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Матеріали до проведення предметного тижня з англійської мови для учнів 9-11 класів. Допомагає зосередитися на країнознавчому аспекті:Country studying, Literature, Sport & Music та розвинути логічне мислення: Riddles, Word changing.
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Country studying

  1. Where do the British Isles lie?
  2. What parts does Great Britain consist of?
  3. What is the name of the country that we call England? (the UK)
  4. What is the capital of the UK?
  5. Who founded London? (Romans)
  6. What is the capital of the USA?
  7. Where does the president of the USA live and work? (The White House) 
  8. How many states are there in America? (50)
  9.  What is the largest state of the USA? (Alaska)
  10.  What is the most famous statue in the USA? (The Statue of Liberty)
  11. What London library is the biggest one? (The British museum library)
  12. Who was the first president of the USA? (George Washington) What is the largest park in London? (Hyde Park)
  13.  Who was called “An iron Lady”? (Margaret Thatcher)
  14. Who brought up King Arthur? (Magician Merlin)

Literature

  1. What is the real name of Mark Twain? (Samuel Clemens)
  2. Name the works by Mark Twain (“The Adventures of tom Sawyer”, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”, “The Prince and the Panper”)
  3. What was the name of Tom’s aunt? (Aunt Polly)
  4. What was the hometown of Shakespeare? (Stratford-on-Avon)
  5.  Name the works of W. Shakespeare (“King Lear”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “Hamlet”, “Othello”)
  6. For what theatre did Shakespeare write his plays? (For “The Globe” theatre)
  7. Who said: “To be or not to be, - that is the question?”(Hamlet)
  8. If Romeo and Juliet had surnames, what would they be? (Romeo Montage and Juliet Capuliet)
  9. Who wrote “White Fang”/”The call of the Wild”? (Jack London)
  10. Where was Jack London born? (San Francisco, USA)
  11. What is the real name of Robin Hood? ( Robert Locksley)
  12. What were the names of Robin Hood’s followers? (Merry Men)
  13.  What does the word “Utopia” mean? (no place – nowhere)
  14. Whose son was King Arthur? (Pendragon)

 

Sport

  1. Who first organized Olympic Games?(Greeks)
  2. What is Olympic motto? (“Faster, Higher, Stronger”)
  3. What is the Olympic symbol? (5 interlocking circles)
  4. What colours do the circles have? (blue, yellow, black, green, red)
  5. Who is Andrew Shevchenko?
  6.  Who is the famous Ukrainian boxer?
  7. Who is Yana Klochkova?
  8. What kind of sport is especially associated with Britain?
  9. Where was Euro 2012?
  10. How many players are in the football team?

Music

  1. What is the name of rock’n’roll’s king? (Elvis Presley)
  2. Whose song is “Love me tender”? (Elvis Presley)
  3. Where were “The Beatles” born? (Liverpool)
  4. Whose is the song “Yesterday”? (The Beatles)
  5. What Ukrainian pop star won Eurovision?
  6. What is native country for ABBA?
  7. Who is Oleg Skrupka?
  8. Whose is the song “Show must go on”?( “Queen”)
  9. Name song that Celine Dion sings for famous film “Titanic”.
  10.  What is native country for Elton John?

Others (The UK)

  1. Englishmen prefer tea with milk. What tea do they call “Russian”? (Tea with lemon)
  2. What is Union Jack?
  3. What is Big Ben?
  4. Who is the head of the UK?
  5. What is highest mountain in Great Britain?
  6. What river does London stand on?
  7.  What countries make the UK?
  8. What is House of Parlament?
  9. Who presented The Statue of Liberty to the people of America? (The people of France)
  10.  What is the famous airport in London? (Heathrow)
  11.  What was the industrial symbol of Great Britain? (wool)
  12. What saint is the saint patron of London?  (St. Paul)
  13. What does the word “Avon” mean? (river)

 

Riddles

  1. What is that never was, never will be and yet is?(today)
  2. The little old woman has twelve children: some short, some long, some cold, some hot. What is it?(a year)
  3. What key doesn’t lock a door? (a music)
  4. It give us milk and butter too, it’s very kind and likes to moo.(a cow)
  5. If Dick’s father is Tom’s son, who is Dick to Tom?(Dick is Tom’s grandson)
  6. Who carries his house with him? (a snail)
  7. What month has 28 days? (all)
  8. What clock shows the right time twice a day? (one that doesn’t go)

 

  1. Magic Fifteen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Put a number in each square, using the number from 1 to 9. No number can be used more than once. It should be explained that the number must be placed so that they total 15 anyway they are added – horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

 

 

Answer:

2

9

4

7

5

3

6

1

8

 

 

 

 

Word changing

Change the words into different ones by adding one letter at the beginning or the end.

Example: Change a word meaning a place for skating (rink) into what you do when thirsty (drink).

  1. Change the reason for umbrellas into a quick means of travel.
  2. Change something very cold into something used for pudding.
  3. Change a measure of distance into a little laugh.
  4. Change part of the head into a measure of time.
  5. Change a scheme into something growing in the garden.
  6. Change a place for ships into athletic games.
  7. Change to go quickly into one step of a ladder.
  8. Change a rule into animal’s “finger”.

 

Answers: 1 (rain-train), 2 (ice-rice), 3 (mile-smile), 4 (ear-year),

5 (plan-plant), 6 (port-sport), 7 (run-rung), 8 (law-claw)