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Reading




  • The United Kingdom: Read the text. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.


  • The U.K Quiz: A quiz to test your students┬┤ knowledge of the United Kingdom. Nice and funny to do.


  • British Lifestyle: British Lifestyle: Answer the questions and then click "submit" to send your answers.

  • London: Read the text. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.




  • Birmingham: Read the text and answer the questions. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.

  • Cardiff: Read the text and answer the questions. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.

  • Coventry: Read the text and answer the questions. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.

  • English Language: Read the text and answer the questions. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.

  • Lake District: Read the text and answer the questions. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.

  • Liverpool: Read the text and answer the questions. You can double click any word for the Spanish translation or the definition in English.


  • Henry VIII: Read the text and answer the questions.





  • Quiz: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

  • British Towns: Rank these towns according to their geographical locations. North (top) -> South (bottom). Use a map.

  • Gibraltar: Read the text and choose the correct answer for each question.






  • Macbeth: Read the text and choose the right answer.






  • England: Choose the correct answers. Sometimes there is more than one correct answer.





  • Wales: Choose the correct answers.






  • Food in Britain: "What do children eat in Britain? Help your students find out with this vocabulary activity."


Writing












  • Names of sight in London: Find the correct names of the sights in London. Match the words on the right with them on the left.






  • London: Find the buildings. (Use the Internet).


Listening







  • Scotland: Listen and choose the right answer.



  • A trip to London: You will hear a man talking about a trip to London that he has just returned from. You will hear the selection twice. Write down the answers to the questions and then click on the arrow to see if you have answered correctly.



  • Harry Ramsden's Fish and Chips - find out why they're the most famous in the world. Click on the icons to do the activities: ipod.jpg / doc.gif / pdf.gif
  • Learn about GMT and the 0┬░ longitude - all from Greenwich, London. Click on the icons to do the activities: ipod.jpg / doc.gif / pdf.gif/ xword.jpg.gif
  • Canterbury. Find out about this wonderful Cathedral City. Click on the icons to do the activities: ipod.jpg / doc.gif / pdf.gif/ xword.jpg.gif




Webquests



  • An Excursion to London: Have you ever been in London?In this webquest you will learn more about this city and you will know the most popular places of it.


  • Enjoy Oxford: Have you ever been to Oxford? This time you are going to visit Oxford through the Internet.

  • Holidays: You will learn about holidays in Great Britain.

  • The United Kingdom: Students will basically know about geography, main cities, monuments and so on.



  • What to do in London?: By now you have prepared your trip to London. You have already found a flight, accommodation ... but, what are you going to do there? Now, you can plan your visit to London.

  • Spotlight on the UK: The main objectives of this webquest is to practise English, to learn about the United Kingdom, to use Information Technology Resources (ICT), to create a multimedia presentation and a postcard of the four countries envolved and to work in a team.

  • The United Kingdom: This webquest has been designed to motivate students to visit an English speaking-country.



Resources



  • 100 questions answered: If you've ever wondered why Queen Elizabeth has two birthdays, what a whip does in the Houses of Parliament, where you can find the rules of cricket or just what makes that famous British sense of humour, look no further!






















  • UKStudentlife: A nice guide to study, work or travel in the UK. British culture and life.