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внеклассное мероприятие "Брейн-ринг" на тему "London"

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Double decker bus

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William and Kate

Telephone booths

Tower Bridge

Houses Of Parliament

Big Ben

Queen of the great Britain

London Eye

Tower of London

Westminister

Abbey

Trafalgar

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Buckingham Palace



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Horisontal line 1. 1.The biggest and the most famous clock in Britain.

  1. The capital of Great Britain.

  2. The most significant and famous royal church.

  3. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of... family.

  4. The popular square for tourists in London. A meeting point of six street
    8. A fashionable and stylish place to visit with shops, markets, bar sand сг

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  1. The Royal Palace in London.

  2. The fortress, royal palace, prison, and now a museum.
    7. A word that means an interesting place for tourists.

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Name: ……………………………………………………

Class: ………………





What famous places can you see? Read and match.


London Eye A double ducker Piccadilly Circus Westminster Abbey Beefeaters The Gherkin The Globe Theatre A phone box Buckingham Palace Houses of Parliament A mailbox

The British Museum Madame Tussaud’s Hyde Park The Tower of London Tower Bridge



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1. …………………………………………….

The official home of the British royal family in London, containing almost 600 rooms.

2. …………………………………………….

A theatre where Shakespeare’s plays were first performed. Destroyed in the 17th century, rebuilt in 1996.

3. …………………………………………….

It is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom.

4. …………………………………………….

It is a famous road junction, built in 1819. It is situated close to major shopping and entertainment areas in the heart of the West End.



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5. ……………………………………………

A fortress, built in the 11th century. Early in its history it was a royal residence and prison, now it’s a museum.

6. ……………………………………………

A bridge which crosses the River Thames, just to the east of the Tower of London. Often used as a symbol of London.

7. ……………………………………………

A very large gothic church in Westminster. Almost all British kings and queens have been crowned there.

8. …………………………………………….

The building in which the members of the British parliament meet.



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9. …………………………………………..

A large park in central London, which includes a speaker’s corner, a place where ordinary people can make speeches.

10. ………………………………………….

One of the most distinctive buildings in the City of London. It’s the blue coloured, glass office tower.

11. …………………………………………….

A museum that contains models of famous people, both living and dead, made of wax. It was started in 1802.

12. ……………………………………………

A famous building which contains a large and important collection of ancient art, writings, coins, drawings.



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13. ………………………………………….

Guards at the Tower of London, who wear a traditional old-fashioned red uniforms and guard the crown jewels.


14. ………………………………………….

A typical British bus with two levels. Some of them specialise in short sight-seeing tours for tourists.

15. ……………………………………………

A small building containing a telephone for use by the public.

16. ……………………………………………

An official metal box in a public place, into which people can put letters to be collected and sent by post.















































































Key:

1. Buckingham Palace

2. The Globe Theatre

3. London Eye

4. Piccadilly Circus

5. The Tower of London

6. Tower Bridge

7. Westminster Abbey

8. Houses of Parliament

9. Hyde Park

10. The Gherkin

11. Madame Tussaud’s

12. The British Museum

13. Beefeaters

14. A double ducker

15. A phone box

16. A mailbox




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1. London is the capital of….

a. Scotland

b. Great Britain

c. America

2. St.Paul’s Cathedral is…

a. a church

b. a fortress

c. a museum

3. The Great Fire of London took place in …

a. 1666

b. 1796

c. 1904

4. The largest park in London is ….

a. Regent’s Park

b. Hyde Park

c. St. James’s Park

5. The queen lives in …

a. Buckingham Palace

b. The Tower of London

c. Westminster Abby

6. London is situated on the river …

a. Volga

b. Thames

c. Seven

7. The Tower of London is …

a. prison

b. a museum

c. the Zoo

8. The Heart of London is …

a. Westminster

b. the West End

c. the City

9. St. Paul’s Cathedral was built in the 17th century by …

a. Admiral Nelson

b. William the Conqueror

c. Sir Christopher Wren

10. Big Ben is …

a. bell

b. the clock

c. a tower

11. Which famous writer was born in Stratford-upon-Avon?

a. Geoffrey Chaucer

b. Agatha Christie

c. William Shakespeare


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The 2nd round.Make up the word combinations. (приложение 2).

Big Palace

Trafalgar Tower

Bloody London

White Bridge

Buckingham Ben

The Houses of Square

Tower Abbey

The Tower of Parliament

Westminster Tower



The 2nd round. Make up the word combinations. (приложение 2).

Big Palace

Trafalgar Tower

Bloody London

White Bridge

Buckingham Ben

The Houses of Square

Tower Abbey

The Tower of Parliament

Westminster Tower

внеклассное мероприятие "Брейн-ринг" на тему "London"
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Описание:

BrainRing   “London

учитель: Братковская Яна Валерьевна

  класс: 6-А

Цели мероприятия:

Образовательная

  • закрепить изученный лингвострановедческий материал;

Развивающая

  • развивать внимание и память учащихся;
  • формировать коммуникативную и социо-культурную компетенции;

Воспитательная

  • формировать умение работать в сотрудничестве с другими;
  • воспитывать уважение и познавательный интерес к истории, культуре и традициям Великобритании.

Задачи: Обобщить пройденный материал по теме, развивать лексические, грамматические навыки, навыки монологической речи и аудирования.

 

Procedure

T. Dear friends! Today we’ll play a game “Brain Ring” or everything about London. You have already read many texts in your books, had a lot of additional information about Great Britain, London and its sights. But before we start our game let’s listen to the national anthem of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is called “God Save the Queen”.

                                                 God save our gracious Queen!

                                                 Long live our noble Queen!

                                                 God, save the Queen!

                                                 Send her victorious,

                                                 Happy and glorious,

                                                 Long reign over us,

                                                 God, save the Queen!

 

And now it’s time to introduce our teams and begin our game. Captains, introduce your teams, please.

 

 So we came to the main point of today’s game – London. But before speaking about London I want you to interpret with the help of the alphabet codified expression of a famous English writer Samuel Johnson about London.

 

When a man is tired of London he is tired of life.( scrambled – 23,8,5,14,1,13,1,14,9,19,20,9,18,5,4,15,6,12,15,14,4,15,14,8,5,9,19,20,9,18,5,4,15,6,12,9, 6,5.))

(приложение 1)

 

The  1stround. Разминка. (1 бал за правильный ответ)

 

1. .How many letters are there in the English alphabet?

2.      How many seasons are there in a year?

3.      Who is my father’s father?

4.      Who is my mother’s son?

  1. When do the English celebrate Christmas?
  2. When do the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day?
  3. Is “vegetable” food or animal?
  4. Is “carrot” a vegetable or fruit?
  5. Where do we do our homework?
  6. Where do we cook and wash up?

 

The 2nd round.Make  up   the  word  combinations. (приложение 2).

             Big                                      Palace

              Trafalgar                           Tower

              Bloody                               London

              White                                 Bridge

              Buckingham                      Ben

              The Houses of                  Square

              Tower                                Abbey

              The Tower of                    Parliament

               Westminster                   Tower

 

The 3d round.  Choose the correct answer.(приложение 3)

 

1.London is the capital of….

a.         Scotland

b.         Great Britain

c.         America

2. St.Paul’s Cathedral is…

a.         a church

b.         a fortress

c.         a museum        

3. The Great Fire of London took place in …

a.         1666

b.         1796

c.         1904

4. The largest park in London is ….

a.         Regent’s Park

b.         Hyde Park

c.         St. James’s Park

5. The queen lives in …

a.         Buckingham Palace

b.         The Tower of London

c.         Westminster Abby

6. London is situated on the river …

a.         Volga

b.         Thames

c.         Seven

7. The Tower of London is …

a.         prison

b.         a museum

c.         the Zoo

8. The Heart of London is …

a.         Westminster

b.         the West End

c.         the City

9. St. Paul’s Cathedral was built in the 17th century by … 

a.         Admiral Nelson

b.         William the Conqueror

c.         Sir Christopher Wren

10. Big Ben is …

a.         bell

b.         the clock

c.         a tower

11.       Which famous writer was born in Stratford-upon-Avon?

a. Geoffrey Chaucer

b. Agatha Christie

c. William Shakespeare

 

 

 

 

 

The 4th round. What is it?

 

WestEnd –the richest part of London

Tower of London –a museum

Westminster Abbey –a church

Buckingham Palacethe Queen’s home

Football – sport

Wimbledon – tennis stadium

Double-decker – London bus

TheGlobe – a theatre

Union Jack –the UK flag

Big Ben –a clock

The Thames – a river

Great Britain – an island

The UK – a country

Halloween – a holiday

Oxford – a university city

Elizabeth II – the queen

The tube – London underground

The black cab – London taxi

A red rose – a symbol of England

Ben Nevis – a mountain

London – a city (the capital)

 

The  5th  round.  Crossword   (приложение4)

 

 

 

The 6th round

Make up as many words as you can using letters from the word misunderstanding. You have only one minute. (miss, stand, under, dear, sun, ran, run, at, near, dinner, gun, dress, sing, sang, sung, tan, grass, dad, eat, ate, did, rest, art, mister, master, sister, aunt, air, ear, )

The time is over. Please read words by turns.

 

The 7th round. What famous places can you see?   Read and match. (приложение 5)

 

 

The 8th  round.(дополнительная игра при равном количестве баллов)

Учащимся предложен ряд  цифр, каждая из которых соответствует букве в английском

алфавите. Нужно собрать слово, и объяснить, какое отношение имеет это понятие к Великобритании.

 

 

 

 

1.         Команда

1, 20, 12, 1, 14, 20, 9,3      15, 3, 51, 14 (Atlantic Ocean)

 

20, 8, 1, 13, 5, 19    (Thames)

 

2.         Команда

 

5, 12, 9, 26, 1, 2, 5, 20, 8    (Elizabeth)

 

21, 14, 9, 15, 14     10, 1, 3, 11  (Union Jack)

 

 

 

The winner of the game is…   You are awarded by…..

Thank you, good bye. The game is over.

 

 

Автор Братковская Яна Валерьевна
Дата добавления 24.01.2015
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