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The rules of the game.

In our game well find which team knows English Speaking countries better. As you n see we have 4 categories of questions: Great Britain, English Speaking countries, English proverbs and of course Russia. Each category has about 20 25 questions. You should an arrow, choosing the category of questions and then you must choose the number of a question. Listen to it attentively. When you are ready to answer, raise up your hand. The more right answers you ll give the better result youll get. Good luck! 3. T: Is everything clear? Are there any questions? OK! Lets start! 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. : Great Britain America Russia English Speaking Countries English Proverbs A list of signs Great Britain. What is the longest river in Great Britain? (The Severn in England, 350 km long). What is the full name of Great Britain and Northern Ireland? (The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ) How many parts does Great Britain consist of? What are they? (3, England, Scotland, Wales). The British Parliament consists of 2 Houses. How are they called? (The House of Lords and the House of Commons) Whats the second name of the House of Parliament in London? (Palace of Westminster). How can the people see if the Parliament is in session? (There is a flag over the building; there is light over the face of Big Ben.) The capital of Great Britain. (London) Is there a Labor Party in Great Britain? (Yes) The capital of Northern Ireland (Belfast). The highest mountain in Great Britain. (Ben Nevis is in Scotland 1343 m.) Every year English people receive a New Year Tree from their friends. Who sends this present to England? (People of Norway) Whats the name of the British newspaper of the working people (Morning Star) Two British towns are known for their universities. (Cambridge, Oxford.) What is the name of the police in Great Britain (Scotland Yard) Where does the chairman of the House of Lords sit? (on the wool-sack, covered with red cloth). How many parts does London consist of? What are they? (3, the City, the West End, the East End) Join the two parts and name the cities. Man-chester, Lon-don, Cam-bridge, Bel-fast, Bris-tol, Liver-pool.( ) A famous English poet living at the end of the 18-th and the beginning of 19-th centuries. (Byron)

19. A famous English play writer (W. Shakespeare) 20. When is Christmas celebrated? (On the 25-th of December) 21. The most popular drink in Britain. (tea)

22. How many letters are there in the English alphabet? (26) 23. What was the name of the woman Prime Minister of Great Britain? (M. Thatcher) The USA 1. Whats the name of American President? 2. How many states are there in the USA (51) 3. In which city is Hollywood? (Los Angeles) 4. Was Jack London an English or an American writer? (American) 5. When did the first join Soviet-American Space-flight take place? (1975) 6. The largest city in the USA (New York) 7. Which of the American parks is famous all over the world and loved by children and their parents? (Disney Land) 8. What was Abraham Lincoln? (American President). 9. He is called the king of rockn roll. (E. Presley ) 10. This river is called the father of waters. 11. Who was the first president of the USA? (George Washington) 12. What is the national symbol of the USA? (the bald eagle) 13. What is the capital of the United States of America? (Washington) 14. Where is the Statue of Liberty situated? (in New York) 15. How many stripes does the American flag have? (thirteen) 16. What is the national sport in America? (baseball) 17. What is the oldest public building in Washington? (the White House) 18. In which month is Thanksgiving Day celebrated? (November) 19. What was the first capital of the USA? (Philadelphia) 20. What is the nickname of the US government? (Uncle Sam) 21. On which ship did the Pilgrim Fathers sale to America? (the Mayflower) 22. What is the biggest state of the USA? (Alaska) 23. Who discovered America? (Christopher Columbus) English Speaking Countries. 1. What is the largest city in Australia? (Sydney) 2. What is the capital of Australia? (Canberra) 3. What was the first capital of Australia? (Melbourne) 4. What is the official language of Australia? (English) 5. How big is the territory of Australia? (about 8 million square kilometres) 6. What are Australians national colours? (green and gold) 7. What is the best-loved animal in Australia? (the koala) 8. What animals can be seen on Australia's coat of arms? (the kangaroo and the emu) 9. What domestic animal outnumbers people in Australia? (the sheep) 10.When did the first railway appear in England? (in 1825 or in 1845) 11.What country there is no winter in? (Australia) 12. This continent is south of the Equator. 13. When do people celebrate the New Year in Australia? (in the middle of summer) 14. What animal nearly ruined Australia? (the rabbit) 15.What was the name of the Australian continent when Cook explored its eastern coast? (New Holland)

16. Who discovered Tasmania? (Captain Abel Tasman) 17. What is the national anthem of Australia? ("Advance Australia Fair") 18. What is the capital of Tasmania? (Hobart). 19. What colour are taxis in the UK and the USA (yellow) 20. What are the official languages in Canada? (English and French) 21. There are fifty stars and thirteen stripes on the national flag of the USA. What do they mean? Russia. 1. What railway station do we arrive at when we go to Moscow from Belgorod. (Kursky) 2. When did the Great Patriotic War Begin? (22.06.41) 3. Who was the first cosmonaut in the world? 4. What colour is Russias flag? (white, blue, red) 5. What are the names of Russian women cosmonauts? 6. What city is known for its white nights? (St. Petersburg) 7. Which monument stands at the railway station in Belgorod? (to Apanasenko) 8. Which river is the longest in our region? (Oskol, 225 km.) 9. Who is the drama theatre in Belgorod named after? 10. When was Belgorod region organized? (1954) 11. Which theatre is the oldest in Moscow? (The Bolshoi, 1776) 12. When was Belgorod founded? (1596) 13. Whose name carries the State University in Moscow? (Lomonosov) 14. Who is the President of Russia? 15. What place in our country is popular for summer holidays? 16. Who is the father of cosmonautics? (Tsiolkovsky) 17. How much time did Gagarin spend into space during his flight? (108) 18. When did the 12-th Youth Festival in Moscow take place? (1985) 19. When is the International Childrens Day celebrated? (June 1) 20. What are the New Year traditions in our country? 21. When was our school founded? (1965) 22. Where was Y.Gagarin born? (Klushino, near Smolensk) 23. Which monument is situated in Red Square in Moscow? (to Minin and Pojarsky). 24. Whose words are these: Everything must be beautiful in a person, his face, his clothing, his spirit and mind. (Chekhov) 25. How old is Moscow? (1147-2008) English Proverbs. 1. A friend in need is a friend indeed. 2. All is well that ends well. 3. Appetite comes with eating. 4. Better late than never. 5. Business before pleasure. 6. East or West home is best. 7. Everything is good in its season.

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He laughs best who laughs last. Live and learn. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.

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Rome was not built in a day. To kill two birds with one stone. Two heads are better than one. What is done cannot be undone. We know a man by his friends. Many hands make light work. Art is long, life is short. Think before you speak. A change of work is as good as a rest. The longest day must have an end. Label each picture.

1.Telephone. 2. Elevator. 3. Facility for the disabled. 4. Information. 5. Cafe. 6.No smoking. 7. Meeting point. 8. Baggage claim. 9. Restrooms. 10. Exchange. 11.Restaurant. 12. Bus. 13. Porters. 14. Souvenirs. 15. Post office. 16. Check-room. 17.Taxi. 18. First aid. 19. Entrance. 20. Exit. 21. Departures. 22. Arrivals. 23. Hairdresser. 24. Luggage lockers. 4. T: The game is over. The team 1 has got . points. The team 2 has got . points. SO, THE WINNER IS Congratulations! . , , . . 6. T: You see our lesson has come to the end. I thank you for your work and Id like to know what emotions you feel now and why. Positive emotions joy proud success admiration surprise happiness satisfaction Negative emotions fear irritation boredom sadness anxiety

unsatisfaction Because .. Iwas (not) bored - was active, emotional worked hard - fulfilled the task didnt relax answered properly - got a good mark got much new information about the UK saw interesting pictures showing the life in the UK Positive emotions joy proud success admiration surprise happiness satisfaction I feel .. Why? Because I Negative emotions fear irritation boredom sadness anxiety unsatisfaction

didnt relax was (not) bored answered properly saw interesting pictures showing the life in the UK worked hard was active, emotional fulfilled the task

got much new information about the UK

got a good mark

T: I am happy, that you liked our lesson. Good bye!