Prezentace na téma: "Obchodní akademie a Střední odborná škola, gen. F. Fajtla, Louny, p.o. Osvoboditelů 380, Louny Číslo projektu CZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0052Číslo sady 03Číslo."— Transkript prezentace:
Obchodní akademie a Střední odborná škola, gen. F. Fajtla, Louny, p.o. Osvoboditelů 380, Louny Číslo projektu CZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0052Číslo sady 03Číslo DUM 14 Předmět Anglický jazyk - konverzace Tematický okruh Reálie anglicky mluvících zemí – Great Britain, Australia Název materiálu Milestones of British history Autor Ing. Helena Zikmundová Datum tvorby Duben 2013Ročník třetí Anotace Prezentace k výkladu důležitých obdobích Britských dějin Metodický pokyn 1. Spusťte prezentaci a vysvětlete jednotlivá historická období 2. Na závěr prezentace nechte žáky vypracovat jednotlivé aktivity Autorem materiálu a všech jeho částí, není-li uvedeno jinak, je Ing. Helena Zikmundová Dostupné z Metodického portálu www.rvp.cz, ISSN: 1802-4785, financovaného z ESF a státního rozpočtu ČR. Provozováno Výzkumným ústavem pedagogickým v Praze.
Prehistoric Britain (8000 BC – 500 BC) Britain used to be joined to Europe and became an island 8000 years ago first inhabitants were farmers, they made tools and weapons from stone, bronze and iron Stonehenge was completed roads and villages were formed the Celts arrived from Europe
The Celts (500 BC - 410 BC) arrived from central Europe settled in southern England originally were pagan with priests – Druids were farmers and warlike people fought against the people of Britain and other Celtic tribes were famous artists - sophisticated designs in jeweleries, crosses and manuscripts
The Romans (55 BC -41 AD) invaded southern Britain which become the part of the Roman Empire set up their capital in London built a network of roads, squares, villas, public baths and towns influenced strongly the Celts culture built towns – Bath, Chester, York built Hadrian Wall – a long wall to defend the border between England and Scotland
Anglo Saxons and Vikings (5th – 11th century) Germanic tribes invaded south-east England the Saxons, later the Jutes and Angles the Angles gave the name to England they introduced a new culture one of the most civilized country in Europe organized system of agriculture and trade Vikings settled mainly in Scotland and Ireland were excellent traders and navigators
The Normans (11 th – 15th century) William the Conqueror become a king of England England - a strong, centralized country under military rule impressive castles and monasteries were built – the Tower of London, Oxford University was founded The Magma Carta is signed The Hundred-Year' War with France the first Black Death pandemic
The Tudors (16th century) Henry VIII – a well educated and strong king known for his six wives established the Church of England united England and Wales Elisabeth I – known as the Virgin Queen ruled 45 years - the Golden Age of English history stabilized the country encouraged colonization and trade expansion
The Victorians The Queen Victoria - ruled 64 years the age of Industrial Revolution towns and cities got piped water, gas and later electricity Britain became the most powerful and richest country in the world
British Empire Obr. 1 The red areas of the world belonged to the British Empire at one time. Current British Overseas Territories have their names underlined in red.
Victorian houses Obr.2Obr.3 Terraced housesDetached house – villa
Quiz tasks Put the invaders in the correct order the Vikings the Saxons the Celts the Romans the Normans 1) the Celts 2) the Romans 3) the Saxons 4) the Vikings 5) the Normans
Match expressions to famous Victorians 1) Lewis Carrol 2) Charles Darwin 3) Robert L. Stevenson 4) Alexander G. Bell 5) Charles Dickens A) Treasure Island B) telephone C) Oliver Twist D) Alice in Wonderland E) theory of evolution
Key Lewis Carrol Charles Darwin Robert L. Stevenson Alexander G. Bell Charles Dickens Alice in Wonderland theory of evolution Treasure Island telephone Oliver Twist
Put events to the chronological order A) Industrial Revolution B) Stonehenge was completed C) Bath and York were built D) The Tower of London was built E) Oxford University was founded F) London – the capital G) British Empire H) Golden Age I) Church of England was established J) The Celts arrived from Europe
Key Stonehenge was completed The Celts arrived from Europe London – the capital Bath and York were built The Tower of London was built Oxford University was founded Church of England was established The Golden Age Industrial Revolution British Empire BJFCDEIHAGBJFCDEIHAG
Použité zdroje Obr. 1 THE RED HAT OF PAT FERRICK. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia [online]. 2008-12-21. [cit. 2013-04-20]. Dostupný pod licencí Public Domain na WWW: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_British_Empire.png http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_British_Empire.png Obr. 2 BAGUETTE, Stefan. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia [online]. 2006-05-28. [cit. 2013-04-20]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commonsna WWW: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:U_of_Leeds_-_Terraces.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:U_of_Leeds_-_Terraces.jpg Obr. 3 CROFT, Richard. Wikipedia Commons. Wikipedia Commons [online]. 2007-06-27. [cit. 2013-04-20]. Dostupný pod licencí Creative Commons na WWW: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Victorian_Villa_- _geograph.org.uk_-_481399.jpg
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