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Вікторина What do you know about Britain?

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Вікторина для демонстрації набутих знань після вивчення Великої Британії. Змагатись можуть як учні-учні, так і учні- вчителі.

Цілі заходу:узагальнити, поглибити і розширити |лінгвокраєзнавчі знання по темі

“Great Britain”; удосконалювати|вдосконалювати уміння і навички|навички| практичного володіння англійською мовою по заданій темі; сприяти формуванню соціокультурної компетенції учнів; підвищити інтерес до вивчення іноземної мови|язика.

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Цілі заходу:

 

  • узагальнити, поглибити і розширити |лінгвокраєзнавчі знання по темі

“Great| Britain|”;

  • удосконалювати|вдосконалювати| уміння і навички|навички| практичного володіння англійською мовою по заданій темі;
  • сприяти формуванню соціокультурної компетенції учнів;
  • підвищити інтерес до вивчення іноземної мови|язика|.

 

Обладнання|обладнання| для проведення заходу:

  • картки|карточки| для вчителя|учителя| і жюрі;
  • роздатковий|роздавальний| матеріал для учасників команд;
  • маркери;
  • дзвіночки для подачі сигналу про  готовність команди;
  • постери;
  • мультимедійна презентація;
  • Сd програвач;
  • дипломи для нагородження команд .

 

Хід заходу:

Speaker: Dear guests, teachers and friends! We begin our play. Today we're going to speak about Great Britain. Let me introduce  the players.

   Students are joined into 2 teams to develop team spirit.

  Also we have a team of  English Language teachers.

  1.  Crossword.

You are given clues. Find 9 words in this crossword.You have only one minute.

 

 

t E r a i n S E

u n b n m c c n

b g c W o r o g

e l a a r i t l

t a b l o c l i

e n u e s х a s

a d s s e y n h

L o n d o n d x

 

Clues

England – Англія

Scotland| – Шотландія

Wales| – Уельс

London| – Лондон

English|англійський

tube|назва метро в центрі Лондона

tea|чай

rose|троянда

rain| - дощ

 

 

      2.National anthems.

Listen to 3 national anthems and decide which is the anthem of Great Britain “God Save the Queen”.

(They hear British\American\Welsh anthems. The participants work in their cards). 

 

      3.Flags.

In your cards you have 5 flags. Color the flags and match them with the name of the country.

(The pupils get the handout but in black and white. Students colour the  flags by memory .

 Later they are shown the examples of the flags (Slide 2,3)).

 

     4.Flowers-symbols.

You know that each country has its own symbols. So, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  consists of the parts and each of them has a flower symbol too. Now look at the screen, please, and say which flower belongs to which country.(The pupils get the handout (Slide 4).

 

    5. Holidays.

Guess the holiday.

Speaker:

  • This holiday is celebrated on the 25 of December. ( Christmas)
  • This holiday is on the 2-nd Sunday in May, people give their mothers presents and help them harder than ever. (Mother’s Day)
  • This holiday is on the last Thursday of November. People roast turkey and make puddings. ( Thanksgiving Day)
  • This holiday is at the end of March. People go to church colour  Eggs Hunt. (Easter).

( Slides 5-8)

 

6. Questions.

Questions for the 1 team:

1. What is the colour of London’s taxy? (black)

2. What is the population of London? (7 million).

3. What is the name of  business, commercial, trade centre of London? (the City).

4. What is the most favourite flower of the Englishmen? (a red rose).

5. How old is London? (over 2 thousand years).

6. Who is the official head of the state? (the Queen).

7. What is the most popular square in London. (Trafalgar Square).

8. London is situated on the river ……..? (The Thames).

9.  What is the capital of Scotland? (Edingburgh).

10. What is the official residence of the  royal family? (Buckingham Palace).

11. What is the name of the British flag? (The Union Jack).

 

 

 Questions for the 2 team:

 

  1. What language is spoken in Great Britain? ( English)
  2.  Big Ben is a clock, a tower or a bell? ( a bell)
  3. What is the name of one of the parts of Great Britain which is situated on the north? (Scotland)
  4. What is the capital of Wales? ( Cardiff)
  5. Name the highest mountain in Great Britain. ( Ben Nevis)
  6. What is the name of one of the parts of London where working people live? (the East End)
  7. What ocean  is Great Britain washed by? (the Atlantic Ocean)
  8. Nowdays Tower of London is a…….? ( a museum)
  9. What is the flower symbol of Wales? ( daffodil)
  10.  What is the name of the Queen today? ( Elizabeth II)
  11. What are the main colours  of the British flag? ( blue, red, white)

 

  Questions for the 3 team:

 

  1. What is the population of Great Britain? ( about 60 mln)
  2. What is the highest mountain in Wales? ( Snowdon)
  3. What is the name of the channel which seperates Great Britain from European continent? ( the English Channel)
  4. What is the most popular museum  in London? ( British Museum)
  5. This sport is  too popular  and it was born in Great Britain ( football)
  6. British children like this holiday most of all. ( Christmas)
  7. What is the largest part of the UK? ( England)
  8. W. Shakespeare was born in ………..(Stratford-upon-Avon)
  9. What is the capital of England? ( London)
  10. Ther are  red buses in London. What are their names? ( double-decker buses/ Routemaster)
  11. What theatre was organized by William Shakespeare? (The Globe Theatre)

 

7. Bingo.

Listen attentively and cover the sight that you hear, if you have covered all of them say “Bingo”. (1)

 

 

   

 

Listen attentively and cover the sight that you hear, if you have covered all of them say “Bingo”. (2)

 

 

  

 

Listen attentively and cover the sight that you hear, if you have covered all of them say “Bingo”. (3)

 

 

 

 

 

8.Time for fun!

 

Agree or disagree

1. “How do you do?” is not a question. It is a formal way to say “Hello” (yes)

2. Britain has an eagle as its symbol (a lion or a bulldog)

3. The patriotic colours in Britain are red, white, blue, yellow (red, white, blue)

4. London is a young city (old).

5. There are not any multistoried buildings in London (yes).

6. The British like to shake hands with each other nearly as often as Ukrainians (no).

7. Buses and pillar-boxes are bright yellow in London (red).

8. London Underground (or Tube) is the oldest and the longest in Europe (yes)

9. In Britain cars are driven on the right side of the road (left)

 

9. Sights of London.

 

Pupils are proposed some photos of places of interest of London. They have to give their names. They get 1 point if they pronounce them correctly. ( Slides10-20)

 

  1. Trafalgar Square
  2. Buckingham Palace
  3. Tower of London
  4. Big Ben
  5. St. Paul’s Cathedral
  6. Westminster Abbey
  7. Houses of Parliament
  8. London Eye
  9. The British Museum
  10. Hyde Park
  11. Piccadily Circus
  12. London Zoo

 

 

10. Coloured Questions:

 

Pupils are proposed three colours of  cards. They choose any and have  questions. Each colour is a group of questions on the certain theme.

 

Green -  the geographical position.

      1. Name the sea between the island Great Britain and Ireland? (The Irish Sea).

      2. On what continent are the British Isles situated? (Europe).

      3. What is the official name of the Great Britain? (The United Kingdom of Great Britain and   Northern Ireland).

 

Blue -the Royal family traditions

  1. How many grandchildren does Elizabeth II have? ( 6)
  2. In what month does the Queen have her birthday? (April)
  3. What films does she usually like to watch in the evenings? ( comedies)

 

Red – different facts about  G.B.

  1. What  is the nickname of  London’s  underground? (the tube)
  2. What is the name of an architect who designed St. Paul’s cathedral?(Christopher Wren)
  3. What is the most popular drink in Great Britain? ( tea)

11. Listening

 

Listen to the following, pay attention to the famous places of London and write them down, more places you write more points you get.

 

London Sightseeing

Guide: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to our round London sightseeing tour.

We are in the Piccadilly Circus (1) now and we’re turning left into Regent Street (2).

 We are going along White Hall (3). On the left you can see the Horse Guard Parade. Straight ahead is Nelson’s Column (4) in Trafalgar Square (5).

 Now we are going towards the City of London (6). Straight ahead you can see St. Paul’s Cathedral (7). This was built in the 17th century by Sir Christopher Wren.

 Now we are going over the Tower Bridge (8). We’re going away from the City of London. Behind us you can still see the walls of the Tower of London (9).

 Now we’re going over the Waterloo Bridge (10). On the left you can see the Houses of Parliament (11) and on the right you can see the City of London. ng.

 

 

12*. What would you do if you were British?

 

Teams   are given any situation for discussion:

 

Tea. If you drank smth at 5 o’clock, it’d be . . .

a) beer and butter

b) tea and soda

c) tea and milk

 

Food. If you had lunch, you’d have….

a) fish’n’chips

b) a hamburger

c) pasta

 

Pets. If you had a pet, you’d….

a) build monuments to your pet after its death

b) never allow it to lie on your bed

c) feed it very rarely

 

Weather. If smb started discussing weather with you, you would …. .

a) change the weather topic

b) speak about weather non-stop

c) turn round and go away

 

 

 

 

13**. Make the title of the country yourselves.

 

Pupils have two some boxes of matches and have to make the title of the country they’ve learnt.

 

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

 

 

 

 

 

Speaker:  So it is the end of our game. Now the Jury will  count your score. You are preposed to  listen to a SONG.

 (...) Listen to the jury, please.

 

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