James Cook, a great British navigator

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James Cook,
a great
British
navigator
(1728—1779
)
Всероссийский фестиваль педагогического творчества
(2014/2015 учебный год)
Номинация: педагогические идеи и технологии
Автор: Коротова Наталья Анатольевна
Место выполнения работы: МОАУ «Лицей №1» г.Оренбурга
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Great Britain is proud
of its famous people.
James Cook (1728—
1779), a great British
navigator is among of
them. In 1770 he
discovered the East
Coast of Australia. He
was the first to
investigate Australia
and named a lot of its
mountains and bays.
Let’s try to learn a bit about this
great person and his life. English
Grammar will help us!
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Early years
The British explorer
James Cook was
born in the village of
Marton, Yorkshire,
on 27 October, 1728.
But his family soon
__________ (move)
to another village,
called Great Ayton,
where Cook
__________ (spend)
most of his
childhood
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As a teenager James Cook
_________ (develop) a fascination
for the sea and _________ (travel)
to Whitby where he _______ (find)
employment on a coal ship.
Statue of the young James
Cook. This statue is in the
village of Great Ayton, North
Yorkshire
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While he ___________
(serve) in the Royal Navy
during the Seven Years
War (1756—1763), Cook
________ (have) the
command of a ship.
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When the war ______ (end),
Cook __________ (take)
command of the vessel
Grenville and ________(go)
to Newfoundland to survey
the coasts there.
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While he __________ (map) the coasts of
Newfoundland, he __________ (observe) a solar
eclipse off the North American coast.
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Cook __________ (send) the details to
the Royal Society, England’s leading
scientific organization, and __________
(win) their attention.
Statue of
Captain
James Cook
at Admiralty
Arch,
London
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After Cook _________ (publish) his observation
of the solar eclipse, the Royal Society ________
(ask) him to lead a scientific expedition to Tahiti
and ______ (put) him in command of the HMS
Endeavour.
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The HMS Endeavour
From Tahiti Cook then
_________ (go on) to
explore the South Pacific.
Australia produced coins for the State
of Cook’s Islands to honour the famous
navigator for his research of the coast
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Captain James Cook’s routes through the South-Pacific. The
first voyage is in red, the second in green, and the third in blue
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Having reached uninhabited islands in the midst of the Pacific
Ocean for the first time, James Cook was impressed by a great
number of canoes, both small and big, which came to meet
him.
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James Cook also
_______ (reach)
New Zealand,
which only the
Dutchman Abel
Tasman _______
(visit) before him.
Cook rather precisely marked the coastline on
his map, but he failed to get deep into the
island due to the Maori, the native aborigines
of the island. They met “The Endeavour”
hostile and attacked the travellers.
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After Cook ________
(map) New Zealand’s
complete coastline, he
________ (sail) to
Australia’s east coast.
A travel poster for Australia,
showing Captain Cook landing in
1770, but it had actually been
discovered by a Dutchman Abel
Tasman
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Cook _______
(name) the area
New South Wales
as it ________
(remind) him of
the south coast of
Wales in Great
Britain.
James Cook discovered New South Wales (South-Eastern
Australia) in 1770 and claimed it for Britain
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In 1772, one year
after Cook _______
(return) from his first
voyage to the Pacific,
the Royal Society
______ (hire) him for
another expedition to
find the mythical
Terra Australis.
Captain James Cook of Great Britain, commanding His
Majesty’s Ship Resolution, was on a Pacific voyage
attempting to find the fabled Northwest Passage. It
was never found by them.
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On his journey,
Cook ________
(discover) several
islands and almost
________ (go) as
far as the continent
of Antarctica.
Captain James Cook claimed New South Wales to the
British Crown
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James Cook _________ (make) maps of
the South Pacific and __________ (prove)
that Terra Australis ____________ (not /
exist).
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His third and last
voyage for the
Royal Society
_______ (take)
him to the west
coast of North
America where he
_______ (try) to
find a passage
between the
Atlantic and
Pacific.
Captain James Cook visited the Hawaiian Islands in 1778.
when he came ashore, the people mistook him for one of
their gods. This illustration shows the Hawaiian offering.
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He _________
(not / can/ pass)
the Bering Strait.
However, the ice
________ (force)
him to return to
Hawaii, which he
_________
(discover) earlier.
We don’t know the true reasons why
Captain James Cook was killed. But thanks
to him, life in this part of the world has
changed greatly.
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While he and his crew ________
(rest) in Hawaii, some Hawaiians
________ (steal) one of his
boats.
Johann Zoffany “The Death of
captain James Cook”,
14-February-1779
George Carter “Death of Captain James
Cook”, 1783
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When Cook and his men
___________ (try) to get the boat
from the natives, a violent fight
________ (break out) in which the
natives __________ (stab) James
Cook to death.
The place where Captain
James Cook was killed by
natives in 1779
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Captain James Cook changed the
history of Hawaii when he reached
the bay of Waimea in January
1778 trying to find a passage
between the Atlantic and Pacific.
The monument to a great
navigator James Cook in Hawaii.
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CHECK YOUR ANSWERS:
1. moved
2. spent
3. developed
4. travelled
5. found
6. was serving
7. had
8. ended
9. took
10. went
11. was mapping
12. observed
13. sent
14. won
15. had published
16. asked
17. put
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18.went on
19. reached
20. had visited
21. had mapped
22. sailed
23. named
24. reminded
25. had returned
26. hired
27. discovered
28. went
29. made
30. proved
31. did not exist
32. took
33. tried / was trying
34. could not pass
35. forced
36. had discovered
37. were resting
38. stole
39. tried / were
trying
40. broke out
41. stabbed
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