Презентация урока по теме
Цели урока
The Map of the USA
The Most famous states of America
The Symbols of America
The Flag
The Statue of Liberty
The Bald Eagle
The Liberty Bell
Significance of the stars and stripes
Why thirteen?
Let’s remember some dates
Now we remember the American holidays: choose the right date
Remember our grammar- Passive voice 1.Если ты говоришь о прошлом и для тебя важнее что произошло, а не кто это сделал,
Check yourself
The End of the lesson

The stars and stripes», some facts about America

1. Презентация урока по теме

«The stars and stripes»,
some facts about
Класс 7.
Автор- составитель учитель английского языка Таразанова Ирина
Михайловна. Школа №34.

2. Цели урока

Практическая: формирование основных навыков
коммуникативной компетенции, закрепление
страдательного залога прошедшего времени.
Развивающая: развитие основных навыков
коммуникативной компетенции, развитие памяти,
логического мышления, стимулирование
способностей учащихся работать самостоятельно.
Воспитательная: воспитывать чувство доброго
отношения к народу США, воспитывать у
учащихся чувства товарищества, взаимопомощи,
умения работать в коллективе.

3. The Map of the USA

4. The Most famous states of America

1. Alaska
2. California
3. Montana
4. Wyoming
5. Illinois
6. New York
7. Massachusetts
8. Florida
. Alaska
New York

5. The Symbols of America

6. The Flag

The national flag of the United States of
America consists of thirteen equal
horizontal stripes of red (top and bottom)
alternating with white, with a blue
rectangle in the canton bearing fifty small,
white, five-pointed stars arranged in nine
offset horizontal rows of six stars
alternating with rows of five stars. The fifty
stars on the flag represent the 50 states and
the 13 stripes represent the original thirteen
colonies that rebelled against the British
monarchy and became the first states in the
Union. Nicknames for the flag include the
Stars and Stripes, Old Glory, and The StarSpangled Banner.

7. The Statue of Liberty

Located in New York, at 151 feet (46
meters) tall (305 feet including base and
pedestal), the Statue of Liberty symbolizes
freedom throughout the world. Its formal
name is Liberty Enlightening the World.
The Statue was actually a gift from the
people of France.
The statue, made of copper sheets with an
iron framework, depicts a woman escaping
the chains of tyranny, which lie at her feet.
Her right hand holds aloft a burning torch
that represents liberty. Her left hand holds a
tablet inscribed with the date "July 4, 1776"
, the day the United States declared its
independence from England. She is
wearing flowing robes and the seven rays
of her spiked crown symbolize the seven
seas and continents.

8. The Bald Eagle

• The bald eagle is a large, powerful, brown bird with a
white head and tail. The term "bald" does not mean that
this bird lacks feathers. Instead, it comes from the word
piebald, an old word, meaning "marked with white."
• The bald eagle was made the national bird of the
United States in 1782. The image of the bald eagle can
be found in many places in the U.S., such as on the
Great Seal, Federal agency seals, the President's flag,
and on the one-dollar bill.
• The Founding Fathers wanted to choose an animal
that was unique to the United States. For six years, the
members of Congress engaged in a dispute over what
the national emblem should be. As a result of the
debate, the bald eagle was chosen because it
symbolized strength, courage, freedom, and
immortality and that it would look much better as our
national symbol.

9. The Liberty Bell

The Liberty Bell rang when the
Continental Congress signed the
Declaration of Independence and
has become the symbol of freedom
in the United States. The bell
weighs about 2000 pounds and is
made mostly of copper (70%) and
tin (25%).
Today, the Liberty Bell hangs in
Philadelphia at the Liberty Bell
Pavilion on Market Street for all to
see and is still gently rung each
July 4th.

10. Significance of the stars and stripes

Why stars and stripes?
Stars are considered a
symbol of the heavens
and the divine goal to
which man has aspired
from time immemorial
The stripe is symbolic
of the rays of light
emanating from the sun.

11. Why thirteen?

Thirteen represents the first thirteen states
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New
Hampshire, New York, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland,
North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.

12. Let’s remember some dates

What had
happened in
this year ?

13. Now we remember the American holidays: choose the right date

1.New Year`s Day
2.St.Valentine`s Day
3.April Fool`s Day
4.Flag Day
5.Independence Day
7.Thanksgiving Day
8.Christmas Day
9.New Year`s Eve
A.June,14 th
B.October,31 st
H.July, 4th
I.November, fourth Thursday

14. Remember our grammar- Passive voice 1.Если ты говоришь о прошлом и для тебя важнее что произошло, а не кто это сделал,

Remember our grammarPassive voice
1.Если ты говоришь о прошлом и для
тебя важнее что произошло, а не кто это
сделал, используй глагол в форме
was/were+Ved(3), например :
The first jeans WERE MADE
in California.
(Первые джинсы сшили в Калифорнии.)
2. Если ты хочешь уточнить , кто это
сделал или чем это вызвано , используй
предлог –byThe first jeans were made by Levi Strauss.

15. Check yourself

1.The Statue of Liberty was given to the
United States by France people.
2. The Declaration of Independence was
signed by Congress.
3.The first American Flag was made by Betsy
4The Liberty Statue was put up in 1886.
5. The Independence Day was made an official

16. The End of the lesson

Thank you !
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