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New Zealand Geography History Places of interest.

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1 New Zealand Geography History Places of interest

2 NÁZEV ŠKOLY: Gymnázium Lovosice, Sady pionýrů 600/6 ČÍSLO PROJEKTU: CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ NÁZEV MATERIÁLU: VY_32_INOVACE_5B_20_New.Zealand TÉMA SADY: Konverzační témata a specifická slovní zásoba z angličtiny ROČNÍK: oktáva/4.A DATUM VZNIKU: duben 2014 AUTOR: Mgr. Lucie Kučerová

3 Anotace  tento výukový materiál slouží k osvojení znalostí nutných ke zvládnutí maturitního tématu New Zealand v angličtině a je určen k prezentaci na interaktivní tabuli všechny snímky jsou opatřený animací, čímž vzniká prostor pro interakci studentů a komunikaci v angličtině faktografické informace jsou v prezentaci ilustrovány fotografiemi, které se v některých případech objeví po kliknutí v okamžiku, kdy se o daném faktu hovoří v prezentaci; při následujícím kliknutí zase zmizí, aby nerušil v pokračování prezentace materiál je opatřen dvěma hypertextovými odkazy na stránku youtube.com první je umístěn v mapce na snímku číslo čtyři a odkazuje na krátký dokumentární film o Novém Zélandu druhý je součástí snímku číslo sedm; kliknutím na obrázek se spustí ukázka tance haka prezentace je koncipována tak, aby vzniklo co nejvíce prostoru pro aktivní zapojení studentů do hodiny

4 Basic facts  location:  Southern hemisphere  2,000 km southeast of Australia  in the South Pacific  two major islands(the North Island and the South Island) and many smaller islands  population : 4.3 million  official language : Maori and English  currency : New Zealand dollar  national animal : kiwi bird  national flag :  royal blue background, Union Jack, the Southern Cross star formation

5 The South Island  the biggest island  only 23% of New Zealanders live there  huge mountains – the Southern Alps  300-mile long mountain range  the highest peak Mount Cook (3,754 m)  more than 360 glaciers  numerous ski areas and resorts  forest and national parks, lakes, volcanoes  important cities: Christchurch, Dunedin

6 North Island  mild climate  the majority of New Zealanders live there, also thanks to gold rushes in the 19th century  volcanic activity  the result of geological activity  the Taupo  New Zealand‘s largest natural lake  Wellington  the capital city  Auckland

7 People  they call themselves Kiwis  74% of European descent, 14% the Maoris  known for being friendly and easy-going  love outdoor activities, esp. surfing  holidays  Waitangi Day  February 6  remembering the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi which promised the protection of Maori by the British  Anzac Day  April 25  commemorates those who were killed in two world wars

8 political system  constitutional monarchy  the head of the state: British monarch  her/his representative is the Governor General  real power is in hands of the parliament  the House of Representatives is the only chamber  members are elected for three-year terms  the prime minister is the effective head of the country  the leaders of the election-winning party  two major parties: National and Labour

9 economics  one of the highest standards of living  developed market economy dependent on international trade, particularly in agricultural products  principal export industries: agriculture, fishing, mining  major export partners: Australia, USA, Japan, UK  manufacturing, services, farming, tourism  wool was the major agricultural export in past, nowadays diary farming and vineyards has increased  other exporting products: meat, fish, fruit

10 History  the first inhabitants: the Maoris  came from Eastern Polynesia in the Central Pacific around AD 800  1642: a Dutch sailor, Abel Tasman, discovered the islands  James Cook was the first who explored the country  colonists and tradesmen soon followed him to the islands  a British colony, Maori were promised protection  war between the British and Maori because of the land  19th century: expansion of European immigrants  1947? New Zealand gained formal independence from Britain  it is still a member of the Commonwealth

11 Nature  spectacular scenery  coastlines and beaches of the Bay of Plenty  lakes and national parks of Taupo  fjords of Millford Sound  glaciers  Fanz Joseph, Fox Glacier  visitors can hike them up or fly over in a helicopter  Rotorua  Maori culture  volcanic activity, geysers, steaming mud pools

12 zdroje obrázků  USER:MARC MONGENET. commons.wikimedia.org [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW:  MUIRHEAD. commons.wikimedia.org [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW:  CAPPER, Phillip. commons.wikimedia.org [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: w.jpg w.jpg  CAPPER, Phillip. commons.wikimedia.org [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: _1_April_2008.jpg?uselang=cs  GEECEE75. commons.wikimedia.org [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: 01.jpg  EN:USER:DRAMATIC. commons.wikimedia.org [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW:  obrázky z galerie Microsoft Office, včetně webu office.com


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