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  1. The Geographical position of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  2. to recognize and to understand the new words • to read about Great Britain • to learn to find the necessary information from the text (listening comprehension) • to ask and answer about the geographical position of the UK Our aims:

  3. What island is the biggest in the world? • 2. What river is the longest in the world? • 3. What ocean is the biggest? • 4. What lake is the deepest in the world? • 5. What is the highest mountain in the world? Australia The Nile Geography Quiz The Pacific Ocean Baikal Everest

  4. DfehclimateuokhislandkitcewstraitjhrdmildvtokgoccupybgemseparatenhufdgjhjkmtyedcompassfhsurroundvtrektobesituatedtyiireytucontinentjjkodexctobewashedrtuytuyDfehclimateuokhislandkitcewstraitjhrdmildvtokgoccupybgemseparatenhufdgjhjkmtyedcompassfhsurroundvtrektobesituatedtyiireytucontinentjjkodexctobewashedrtuytuy Dfehclimateuokhislandkitcewstraitjhrdmildvtokgoccupybgemseparatenhufdgjhjkmtyedcompassfhsurroundvtrektobesituatedtyiireytucontinentjjkodexctobewashedrtuytuy Find the hidden word:

  5. Group1 Match English word with its Ukrainian translation: a climate a compass a continent an island a strait a zero mild to occupy to separate to surround to be situated to be washed Острів Протока м’який Займати омивати Оточувати Клімат Компас Розташовуватися відокремлювати континент нуль Keys: 1g) 2h) 3k) 4a) 5b) 6l) 7c) 8d) 9j) 10f) 11i) 12e)

  6. Group 2Match the word with its definition: • Climate • Continent • Island • Straight • Border • Territory • Population • Inhabitant • Area • a) the official line that separates two countries; • b) one of the people who live in a particular place; • c) a large mass of land surrounded by sea; • d) the typical weather conditions in a particular area; • e) a narrow passage of water between two areas of land, usually connecting two seas • f) a particular part of a country, town etc; • g) the number of people living in a particular area, country; • h) a piece of land completely surrounded by water; • i) the land of a particular type or the land that is owned or controlled by a particular state Keys: 1 d) 2c) 3 h) 4e) 5 a) 6 i) 7g) 8 b) 9 f)

  7. Complete the table:

  8. Put down these geographical names on the maps: • Northern Ireland • England • Scotland • Wales • the North Sea • the English Channel • London • the Thames River • Ben Nevis • Loch Lomond • the Gulf Stream

  9. Listen to the text, fill in the gabs: • 1. The UK is situated on the northwest coast of Europe. • 2. The UK lies on the British Isles, the two main islands are Great Britain and Ireland. • 3. The area of the UK is 244, 000 square kilometers. • 4. English is the official language, but it is not the only language. • 5. The highest mountain Ben Nevis in Scotland. • 6. The Severn is the longest river; the Thames is the most important one. • 7. The population in London is over seven million people.

  10. Watch to the video film, decide if the sentences are true or false: • 1. Most of the British population lives in England. • 2. Queen`s image is represented on the British money. • 3. Tourist can come and see the Queen`s house at the Downing Street easily. • 4. In university cities most people prefer to travel on foot. • 5. Liverpool is the capital of Scotland. • 6. Most on the British population works in the farmlands. • 7. No one can tell for sure what the Stonehenge really is. • 8. You can get through the Channel to the nearer countries. T T F F F F T T

  11. Homework • All pupils – learn the new words • Group 1 – dialogues about the UK • Group 2 – oral stories about the UK (according the table)

  12. WELL DONE!!!