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  1. 1. United Kingdom
  2. 2. Countries 1.England- The capital is London. 2.Scotland- The capital is Edinburgh. 3.Wales- The capital is Cardiff. 4.Northern Ireland- The capital is Belfast.
  3. 3. England Is the large country in great Britain and the UK . Sometimes it not good to used in reference to whole united king dome. London is the capital of both England and UK
  4. 4. Scotland Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland . It is the first city in the world which had its own fire brigade.
  5. 5. Wales Cardiff is the political capital and center for business ,education ,sport ,government media
  6. 6. Northern Ireland Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland . It is largest urban area in Northern Ireland
  7. 7. Languages in the United Kingdom
  8. 8. • Angelic • Insular Celtic • Romany • Sign languages
  9. 9. English (as spoken in England) 1. Northern English 2. East Midlands English 3. West Midlands English 4. Southern English
  10. 10. Flags Of United Kingdom
  11. 11. England
  12. 12. Scotland
  13. 13. Wales
  14. 14. Northern Ireland
  15. 15. Climate of the United Kingdom
  16. 16. Spring • Spring is the period from March to May. Spring is generally a calm, cool and dry season, particularly because the Atlantic has lost much of its heat throughout the autumn and winter. However, as the sun rises higher in the sky and the days get longer, temperatures can rise relatively high; thunderstorms and heavy showers can develop occasionally.
  17. 17. Spring Temperatures • Most of Scotland and the mountains of Wales and northern England are the coolest areas of the UK, with average temperatures ranging from -0.6 to 5.8 °C • The southern half of England experiences the warmest spring temperatures of between 8.8 and 10.3 °C
  18. 18. Summer • Summer lasts from June to August and is the hottest season. Summer can often be a dry season, but rainfall totals can have a wide local variation due to localised thunderstorms
  19. 19. Summer Temperatures • summer temperatures seldom go above 30 °C , which happens more frequently in London and the South East than other parts of the country. • Scotland and northern England have the coolest summers (average 12.2 °C to 14.8 °C ) • while Wales and the south-west of England have warmer summers (14.9 °C to 15.4 °C ) • and the south and south-east of England have the warmest summers (15.5 °C to 17.7 °C )
  20. 20. Autumn • Autumn in the United Kingdom lasts from September to November. The season is notorious for being unsettled—as cool polar air moves southwards following the sun, it meets the warm air of the tropics and produces an area of great disturbance along which the country lies
  21. 21. Autumn Temperatures • Coastal areas in the southern half of England have on average the warmest autumns, with mean temperatures of 10.7 to 13.0 °C.Mountainous areas of Wales and northern England, and almost all of Scotland, experience mean temperatures between 1.7 and 7.5 °C.
  22. 22. Winter • Winter in the UK is defined as lasting from December to February. The season is generally cool, wet and windy. • Temperatures at night rarely drop below −10 °C
  23. 23. Winter Temperatures • Mean winter temperatures in the UK are most influenced by proximity to the sea. The coldest areas are the mountains of Wales and northern England, and inland areas of Scotland, averaging -3.6 to 2.3 °C • Coastal areas, particularly those in the south and west, experience the mildest winters, on average 5 to 8.7 °C
  24. 24. Education in UK Abu Bakr EL-Seddik
  25. 25. The education system in the UK is split into "key stages" which breaks down as follows: • Key Stage 1 - 5 to 7 years old • Key Stage 2 - 7 to 11 years old • Key Stage 3 - 11 to 14 years old • Key Stage 4 - 14 to 16 years old Generally key stages 1 and 2 will be undertaken at primary school and at 11 years old a student will move onto secondary school and finish key stages 3 and 4.
  26. 26. Primary Education
  27. 27. Primary Education • Primary education begins in the UK at age 5 and continues until age 11, comprising key stages one and two under the UK educational system
  28. 28. Secondary Education
  29. 29. Secondary Education • From age 11 to 16, students will enter secondary school for key stages three and four
  30. 30. Further Education
  31. 31. Further Education • UK students planning to go to college or university must complete further education.
  32. 32. Higher Education
  33. 33. Higher Education • The last stage in UK levels of Education
  34. 34. UK Government
  35. 35. The legal system: * Two-party ( Labor & Conservative Party) * Indeed, liberal conservative system
  36. 36. The right to vote: • Entitled to vote from 18 years for male and female • Referendum in England a few have not been a referendum only once
  37. 37. Elections: • A hereditary monarchy; • Appointed leader of the majority party in the House of Commons, as prime minister, after the approval of the King & Queen
  38. 38. • And when no party won a majority, the Prime Minister to form a coalition representing the majority, or coalition is not rejected by the majority, at least
  39. 39. Prevail Not Govern
  40. 40. Head of state: Queen Elizabeth II • The dissolution of the House of Commons at the request of the government, "formally" • King's right to appoint the prime minister by the law of the majority • The right to pardon
  41. 41. • Consulted in the case of national or a national issue • Encourages the public works • Warning parliament and the government of the dangers of political and economic nationalism before they occur
  42. 42. The Man Who lead
  43. 43. Head of government: Prime Minister • Representative of the nation and spokesman and constituents to the media • Enjoys wide powers, some customary • Is the First Lord of the Treasury Financial • Appoints members of the Cabinet • Intermediary between the Queen and the Ministry in policy
  44. 44. • Monitors the work of ministries and in particular the work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs • Make foreign policy with the Minister of Foreign Affairs • Chairman of the Defense Committee to defend his ministry before the parliament and the people and the Queen • Nominate Minister recognizes levels
  45. 45. • Presides over the Council of Ministers and arrange the agenda for the Council of Ministers and the Moderator and finish him off and gives the outcome of discussions • Choose decision • Can change the decisions by the majority and could offer tax and lacking in • Can call for new elections at any time
  46. 46. Royal Family Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; born 21 April 1926) Elizabeth met her future husband, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, in 1934 and 1937 After another meeting at the Royal Naval College in Dartmouth in July 1939, Elizabeth – though only 13 years old – fell in love with Philip, and they began to exchange letters They married on 20 November 1947 Queen Elizabeth II
  47. 47. Queen Elizabeth and 12 us presidents
  48. 48. The Queen with President George H. Bush in 1991 The Queen with President Jimmy Carter in 1977 The Queen with President Ronald Reagan in 1982
  49. 49. The Queen with former President Herbert Hoover in 1957The Queen with President John F. Kennedy in The Queen with President Richard Nixon in 1970 The Queen with President Gerald Ford in 1976
  50. 50. The Queen with Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1957 The Queen with Presidents Harry Truman in 1951
  51. 51. Queen Of Hats
  52. 52. Cuisine
  53. 53. Fish and chips • In the United Kingdom, fish and chips became a cheap food popular among the working classes with the rapid development of trawl fishing in the North Sea in the second half of the nineteenth century.In 1860, the first fish and chip shop was opened in London by the Jewish Joseph
  54. 54. David Robert Joseph Beckham, (born 2 May 1975) is an English footballer who currently plays in midfield for Los Angeles Galaxy in Major League Soccer. He is also an established member of the England national team. twice runner-up for FIFA World Player of the Year and in 2004 the world's highest-paid footballer when taking into account salary and advertising deals
  55. 55. Dame Judi Dench Born Judith Olivia Dench on 9th December 1934, Dame Judi has become one of Britain's most well respected and well-loved actresses with an acting career that has spanned more than four decades.