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Английский язык, И.И. Панова, Е.Б. Карневская, З.Д. Курочкина, Е.А. Мисуно
Решебник по английскому языку 11 класс
Английский язык. Учебное пособие для 11 класса общеобразовательных учреждений с белорусским и русским языками обучения, И.И. Панова, Е.Б. Карневская, З.Д. Курочкина, Е.А. Мисуно. Объем: 192 страниц(ы).
PROJECT 1 WORLD HERITAGE SITES
1. Выберите один объект Всемирного Наследия из любой страны. Используйте информацию из дополнительных источников и Интернета, если это необходимо. Опишите, где находится этот объект, когда и почему он был включен в списки Всемирного Наследия, чем он знаменит, как он выглядит. Сделайте постер, рекламирующий его.

2. Представьте информацию в письменном виде.

3. Сделайте доклад перед классом. Выберите самый лучший проект.

Kew Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, usually referred to simply as Kew Gardens, are 121 hectares of gardens and botanical glasshouses between Richmond and Kew in southwest London, England. It is an internationally important botanical research and education institution with 700 staff and an income of £56 million for the year ended 31 March 2008, as well as a visitor attraction receiving almost 2 million visits in that year. Created in 1759, the gardens celebrated their 250th anniversary in 2009. In July 2003, the gardens were put on the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The Kew herbarium is one of the largest in the world with approximately 7 million specimens used primarily fortaxonomic study. The herbarium is rich in types for all regions of the world, especially the tropics. Despite unfavourable growing conditions (atmospheric pollution from London, dry soils and low rainfall) Kew remains one of the most comprehensive plant collections in Britain. The library and archives at Kew are one of the world's largest botanical collections, with over half a million items, including books, botanical illustrations, photographs, letters and manuscripts, periodicals, and maps. Kew gardens are popular destination of sightseeing. Among the most popular attractions are Alpine house (which features a set of automatically operated blinds that prevent it overheating when the sun is too hot for the plants together with a system that blows a continuous stream of cool air over the plants), Kew Palace (the smallest of the British royal palaces), the Nash Conservatory (it currently houses an exhibition related to rainforests), the Orangery (after many changes of use, it is currently used as a cafe), Princess of Wales conservatory (which houses ten computer-controlled micro-climatic zones, with the bulk of the greenhouse volume composed of Dry Tropics and Wet Tropics plants), Temperature House (the world's largest surviving Victorian glass structure; it contains plants and trees from all the temperate regions of the world), Waterlily House (the water lily house is the hottest and most humid of the houses at Kew and contains a large pond with varieties of waterlily, surrounded by a display of economically important heat-loving plants) and many other.
Решебник Английский язык, И.И. Панова, Е.Б. Карневская, З.Д. Курочкина, Е.А. Мисуно