Virtual Tour to Australia

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Презентація до уроку "The land down Under"

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Lesson – Virtual Tour:

Lesson – Virtual Tour

Мета уроку::

Мета уроку: Узагальнити знання учнів про Австралію; Тренувати монологічне мовлення; Практикувати в побудові запитань; Розвивати навички аудіювання та читання; Розширити знання учнів з країнознавства; Розвивати увагу, логічне мислення, творчі здібності учнів, інтерес до пізнання нового; Формувати навички колективної співпраці; Спонукати до спілкування та розвитку соціокультурної компетенції; Виховувати повагу до культури та традицій англомовних країн.

Main Activities::

Main Activities: Presenting projects; Role-play; Video watching; Reading; Proving the thought; Games.

Game “Noughts & Crosses”:

Game “Noughts & Crosses” Is ? Where? Has ? Can ? Have ? Are ? What ? How many? Do ?

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The Land Down Under

Brainstorming :

Brainstorming Australia; Terra Australis; Southern Land; Oz; The Land of golden fleece; The “Upside Down Country”; The Land Down Under.

Watching Video Australia Travel Video:

Watching Video Australia Travel Video

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The Land Down Under

Vocabulary Practice :

Vocabulary Practice

- - - Imaginary line around the circumferences of the Earth which is the same distance from North and South Poles.:

- - - Imaginary line around the circumferences of the Earth which is the same distance from North and South Poles. the equator

- Part of the earth south of the equator.:

- Part of the earth south of the equator. the Southern Hemisphere

- A large mass of land surrounded by oceans and seas.:

- A large mass of land surrounded by oceans and seas. a continent

- A very dry, usually sandy place.:

- A very dry, usually sandy place. a desert

- Original inhabitant.:

- Original inhabitant. aboriginal

- An animal that carries its young in a pouch.:

- An animal that carries its young in a pouch. marsupial

- The world’s second largest bird, which can’t fly and which is represented on Australia’s coat of arms.:

- The world’s second largest bird, which can’t fly and which is represented on Australia’s coat of arms. emu

- It’s an abbreviation of Old Australian, that is descended from the British and Irish settlers born in Australia.:

- It’s an abbreviation of Old Australian, that is descended from the British and Irish settlers born in Australia. Aussie

Presenting Projects:

Presenting Projects

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Full name of the country Area Population Capital Official Language Currency Government Biggest cities Climate Landscape Animals Plants Minerals Top places to visit

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The Land Down Under

Australia is situated south of Asia, between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. Australia is a continent, a country and an island at the same time. Australia is located in the southern hemisphere. :

Australia is situated south of Asia, between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. Australia is a continent, a country and an island at the same time. Australia is located in the southern hemisphere.

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The area of Australia is 7.682.300 square kilometers.

The Australian Alps:

The Australian Alps

Mount Kosciusko:

Mount Kosciusko

Deserts in Australia:

Deserts in Australia

Lake Eyre:

Lake Eyre

The Murray River:

The Murray River

The Darling:

The Darling

The Political System of Australia:

The Political System of Australia

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The Queen of England The Governor General Prime Minister

Parliament House:

Parliament House

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New South Wales and Victoria

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Victoria (Melbourne)

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Queensland

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Queensland (Brisbane)

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South Australia

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South Australia (Adelaide)

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Tasmania

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Tasmania (Hobart)

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Western Australia

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Western Australia (Perth)

The National Flag:

The National Flag

The Coat of Arms:

The Coat of Arms

The Country’s Currency –Australian Dollar:

The Country’s Currency –Australian Dollar

The Climate of Australia:

The Climate of Australia

Flora & Fauna of Australia:

Flora & Fauna of Australia

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Flora and fauna Although most of the continent is semi-desert and desert, in Australia there are a variety of landscapes from similar alpine meadows to tropical rainforests. Due to considerable age of the continent (as well as low soil fertility), a wide variety of weather conditions and long-term geographic isolation, the biota of Australia is rich and unique. Of the approximately 12,000 species, about 9,000 - are endemic .Among flowering plants are endemic to 85% of mammals - 84%, birds - 45% of coastal fish - 89% . Many ecological regions of Australia and their flora and fauna threatened by human activities and introduced species of plants and animals.

Queensland Bottle Tree:

Queensland Bottle Tree

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Warumbungle NP Crowdy Bay NP Crowdy Bay NP Cockatoo NP Natinal Parks

Litchfield National Park:

Litchfield National Park

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Australians really love nature. They try to protect their nature and their animals.

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coal iron diamonds gold

Australia’s Main Cities:

Australia’s Main Cities

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Alice Springs

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N e w c a s t l e

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Capital of Western Australia . One of the best climates in Australia. Population: 1.200.000 people. King’s Park Perth Skyscrapers Perth

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Capital of island-state Tasmania . Winters are very cold. Population of about 200,000 . Bay of Fires Coles Bay Remarkable Cave Lavender Farm Hobart

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Capital of New South Wales . Leading industrial city. Population: 3,200,000 people. Sydney St. Maria Cathedral The Harbour Bridge Sydney Sydney AMP Tower Opera House

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Capital of Victoria . The world’s most livable city. Population: 3.200.000 Train Station Melbourne Bridge Old House Melbourne

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Canberra is the capital of Australia. It is a very young city. Its population is about 310,000 people. Canberra Capitol Hill Canberra Fountain

Top Popular Places to Visit in Australia:

Top Popular Places to Visit in Australia

Sydney (The Sydney Opera House):

Sydney ( The Sydney Opera House)

The Great Barrier Reef:

The Great Barrier Reef

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It’s the world’s largest coral reef (over 2000 km). It stretches along the east coast of Queensland. It’s made up of over 2900 individual reefs very close to each other . Great Barrier Reef

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Capital of Queensland . It is a year-round vocation place. Population is about 1,400,000 people. Brisbane Bridge Brisbane Skyscrapers Brisbane Brisbane

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Capital of Victoria . The world’s most livable city. Population: 3.200.000 Train Station Melbourne Bridge Old House Melbourne

The Great Ocean Road:

The Great Ocean Road

Ayers Rock or The Red Centre:

Ayers Rock or The Red Centre

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Capital of South Australia . A pretty and industrial city. Population: 1,100,000 people. Victoria Square Fountain Gold Beach Adelaide Adelaide

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University of Adelaide

Tasmania:

Tasmania

Role-Play “At the Tour Agency” :

Role-Play “At the Tour Agency”

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Aborigines The Aborigines are the Australian natives that had been living there for thousands of years before the first Europeans came to Australia in the 1600s.

Group Work:

Group Work

Places of Interest:

Places of Interest

Take a Trip to Qeensland Australia:

Take a Trip to Qeensland Australia

Reading “Eating Habits in Australia”:

Reading “Eating Habits in Australia”

Fill in the Grid :

Fill in the Grid Food Drinks Dessert Manners Restau- rants Prefe-rences

True or False Statements:

True or False Statements There are a lot of Chinese restaurants in Australia. Australians eat in eastern style. Lamb is the most popular meet. “pav” is a favourite Australians’ drink. Coffee is a favourite drink of most Australians. Australians don’t prefer spicy meal. Crocodile bread is bread for crocodiles. The BYO restaurants are smaller and less expensive.

1. T 2. F 3. F 4. F 5. F 6. T 7. F 8. T:

1. T 2. F 3. F 4. F 5. F 6. T 7. F 8. T

True or False Statements:

True or False Statements There are a lot of restaurants in Australia. Australians eat in eastern style. Lamb is the most popular meet. “pav” is a favourite Australians’ drink. Coffee is a favourite drink of most Australians. Australians don’t prefer spicy meal. Crocodile bread is bread for crocodiles. The BYO restaurants are smaller and less expensive. T F F F F T F T

The Map of Wishes and Impressions:

The Map of Wishes and Impressions

Stages of the Press Method:

Stages of the Press Method 1. Present your point of view. (In my opinion…) 2. Give the argument to prove your point of view. (…because…) 3. Show the examples to confirm your arguments. (For example…) 4. Summarize your point of view and make a conclusion. (That’s why…)

“What-do-you know” Quiz :

“What-do-you know” Quiz

1. Who discovered Australia? a) Miklouho-Maclay b) James Cook c) Arthur Philip 2. What Australian State is the driest? a) New South Wales b) South Australia c) Western Australia 3. Is Mount Kosciusko higher then Hoverla? a) Yes b) No c) the same 4. What is garden under the sea? a) the Timor Sea b) the Great Australian Bight c) the Great Barrier Reef 5. What is the “Paris of the Pacific”? a) Canberra b) Sydney c) Adelaide 6. What is the “Athens of the South”? a) Melbourne b) Sydney c) Adelaide 7. What is the most popular sport in Australia? A) basketball b) curling c) surfing 8. Which domestic animal could symbolize Australia? a) sheep b) horse c) cat :

1. Who discovered Australia? a) Miklouho-Maclay b) James Cook c) Arthur Philip 2. What Australian State is the driest? a) New South Wales b) South Australia c) Western Australia 3. Is Mount Kosciusko higher then Hoverla? a) Yes b) No c) the same 4. What is garden under the sea? a) the Timor Sea b) the Great Australian Bight c) the Great Barrier Reef 5. What is the “Paris of the Pacific”? a) Canberra b) Sydney c) Adelaide 6. What is the “Athens of the South”? a) Melbourne b) Sydney c) Adelaide 7. What is the most popular sport in Australia? A) basketball b) curling c) surfing 8. Which domestic animal could symbolize Australia? a) sheep b) horse c) cat

1. b 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. b 6. c 7. c 8. a:

1. b 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. b 6. c 7. c 8. a

Home Assignment:

Home Assignment Write an article for your newspaper describing your last visit to the Land Down Under.

The Land Down Under :

The Land Down Under