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1 MATURITA TOPICS The United Kingdom_Cities_07
ANJ_Maturita MATURITA TOPICS The United Kingdom_Cities_07 Mgr. Filip Soviš

2 Anotace Materiál nastiňuje základní fakta o vybraných městech k maturitnímu tématu The United Kingdom. Umožňuje použití pro samostatnou práci. Je možné jej poskytnou nepřítomným žákům. Autor Mgr. Filip Soviš (Autor) Jazyk Angličtina Očekávaný výstup 23–41–M/01 Strojírenství 26-41-M/01 Elektrotechnika 53-41-M/01 Zdravotnický asistent 65-42-M/01 Hotelnictví Speciální vzdělávací potřeby - žádné - Klíčová slova The United Kingdom Druh učebního materiálu Prezentace Druh interaktivity Kombinované Cílová skupina Žák Stupeň a typ vzdělávání odborné vzdělávání Typická věková skupina let Vazby na ostatní materiály Je součástí ANJ konverzace

3 The United Kingdom & London
Describe some interesting places in the UK. What is Liverpool / Stonehenge etc. famous for? Liverpool musical talents: the Beatles, Frankie Goes to Hollywood port city (famous for its docks) tourist destination football clubs: Liverpool F.C. and Everton F.C. Manchester textile manufacture: cotton goods and corduroy cloth production football teams Manchester United and Manchester City two universities

4 The United Kingdom & London
Birmingham Lloyds Bank (now Lloyds Banking Group) founded in 1765 Cadbury's chocolate museum Balti restaurants - a type of curry ("Balti Belt" or "Balti Triangle") shopping (third best behind the West End of London and Glasgow) jewellery manufacture Bristol the River Avon (the Clifton suspension bridge) the Severn Estuary (Port of Bristol) number of urban cycle routes

5 The United Kingdom & London
Coventry severe bomb damage during WWII (the Luftwaffe in Nov 1940) car industry – Jaguar cars Nottingham known for its forest and castle (the legendary Robin Hood) sporting centre (football, ice hockey, cricket, water sports, rugby) York historic city (walk on the city's medieval walls) York Minster (the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe) York Castle horseracing venue (Royal Ascot in 2005), UK Snooker Championship

6 The United Kingdom & London
Bath a spa town in the valley of the River Avon around hot springs Bath Abbey (Anglican parish church noted for its fan vaulting) inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1987 Oxford the University of Oxford (the oldest in the English‑speaking world) known as the "city of dreaming spires" Cambridge on the River Cam, about 50 miles (80 km) north of London the University of Cambridge (in 1209, the top 5 univ. in the world) high-tech centre known as Silicon Fen (software and bioscience)

7 The United Kingdom & London
Stonehenge the mysterious stone formation, near Salisbury built anywhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1986 could have been a burial ground from its earliest beginnings place of religious significance and pilgrimage in Neo-Druidry proposed functions include: astronomical observatory religious site two major new theories: place of healing – the primeval equivalent of Lourdes ritual landscape (Durrington Walls Henge = a place of the living, whilst Stonehenge = a domain of the dead)

8 The United Kingdom & London
Glasgow the largest city in Scotland on the River Clyde (former shipbuilding; shipyards) unique culture (from curling to opera and from football to art) the Mitchell Library, Lord Foster's Clyde Auditorium two international airports and the Glasgow Subway Edinburgh the capital of Scotland (the Scottish Parliament and Government) historical character of much of the city centre (UNESCO Site) Edinburgh Castle The Fringe Festival (plays and musical performances) Hogmanay = the Scottish New Year’s celebration

9 The United Kingdom & London
Aberdeen oil industry and Aberdeen's seaport Aberdeen International Youth Festival (most talented young performing arts) Cardiff the capital of Wales (seat of the National Assembly for Wales) the Taff River, the Ely River; Cardiff's port Cardiff Castle Wales Millennium Centre (arts centre located in the Cardiff Bay) the Millennium Stadium (Welsh Rugby and a major events venue) the St. Fagans National History Museum (historical lifestyle of the Welsh)

10 The United Kingdom & London
Belfast from Irish: Béal Feirste, meaning "mouth of the sandbanks" the capital of Northern Ireland (seat of the devolved government and legislative Northern Ireland Assembly) a major port, with commercial and industrial docks, shipyards Belfast Castle the Belfast International Airport Gaelic games, rugby, cricket, football and ice hockey Titanic Belfast (visitor attraction, monument to Belfast’s maritime heritage)

11 The United Kingdom & London
What souveniers from the UK would you buy? What famous places are there near London? Would you like to work as an au-pair in England? Why (not) and where?

12 Bibliografické citace
BRIDGE. Cities [online] [cit ]. Soubor typu PDF. Dostupné z: BRIDGE. Cities in Ireland [online] [cit ]. Soubor typu PDF. Dostupné z: BRIDGE. Cities in the UK [online] [cit ]. Soubor typu PDF. Dostupné z: BURNIE, Glen a Rob RAESIDE. Flags of the World. CRW Flags' Online Catalog [online] , [cit ]. Dostupné z: BAIKOVICIUS, Red Double-Decker Buses in sync at London's Waterloo Bridge: City of London skyline in 2012 [online] [cit ]. Obrázek typu JPEG, Creative Commons. Dostupné z: SMITH-DLUHÁ, Gabrielle. Angličtina: otázky a odpovědi nejen k maturitě. 1. vyd. Dubicko: INFOA, 2007, 231 s. Zrcadlový text. ISBN

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