Prezentace na téma: "EU peníze středním školám Název vzdělávacího materiálu: The Czech Republic Číslo vzdělávacího materiálu: AJ1-11 Šablona: II/2 Inovace a zkvalitnění výuky."— Transkript prezentace:
EU peníze středním školám Název vzdělávacího materiálu: The Czech Republic Číslo vzdělávacího materiálu: AJ1-11 Šablona: II/2 Inovace a zkvalitnění výuky cizích jazyků na středních školách. Název sady vzdělávacích materiálů:Materiály pro přípravu k maturitě Autor: Mgr. Michala Nyklesová Datum vytvoření: 2.5. 2014 Garant (kontrola):Mgr. Jarmila Jurečková Ročník: oktáva, 4.ročník, septima, sexta Vzdělávací oblast: Jazyk a jazyková komunikace Vzdělávací obor: Anglický jazyk Metodika/anotace:Powerpointová prezentace - maturitní téma The Czech Republic- slovní zásoba a fráze, informace. Časový rozvrh:40 minut Zdroje: ( Možné uvést v závěru) viz. poslední slide Gymnázium Františka Křižíka a základní škola, s.r.o.
Basic facts The Czech Republic is located in the middle (heart) of Europe land−locked bordered by It is a land−locked country (= no border with the sea) but it is bordered by Germany to the west, Poland to the north, Slovakia to the east and Austria to the south divided into The country has been traditionally divided into historical lands - Bohemia, Moravia and Czech Silesia, the capital is Prague It has a population of about 10,5 million After the the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1992, it became a separated country on January 1 in 1993
Czech symbols The large coat of arms, the small coat of arms, Czech flag, the flag of the president of the Czech Republic Czech patron is Saint Wenceslas anthem The national anthem is „Kde domov můj“ (Where is my home) The national motto is „Pravda vítězí“ (Truth prevails) crown jewels limetree Other national symbols are crown jewels and limetree (= lípa)
Czech symbols The large coat of arms of the Czech R. The flag of the Czech Republic The flag of the president of the Czech Republic
Geography temperate The Czech Republic has a temperate continental climate with four distinct seasons varied The landscape is varied – it is quite mountainous around the borders with mountain ranges as the Giant Mts. (Krkonoše), Šumava, the Ore Mts. (Krušné hory), Jeseníky. It is flatter in the centre, the lowlands are in Moravia and central Bohemia The highest peak is Sněžka (1,602 m) in the Krkonoše mountain range ponds The major European river the Elbe (Labe) rises in Krkonoše, too. A number of rivers such as the Vltava and the Morava flow through the country. There are many ponds in south Bohemia suffers from The country often suffers from floods. The land is quite heavily forested.
Political system parliamentary representative democracy The Czech Republic is a parliamentary representative democracy The Prime Minister is the head of government bicameral Chamber of Deputies Senate The Parliament is bicameral - the Chamber of Deputies (200 members) and the Senate (81 members). The President of the Czech Republic is Miloš Zeman. Since 2013 the presidential election is direct, so he is the first directly elected president. The president is a formal head of state with limited specific powers, most importantly to return bills, he also appoints the prime minister, as well the other members of the cabinet on a proposal by the prime minister. The previous Czech presidents were Václav Havel and Václav Klaus
Political system The Chamber of DeputiesSenate Prague Castle
Economy The Czech Republic is a member of the EU and NATO Natural resources – black and brown coal mining, small deposits of oil, gas and uranium Machinery industry (Škoda Auto Mladá Boleslav, Škoda Plzeň, Nošovice, Třinec), steel production (Vítkovice), food processing. Traditional branches are glass and china production Besides common types of fruit, vegetables and grains also hops and grapevine are grown here The currency is a Czech crown.
Economy OstravaMikulov Nový BorŠkoda Auto Ml.BoleslavŠkoda Plzeň
The country The country is divided into 13 regions + the region of the capital city Prague The other big cities are centres of these regions, e.g. Brno, Ostrava, Plzeň, Liberec etc.
Historical landmarks There are numerous castles, palaces and places of interest presenting different architectural styles. Some of them have been listed as UNESCO sights: The Historical Centre of Prague, the Historical Centre of Český Krumlov, the Historical Centre of Telč, Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, Holašovice, Vila Tugendhat in Brno, Kutná Hora, Litomyšl, Třebíč etc. The Historical Centre of Prague, the Historical Centre of Český Krumlov, the Historical Centre of Telč, Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, Holašovice, Vila Tugendhat in Brno, Kutná Hora, Litomyšl, Třebíč etc. Hluboká nad Vltavou, Tábor, spa in Karlovy Vary, Mikulov, Znojmo, Olomouc Other popular places of interests are castle Hluboká nad Vltavou, Tábor, spa in Karlovy Vary, Mikulov, Znojmo, Olomouc
Historical landmarks Český Krumlov Vila Tugendhat Brno Holašovice Karlovy Vary Huboká nad Vltavou
Natural landmarks Krkonoše NP Šumava NP Bohemian Switzerland Podyjí NP There are four national parks: Krkonoše NP (highest mountain range), Šumava NP (glacial lakes, peat bogs, forests), Bohemian Switzerland NP (sandstone rock formations), Podyjí NP(valley and forests near Dyje) Other popular destinations are: Český ráj (Bohemian Paradise) Český ráj (Bohemian Paradise) is a popular area for hiking and climbing (interesting rock formations) Bohemian Karst Moravian Karst abyss Macocha, Punkva river) Cave systems are in Bohemian Karst (near Beroun) and Moravian Karst (abyss Macocha, Punkva river) Ponds near Třeboň, Jizerské hory, SOOS, Beskydy Ponds near Třeboň, Jizerské hory, SOOS, Beskydy
Let´s speak! Speak about your favourite places in our country – which of them would you recommend to visit? Where would you like to spend your holiday? Choose a region in the Czech Republic and describe it (towns, nature, places of interest) Plan a weekend in the Czech republic for your English speaking friend (spend one day in nature, one day sightseeing)
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