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  1. Lesson: «PLACES TO VISIT IN LONDON.» Teacher : Karpova Inna Leonidovna

  2. Plan • 1) The capital of England • 2) New worlds • 3) The Tower of London • 4) St. Paul’s Cathedral • 5) Trafalgar Square • 6) The National Gallery • 7) Westminster • 8) Whitehall • 9) 10 Downing Street • 10) The Houses of Parliament • 11) Westminster Abbey • 12) Buckingham Palace • 11) Quiz

  3. The map of London

  4. Read the words. • Westminster Abbey • St. Paul’s Cathedral • Buckingham Palace • Downing Street • Whitehall • Trafalgar Square • The Houses of Parliament • The Tower of London • The National Gallery

  5. Put the article “the” Westminster Abbey • The Houses of Parliament • St. Paul’s Cathedral • The Tower of London • Buckingham Palace • Downing Street • The National Gallery • Whitehall • Trafalgar Square

  6. The Tower of London • What was the Tower of London? • The Tower of London was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the King’s Zoo.

  7. The Tower of London • What is the Tower of London now? • Now it is a museum. A lot of interesting things are in the rooms of the White Tower.

  8. The Tower of London • When did William the Conqueror build the White Tower? • William the Conqueror built it in the eleventh century.

  9. Beefeaters (or Yeoman Warders) areceremonial guardians of the Tower of London.They began guarding the Tower in 1485. Today there are 35 Beefeaters. The Yeoman Warders and their families live inside the fortress. The Tower of London

  10. The Tower of London What do you know about the Tower ravens? Black ravens always live in the Tower of London. People keep them and look after them very well as they believe that London will be rich while ravens live there.

  11. Near the Tower of London you can see The Tower Bridge across the Thames. The Tower Bridge is the most beautiful bridge in London. It has become a symbol of London. The Tower Bridge

  12. Tell about the Tower of London • What was the Tower of London? • What is the Tower of London now? • When did William the Conqueror build the White Tower? • What do you know about the Tower ravens?

  13. St. Paul’s Cathedral What is the greatest English church? One of the greatest English churches, St. Paul’s Cathedral, is not far from the Tower of London.

  14. St. Paul’s Cathedral Who built St. Paul’s Cathedral? The famous English architect Sir Christopher Wren built St. Paul’s Cathedral.

  15. St. Paul’s Cathedral • When was St. Paul’s Cathedral built? • It was built in the 17th century after Great Fire. It took Sir Christopher Wren 35 years.

  16. St. Paul’s Cathedral • Can you describe this building? • It is a beautiful building with many columns and towers. In one of its towers there is one of the largest bells in the world.

  17. Tell about St. Paul’s Cathedral • What is the greatest English church? • Who built St. Paul’s Cathedral? • When was St. Paul’s Cathedral built? • Can you describe this building?

  18. Trafalgar Square Where is Trafalgar Square? Trafalgar Square isin the centre of London. It is the most beautiful place in London.

  19. Trafalgar Square What is a monument in the middle of the square? In the middle of the square stands a tall column. It is a monument to Admiral Nelson. Four bronze lions look at the square from the monuments.

  20. There are two beautiful fountains in the square. Trafalgar Square

  21. The National Gallery What is the best picture gallery in London? The National Gallery is one of the best picture galleries in the world. Every day a lot of tourists visit this fine buildings with its tall columns.

  22. Tell about Trafalgar Square • Where is Trafalgar Square? • What is a monument in the middle of the square? • What is the best picture gallery in London?

  23. Westminster • What is a political centre of London? • Political centre of London is Westminster. It is that part of London where there are a lot of offices.

  24. Whitehall What is Whitehall? Whitehall is a wide street leading from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square.

  25. Whitehall If you go down Whitehall from Trafalgar Square on the right you will see a small street where the British Prime Minister lives

  26. 10 Downing Street Where does the British Prime Minister live? The British Prime Minister lives at number 10 Downing Street.

  27. Tell about Westminster • What is a political centre of London? • What is Whitehall? • Where does the British Prime Minister live?

  28. The Houses of Parliament • Where is the Houses of Parliament? • The Houses of Parliament is a long grey building with towers near the Thames. It is on the left of Parliament Square.

  29. The Houses of Parliament What is Big Ben? The large clock in one of the towers is Big Ben. Big Ben is the name of the clock and the bell in the tower of the Houses of Parliament.

  30. The Houses of Parliament You can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London. The clock and the bell got their names after Sir Benjamin Hall. He was a tall man, whose nickname was Big Ben. So people know the clock as Big Ben.

  31. The Houses of Parliament • What bridge is near the Houses of Parliament? • The bridge across the Thames near the Houses of Parliament is Westminster Bridge.

  32. Tell about the Houses of Parliament • Where is the Houses of Parliament? • What is Big Ben? • What bridge is near the Houses of Parliament?

  33. Westminster Abbey Where is Westminster Abbey? On the other side of Parliament Square is Westminster Abbey. It is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in London.

  34. Westminster Abbey • How old is it? • It is more than nine hundred years old.

  35. Westminster Abbey What is it famous for? There are so many monuments and statues there. Many English kings and queens are buried there. Many great writers are buried there: for example Charles Dickens and Rudyard Kipling.

  36. Westminster Abbey • Westminster Abbey is famous for its Poets’ Corner too.

  37. Tell about Westminster Abbey • Where is Westminster Abbey? • How old is it? • What is it famous for?

  38. Buckingham Palace Where does the Queen of England live? The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace. It takes people ten or twenty minutes to get from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square.

  39. Buckingham Palace • What monument is in front of Buckingham Palace? • In front of Buckingham Palace is the Queen Victoria Memorial.

  40. Tell about Buckingham Palace • Where does the Queen of England live? • What monument is in front of Buckingham Palace?

  41. Political Cultural • Westminster Abbey • St. Paul’s Cathedral • Buckingham Palace • The Tower of London • Downing Street • The National Gallery • Whitehall • The Houses of Parliament • Trafalgar Square

  42. What is it?

  43. Westminster Abbey

  44. What is it?

  45. St. Paul’s Cathedral

  46. What is it?

  47. Buckingham Palace

  48. What is it?

  49. The National Gallery

  50. True or false • 1) Big Ben is a man. • 2) Buckingham Palace is a place where the British Prime Minister lives. • 3) Westminster Abbey is a church. • 4) Trafalgar Square is not in the centre of London. • 5) Tower of London is a museum. • 6) William the Conqueror built the White Tower.