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Раздел 9. Англия. Секция "Чтение"

Автор: Тарасенко Ирина Владимировна
Должность: учитель английского языка
Учебное заведение: МБОУ "СОШ № 57 с углубленным изучением английского языка г. Владивостока"
Населённый пункт: г.Владивосток
Наименование материала: презентация к уроку английского языка по УМК Афанасьевой, Михеевой, 6 класс углубленное изучение английского языка
Тема: Раздел 9. Англия. Секция "Чтение"
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УМК АфанасьеваО.В., Михеева И.В.,

6 класс,

с углубленным изучением

английского языка

Презентация к уроку

Unit 9. England

Section “Let us read”

Выполнила: учитель первой категории

МБОУ «СОШ № 57 с углублённым изучением

английского языка г. Владивостока»,

Тарасенко Ирина Владимировна

Royal London

Task 1. Read these proper names

Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II (the Second)

Trafalgar Square

St.James’s Park

Hyde Park

Regent’s Park

London Zoo

Roman Catholic Church

Parliament

The Crown

The Royal Family

The Church of England

The Spanish Armada

The Royal Albert Hall

The Victoria and Albert Museum

The British Throne

The Mall

The

most

important

building

is

Buckingham

Palace

(the

Palace),

which

is

the

official

residence

of

Queen Elizabeth II.

The Mall, a wide avenue used for

Royal processions runs from Trafalgar

Square

to

Buckingham

Palace

through St. James’s Park.

Ten Royal Parks in and around London

which are owned by the Crown. They

are open to the public free of charge.

Each

park

has

its

own

character.

Hyde Park

Regent’s Park St.James’s

Park

In the history of Britain there were certain

Kings and Queens whose names are specially

remembered

in

the

country

and

are

well-

known in the whole world.

One of them was King Henry VIII (1491-1547).

He was a very important monarch. Under him

Britain

became

independent

of

the

Roman

Catholic

Church,

it

got

richer

and

more

powerful. In 1535 Parliament named Henry

head of the Church of England and gave the

King all the power in the country.

Henry’s daughter, Elizabeth (1533-1603) became the

Queen in 1558. She never married and is remembered

as a very popular and strong queen. She is known for

saying

“I know I have the body of a week and feeble

woman, but I have

the heart and stomach of a King…”.

During her reign England became

very important in European politics,

the Spanish Armada was defeated,

art and especially the theatre

developed, and the country became

very powerful.

Another strong queen was Queen Victoria (1819-

1901), whose monument you can see in front of

Buckingham

Palace.

Queen

Victoria

came

to

the

throne as a young woman in 1837 and reigned until

her death in 1901. She ruled for the longest period in

the English history, for 64 years!

Victoria married a German, Prince Albert, but

he died at the age of 42 in 1861. That was a

great

tragedy

for

Queen

Victoria.

She

lef

London and never lived in the city where she

had been so happy with her husband and 9

children (5 sons and 4 daughters).

But there are places in London that remind us of

their love. One of them is the Royal Albert Hall – a

very large concert hall where the best musicians of

the world perform classical music. In front of the

Albert Hall there is a monument to Prince Albert

built by Queen Victoria.

Another place is the Victoria and Albert

museum (V&A) with its rich collections of

paintings and other works of art.

The

family

life

of

Queen

Victoria

touched

people’s

hearts. But this is not the only reason why Queen

Victoria became very popular. During her reign Britain

became

a

rich

industrial

country

with

a

developed

trade, an empire with a lot of colonies.

Queen Victoria’s great-great-granddaughter, Elizabeth

II, is on the British throne now. The Queen’s title in

the United Kingdom is

Elizabeth the Second, by the

Grace

of

God,

of

the

United

Kingdom

of

Great

Britain

and

Northern

Ireland

and

of

her

other

Realms

and

territories

Queen,

Head

of

the

Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith, etc, etc, etc.

Task 2.

Can you answer these questions?

1.

What palaces in London are connected with the Crown?

2.

Which building is the official residence of Queen

Elizabeth II?

3.

Where are Royal processions usually held in London?

4.

How many Royal Parks are there in London?

5.

Why is it said that the Queen in Britain reigns but doesn’t

rule?

6.

Which of the famous British kings and queens can you

name?

7.

Why is King Henry VIII remembered in the country and in

the whole world? Can you prove that he was a very

important monarch?

8. Why was Queen Elizabeth I remembered in the history of

Britain?

9. What do you know about Queen Victoria’s family life?

10. What places in London are connected with Queen

Victoria?

11. Why do some people call Queen

Victoria’s reign the “Golden Age” in

the history of Britain?

12. What do you know about the British

Royal Family of nowadays?

Task 3. Speak about

Royal Palaces in London

Royal Parks in London

King Henry VIII

Queen Elizabeth I

Queen Victoria’s family life

Queen Victoria’ reign

Thank you

for your work

and attention!!!

Resources

Google pictures

УМК «Английский язык» Афанасьева О.В.,

Михеева И.В. для общеобразовательных

организаций и школ с углубленным

изучением английского языка для 6 класса.

– М.: Просвещение, 2014.