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Викторина "Брейн-ринг" рекомендуется проводить в конце учебного года - страница №1/1

Брейн-ринг по страноведению для 9-х классов (40 минут)

Обобщающий урок-викторина “Брейн-ринг” рекомендуется проводить в конце учебного года.

За 2 недели до урока учащиеся получают следующее задание – повторить изученный материал по истории, географии, политике, образованию, науке и культуре страны.

Цели викторины:


  • повторить пройденный учебный материал в неформальной обстановке во время игры;

  • подвести итог по изучению темы: “The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”;

  • повысить интерес учащихся к изучению английского языка.

Состав участников:

  • игроки 2 команд (по 8 человек);

  • члены жюри (учащиеся 10-11 классов);

  • ведущий (ведущим может быть ученик 10-11 класса).

Оборудование:

  • карточки с вопросами для ведущего;

  • сигнальные карточки для команд;

  • секундомер.

Ход и правила викторины:

  1. В викторине принимает участие 16 учащихся, по 8 человек в команде.

  2. Команды рассаживаются за круглые столы, выбираются капитаны.

  3. Викторина состоит из 8 раундов, каждый раунд содержит 10 вопросов с 4 вариантами ответов. На каждый ответ на вопрос дается по 30 секунд. Команда, желающая ответить, поднимает сигнальную карточку. Если ответ неверный, ход переходит команде соперников.

  4. Жюри в ходе викторины следит, кто из учащихся в каждом раунде дал большее количество правильных ответов. В конце викторины команда победителей награждается дипломом “Знатоки Соединенного Королевства Великобритании и Северной Ирландии”, а также награждаются дипломами учащиеся, давшие большее количество правильных ответов по каждому раунду: “Знаток истории Англии”, “Знаток географии Англии” и т.д

I. Начало викторины

My dear friends, today we are going to talk about the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. You have to answer my questions. Let’s start our quizzing game.



Вопросы викторины

1 РАУНД

I. History of England

1. Under what king did the Knights of the Round Table gather together?

a) Henry IV b) Arthur  c) Edward II  d) William the Conqueror

2. What great historical event happened in 1066?

a) the Danish invention  b) a bourgeois revolution c) the battle of Hastings d) the battle of Bosworth

3. The Romans first invaded Britain in …

a) the 5th century AD  b) the 5th century BC c) the 1st century BC  d) the 1st century AD

4. London is more than …

a) one thousand years old b) two thousand years old c) three thousand years old  d) four thousand years old

5. The Princess Diana was the wife of …

a) Prince John  b) Prince Robert  c) Prince Wilhelm d) Prince Charles

6. What disaster did the whole England suffer from in the 14th century?

a) Great Fire of London  b) Great Plague in England  c) Battle of Trafalgar  d) Battle of Waterloo

7. The legend says that without them the Tower will fall. They are ….

a) the pigeons  b) the cats  c) the squirrels d) the ravens

8. Where are the British kings crowned?

a) in Parliament Square  b) in St. Paul’s Cathedral  c) in Westminster Abbey  d) in Canterbury Cathedral

9. What is the most famous place of pagans` sun worship in England?

a) a temple to the goddess Minerva in Bath

b) Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain

c) Dartmoor National park

d) Windsor Safari Park

10. A king was the founder of the British Navy. What was his name?

a) Edward  b) George c) Alfred d) Richard

II РАУНД

II. The main things about the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

1. What is the symbol of the United Kingdom?

a) a bald eagle b) Britannia c) a rose  d) a leek

2. What is the name of the British national flag?



a) the Union Jack  b) the Saint Andrew’s Cross

c) the Saint David’s Cross  d) the Stars and Stripes

3. What is the official religion in the United Kingdom?

a) Catholicism  b) Orthodoxy  c) Protestantism  d) Judaism

4. What is the emblem of Scotland?

a) a daffodil b) a thistle  c) a dragon  d) a red rose

5. What two animals can we see on British royal coat of arms?

a) the lion and the fox  b) the lion and the elephant



c) the lion and the unicorn  d) the lion and the wolf

6. What is the national anthem of Great Britain?

a) “God save the King”  b) “In God We Trust”

c) “Cod Save the Queen”  d) Peace at any Price

7. What is the name – the patronymic and the surname of the present English Queen?

a) Catherine George Windsor  b) Mary George Windsor

c) Ann George Windsor d) Elisabeth George Windsor

8. What does the word “Albion”, the poetic name of Great Britain mean?

a) green  b) red c) white  d) unknown

9. What kingdom of the United Kingdom has the depiction of a dragon on its flag?



a) Wales b) England  c) Scotland  d) Northern Ireland

10. What is the most important airport in Great Britain?



a) Heathrow Airport  b) Gatwick Airport

c) Stansted Airport  d) Vnukovo Airport



III РАУНД

III. Geography of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

1. Where is Greenwich?



a) in England b) in Scotland  c) in Wales  d) in Ireland

2. What lake does the famous Scottish monster live in?

a) Loch Erne  b) Loch Lomond c) Loch Ness  d) Loch Dove

3. What is the longest river in Great Britain?



a) the Severn  b) the Avon  c) the Thames  d) the Tyne

4. What is the name of the highest mountain in Wales?

a) Ben Nevis  b) Snowdon c) Scaffel Pike  d) Alps

5. What is the capital of Northern Ireland?

a) Cardiff   b) Dublin c) Belfast  d) London

6. What city in Britain has nickname “The Smoke”?

a) Edinburgh  b) Cardiff c) London  d) Aberdeen

7. Great Britain is divided into… .

a) 2 parts b) 3 parts  c) 4 parts  d) 5 parts

8. What natural resources bring the most profits to the British economy?

a) coal reserves b) oil reserves c) water reserves  d) gold reserves

9. What is Britain famous for?

a) its rains  b) its winds c) its fogs  d) its cold

10. What are the best English resorts?

a) Bristol and Southampton b) Brighton and Bath

c) Leeds and Bradford  d) Sunset Beach



IV РАУНД

IV. Political system of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

1. What is the state system of the United Kingdom?



a) a constitutional monarchy

b) a parliamentary republic

c) a limited monarchy

d) a federal republic

2. What chambers does the British Parliament consist of?

a) the Senate and the House of Representatives



b) the House of Lords and the House of Commons

c) the Cabinet of Ministers and the Shadow Cabinet

d) the House of Lords and the House of Representatives

3. Who presides in the House of Lords?



a) the Lord Chancellor b) the Speaker

c) the Chancellor of the Exchequer d) the Prime-Minister

4. Who presides in the House of Commons?

a) the Lord Chancellor b) the Speaker

c) the Chancellor of the Exchequer d) the Prime-Minister

5. Where does the British Premier live and work?



a) at 10 Downing Street b) in the Houses of Parliament

c) in Buckingham Palace d) in Fleet Street

6. What is the nickname of the Conservative Party?

a) the Tories b) the Whigs  c) the Whips  d) the Libs

7. For what period are the members of the House of Commons elected?

a) 2 years  b) 3 years  c) 4 years d) 5 years

8. What do the letters MP stand for?



a) Member of Parliament b) Member of the Party

c) Member of the Policy  d) Member of Political movement

9. How long does a session of the House of Commons last?

a) 30-60 days  b) 60-90 days  c) 120-150 days d) 160-175 days

10. What is “the Woolsack”?

a) a large bag of wool covered with white cloth

b) a small bag of wool covered with black cloth

c) a large bag of wool covered with red cloth

d) a small basket of wool covered with blue cloth



V РАУНД

V. Education in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

1. What is the school-leaving age in the UK?



a) 16 b) 13 c) 18 d) 17

2. Which of the following stages of British education is not obligatory?



a) nursery school  b) primary school  c) secondary school  d) high school

3. What is the top secondary school in Great Britain?

a) Chiswick Community School b) Eton  c) Harrow  d) Rugby

4. What is the highest mark in British schools?



a) A  b) B  c) G  d) F

5. In which century was the Oxford University established?

a) 15  b) 10  c) 13 d) 12

6. What universities have the highest academic reputation in the UK?

a) London University and Bristol University

b) Redbrick Universities



c) Cambridge University and Oxford University

d) Glasgow University

7. What is the largest youth organization in the UK?

a) the Camp Organization

b) the Boy Scout’s Association

c) the Sport Association

d) the Students Association

8. What do we call the following pattern of tuition: six month in college and six   month in industry?

a) further education

b) secondary education

c) full-time tuition

d) “sandwich” courses

9. What is the first degree awarded by universities?

a) a doctor’s degree b) a bachelor’s degree

c) a master’s degree  d) nothing

10. Pupils attend infants’ classes from the age of … .

a) 3 to 4  b) 4 to 5 c) 5 to 7  d) 6 to 8



VI РАУНД

VI. Famous people in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

1. An English write best-known for her novel Jane Eyre

a) Lewis Carroll  b) Agatha Christie  c) Charles Dickens d) Charlotte Bronte

2. Who is the “Architect of London?”

a) Inigo Jones  b) Edward Bailey c) Christopher Wren  d) Henry Tate

3. Who wrote “The Picture of Dorian Gray”

a) Mark Twain  b) Oscar Wilde  c) Edgar Poe  d) Walter Scott

4. Who is the creator of the electronic motor?

a) Thomas Edison  b) Isaac Newton  c) James Watt d) Michael Faraday

5. How many voyages around the world did James Cook make?

a) 3  b) 4  c) 2  d) 5

6. Who wrote a very big musical work: “War Requiem?”

a) Arthur Sullivan b) Benjamin Britten

c) Henry Wood  d) Andrew Lloyd Webber

7. An English painter, who lived and created in 1775-1851

a) S.M.W Turner b) William Hogarth

c) Thomas Gainsborough  d) John Constable

8. What is the name of the poet who was called “The Father of English Poetry”?

a) Jonathan Swift b) Geoffrey Chaucer c) Walter Scott  d) Charles Dickens

9. Who wrote “Oliver Twist”?



a) Charles Dickens  b) Robert Burns

c) William Shakespeare  d) Robert Stevenson

10. Who was the British Prime Minister in 1979-1996?

a) Margaret Thatcher  b) James Callaghan

c) Stanley Baldwin  d) John Major



VII РАУНД

VII. Holidays and traditions in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

1. What is the most important festival of Welsh poetry and music?

a) the Edinburgh Festival  b) the Rock festival in Liverpool

c) Eisteddfod  d) Eurovision

2. What is the Scottish national costume for men?

a) the tuxedo  b)the black uniform c) the kilt  d) the bearskin

3. What is the most popular drink in Britain?

a) apple juice  b) tea c) milk d) coffee

4. What is the name for New Year’s Eve in Scotland?

a) Cocney b) Hogmanay c) Christmas  d) the evening before New Year

5. What do children usually say at Halloween?



a) “trick or treat” b) “sing or dance” c) “give or take” d) “cry or laugh”

6. Which holiday is usually celebrated on the 5th of November in the UK?

a) Easter b) Guy Fawkes Day c) Halloween d) New Year

7. What is a “bank holiday”?

a) the holiday on the bank of the river  b) week-end

c) public holiday  d) summer holiday

8. What is the traditional Christmas song called in Britain?

a) “Anthem” b) “Auld Lang Syne”  c) “Imagine”  d) “Jingle Bells”

9. When is Halloween celebrated in the UK?

a) on 31st October  b) on 31st November

c) on 31st September d) on 31st January

10.Scottish surnames begin with…..

a) O`  b) Mac or Mc  c) de  d) La

VIII РАУНД

VII. What do you know about London?

1. What is London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?

a) the Tower of London  b) Winsdor Castle

c) Buckingham Palace  d) Westminster Abbey

2. Where is Nelson’s Column situated?

a) in the Tower of London b) in Trafalgar Square

c) in Piccadilly Circus  d) in Parliament Square

3. Where is London zoo?

a) Hyde park  b) St Jame`s park  c) Central park d) Regent’s park

4. Piccadilly Circus is the meeting point of ….

a) 4 streets  b) 5 streets c) 6 streets  d) 7streets

5. The changing of the guard happens every day at

a) 12.30 a.m  b) 12 o’clock c) 11.30 a.m  d) 10 o’clock

6. Where are the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people?

a) in the Tower of London  b) on the cemetery

c) on the river bank d) in Westminster Abbey

7. Covent Garden is now … .

a) a cinema b) a tourist shopping centre

c) a fruit and vegetable garden  d) a theatre

8. When was the Westminster Abbey founded?

a) in the 19th century  b) in the 10th century



c) in the 11th century  d) in the 12th century

9. Where can you see the wax models of famous people?



a) in Madam Tussaud`s Museum

b) in the British Museum

c) in the Westminster Abbey

d) in the Tower of London

10. Piccadilly Circus is the heart of London’s … .

a) East End  b) City  c) Westminster  d) West End



II. Итоги викторины.

Викторина завершается подведением итогов и награждением команд.









В браке главное не победа, а участие. Геннадий Малкин
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