domingo, 7 de mayo de 2017

SO... What is what?

Let's see...
  • England?
  • United Kingdom?
  • Great Britain?
  • Commonwealth Realm?
  • Crown Dependencies?
  • British Overseas Territories?
WHAT IS WHAT? WHICH IS WHICH?

Watch the video carefully. Don't worry if you cannot understand everything!

IMPORTANT: 
*CHOOSE ONLY ONE QUESTION AND POST THE ANSWER TO THE COMMENTS SECTION


ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS and post them below (ONE question per student):
  1. Is the UK a single country?
  2. Which is the biggest island?
  3. Is Ireland more populated than England?
  4. Which is the second biggest island?
  5. Which is the complete name of the UK?
  6. Is Great Britain a geographical or political term?
  7. Mention the islands that are NOT part of Great Britain.
  8. Is the Republic of Ireland an independent or a dependent country?
  9. What do the UK and the Republic of Ireland have in common?
  10. How many countries are there in Great Britain? And in Ireland?
  11. Mention at least 5 countries that were part of the Empire.
  12. Who did God give power to, according to British tradition?
  13. Which are the independent nations that , though independent, still recognize the Crown as their Head of State. Make a list of these nations mentioned.
  14. Name the Crown Dependencies.
  15. Are the British on good terms with the Spanish government concerning Gibraltar? (Are they friends? Is there any conflict between them?)
  16. Are the Malvinas Argentinian? IT'S AN EASY QUESTION!!!
  17. Draw a list with the British overseas Territories. Are they independent? What does he Crown give them?

PORTFOLIO
  • Include the questions & answers that are more interesting/important.(Do you want to include ALL of them? Go ahead!)
  • Draw the chart describing THE CROWN. What is it?
  • Paste a MAP of the World that includes the colonies mentioned in the video. MIND YOU: this Empire may change according to chronology.
  • Answer the questions ABOVE the video, too.
DEADLINE: MAY 24

stella :-)

I must admit that I slightly "disagree" with the video: "THE MALVINAS ISLANDS ARE ARGENTINIAN!!!!

28 comentarios:

  1. 6.Is Great Britain a geographical or political term?
    -It is a geographical, not political, term.
    de Bary Dana Sabrina.

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    1. Remember to SIGN your comments, pls.

      stella

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  2. 17- Draw a list with the British overseas Territories. Are they independent? What does he Crown give them?

    There are fourteen British Overseas Territories all over the world. They share the British Royalty but they have no chosen independence or have no voted to remain British territories. These territories retain permanent civilian populations and receive from the British monarch (Elizabeth II) military, civilian and monetary assistance. The Queen's role is able to executive power but not in right of each territory. Each Overseas territories have their own system of government and laws but they response to the British royalty.

    The British Oversea territories are:
    -Akrotiri and Dhekelia
    -Anguilla
    -Bermuda
    -British Antartic Territory
    -British Indian Ocean Territory
    -British Virgin islands
    -Cayman Islands
    -Falklands Islands (the MalvinaS islands are ARGENTINIAN)
    -Gibraltar
    -Monterrat
    -Pitcairn Islands
    -Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
    -South Georgia and the south Sandwich Islands
    -Turks and Caicos Islands

    Luciana Campodónico

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  3. 10- There are three countries in Great Britain, England, Scotland and wales. On the other hand, there are two countries in Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

    Peñalva Carol

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  4. 1- The UK is a country of countries. It is formed by England, Scotland and Wales on the Isle of Great Britain, and Northern Ireland on the Isle of Ireland. Mercedes Elicegui

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  5. The isles that are not part of the uk are: shetlane irlands, orkney island, Hebrides, island of the cycle and isle of Angelesey.

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  6. 7_Mention the islands that are NOT part of Great Britain:
    _ That'S are shetlane Irlands,OrkneyvIsland,Hebrides,Island of the Cycle and Isle of Angelesey

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  7. 14) name the crown dependencies

    The crown dependencies are:
    The isle of man
    Jersey
    Guernsey.

    Micaela Balderrama

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  8. 12_ According to the British tradition the monarch (king) was considered God by God himself, and as a God in earth everyone must obey his decisions. An attempt to dethrone or restrint his power was considered a sacrilegious act. It was God himself the only one able to judge the King.

    Noelia Barchiesi

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  9. 3-England is more populated than Ireland. England has approximately 53,012,456 millions of population, and Ireland has approximately 6.761 millions (Republic of Ireland has 4,595 millions and Northern Ireland 1,811 millions).
    Aschero Yanina.

    Source: www.wikipedia.com

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  10. 5 - Which is the complete name of the UK?
    The complete name is "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"

    Romina Rapanelli

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  11. 4 - The second biggest island is Ireland. This island is divided between the Republic of Ireland (officially named Ireland), which covers five-sixths of the island, and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom.

    Florencia Franco

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  12. 4 - The second biggest island is Ireland. This island is divided between the Republic of Ireland (officially named Ireland), which covers five-sixths of the island, and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom.

    Florencia Franco

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  13. Good answers, so far. Please, remember to SIGN your posts (ALWAYS!!!)
    There are still some questions to be answered.

    stella

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  14. 8- The Republic of Ireland is an independent country from the UK

    Mariana Giménez.

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  15. 2. The largest island is Great Britain, which is composed of Scotland, England and Wales.
    Yago Daniel Esteiro

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  16. 2 Which is the biggest island?

    Great Britain is the biggest island And is made of England, Scotland and Wales.

    Lucas López.

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  17. 8. Is the Republic of Ireland an independent or a dependent country?

    The Republic of Ireland is and independent country.

    Vanesa Longhi.

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  18. 1-Is the UK a single country?
    No, it’s not. UK is a Country of countries, it contains for sovereign nations; England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

    Celeste Espeche

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  20. 15. Are the British on good terms with the Spanish government concerning Gibraltar?

    No, they aren't, because of gibraltar, which caused diplomatic tension between the UK and Spain

    Marolla Luciano

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  21. 13. Which are the independent nations that , though independent, still recognize the Crown as their Head of State. Make a list of these nations mentioned.

    • Canada
    • Belize
    • Jamaica
    • St Kitts & Nevis
    • Grenada
    • Bahamas
    • Antigua & Barbuda
    • St Lucia
    • St Vincent & the Grenadines
    • Solomon Islands
    • Tuvalu
    • Papua New Guinea
    • Australia
    • New Zealand

    Camila Romero

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  22. 14. Name the Crown Dependencies
    There are three Crown Dependencies
    -Isle of man
    -Jersey
    -Guernsey

    Camila Ivana Atrio.

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  23. Are ALL the questions READY? Once they've been answered, you can PASTE THE QUESTIONNAIRE on your own portfolio.

    stella

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  24. 9-. What do the UK and the Republic of Ireland have in common?

    The UK and the Republic of Ireland have in common that both are members of the European Union.

    Padrón, Lourdes

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  25. 15- Are the British on good terms with the Spanish government concerning Gibraltar?
    No, they are. Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula, and is famous for its rock, its monkeys, and for causing a diplomatic disputation between the UK and Spain. Spain is claiming for its sovereignty.

    Julieta Dattoli

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  26. The complete name of the UK is "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland".
    Valentina Mazas

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  27. 11-Mention at least 5 countries that were part of the Empire.

    Canada
    U.S.A
    India
    New Zeland
    South Africa
    Egypt


    Gabriela Somma

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