МКОУ «СОШ А. МАЛЫЙ ЗЕЛЕНЧУК ИМЕНИ ГЕРОЯ СОВЕТСКОГО СОЮЗА УМАРА ХАБЕКОВА»
Внеклассное мероприятие на тему:
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE UK”
Провела: учитель английского языка
Сидакова Валентина Рауфовна
(Знаешь ли ты Соединённое Королевство?)
What do you know about the UK?
Choose the correct answer for each question.
1. What is the capital of Great Britain?
2 .The British flag is often called…
a. the Union Jack;
b. the Stars and Stripes;
c. the Maple Leaf.
3. What colour are the buses in London?
4. Britain's national drink is…
5. The kilt is…
a pair of trousers;
6. What is the official name of this country?
b) The United Kingdom of Great Britain
7. What is the national flag of the UK?
8. Money in the UK is…
9. What is the most popular free time activity?
a) Watching TV
10. Which is the oldest university?
11. The British Prime Minister lives at…
a) 12 Whitehall
b) 10 Downing Street
c) 7 Russel Street
d) 15 Oxford Street
12. The Great Fire of London broke out in…
13. Sir Christopher Wren built…
a) Buckingham Palace
b) The Tower of London
c) Trafalgar Square
d) St. Paul’s Cathedral
14. Speaker’s Corner is in…
a) Hyde Park
b) Green Park
c) Regent’s Park
15. This is …
a) Westminster Abbey
b) The Houses of Parliament
c) The Tower
16. When is Halloween celebrated?
a) December 25
b) February 14
c) October 31
17. You can see the column with a statue of Nelson in…
а) Piccadilly Circus
в) Hyde Park
с) Trafalgar Square
18. … is a very democratic park.
A) Hyde Park.
B) Regent’s Park.
C) St. Jame’s Park.
19. London Zoo is in…
A) Regent’s Park.
B) St. Jame’s Park.
C) Hyde Park.
20. They change the Guard every day at…
А) 9: 30 a.m.
В) 11: 30 a.m
С) 12: 00 a.m.
21. Piccadilly Circus is the meeting-point of …
A) 5 streets.
B) 7 streets.
C) 6 streets.
22. The seat of the British government is…
A) the Houses of Parliament.
B) Buckingham Palace.
C) Piccadilly Circus.
Proverbs (грамотно перевести пословицы)
A good beginning makes a good ending.
All is not gold that glitters.
No smoke without fire.
Everything is good in its season.
There is no rose without a thorn.
It is never too late to learn.
All is well that ends well.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
He laughs best who laughs last.
East or West, home is best.
Riddles, puzzles, conundrums (загадки).
What key does not lock a door?
Where does June come before May?
What is the best place to put the cake in?
Why do we all go to bed?
Which letter of the alphabet goes all round Great Britain?
When I eat, I live, but when I drink, I die. What am I?
What is it? That was tomorrow and will be yesterday?
What is neither in the house, nor out of the house?
What goes up when the rain comes down?
What has four legs and can fly?
Кто лучше знает алфавит?
У каждой буквы есть свой номер (цифра) и по цифрам составить предложения.
Построить слова из слова international.
Назвать достопримечательности Лондона.
Big Ben is a part of it. It is also known as the Palace of Westminster. The building consists of The House of Commons, The House of Lords and Westminster Hall.
A square in central London, which commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Nelson’s column is in the centre, surrounded by fountains and four huge bronze lions.
This column is in the centre of Trafalgar square surrounded by fountains and four huge bronze lions.
It is a great picture museum. It is situated on Trafalgar Square. It contains a wonderful collection of works from the British, French, Italian, Dutch and Spanish schools, which existed between the 13th and the 19th centuries.
Just next to the Palace of Westminster, this gothic church is the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English monarchs. The present cathedral dates from the 17th century, when it was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London, and was designed by Christopher Wren.
It is the official London residence of the Queen and the Royal family. When the Queen is at the residence the flag is flying on top of the Palace. The square in front of the Palace is decorated with Victoria Memorial built in 1911.
Westminster Abbey is regarded as the centre of this area. They say. the City was founded here near the monastery as far back as the 7th century.
It is a very old building in London. It is nine hundred years old. It stands on the Thames. In the early days of the history of England the English kings lived in it. Then it was a prison where many people died.
Now it is a museum and many people from other countries come to see it.
It’s London’s most famous bridge. It’s the last bridge crossing the Thames.
The Bridge, constructed in the 1890s.. The road over the bridge can be raised to allow ships to pass through.
tLondon is full of wonderful parks and this park is one of them. Situated in the center of London it’s considered to be a royal park. It is famous for its Speaker’s Corner. Nowadays it is also often used for different rock concerts. UK
Do you know English writers? (Знаете ли вы английских писателей?) Correct the following list.
Daniel Defoe 1. “Two gentlemen of Verona”
Luis Carral 2. “Julliver’s travels”
Jonathan Swift 3. “Alice in Wonderland
Archibald Cronin 4. “Robinson Crusoe”
Jerome K. Jerome 5. “Three men in a boat”
Mark Twain 1. “The selfish Jiant”
Albert Malts 2. “How the Whale got his throat”
Oscar Wild 3. “Circus Comes to Town”
Rudyard Kipling 4. “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”
Daniel Defoe 5. “Robinson Crusoe”