver’s Travels’? (20 points)

(Jonathan Swift)

3. Who is known as the author of ‘Robinson Crusoe’? (30 points)

(Daniel Defoe)

4. He wrote stories about Sherlock Holmes. (40 points)

(Arthur Conan Doyle)

5. Who is known as the author of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’? (50 points)

(William Shakespeare)

6. Who was the father of the historical novel in the world literature? (60 points)

(Walter Scott)
7. She wrote 75 detective stories.
(70 points)

(Agatha Christie)

8. The greatest English writer of the 14th century, the author of the ‘Canterbury Tales’.

(80 points)
(Geoffrey Chaucer)

9. What was Jerome Jerome’s best book that made him famous? (90 points)

(‘Three men in a boat’)

10. Who wrote ‘Treasure Island’? (100 points)

(Robert Louis Stevenson)


VI. Political System


1. Who is the head of the state of Great Britain? (10 points)

(The Queen)

2. What kind of state is Great Britain? (20 points)

(A parliamentary monarchy)

3. What are the two main political parties in Great Britain? (30 points)

(The Conservative Party and the Labour Party)

4. What are the Houses of the British Parliament? (40 points)

(The House of Lords and the House of Commons)

5. Where did the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II take place? (50 points)

(In Westminster Abbey)

6. Who heads the government of Great Britain? (60 points)

(The Prime Minister)

7. Who is the chairperson of the House of Commons? (70 points)

(The Speaker)

8. Who is the chairperson of the House of Lords? (80 points)

(The Lord Chancellor)

9. Who is the Prime Minister of Great Britain at present? (90 points)

(Tony Blair)

10. When does a bill become an Act of Parliament? (100 points)

(After the Queen’s signature)





VII. History


1. Name the event that took place in London in 1666. (10 points)

(The Great Fire)

2. Who were the natives of the British Isles? (20 points)

(Celtic tribes)

3. How many years ago did the Romans land on the British Isles? (30 points)

(2000 years ago)

4. Who was the leader of the Norman Conquest? (40 points)

(William the Conqueror)

5. When did Queen Elizabeth II come to the throne? (50 points)

(In 1952)

6. Who printed the 1st English book? (60 points)

(William Caxton)

7. What name was given to the British Isles by Julius Caesar? (70 points)

(Albion)

8. Who defeated the French at the Battle of Trafalgar? (80 points)

(Admiral Nelson)
9. Who led the parliamentary army during the Civil War in England?
(90 points)

(Oliver Cromwell)

10. He was the first Englishman in Russia. (100 points)

(Richard Chancellor)


VIII. Famous People


1. She reigns in Great Britain at present. (10 points)

(Queen Elizabeth II)

2. He is a leading English footballer, a former star of the legendary team Manchester

United. (20 points)

(David Beckham)

3. She was a princess of Wales, who died in a car accident in Paris in 1997. (30 points)

(Diana)

4. He was the member of the Beatles, who was murdered in 1980. (40 points)

(John Lennon)

5. He was a British biologist of the 19 century. He developed the theory of evolution.

(50 points)

(Charles Darvin)

6. The first woman Prime Minister in the UK. (60 points)

(Margaret Thatcher)

7. A famous physicist, who formulated the theory of universal gravitation. (70 points)

(Sir Isaac Newton)

8. A famous British Prime Minister, who took part in the Yalta Conference with Stalin &

Roosevelt in 1945. (80 points)

(Churchill)

9. A British Soldier, who founded the Boy Scouts. (90 points)

(Robert Baden-Powell)

10. She was a British nurse, who organized & directed a unit of fild nurses during the

Crimean War. (100 points) (Florence Nightingale).

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