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1ST ESO ENGLAND
PICTURES OF ENGLAND STONEHENGE BIG BEN AND THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, LONDON CAMBRIDGE
BEFORE READING Go to page 44. Do the exercise.
Answers: 1e 2g 3d 4a 5f 6h 7c 8b BEFORE READING
SOME GEOGRAPHY England + Scotland + Wales + Northern Ireland = The United Kingdom England + Scotland + Wales + Northern Ireland = The United Kingdom England is a part of the United Kingdom!!
MAP OF ENGLAND London is the capital city of: 1)England 2)The United Kingdom London is the capital city of: 1)England 2)The United Kingdom Other important cities in England
1.- BEAUTIFUL ENGLAND Match the following words to the pictures: villagehill shopriver beachcastle church Match the following words to the pictures: villagehill shopriver beachcastle church PLACES
2.- WHO ARE THE ENGLISH? In this chapter there are a lot of countries, nationalities and continents. Can you classify them? COUNTRIESNATIONALITIESCONTINENTS
2.- WHO ARE THE ENGLISH? Answer the questions: 1. What is the name of London in the past? 2. What is the name of the King in 1066? 3. How many people live in England today?
3.- THE BIG CITIES - LONDON Match the pictures to the places in London.
3.- THE BIG CITIES - BIRMINGHAM Make a list of the places that you can visit in Birmingham and explain why they are interesting, e.g.: 1. The Bullring – There are 160 shops
3.- THE BIG CITIES - LIVERPOOL Answer the questions: 1) Where is Liverpool? 2) Name one important band from this city. 3) Write the names of two football teams in Liverpool. 4) What is the Liverpool Empire? 5) Why is the cathedral special? 6) What can you find in Tate Liverpool?
3.- THE BIG CITIES - MANCHESTER Decide if the following sentences are true or false. When false write the correct information. 1. Manchester United is not an important team. 2. The Trafford Centre has got restaurants only. 3. In King Street there are clothes shops. 4. The Lowry is an old building. 5. Lowry was also a painter. 6. You can see plays at the People’s History Museum.
4.- MORE CITIES OF ENGLAND - NEWCASTLE Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Answer the questions: a) What is the Quayside? b) What is the Tyne? c) How many bridges are there in Newcastle? d) When does the Hyena Café open? e) What is the Angel of the North?
4.- MORE CITIES OF ENGLAND - York What is it?
4.- OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE Oxford University College Cambridge University How many collegues has Oxford University got? What about Cambridge University? What’s the most famous?
4.- BATH Hot water Who built the baths in Bath? What did they do there? Who built the baths in Bath? What did they do there? How do you say it in English?
4.- BRISTOL Decide if the statements below are true or false. When false correct them!! a) Bristol is on the River Thames. b) There is only one important museum. c) They built the Clifton Suspension Bridge in 1864.
EXERCISE: CHAPTERS 1,2,3,4 Go to page 45 and do the exercise
ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE
5. The coasts and the countryside Where can you see the countryside in the picture? What elements does the countryside have? The Lake District
THE LAKE DISTRICT How many lakes are there in the Lake District? Write the name of four of them.
ALNWICK CASTLE Visit the castle!: Photos: Harry Potter scene:
YORKSHIRE Answer the questions: 1. How many national parks can you find in Yorkshire? 2. What are their names? 3. What can you see in the parks? (name 5 things) Yorkshire
DORSET Chesil Beach! How big is it?
CORNWALL What can you do in this area? Visit Cornwall! r/CornwallTouristBoard Visit Cornwall! r/CornwallTouristBoard
6.- DAYS OUT Match the words to the pictures and give an example from the text: a) Country house b) Safari park c) Painting d) Village e) Castle
STONEHENGE Watch this video and answer the questions of the quiz: d=2519 This video provides more information about Stonehenge and its origins:
Answer the question: What is a “biome”? Go to the Eden Project website: THE EDEN PROJECT
ACTIVITY – Page 46 Answers:
7. NIGHTS OUT: Shakespeare’s theatre Stratford-upon-Avon: Shakespeare’s house
7. NIGHTS OUT: Glastonbury Festival Answer the questions: 1.- Where is Glastonbury? 2.- What can you do at the festival? 3.- Would you like to go? Why (not)?
8. FROM FOOTBALL TO TENNIS Write the sports next to each element. Where do they practice each sport in England?:
ACTIVITY – Page 46 ANSWERS:
9. ENGLISH FOOD Label the food items with their names. Where can you eat them?: Now watch a video about English food!
10. CLOTHES AND SHOPPING What can you buy in each of these places? Give an example from the text: 1. shopping mall: 2. department store: 3. gift shop: 4. market: 5. supermarket: 6. farm shop: 7. gallery: 8. museum:
ACTIVITY – PAGE 47 ANSWERS:
11.- ALL THE YEAR ROUND Watch the videos about different events that happen in England all the year round! Oxford vs. Cambridge boat race: Grand National: Notting Hill Carnival:
ACTIVITY – PAGE 47 ANSWERS: 1. E 2. D 3. B 4. C 5. A
AFTER READING Can you find these places on the map of England? a) Bath b) Birmingham c) Brighton d) Bristol e) Cambridge f) Liverpool g) London h) Manchester i) Newcastle-upon-Tyne j) Norwich k) Oxford l) York
ANSWER KEY Can you find these places on the map of England? a) Bath -9 b) Birmingham -2 c) Brighton -10 d) Bristol -12 e) Cambridge -8 f) Liverpool -3 g) London - 1 h) Manchester -4 i) Newcastle-upon-Tyne -5 j) Norwich -11 k) Oxford -7 l) York -6
AFTER READING… WhereWhenJob or activity Mary Quant Winston Churchill Jane Austen William Wordsworth Charlotte Bronte L.S. Lowry Complete the chart with information from the book