Интерактивный плакат для 5 класса по английскому языку Достопримечательности Лондона


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* Составила: учитель иностранного языкаМБОУ «Прохоровская гимназия» Гринёва Екатерина Николаевна 2013 год READ AND ANSWER PUT TOGETHER WRITE REMEMBER THINK PLAY A DIALOGUE Выход SIGHTS OF LONDON 1) The famous clock Big Ben stands near the Houses of Parliament. The country's leaders speak in the Houses of Parliament. The men and women there are the of the British people. The Houses of Parliament stand beside the river Thames. You can go on a from Westminster and see London from the river. You can also see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge. 2) You can see the Tower of London from the river Thames. The Tower is very old. It has a long and history. It is not just one building. The tall building is the White Tower, the oldest part of the Tower of London. The is near the river. You do not see there today. But the Bloody Tower has a history of blood - the blood of men, women and even children. Now the King and the Queen of Britain do not live in the Tower. When the Queen is in London, she stays in Buckingham Palace. 3) Standing not far from the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey is a symbol of England. The legend says that Westminster Abbey by himself. We know that Westminster Abbey by King Edward in 1065. The coronation of all British Kings and Queens takes place in Westminster Abbey. Some famous English people are also here. The for Diana, Princess of Wales, took place in Westminster Abbey in September 1997. 4) The famous clock Big Ben stands near the Houses of Parliament. The country's leaders speak in the Houses of Parliament. The men and women there are the of the British people. The Houses of Parliament stand beside the river Thames. You can go on a from Westminster and see London from the river. You can also see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge. * * ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:1) Where does Queen Elizabeth live when she is in London?2) The Bloody Tower has a history of blood, hasn’t it?3) When was Westminster Abbey built?4) Where does the famous British clock stand?5) What can you see from Westminster Bridge?6) Do the King and the Queen of Britain live in the Tower now? WritingHere’s Oleg’s postcard from London. Write the full forms of the verbs. Dear Dima,We’re having a wonderful time. I’ll never forget my trip to London and I know Kate won’t either. It’s a wonderful city. We’ve seen a lot of interesting places. I’m glad you’ve phoned me. Kate’s sent you a postcard, too. We’ll be at home in a week.Oleg.  Dear Dima,We … having a wonderful time. I … never forget my trip to London and I know Kate … either. It … a wonderful city. We … seen a lot of interesting places. I … glad you … phoned me. Kate … you a postcard, too. We … be at home in a week.  Oleg. CALL THE SIGHTS OF LONDON Choose the word that doesn’t belong to the groupa) Regent's Park, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, MOMI;b) Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, the Thames, the Tower of London;c) museum, flat, gallery, palace; d) London Eye, Tower Bridge, Stonehenge, the Tate Gallery. * MAKE UP THE DIALOGUE AND PLAY ITUSE the scheme and the words:-I’m your guide. I’ll show you around London.- Where would you like to go?-Hello. We would like to visit ... .-Ok. It’s ... from here.-How can we ... ?-We can get there by ... .-What would you advise?-You will enjoy ... .-Ok. Let’s ... .

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