Презентация 6 класса по предмету "Иностранный язык" на тему: "Презентация к уроку по теме England К УМК О.В Афанасьевой, И.В.Михеевой «Английский язык. Учебник для 6 класса школ с углубленным изучением английского.". Скачать бесплатно и без регистрации. — Транскрипт:
Презентация к уроку по теме England К УМК О.В Афанасьевой, И.В.Михеевой «Английский язык. Учебник для 6 класса школ с углубленным изучением английского языка, лицеев, гимназий, колледжей. Москва, «Просвещение», 2012» Подготовила: Маринченко И.П., учитель иностранных языков МБОУ «СОШ 4 п. Чернянка Белгородской области»
England The Three Lions Crest – a symbol of England The Three Lions Crest – a symbol of England The motto of England and the Sovereign is " Dieu et mon Droit " (French for God and my right). The motto of England and the Sovereign is " Dieu et mon Droit " (French for God and my right). St George's Flag, the England Flag St George's Flag, the England Flag The red rose is the national flower of England
The North The Northeast The North West West Midlands East Anglia The South The Southeast The Southwest East Midlands England
Quick Facts about This Amazing Country! Land area: 243,000 sq km (93,000 sq miles). Length: Just under 1,000 km (600 miles) from North to South Width: About 480 Km from east to west It is only 35 km from France and is now linked by a tunnel under the English Channel. Britain
The term Great Britain has existed since 1603, when James VI of Scotland became James I of England (and Wales) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was given this name in 1922 when the rest of Ireland became the Irish Free State. The term Great Britain is still widely used, but some British people prefer just Britain as they think the Great sounds arrogant. Many people talk about the English meaning the Scots, the Welsh and sometimes the Irish too. Understandably, the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish do not like this!
The White Cliffs of Dover The White Cliffs (отвесная скала на берегу моря) of Dover are truly one of the most famous English landmarks. These distinctive cliffs have been a welcoming site for returning sailors through the many centuries.
Stonehenge This stone circle is called Stonehenge. It is the most famous prehistoric monument in Britain and is situated on Salisbury Plain in the county of Wiltshire. People began building Stonehenge about 5,000 years ago, dragging each stone into place. They may have worshipped the Sun here.
One of the most popular landmarks in London is Buckingham Palace, the residence of the royal family. The 600-room palace is surrounded by a 40-acre garden.
Big Ben is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. The clock tower is situated on the banks of the river Thames. Officially Big Ben is only the name of the biggest of the five bells in the clock tower also known as St Stephen's Tower.
The Channel Tunnel (sometimes called the Eurotunnel or Chunnel) was opened in It runs between Folkestone in Britain and Calais in France. Two types of train run through the Tunnel: the Eurostar, which carries foot passengers like a normal train, and the Shuttle, which carries vehicles and passengers. the Shuttle the Eurostar It was opened in Calais on 6 May 1994 by British Queen Elizabeth II and French President François Mitterrand