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V LEVEL (INTERLOCUTOR'S TASK SHEET)

PART THREE (5 mins.) Task One (3.5 mins.)

British History

In Task One you are asked to speak on your own about British history. The following pictures (3A3D) and points may help you. Who? What? Where? When? Why? Historical significance

3A: The Battle of Hastings

3B: Oliver Cromwell

3C: Second World War

3D: Elizabeth I

Task Two (1.5 mins.) In Task Two you are asked to speak on your own about the role of the places (localities / countries) listed below in British history. Choose at least two of the places / buildings and speak about the role they played in British history. HADRIANS WALL OXFORD UNIVERSITY WESTMINSTER ABBEY STONEHENGE AUSTRALIA THE FALKLAND ISLANDS

V LEVEL (INTERLOCUTOR'S TASK SHEET)

PART THREE (5 mins.)

British History

Task One (3.5 mins.) In Task One you are going to speak on your own about British history. Are you ready?
Students Task Sheet: The following pictures and points may help you: Who? What? Where? When? Why? Historical significance

3A: The Battle of Hastings 3C: Second World War

3B: Oliver Cromwell 3D: Elizabeth I


Students Task Sheet: Pictures: 3A: The Battle of Hastings (1066) where Duke William II of Normandy (later to be called William the Conqueror) defeated the army of the Anglo-Saxon King Harold II; the beginning of Norman rule in England and French influence on the language 3B: Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) English political and military leader who overthrew the English monarchy and temporarily turned England into a republican Commonwealth. Later he claimed the title Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland. 3C: Second World War (1939-45) Britain was fighting Germany alone, after the defeat of France, until 22 June 1941 when Hitler invaded the Soviet Union. Britain became part of the Allies alongside the USA and the Soviet Union. 3D: Elizabeth I (1533 1603) was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 1558 until her death. Sometimes called The Virgin Queen, Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty. Elizabeth's reign is known as the Elizabethan era.

Q: What is the most important moment in British history? Q: Who are the most important personalities in British history? Q: Why was the Battle of Hastings so significant for British history? Q: Who was Oliver Cromwell? Who were the Puritans? Q: What do you know about British colonialism? Q: What was appeasement? Q: What was Great Britains position in the Second World War? Thank you. Now lets go to Task Two. Task Two (1.5 mins.) In Task Two you are asked to speak on your own about the role of the places (localities / countries) listed below in British history. Choose at least two of the places / buildings and speak about the role they played in British history. Are you ready? Thank you. This is the end of Part Three.
Students Task Sheet:

HADRIANS WALL OXFORD UNIVERSITY WESTMINSTER ABBEY

STONEHENGE AUSTRALIA THE FALKLAND ISLANDS