Викторина по англо-говорящим странам 7 класс Учитель английского языка II квалификационной категории Демченко А.А. МОУ Лицей №82 п.Каменоломни Ростовская обл. Содержание: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Countries and capitals The UK (map) The Quiz on the UK The USA New Zealand Australia Canada Countries and capitals The UK The USA Australia New Zealand Scotland Wales Ireland Northern Ireland Washington Wellington London Canberra Belfast Edinburgh Dublin Cardiff The UK The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The USA What do the stripes and the stars mean? Will they add a star if a new state appears? The Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty was presented to people of the USA by people of France on the 4th of July, 1884.It is the largest statue ever made. The right arm holds a great torch and the left hand holds a tablet with the date of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. New York New York is one of the biggest cities in the USA, it’s the city of contrasts, because you can see ancient churches of 18th century and modern sky-scrapers. People of different races and nationalities live here. Washington Washington is also visited by tourists, here you can see the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the White House and the Capitol. In 1791 G.Washington chose it as a capital. But there is no sky-scrapers here, and no buildings higher than the Capitol. New Zealand New Zealand is the state in the southwest part of the Pacific Ocean. The population is 3,8 million people. The official language is English, Maori. The country is divided into 92 counties. The capital of the country is Wellington. The head of the state is the queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. New Zealand The relief of New Zealand • The most part the country is occupied by hills and mountains (the highest point is the Cook on the Southern island, 3764 m, it is covered with eternal snow and glaciers). There is the Volcanic plateau (active volcanoes, geysers, frequent earthquakes) on the northern island . Australia Australia was discovered by Captain cook in 1770.It is an unusual country, New Year is in the middle of summer, summer months are never cold, hot winds blow from the North. Native trees look strange and never lose their leaves. Canada Canada is a great country. The national emblem of Canada is the maple leaf. Eskimos and Indians were the first to settle in Canada, they came from Asia. The Quiz What is the national flower of England? Rose Who is the current monarch? Queen Elizabeth II How many countries are there in the UK? 4 The British flag is called….. Union Jack The Quiz The Cannel Tunnel, linking the UK to the rest of Europe, runs between England and which country? France Where is in London is Poet’s Corner? Westminster Abbey When do children go “trick or treating”? Halloween The Quiz Mount Cook is situated in…. New Zealand How many states are there in Australia? 6 Who discovered Australia? Captain James Cook What is the capital of Australia? Canberra The Quiz How many stars are there on the American flag? 50 Who gave the statue of Liberty as a present to the USA? People of France When was Washington chosen as a capital of the USA? In 1791 The Quiz Who was the first to live in Canada? The Indians and the Eskimos What is the national symbol of New Zealand people? The bird Kiwi What is the national emblem of Canada? The maple leaf Quiz on New Zealand What is the capital of the country? What is the climate in the country? What are the main rivers? What industries are developed? What big cities do you know? What is the political system of the country?